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Greg Early (gearly@neaq.org)
Tue, 09 Nov 1999 09:28:00 -0500

Renu.gurnani,

47?

I think you may have mistaken this for Biotechnology ASK week.

Just in case... you can find, at least some of your answer at...

http://www.accessexcellence.org/LC/ST/st09bg.html


ge


At 01:05 PM 11/02/99 -0500, you wrote:
>
>  Hello.   First  I  would  like to thank you for your help.  My question
is the
>  following:   I  would  like  to compare and contrast two different
(other than
>  muscle  and  neuron)  cells  and  find  5  proteins  they have in common
and 5
>  proteins  that  is  distinct  in  each one.  Let me give you an example.
 Both
>  muscle and neuron cells have sodium and potassium channels in common.
However
>  muscle  cells  have ACh receptors that make them distinct.  Thanks
again.  How
>  can  we use combinatorial gene regulation to explain a developmental
disorder?
>  Compare/contrast two cell types in the context of selective gene
expression.
>
>
Greg Early
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