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Old 12-05-2011, 08:04 PM
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hello everyone,

i am trying to study p-bodies in S.cerevisiae. we have used a plasmid that express the Edc3 protein fused with m-cherry but i am not sure that we really watch p-bodies, because i can only see one big foci. Can anyone help me?

thank you in advance
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