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    Flow Cytometry-based Measurement of Reactive Oxygen Species in Cyanobacteria
    Authors:  Soumila Mondal and Shailendra P. Singh, date: 05/20/2022, view: 57, Q&A: 0

    Cyanobacteria are Gram-negative oxygen-producing photosynthetic bacteria that are useful in the pharmaceutical and biofuel industries. Monitoring of oxidative stress under fluctuating environmental conditions is important for determining the

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    Purification of the Bacterial Amyloid “Curli” from Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium and Detection of Curli from Infected Host Tissues

    Microbiologists are learning to appreciate the importance of “functional amyloids” that are produced by numerous bacterial species and have impacts beyond the microbial world. These structures are used by bacteria to link together,

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    A Molecular Cloning and Sanger Sequencing-based Protocol for Detecting Site-specific DNA Methylation
    Authors:  Wei Guo, Anthony Cannon and Damon Lisch, date: 05/05/2022, view: 493, Q&A: 0

    DNA methylation is a conserved chemical modification, by which methyl groups are added to the cytosine of DNA molecules. Methylation can influence gene expression without changing the sequence of a particular gene. This epigenetic effect is an

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    Expression, Purification, and in vitro Enzyme Activity Assay of a Recombinant Aldehyde Dehydrogenase from Thermus thermophilus, using an Escherichia coli host
    Authors:  Kim Shortall, Edmond Magner and Tewfik Soulimane, date: 05/05/2022, view: 565, Q&A: 0

    Based on previous in-depth characterisation, aldehyde dehydrogenases (ALDH) are a diverse superfamily of enzymes, in terms of both structure and function, present in all kingdoms of life. They catalyse the oxidation of an aldehyde to carboxylic acid

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    Ex vivo Human Skin Infection with Herpes Simplex Virus 1
    Authors:  Nydia C. De La Cruz, Maureen Möckel, Lisa Wirtz and Dagmar Knebel-Mörsdorf, date: 05/05/2022, view: 335, Q&A: 0

    Although herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) is a well-studied virus, how the virus invades its human host via skin and mucosa to reach its receptors and initiate infection remains an open question. For studies of HSV-1 infection in skin, mice have been

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    Bacterial Growth Curve Measurements with a Multimode Microplate Reader
    Authors:  Ariel T. Rogers, Kaitlin R. Bullard, Akash C. Dod and Yong Wang, date: 05/05/2022, view: 668, Q&A: 0

    Bacterial studies based on growth curves are common in microbiology and related fields. Compared to the standard photometer and cuvette based protocols, bacterial growth curve measurements with microplate readers provide better temporal resolution,

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    Method for Analysing Protein Structure of SARS-COV-2 M Protein for Possible Clues Regarding Virion Stability, Longevity and Transmission
    Authors:  Saam Hasan and Muhammad Maqsud Hossain, date: 05/05/2022, view: 53, Q&A: 0

    The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 or SARS-CoV-2 has been the causative agent behind the 2020 global pandemic. With the numbers infected rising well above a 2.7 million and confirmed deaths above 122,000 as of 25th April 2020, it

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    Production of Recombinant Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and Detection of HBV in Infected Human Liver Organoids
    Authors:  Tanvir Hossain, Shahla Romal and Tokameh Mahmoudi, date: 04/20/2022, view: 409, Q&A: 0

    The absence of long term, primary untransformed in vitro models that support hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection and replication have hampered HBV pre-clinical research, which was reflected in the absence of a curative therapy until recently. One of

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    Marker Genes (16S and ITS) Protocol for Plant Microbiome Analyses
    Author:  Geoff Zahn, date: 04/20/2022, view: 195, Q&A: 0

    Many research questions in plant science depend on surveys of the plant microbiome. When the questions depend on answering "who is there" rather than "what are they doing," the most cost-effective method for interrogating microbiomes is often via

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    Tracking the Reversed Oxidative Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle in Bacteria

    Different pathways for autotrophic CO2 fixation can be recognized by the presence of genes for their specific key enzymes. On this basis, (meta)genomic, (meta)transcriptomic, or (meta)proteomic analysis enables the identification of the role of an

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