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revised Accuracy of genome size estimation by flow cytometry
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comment Accuracy of genome size estimation by flow cytometry
Could you please edit your question and provide information on how exactly the genome size was determined by flow cytometry?
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comment Is there a database containing sequences of human cell lines?
Thank you, I found this one already. Is this the only one?
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asked Is there a database containing sequences of human cell lines?
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asked Material on the analysis of (micro)array data
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answered Species Identification - small insect: is this a bed bug?
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comment Preparation of normal DNA polymerase
I think it would be easier to use heterologuous expression of a tagged protein, e.g., a His-tag. You could then easily extract that protein from the lysates using a Ni-column. There are many more tags available, but the His-tag is the most common one.
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comment How can we distinguish blended flavors?
We can distinguish these five tastes, but smell many more. The nose takes a big part in the tasting process, this is why lemon tastes like lemon, and not just sour.
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comment Are human males and females more genetically different than members of other species?
Similar in the sense of interindividual differences in the genotype. If we were identical, we'd be clones.
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answered Are human males and females more genetically different than members of other species?
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revised E. coli, risk of infection?
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answered E. coli, risk of infection?
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comment E. coli, risk of infection?
You will know shortly. ;-)