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New: Molecular Size Analysis of Recombinant Importin-histone Complexes Using Analytical Ultracentrifugation http://bio-protocol.org/e3625 Does not use any reporter tags or interaction with column resin thereby analyzing the interactions of the native proteins.
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New: Bacterial Lawn Avoidance and Bacterial Two Choice Preference Assays in Caenorhabditis elegans http://bio-protocol.org/e3623 These assays can be used in discovering various mechanisms of host learning that result in the avoidance of pathogens.
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New: Evaluation of the Efficiency of Genome Editing Tools by a Frameshift Fluorescence Protein Reporter http://bio-protocol.org/e3622 This #method can be adapted to optimize the genome-editing enzyme or the other components of the machinery. #cancer @umiamimedicine @umiamihealth
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