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- , AB FRET - Acceptor photobleaching fluorescence resonance energy transfer CFP yan Fluorescent Protein ( ) CUP1 CUP1, DAPI 4,6- -2- DTT dithiotreitol () EtBr ethidium bromide ( ) GAL1 S.
cerevisiae GAL1 GFP Green Fluorescent protein ( ) GPD S. cerevisiae GPD1 GuHCl HPLC-MALDI ( LC-MALDI) - , - LB Luria-Bertani E. coli MD ME MG PMSF phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride ( ) PNM , [PSI+] ([PSI+] No More) PSIA (Proteomic Screening for Identification of Amyloid proteins) Poly-Q poly-glutamine ( , ) PrP Prion Protein PVDF Polyvinylidene Difluoride membrane ( ) ROI region of interest ( ) Sc screpi ( PrP) SDS Sodium Dodecyl sulfate ( ) YAPD (1% , 2% , 2% ) YFP Yellow Fluorescent Protein ( ) YPE (1% , 2% , 2% )

   

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