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  1. #1 Does anyone know...? 
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    If there is somewhere online I can find the complete genomic sequence of Vibrio furnissi?

    How to prepare Mycobacterium smegmatis for long term storage at -80 degrees C?


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    NCBI Genbank is the place to go for all your sequence needs.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/en...rio%20furnissi

    I don't have a lot of experience myself in bacteria storage but any biomedical supplier will probably have a variety of options and suggesting for the proper storage solution. (Invitrogen and Quiagen are two that I can think of off the top of my head.)


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    Thanks very much for your help, and I dig your quote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahgracemoon
    If there is somewhere online I can find the complete genomic sequence of Vibrio furnissi?

    How to prepare Mycobacterium smegmatis for long term storage at -80 degrees C?
    This is why i luv this forum, mear humans like me who cannot comprehend to advanced genomic sequences can talk to the Gods of science lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by scientia
    This is why i luv this forum, mear humans like me who cannot comprehend to advanced genomic sequences can talk to the Gods of science lol
    scientia, I'm sure we're all flattered by your compliments, but c'mon. We are not gods of science and "mere humans" can easily access and look at any of the sequences in GenBank, as well as a wide variety of other scientific references that you can learn from. None of this is out of your reach.
    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paralith
    Quote Originally Posted by scientia
    This is why i luv this forum, mear humans like me who cannot comprehend to advanced genomic sequences can talk to the Gods of science lol
    scientia, I'm sure we're all flattered by your compliments, but c'mon. We are not gods of science and "mere humans" can easily access and look at any of the sequences in GenBank, as well as a wide variety of other scientific references that you can learn from. None of this is out of your reach.
    This i know, it's just litle humor now take a joky but can u tell me more on these free resources?
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    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahgracemoon
    If there is somewhere online I can find the complete genomic sequence of Vibrio furnissi?

    How to prepare Mycobacterium smegmatis for long term storage at -80 degrees C?

    oh my God,,,,my brain is still too weak for this time of the day to understand this,,, but I suppose it's something very interesting and wise!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HaekSmith
    Quote Originally Posted by sarahgracemoon
    If there is somewhere online I can find the complete genomic sequence of Vibrio furnissi?

    How to prepare Mycobacterium smegmatis for long term storage at -80 degrees C?

    oh my God,,,,my brain is still too weak for this time of the day to understand this,,, but I suppose it's something very interesting and wise!!
    Like i sais Smith it is a meeting of the science Gods forum, preety cool eh?
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    You guys are silly.

    Like paralith said, none of this is out of your reach.

    And I am but a lowly tech who works for professors with PhD's, and am reminded every day that I know *so little*! But every day I learn...

    Sweetheart, even folks like Newton and Einstein were "mere humans", and probably would've told you so themselves.

    All this stuff really takes is an imagination, an insatiable desire to learn, and the drive to make new discoveries...even if it's just new to you, it's still a new discovery. :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahgracemoon
    You guys are silly.

    Like paralith said, none of this is out of your reach.

    And I am but a lowly tech who works for professors with PhD's, and am reminded every day that I know *so little*! But every day I learn...

    Sweetheart, even folks like Newton and Einstein were "mere humans", and probably would've told you so themselves.

    All this stuff really takes is an imagination, an insatiable desire to learn, and the drive to make new discoveries...even if it's just new to you, it's still a new discovery. :wink:

    If you want it bad enough, it is yours. Eventually. I say shoot for the stars, and don't let anyone (ESPECIALLY yourself) talk you out of it!
    Hey I like you hehehe yeah I know I am silly
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