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ZYMOLASE Or LYTICASE, FOR mitochondria isolation

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Old 10-04-2006, 03:31 PM
lijo john IGIB
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Default ZYMOLASE Or LYTICASE, FOR mitochondria isolation



Hi all

I need to isolate mitochondria from yeast cells, so what
should i use for spheroplast prepration,
ZYMOLASE OR LYTICSE .



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LIJO JOHN
Functional Genomics Unit
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DELHI - 110007
INDIA

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