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Thanks for stopping by and finding time to post some useful info here, Matt!


...did not have a chance to congrat you with the three chaperone papers in 04/05. Great job! I heard the whole lab is mostly concentrating on your protein these days to take the full advantage of the purification methodology, assignment and structural info that you established/obtained.

I hope life treats you well!

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I hope everything is working out for you and Valentyna in Edmonton.


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...did not have a chance to congrat you with the three chaperone papers in 04/05. Great job! I heard the whole lab is mostly concentrating on your protein these days to take the full advantage of the purification methodology, assignment and structural info that you established/obtained.

I hope life treats you well!

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