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==Protocols==
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==Materials==
==Materials==
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==Resources==
==Resources==
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*[[Ecoliwiki:Welcome_to_EcoliWiki|EcoliWiki.org]] 
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**A community annotation site for ''E. coli'' K-12. Includes its phages, plasmids, genes, strains and databases.
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*[http://redpoll.pharmacy.ualberta.ca/CCDB/cgi-bin/STAT_NEW.cgi ''Escherichia coli'' statistics] by Institute for Biomolecular Design
*[http://redpoll.pharmacy.ualberta.ca/CCDB/cgi-bin/STAT_NEW.cgi ''Escherichia coli'' statistics] by Institute for Biomolecular Design
**Several tables describing statistical data on ''E. coli'' compiled from several sources.
**Several tables describing statistical data on ''E. coli'' compiled from several sources.
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*[http://ecocyc.org Ecocyc]
*[http://ecocyc.org Ecocyc]
** Comprehensive biochemical pathway and gene function site for ''E. coli''
** Comprehensive biochemical pathway and gene function site for ''E. coli''
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==References==
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<biblio>
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# Cohen-PNAS-1972 pmid=4559594
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// This appears to be one of the earliest papers on transformation of ''Escherichia coli''.  If you find an earlier paper, please include it here.
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Contents

General pages

Protocols

Materials

Notes

  • In an Escherichia coli cell, 1 molecule per cell is approximately equal to 1nM.

Resources

  • EcoliWiki.org
    • A community annotation site for E. coli K-12. Includes its phages, plasmids, genes, strains and databases.
  • Escherichia coli statistics by Institute for Biomolecular Design
    • Several tables describing statistical data on E. coli compiled from several sources.
  • EcoSal by ASM Press
    • An incomplete web version of the publication Escherichia coli and Salmonella: Cellular and Molecular Biology. [Subscription required]
  • EcoGene
    • Database of all E. coli genes and sequences
  • Ecocyc
    • Comprehensive biochemical pathway and gene function site for E. coli

References

  1. Cohen SN, Chang AC, and Hsu L. . pmid:4559594. PubMed HubMed [Cohen-PNAS-1972]
    This appears to be one of the earliest papers on transformation of Escherichia coli. If you find an earlier paper, please include it here.

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