User:Etienne Robillard/Notebook/30C6HSL

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* Uniprot id: P48445  
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* See also ATCC 96604
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* See also ATCC 96604, ATCC 204508 (S288c) ([http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/P17555 Baker yeast])
* Uniprot protein sequence for BLAST queries is [https://openwetware.org/images/d/dc/P48445.fasta here].
* Uniprot protein sequence for BLAST queries is [https://openwetware.org/images/d/dc/P48445.fasta here].

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30C6HSL: Adventures in the land of light-activated psychochemical agents

N-substituted arylcyclohexylamines (3-oxohexanoyl-homoserine lactone)

  • Chuck: Are you sure this is it this time?
  • Oracle: Trust me.
  • Oracle: 30C6HSL is really your thing.
  • Chuck: Fine. I imagine you want to make a point about LuxR.
  • Oracle: I beg to differ ?
  • Chuck: Dude, you are hard to follow sometimes.
  • Oracle: I suggest you pass more time studying how C6 homoserine lactones enter nitrogen and purine metabolism.
  • Chuck: I have impression C6 hexanoyl may hold the clue and condense to form the 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline enantiomer.
  • Oracle: Shh. You have some balls to put this there without any warning shot.
  • Chuck: I beg to differ...
  • Chuck: I have no mean to accept psychochemical warfare without any warning shot.
  • Oracle: Right. You kids dont understand well the psychology of war.
  • Chuck: My fb account is loaded with slave cuties.
  • Oracle: LOL

BBa_C0061: visualizing LuxR pathways through 30C6HSL

  • Uniprot id: P48445
  • See also ATCC 96604, ATCC 204508 (S288c) (Baker yeast)
  • Uniprot protein sequence for BLAST queries is here.
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