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New: Co-immunostaining of ICAM-1, ICAM-2, and CD31 in Mouse Kidney Glomeruli http://bio-protocol.org/e3663 This #protocol describes a mild kidney fixation method for preserving tissue architecture and Ab-binding antigenic epitopes. #immunology @MedicineUVA @J_Immunol
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New: Identification of Buffer Conditions for Optimal Thermostability and Solubility of Herpesviral Protein UL37 Using the Thermofluor Assay http://bio-protocol.org/e3662 It describes the use of the Thermofluor assay with a custom 24-condition screen @TuftsUniversity @JCellBiol
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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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