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Apr
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asked Neutralizing TCA washes
Apr
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comment Quantum mechanics in biology
Don't forget about deuteriating drugs!
Apr
7
revised When collecting cell lysates for a Western blot, how do I induce di-sulfide bonds?
improved summary. Reeditted for the OP's question.
Apr
7
accepted How long does it take to stain cells?
Apr
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asked How long does it take to stain cells?
Apr
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answered When collecting cell lysates for a Western blot, how do I induce di-sulfide bonds?
Apr
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asked What temperature should mammalian B-Cells be stored at outside of the incubator?
Apr
6
comment How do Proteins migrate in MES vs. MOPS
@leonardo. I feel that you're correct. Now that I'm looking at the chemical structure, I'm surprised that the single carbon difference creates that much difference in the pKa. However, if one is running a gel at the suggested pH for the buffers, the charge ratio should be the same.
Apr
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revised Are cells really the basic unit of all life?
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Apr
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comment Are cells really the basic unit of all life?
Now that I've actually sat down and thought about it, this definition does fit; +1. H2O can't be life since it doesn't add any variation to itself.
Apr
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comment Are cells really the basic unit of all life?
@nico, CHM, Preece. You guys better be satisfied.
Apr
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revised Are cells really the basic unit of all life?
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Apr
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revised How do SDS-PAGE gels differ in a Bis-Tris system vs. a Tris-Glycine system?
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revised How do Proteins migrate in MES vs. MOPS
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Apr
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comment Are cells really the basic unit of all life?
@Preece Gerry Joyce.
Apr
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asked How do Proteins migrate in MES vs. MOPS
Apr
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asked How do SDS-PAGE gels differ in a Bis-Tris system vs. a Tris-Glycine system?
Apr
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comment Are cells really the basic unit of all life?
@CHM intriguing. I guess we have to start considering the battle against entropy.
Apr
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comment Are cells really the basic unit of all life?
@nico, I think I have pointed out that viruses do not qualify under the above definition. Likewise as mentioned in biology.stackexchange.com/a/96/389, prions are dependent on host factors. Citations will come after I finish my experiments.
Apr
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answered Are cells really the basic unit of all life?