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Apr
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revised Resources for a practical guide to bacterial identification per human specimen
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comment Resources for a practical guide to bacterial identification per human specimen
I don't see the point, but this is a simple recommendation question for people in the field, the text I am aware of is mentioned in point no. 6, but I am willing to know whether similar texts do exist.
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revised Resources for a practical guide to bacterial identification per human specimen
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comment Resources for a practical guide to bacterial identification per human specimen
why this was down voted? any explanation?
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revised Resources for a practical guide to bacterial identification per human specimen
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asked How to automate this custom gene expression microarray chip?
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May
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comment What is the suitable terminology to describe this study approach?
it isn't a microarray, it is a 96-well based gene expression analysis using real-time quantitative PCR (sample maximization approach, not gene-maximization). Unfortunately, I am not aware of any paper that did the same thing.
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asked What is the suitable terminology to describe this study approach?
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May
20
comment How to use mechanical microstrainer to extract tissue proteins from human?
@shigeta, it is some sort of milli-pore filter that would disrupt tissue by vortexing. I have never used it, here you can find a reference that used it.
May
18
revised How to use mechanical microstrainer to extract tissue proteins from human?
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asked How to use mechanical microstrainer to extract tissue proteins from human?
May
13
revised What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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revised What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
technical notes
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revised What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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