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Interlocking Lambda Phage Cro Repressor Protein and DNA

by mrule, published

Interlocking Lambda Phage Cro Repressor Protein and DNA by mrule Jul 9, 2010

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These are two molecular models of a lambda bacteriophage Cro protein and a region of DNA to which it binds. As long as this protein is bound to DNA, the phage will remain dormant. Stress triggers degradation of this protein and re-expression of the phage.

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The file for the DNA is apparent, but which of the other two files represents the Cro model that will bind to the DNA?

For a fishtank, I would suggest openings in it that would allow a small fish to escape a big one.

has the appearance of coral reef growth and it looks like it would make great fish tank decorations. sweet

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The narrow towers don't quite print right on my bot, your mileage may vary. I wish I'd made them every so slightly smaller so they fit better, or had some sort of sand-blasting polishing tool.

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Epstein_Barr on Nov 16, 2013 said:

The file for the DNA is apparent, but which of the other two files represents the Cro model that will bind to the DNA?

ThePelton on Oct 22, 2012 said:

For a fishtank, I would suggest openings in it that would allow a small fish to escape a big one.

versonova on Jul 11, 2010 said:

has the appearance of coral reef growth and it looks like it would make great fish tank decorations. sweet

widgetsworkshop on Jul 9, 2010 said:

Try turning on the cool feature in your skeinforge settings.

mrule on Jul 9, 2010 said:

cool is on with 10 seconds, the problem is that tight curves accumulate too much plastic. I can't figure out how to tune this, since it is only the tight curves, and decreasing plastic overall causes poor print quality elsewhere.

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