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New #protocol from Fang-Yu Hwu and @MParniske @LMU_Muenchen , Maintenance and Quantitative Phenotyping of the Oomycete-plant Model Pathosystem Hyaloperonospora arabidopsidis–Arabidopsis http://bio-protocol.org/e3661 #plantsci @PLOSPathogens
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New: Genomic Edition of Ashbya gossypii Using One-vector CRISPR/Cas9 http://bio-protocol.org/e3660 This CRISPR/Cas9 system will help with the rapid expansion of precise and efficient genomic editing strategies for this microorganism with industrial interest. #microbiology
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New: Quantitative Nucleocytoplasmic Transport Assays in Cellular Models of Neurodegeneration http://bio-protocol.org/e3659 Allows measuring an active nucleocytoplasmic transport pathway in intact cells in a neurodegenerative disease-associated context. @KU_Leuven @SciReports
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