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#1 mdfenko

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Posted 26 January 2009 - 10:44 AM

Seeking romance

#1 Iíve been single-stranded too long! Lonely ATGCATG would like to pair up with congenital TACGTAC.

#2 Menage a trois! Ligands seeks two receptors into binding and mutual phosphorylation. Letís get together and transduce some signals.

#3 Some dates have called me a promotor. Others have referred to me as a real operator. Personally, I think Iím just a cute piece of DNA who is still looking for that special transcription factor to help me unwind.

#4 Highly sensitive, orally active small molecule seeks stable well-structured receptor who knows size isnít everything.

#5 There must be a rational way to meet a date! Iím tired of hanging out in those molecular diversity bars, hoping to randomly bump into the right peptide. I want a molecule that will fit right onto my active site and really turn me on. Iíll send you my crystal structure if you send me yours!

#6 Gene therapy graduate. After years of producing nothing but gibberish, Iíve shed my exons and ready to express my introns. All I need is a cute vector to introduce me to the right host.

#7 My RNA, Iím sorry I misread your UAAUAAUAA and inserted three tyrosineís when you repeatedly asked me to stop. Something got lost in the translation. Please forgive me.

#8 Naked DNA with sticky ends seeks kanamycin-resistant plasmid. EcoR1 sites preferred.

#9 Uninhibited virus seeks reason to make me shed my protein coat.

#10 This very selective oligonucleotide has been probing for just the right target for long-term hybridization.

#11 Mature cells seeks same who still enjoys cycling and wonít go apoptotic on me. Letís fight senescence together!

#12 Iím a prolific progenitor with great potential for growth and self-renewal. Call me if youíre a potent hematopoietic factor who still believes in endless nights of colony stimulation.

#13. I donít always express myself of the surface, but Iím looking for a signal that you appreciate my complexity. Send me the right message that will penetrate my membranes, turn on my protein expression and release my potential energy.
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Posted 06 June 2011 - 11:42 AM

Seeking romance

#1 Iíve been single-stranded too long! Lonely ATGCATG would like to pair up with congenital TACGTAC.

#2 Menage a trois! Ligands seeks two receptors into binding and mutual phosphorylation. Letís get together and transduce some signals.

#3 Some dates have called me a promotor. Others have referred to me as a real operator. Personally, I think Iím just a cute piece of DNA who is still looking for that special transcription factor to help me unwind.

#4 Highly sensitive, orally active small molecule seeks stable well-structured receptor who knows size isnít everything.

#5 There must be a rational way to meet a date! Iím tired of hanging out in those molecular diversity bars, hoping to randomly bump into the right peptide. I want a molecule that will fit right onto my active site and really turn me on. Iíll send you my crystal structure if you send me yours!

#6 Gene therapy graduate. After years of producing nothing but gibberish, Iíve shed my exons and ready to express my introns. All I need is a cute vector to introduce me to the right host.

#7 My RNA, Iím sorry I misread your UAAUAAUAA and inserted three tyrosineís when you repeatedly asked me to stop. Something got lost in the translation. Please forgive me.

#8 Naked DNA with sticky ends seeks kanamycin-resistant plasmid. EcoR1 sites preferred.

#9 Uninhibited virus seeks reason to make me shed my protein coat.

#10 This very selective oligonucleotide has been probing for just the right target for long-term hybridization.

#11 Mature cells seeks same who still enjoys cycling and wonít go apoptotic on me. Letís fight senescence together!

#12 Iím a prolific progenitor with great potential for growth and self-renewal. Call me if youíre a potent hematopoietic factor who still believes in endless nights of colony stimulation.

#13. I donít always express myself of the surface, but Iím looking for a signal that you appreciate my complexity. Send me the right message that will penetrate my membranes, turn on my protein expression and release my potential energy.


Nobody saw it? :lol:

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Posted 06 June 2011 - 06:54 PM

hahahahhaa so awesome!

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Posted 06 June 2011 - 10:47 PM

#4 Highly sensitive, orally active small molecule seeks stable well-structured receptor who knows size isnít everything.

#5 There must be a rational way to meet a date! Iím tired of hanging out in those molecular diversity bars, hoping to randomly bump into the right peptide. I want a molecule that will fit right onto my active site and really turn me on. Iíll send you my crystal structure if you send me yours!


Hmn... I wonder what this means to any of you...
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#5 lab rat

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Posted 15 August 2011 - 09:58 PM

*facepalm*

Nerd humor...
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#6 toejam

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Posted 16 August 2011 - 08:43 AM

this might come in handy... mwahaha... :lol: thanks mdfenko!
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Posted 23 September 2011 - 02:20 AM

HAHAHAHA...love it :-)

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Posted 25 September 2011 - 09:46 AM

#4 Highly sensitive, orally active small molecule seeks stable well-structured receptor who knows size isn't everything.

#5 There must be a rational way to meet a date! I'm tired of hanging out in those molecular diversity bars, hoping to randomly bump into the right peptide. I want a molecule that will fit right onto my active site and really turn me on. I'll send you my crystal structure if you send me yours!


Hmn... I wonder what this means to any of you...
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