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1. (Science: geology) broken and detached fragments, taken collectively; especially, fragments detached from a rock or mountain, and piled up at the base.

2. Rubbish, especially such as results from the destruction of anything; remains; ruins.

Origin: f, fr. Pref. De- (L. Dis) _ briser to break, shatter; perh. Of Celtic origin.

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TCA preipitation

You will get soluble part, precipitated proteins and cell debris, i.e. insoluble polysaccharides and stuff. However, I would first care how to get it into solution.

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by JackBean
Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:07 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: TCA preipitation
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Views: 3121

Re: Bacteriophages and Acne?

Propionibacteria are Gram postive - so no classic endotoxin (LPS) tho' debris could still be a concern. But assuming topical application, this may be less of a worry. Bacteriophage therapy also suffers from host rimmune response to the phage itself, and those ...

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by JorgeLobo
Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:59 pm
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Bacteriophages and Acne?
Replies: 9
Views: 15413

Phosphate bioavailability in soil

... botanical forums that nettles have a high phosphate demand and grow well in proximity of rubble. I have hoed and cleaned well the soil of all debris. (including rubble) the garden looked a bit like a land fill after years and years of being neglected. I know I could simply by some weed killer ...

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by BruceWayne
Fri Mar 23, 2012 12:52 am
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: Phosphate bioavailability in soil
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Views: 6746

How to extract lactic acid bacteria without nutrient broth?

... then take the liquid and plate it. Crushing the nattos is not a good idea, since the bacteria should be mainly on top and you've had to remove the debris, so you would rather loose. The liquid should be something that the bacteria will like. Small aliquot of your media (w/o agar of course) would ...

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by JackBean
Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:58 am
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: How to extract lactic acid bacteria without nutrient broth?
Replies: 11
Views: 6377

Protoplast Isolation

... that there are perhaps, but i am unsure, a few protoplasts, maybe 3-4. Although, they do seem burst. There what appears to be quite a bit of debris on occasion as well. <-- This is the 6th time performing the experiment. I hope this is enough information for you to try and make an educated ...

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by ev350
Thu Sep 08, 2011 8:23 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Protoplast Isolation
Replies: 2
Views: 6817
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