SOPs

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SOP for measurement of ENO activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of HK activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of PFK activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of LDH activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of PGK activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of PK activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of PGM activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of PGI activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of PGM activity in extracts.

SOP for measurement of TPI activity in extracts.

SOP for the isolation of intact Plasmodium falciparum trophozoites from infected red blood cells and the preparation of a cell free extract that can be used for kinetic analyses.

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Creator: Theresa Kouril

Submitter: Theresa Kouril

This method describes how to derivatize the N-glutathionylspermidine and trypanothione produced by T. brucei trypanothione synthetase under in vivo-like conditions

Isolation of total RNA from Bacillus Subtilis using phenol-chloroform extraction method by maintaining cryogenec conditions initailly to prevent RNA degradation. Quality of the obtained RNA is then tested with Agilent Bioanalyser before proceeding for gene expression analysis.

An overview of creating MAGE-TAB compliant spreadsheets for transcriptomics data in SysMO SEEK

The procedure describes the preparation of fluorescent DNA probes from human mRNA or total RNA.

Creator: Olga Krebs

Submitter: Olga Krebs

This is a protocol for determining the activity of the T. brucei Trypanothione synthetase under in vivo-like conditions.

This method describes the preparation of the in vivo-like buffer for the measurement of bloodstream T. brucei recombinant enzymes under pseudo-physiological conditions.

Preparation of cell free extracts of the recombinant E. coli strains expressing the gluconeogenic S. solfataricus enzymes.

Cloning and heterologous expression of gluconeogenic enzymes from S. solfataricus in E. coli

Purification of gluconeogenic enzymes from S. solfataricus in recombinant E.coli extracts

This assay uses a dual-wavelength spectrophotometer to quantify cytochromes present in the E. coli respiratory chain.

This is a well-established, classical genetic method of constructing chromosomal monolysogenic fusions to a promoterless lacZ gene.

The phosphorylation level of a particular protein can be determined using a procedure based upon western immunoblotting, with Phos-tag™ reagent present in the SDS-PAGE gel. The Phos-tag™ reagent, supplied in the form of Phos-tag™ acrylamide (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, AAL-107), causes proteins to be resolved both on the basis of size and phosphorylation state. This means that phosphorylated and de-phosphorylated forms of the same protein can be distinguished.

The Gene-doctoring method of lambda-red deletion (Lee et al., 2009) was modified slightly to create chromosomal mutations of fnr.

Creator: Matthew Rolfe

Submitter: Matthew Rolfe

This method describes how one can quench metabolism of Escherichia coli and extract metabolites from many kinds of metabolite classes like: nucleotides, sugar-phosphates, organic acids ....

Labelling and extraction procedure for uniformly 13C-labelled E. coli (MG1655) for absolute quantification using isotope dilution technique by LC-MS

Sample preparation procedure for metabolic footprint analysis on T. b. brucei 427 using LC/MS

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Creator: Federico Rojas

Submitter: Federico Rojas

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