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accepted How does sucrose protect bacterial cells in lysozyme solutions?
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awarded  Editor
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revised How does sucrose protect bacterial cells in lysozyme solutions?
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Jul
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comment How does sucrose protect bacterial cells in lysozyme solutions?
I beg your pardon. What I actually meant to say was plasmolysys, I always mistake those 2 words.
Jul
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comment How does sucrose protect bacterial cells in lysozyme solutions?
Gram positive, Bacillus megaterium.
Jul
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asked How does sucrose protect bacterial cells in lysozyme solutions?
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comment Why do we squint when tasting very sour things?
No, actually this particular question was brought during biology lessons a few years ago and I just remember my teacher's explanation.
Jul
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answered Why do we squint when tasting very sour things?
Jul
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comment How does ubiquitin recognize misfolded proteins?
youtube.com/watch?v=hvNJ3yWZQbE I think this video explains the ubiquitin system very well.
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
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accepted What is the exact principle of capillary isotachophoresis?
Jun
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comment Why not use Cu(OH)2 as a dye for protein electrophoresis?
May be the OH-group changes the summational charge of the protein (which is very important for the separation), as by adding the compound, we change pH. Still, copper is used in electrophoresis, but as CuCl2. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2449094
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awarded  Student
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asked What is the exact principle of capillary isotachophoresis?
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answered Can humans' ability to dive with only breathing modifications tell us anything about our evolution?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
23
answered Can breathing in helium (from balloons for example) cause damage to the throat in the long term?