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Postby zhuyun321456 » Thu Apr 07, 2005 6:20 pm

Hi everyone ,
I major in biology in NSYSU in TAiwan. My English is not very good, so i couldn't express my meanings very well. I just do my best.
Have anyone known "antiswitch"?!
How do you think about it ?
How to apply ?

Thanks .. :D
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Postby mith » Thu Apr 07, 2005 8:26 pm

Are you talking about protein switches? If so, I think the antiswitch you're referring to might be an "off" switch..
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Postby Chris4 » Fri Apr 08, 2005 8:19 am

The protein switches is the only antiswitches i can think about, but could it some sort of amazing university/college. How to apply? :shock: :? Unless he wants to apply a switch to something??
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Postby zhuyun321456 » Sat Apr 09, 2005 3:44 pm

The 'antiswitch' which i talked about is one kind of aptamers. The 'antiswitch' were designed by Ph.D Christina D Smolke and her colleagues. This paper has be published in Nature Biotechnology Vol 23 march 2005. A few days ago , i have studied that, and felt funny. I have got some ideas from it. One of those is that we can maintain a particular expression level by the antiswitchs. But i do not know whether it can realize .

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