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Main page at NCBI for the salmon genome. Contains download links to annotation GFF, genome sequence FASTA, etc.

Creator: Jon Olav Vik

Contributor: Jon Olav Vik

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Creators: Jay Moore, David Hodgson

Contributor: Jay Moore

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Creators: Jay Moore, David Hodgson

Contributor: Jay Moore

after shankra, saving the images that could not be analysed earlier.
here they are simply treated by imagej change in brightness/contrast.
the same can also be done with imagemagic.

Creator: Antoine Buetti-Dinh

Contributor: Antoine Buetti-Dinh

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Creators: Ron Henkel, Dagmar Waltemath

Contributor: Ron Henkel

This report gives an overview of the sessions and outcomes from the recent SEEK Users meeting in Berlin.
Please see related 'Presentation' entries for related slides and supplementary material.

Creator: Katy Wolstencroft

Contributor: Katy Wolstencroft

This .csv file contains growth parameters measured from chemostat runs of the Sheffield Infors chemostats. The runs were carried out for acetate calibration purposes and for sampling for the steady-state transcriptional profiles.

Columns:
Date
O2_input (% total)
Aerobiosis level (%AAU)
OD600
Redox (mV)
pO2 (μM)
DCW (g/L)
Viable cell counts (CFU/ml)
RespRate (mmol/h/gDCW)
RespRate STDEV
[Acetate] (mM)
Qacet (mmoles/h/gDCW)

Creator: Matthew Rolfe

Contributor: JERM

This .pdf file shows a graphical representation of the physiological measurements from the Sheffield Infors chemostat which were made during acetate calibration and also when sampling for the steady-state transcriptional profiles.

Creator: Matthew Rolfe

Contributor: JERM

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Creator: Matthew Rolfe

Contributor: JERM

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Creator: Matthew Rolfe

Contributor: JERM

Simulation results of experimental data of the reconstituted gluconeogenic system

Creators: Jacky Snoep, Theresa Kouril

Contributor: Jacky Snoep

The file contains simulated data of the electron transport chain model (EcoliETC1) for varying parameter values, i.e. a local sensitivity analysis.

Creator: Sebastian Henkel

Contributor: JERM

See Figure 2 caption.

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

See Figure 2 caption

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

See Figure 2 caption.

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

See Figure 2 caption.

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

See Figure 2 caption.

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

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Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

See Figure 2 caption.

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

See Figure 2 caption.

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

See 'Figure 3 legend' and 'Materials and methods - Time course experiments, cell lysis and quantitative immunoblotting' for details.

Creators: Dawie Van Niekerk, Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Dawie Van Niekerk

Transcriptional profiles of steady-state chemostat cultures were measured at a range of oxygen levels using microarrays. Oxygen levels were defined by the aerobiosis scale of Alexeeva et al. (2002).

Creator: Matthew Rolfe

Contributor: Matthew Rolfe

The stressosome is composed of three proteins that assemble in the form of an icosahedron. Icosahedra can be modelled in different ways with different abstraction levels regarding the original stressosome structure. The pdf-figure introduces geometric modelling of the stressosome using origami and particle dynamics simulations.

Creator: Ulf Liebal

Contributor: Ulf Liebal

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Creator: Franco Du Preez

Contributor: Franco Du Preez

The file contains complete agenda of the SEEK users meeting , 26-27 March 2012 in Berlin

Creator: Olga Krebs

Contributor: Olga Krebs

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