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single-cell protein


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single-cell protein

protein, single-cell

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single-cell protein

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Protein cell surface display in Gram-positive bacteria: from single protein to macromolecular protein structure

Replication protein A and more: single-stranded DNA-binding proteins in eukaryotic cells

Quantitative single cell monitoring of protein synthesis at subcellular resolution using fluorescently labeled tRNA

Analysis of alternative splicing of cassette exons at single-cell level using two fluorescent proteins

Quantification of DNA-associated proteins inside eukaryotic cells using single-molecule localization microscopy

Dicodon monitoring of protein synthesis (DiCoMPS) reveals levels of synthesis of a viral protein in single cells

Single step generation of protein arrays from DNA by cell-free expression and in situ immobilisation (PISA method)

Replication protein A prevents accumulation of single-stranded telomeric DNA in cells that use alternative lengthening of telomeres

Genome-wide single-cell-level screen for protein abundance and localization changes in response to DNA damage in S. cerevisiae

A lentiviral vector encoding two fluorescent proteins enables imaging of adenoviral infection via adenovirus-encoded miRNAs in single living cells

c-Myc gene single-strand binding protein-1, MSSP-1, suppresses transcription of α-smooth muscle actin gene in chicken visceral smooth muscle cells

Broad Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)–Specific T Cell Responses to Conserved HIV Proteins in HIV-Seronegative Women Highly Exposed to a Single HIV-Infected Partner

 

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(SCP)

Protein produced by microorganisms, such as bacteria, yeasts, and unicellular algae, that is extracted for use as a component of human and animal foods.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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