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Serial Immunoprecipitation of 3xFLAG/V5-tagged Yeast Proteins to Identify Specific Interactions with Chaperone Proteins.Academic Article Why?
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Glick, BenjaminPerson Why?
A cis-acting element that directs the activity of the murine methylation modifier locus Ssm1.Academic Article Why?
A Rab4-like GTPase in Dictyostelium discoideum colocalizes with V-H(+)-ATPases in reticular membranes of the contractile vacuole complex and in lysosomes.Academic Article Why?
A TET homologue protein from Coprinopsis cinerea (CcTET) that biochemically converts 5-methylcytosine to 5-hydroxymethylcytosine, 5-formylcytosine, and 5-carboxylcytosine.Academic Article Why?
An unexpected link between the secretory path and the organization of the nucleus.Academic Article Why?
Architecture of the fungal nuclear pore inner ring complex.Academic Article Why?
Bioreactor-scale cell performance and protein production can be substantially increased by using a secretion signal that drives co-translational translocation in Pichia pastoris.Academic Article Why?
Characterization of a gene controlling heterocyst differentiation in the cyanobacterium Anabaena 7120.Academic Article Why?
Cloning and disruption of the gene encoding yeast mitochondrial chaperonin 10, the homolog of E. coli groES.Academic Article Why?
Comparative methods for the analysis of gene-expression evolution: an example using yeast functional genomic data.Academic Article Why?
Crystal structure of the Varkud satellite ribozyme.Academic Article Why?
Diverse pathways generate microRNA-like RNAs and Dicer-independent small interfering RNAs in fungi.Academic Article Why?
Dynamic copper(I) imaging in mammalian cells with a genetically encoded fluorescent copper(I) sensor.Academic Article Why?
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