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Duke University researchers have devised a method to dry and preserve proteins in a glassified form that seems to retain the molecules' properties as workhorses of biology.
New approach reduces number of routines needed to detect erythropoietins.
An insight from the labs of Harvard chemist George Whitesides and cell biologist Don Ingber is likely to make a fundamental shift in how biologists grow and study cells â€“ and it's as cheap and simple as reaching for a paper towel.
Many proteins do not function by themselves as stand-alone units. Instead, multiple proteins associate to form larger structures called protein complexes.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/22c38b/condensed_protocol) has announced the addition of the "Condensed Protocols from Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual" report to their offering.
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