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This #protocol describes a straightforward 3D organoid system to study lactation and involution ex vivo. http://bio-protocol.org/e3996 #cancer #protocol
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In the cover of the latest issue, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) detection in the meristematic region of Lolium perenne 7-d-old seedlings inoculated with mutant E. festucae, from http://bio-protocol.org/e4013. More from the lates issue Rightwards arrow https://bit.ly/3vJPbFA
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A cost-effective, reproducible, and scalable #protocol for implementing HEK293 cell cultures in suspension (suitable for commercially available HEK293 cells, HEK293-F) for high-quantity recombinant production of secreted soluble multi-domain proteins. http://bio-protocol.org/e3998
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