Exclusive Opening || SAP SM Consultant

Dear Partner,

Hope you are doing great!!

Please go through the requirement and let me know if you are having any consultant for this position.

Please share me the profile asap as this is a very hot requirement.

SAP SM Consultant

Sunnyvale, CA

6+ months

 

 

PRIMARY SKILL: SAP Service Management
6-8 years on SAP Service Management or Customer service (at least 2-4 years of SAP SD experience).
Ability to read technical code is strongly preferred.
Candidate should be able to independently execute on designs and be able to provide alternatives for challenging business requirements.
Expected areas of knowledge include strong process knowledge of Repairs / Service notifications, Warranty and Contracts.
Integration capabilities and cross modular capability in SAP SD and MM/LE/PM
Should have worked in minimum of 2-4 rollouts/implementation projects
Experience and ability to communicate with various stake holders

 

 

 

 

Best Regards,

 

Arpit Arora

Pyramid Consulting, Inc.


Desk Phone: 415-943-9386 Email : Arpit.arora@pyramidci.com  |  Linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arpit-arora-55793655  | Webhttp://www.pyramidci.com/staffing-home

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Re: [DIYbio] Gel Red questions

So are there cheaper sources?

http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/catalog/product/sial/390062?lang=de&region=AT 
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 10:03:09 PM UTC+2, John Ladasky wrote:


On Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 12:03:42 PM UTC-7, Nathan McCorkle wrote:
Yeah, that's why big companies and universities don't switch.

EtBr is molecularly known (no one really knows exactly what the gelRed
and sybrSafe molecules are, we know what classes they're in or one
that was described in one patent, etc)

I'm pretty sure that this information cannot be kept secret.  To obtain a chemistry patent, and to publish an accurate MSDS, the structure of the novel active compound must be known and disclosed.

I remember that SybrSafe is in the cyanine dye family, a descendant of Thiazole Orange.  If you look at the Wikipedia article for SybrSafe, a structure is published, and it sure looks like a cyanine dye to me.

 
Wikipedia entries are also available for GelGreen and GelRed.  They look like acridine orange and ethidium dimers, respectively, with a peptide-ether linker between the individual fluorophores.


The idea of making ethidium dimers is not new.  An ethidium dimer was available in 1990.  It's still available.  The linker differs from the GelRed linker, but otherwise the two molecules are quite similar.



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