Hopefully this subject is not as hard as it looks right now. --z3254934 05:46, 10 March 2010 (UTC)
I am sure it won't be! --Mark Hill 07:21, 10 March 2010 (UTC)
Q1.BMC cell biology, public library and Journal of cell biology--Shoahaib Karimi 05:27, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
i was here on this day--Shoahaib Karimi 05:51, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
Q2.The question of the of the nucleus having the Euchromatin which is rich in dense RNA, DNA and protein. The heterochromatin which is found in eukaryotes with a nuclei or prokaryotes.--Shoahaib Karimi 06:53, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
i was here on this day too.--Shoahaib Karimi 06:13, 24 March 2010 (UTC)
Q3. How do we know the hazards associated with research chemicals? By using the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) it has the following 1.product name, 2.chemical and generic of ingredients 3. chemical and physical properties 4. health hazard information 5. precautions for safe use and handling 6. the manufacturer's name, Australian address and telephone number.
Q4. Identify a commercial protein antibody for adhesion proteins. it is here http://www.scbt.com/datasheet-8144-occludin-c-19-antibody.html It is generated in the goat and it is polyclonal and i have confirmed it is an adhesion protein, Occludin is a 65-kDa (504-amino acid polypeptide) integral plasma-membrane protein located specifically at tight junctions(referenced from wiki).
Occludin shRNA Plasmid (h) sc-36117-SH 20 µg $495, this is really expensive for .02ml!
I was here on the 14th --Shoahaib Karimi 06:52, 14 April 2010 (UTC)
i was here today--Shoahaib Karimi 08:00, 21 April 2010 (UTC)
i was here--Shoahaib Karimi 06:54, 28 April 2010 (UTC)
Air: Lowest magnification but no cleaning necessary as no equipment needed.
Water: Allows the view of living cells as cells made up of water, little cleaning just dry water.
Oil: Allows best viewing but requires cleaning of oil, removes disruption of air/dust between objective and specimen.
i was here --Shoahaib Karimi 06:13, 5 May 2010 (UTC)
I dont believe you --Darren Dizon 06:24, 5 May 2010 (UTC) (darren)
I actually was here on lab 9 microarray--Shoahaib Karimi 04:25, 18 May 2010 (UTC)
Lab question microarray and pcr
What is the technological bottleneck common to all next generation sequencing (NGS) platforms?
The bottleneck faced by all NGS platforms is there’s so much information been produced that scientists time and resources (cash) is spent trying to organise it, that’s why there bio-informatics graduates who organise all the data which is very mundane. This is difficult as they have to make sense of all the enormous data to scientists who have to make sense to everyone else so it can actually benefit someone.