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Chem Impex International torula yeast ribosomal rna
Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate <t>(LA–GML,</t> 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal <t>RNA</t> in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.
Torula Yeast Ribosomal Rna, supplied by Chem Impex International, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 2 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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1) Product Images from "Amphiphilic Compounds Assemble into Membranous Vesicles in Hydrothermal Hot Spring Water but Not in Seawater"

Article Title: Amphiphilic Compounds Assemble into Membranous Vesicles in Hydrothermal Hot Spring Water but Not in Seawater

Journal: Life

doi: 10.3390/life8020011

Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.
Figure Legend Snippet: Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.

Techniques Used: Microscopy, Fluorescence

2) Product Images from "Amphiphilic Compounds Assemble into Membranous Vesicles in Hydrothermal Hot Spring Water but Not in Seawater"

Article Title: Amphiphilic Compounds Assemble into Membranous Vesicles in Hydrothermal Hot Spring Water but Not in Seawater

Journal: Life

doi: 10.3390/life8020011

Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.
Figure Legend Snippet: Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.

Techniques Used: Microscopy, Fluorescence

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Article Title: Amphiphilic Compounds Assemble into Membranous Vesicles in Hydrothermal Hot Spring Water but Not in Seawater
Article Snippet: .. Therefore, the LA–GML mixture in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water was dried in the presence of Torula yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight, and also with lambda DNA, which has 48,000 base pairs. .. Acridine orange dye (0.1 mM) was added as a fluorescent stain.

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    Chem Impex International torula yeast ribosomal rna
    Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate <t>(LA–GML,</t> 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal <t>RNA</t> in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.
    Torula Yeast Ribosomal Rna, supplied by Chem Impex International, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 2 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
    https://www.bioz.com/result/torula yeast ribosomal rna/product/Chem Impex International
    Average 92 stars, based on 2 article reviews
    Price from $9.99 to $1999.99
    torula yeast ribosomal rna - by Bioz Stars, 2020-07
    92/100 stars
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    Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.

    Journal: Life

    Article Title: Amphiphilic Compounds Assemble into Membranous Vesicles in Hydrothermal Hot Spring Water but Not in Seawater

    doi: 10.3390/life8020011

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.

    Article Snippet: To test encapsulation of nucleic acids, LA–GML was mixed in a 2:1 ratio by weight with either Torula yeast ribosomal RNA (CHEM-IMPEX Int’l Inc. Wood Dale, IL) or with lambda phage DNA.

    Techniques: Microscopy, Fluorescence

    Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.

    Journal: Life

    Article Title: Amphiphilic Compounds Assemble into Membranous Vesicles in Hydrothermal Hot Spring Water but Not in Seawater

    doi: 10.3390/life8020011

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Lauric acid–glycerol monolaurate (LA–GML, 10 mM) was mixed with yeast ribosomal RNA in a 2:1 ratio by weight in pH 3.3 Geyser Basin water, then dried on a microscope and rehydrated with the same volume of water. Phase ( A ) and fluorescence ( B ) images. ( C ) A control in which the same lipid mixture was prepared without a wet–dry cycle and put through the gel permeation column in the absence of RNA.

    Article Snippet: To test encapsulation of nucleic acids, LA–GML was mixed in a 2:1 ratio by weight with either Torula yeast ribosomal RNA (CHEM-IMPEX Int’l Inc. Wood Dale, IL) or with lambda phage DNA.

    Techniques: Microscopy, Fluorescence