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* a heterocyclic base-labile group (NHC?)
* a heterocyclic base-labile group (NHC?)
* [[IPTG]] inducible promoter: DNA lambda prophage induction (Transformation or mutation from lytic lacZ-repressed state to lysogenic!)
* [[IPTG]] inducible promoter: DNA lambda prophage induction (Transformation or mutation from lytic lacZ-repressed state to lysogenic!)
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** in that case a matching E. coli genotype is "HB101 lacIq, lacY+" (ie [http://partsregistry.org/Part:BBa_V1003 laclq])
==== References ====
==== References ====
* [https://www.openwetware.org/wiki/TE TE]
* [https://www.openwetware.org/wiki/TE TE]

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Contents

Measuring the amplitude of the synthetic reagent lysis TE buffer on NMDA receptor

  • Date: 2012/12/03 10:29 AM EDT
  • Organism: E. coli (K-12 substr.)
  • Strain: MG1655(?)

Hypothesis

Amine protection groups (piperidine based) undergo chiral nucleophilic substitution on Histidine based autophosphorylation.

Experiment

Material

  • 1 x 10ml TE = TAE -> 10x buffer (Tris-HCl) (see [TE]

Expected results

  • Amine protection groups = piperidine derived compound (NH2 undergo nucleophilic substitution on Histidine based autophosphorylation)
  • a heterocyclic base-labile group (NHC?)
  • IPTG inducible promoter: DNA lambda prophage induction (Transformation or mutation from lytic lacZ-repressed state to lysogenic!)
    • in that case a matching E. coli genotype is "HB101 lacIq, lacY+" (ie laclq)

References

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