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Acidophile

Acidophile

(Science: microbiology) describes any microorganism that can or must live in an acidic environment (ph below 6).


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Heterologous expression of Archaeal genes,

Hi, I am interested in the Heterologous expression of an Archaeal gene from a sulfolobus/metallosphaera like species. The organism is a thermo acidophile. Has anyone had any luck using a vendor for archaea or can someone recommend a service. Promab is one company I am considering. They charge ...

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by koze99
Thu Mar 27, 2008 1:51 am
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Heterologous expression of Archaeal genes,
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