HELP NEEDED: How you pronounce pUC?

:-Peter obrien at pharm.med.upenn.edu
Mon Oct 7 13:30:16 EST 1996


In article <53bb53$k0915 at ncisun1-nf0.ncifcrf.gov>, pnh at ncifcrf.gov (Paul N
Hengen) wrote:

@--> Majumder lab (jhmorris at utmdacc.mda.uth.tmc.edu) wrote:
@--> 
@--> : > We are agonizing over this one...how do you pronounce CIAP? Is it
"sip", or
@--> : > "kip", or "see-eye-aye-pee", or just "phosphatase", or "alk-phos"?
@--> : > Please reply immediately, before we tear our hair out.
@--> : 
@--> : We say "sip" and "puck."
@--> 
@--> Yep, I've heard this more often. I've also heard people pronounce
@--> PstI as "pissed-one" but I refuse to get into that habit ;-)
@--> I do say "Ha-Ha one" for HhaI though. Hmmmm....I guess I use a bit of
@--> discretion most of the time.
@--> 
@--> -Paul.


Hmmmm, we use a vector called pRK7...nah, too easy

:-Peter








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