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New: Protocol for Peptide Synthesis on Spectrally Encoded Beads for MRBLE-pep Assays http://bio-protocol.org/e3669 This approach reduces the amount of protein and peptide needed and time required to measure protein-peptide affinities compared to traditional #methods. @Stanford @eLife
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New: Observing Nutrient Gradients, Gene Expression and Growth Variation Using the "Yeast Machine" Microfluidic Device http://bio-protocol.org/e3668 @CVulin @p_R100 and colleagues share a microfluidic device for inferring metabolic landscapes in monolayer colonies #microbiology @eLife
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New: In vivo Mouse Mammary Gland Formation http://bio-protocol.org/e3667 This #protocok includes instructions for preparing “cleared” recipients and mammary cells for implantation, the surgery process, and how to assess the experimental results. #stemcells @jbiolchem
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