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RAJESHBCH
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Topic Started by RAJESHBCH
on 8/2/2007 2:27 AM   
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HI I WANT TO PREPATE SAMLE OF YEAST CELLS FOR SCANNNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY AND FOR THE FLOURESCCENT MICROSCOPY. PLEASE HELP ME IN THIS MATTER.


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gsovak
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on 8/7/2007 11:17 AM   
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Hi,
Sorry for the delay,
Look at this link I think you would find the answer here:
http://www.scientistsolutions.com/index.php?a=protocol&c=431&p=122
If it is still not helping I will ask arround for yeast.
Guy



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