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Degraded

Degraded

1. Reduced in rank, character, or reputation; debased; sunken; low; base. The Netherlands . . . Were reduced practically to a very degraded condition. (Motley)

2. (Science: biology) Having the typical characters or organs in a partially developed condition, or lacking certain parts. Some families of plants are degraded dicotyledons. (Dana)

3. [Cf. F. Degre step.

Having steps; said of a cross each of whose extremities finishes in steps growing larger as they leave the center; termed also on degrees.


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Basic Knowledge about DNA Extraction

... capsids and the using of a detergent such as SDS is viable to remove lipid membranes. Besides, DNA associated with other cellular proteins can be degraded with the addition of a protease. What’s more, the precipitation of a protein can be achieved by adding salt such as ammonium or sodium acetate. ...

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by 2444256703
Thu Jan 22, 2015 8:56 am
 
Forum: Genetics
Topic: Basic Knowledge about DNA Extraction
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well, since they give only round hundreds, they are not interested in partiall pathways (like if half of the pyruvate was degraded before it was stopped due to lack of NAD+ and FAD:) Glycolysis will definitelly take part. Probably also the pyruvate decarboxylation. However, the TCA ...

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by caters
Mon Feb 03, 2014 4:37 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: ATP produced by human cells in an anaerobic chamber. LOST!
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qPCR vs Northern Blot

Are your primers designed to bind on two different exons? @jonmoulton: if it was just partially degraded, there would be change in size of the bound RNA

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by JackBean
Mon Nov 11, 2013 1:28 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: qPCR vs Northern Blot
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ATP produced by human cells in an anaerobic chamber. LOST!

well, since they give only round hundreds, they are not interested in partiall pathways (like if half of the pyruvate was degraded before it was stopped due to lack of NAD+ and FAD:) Glycolysis will definitelly take part. Probably also the pyruvate decarboxylation. However, the TCA ...

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by JackBean
Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:18 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: ATP produced by human cells in an anaerobic chamber. LOST!
Replies: 2
Views: 6235

PCR not consistent

... what is it? genomic DNA, plasmid,...? Are you sure that you are always using the same concentration and that the template quality is good and not degraded? and what kind of enzyme do you use?

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by cathbr
Tue Jun 18, 2013 4:59 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: PCR not consistent
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Views: 2446
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