Tales of joy from research. Continue reading Research narratives from the F-level
One starts off with a transparent and a clear liquid
and ends with a golden yellow concoction that
would be fed to a multitude of hungry yeast cells. Continue reading The spinning bar
regarde, regarde mon petit levure,
those buds and necks, all the same like us.
Such simple lives these
Wholly depended on diffusion-
Transfer of nutrients, Continue reading Musings of yeastly nature
Things derive their being and nature by mutual dependence and are nothing in themselves. Buddhist Philosophy.
- Sense: To perceive something (using two sugar sensors: Snf3 and Rgt2)
- Sensibility: Sensitivity, susceptibility to feelings, emotionalism, sentimentalism
- Hap: Fortune; chance (Hap4, a key protein in respiration)
- Mishap: Bad luck; an unfortunate accident
Rain that lashed the roof of the office where Vijay and his fellow colleagues have their desks. It was frightening to hear the loud thunder as well as the merciless spill from the clouds, on to the corrugated iron sheet. Continue reading PE-2 and CEN.PK meeting 3: Deluge
There were many interesting articles published in the last three weeks. Some of them are inspiring in terms of experimental design while others clearly show the steep progress that has been made in synthetic biology. 1. Electric field increases enzyme activity: As reported in science: “Enzymes accelerate chemical processes by coaxing molecules into just the right reactive states. Fried et al. now elucidate the way the … Continue reading Research News – 4