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Nucleotide sequence of the hygromycin B phosphotransferase gene from Streptomyces hygroscopicus.
The nucleotide sequence of a 1467 bp fragment of Streptomyces hygroscopicus DNA containing the gene (hyg) encoding a hygromycin B phosphotransferase (HPH) has been determined. The N-terminal aminoExpand
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First detection of hydrogen isocyanide (HNC) in Titan's atmosphere
We report on the first identification of hydrogen isocyanide (HNC) in Titan's atmosphere, from observations using the HIFI instrument on the HerschelSpace Observatory. An emission line from the HNC JExpand
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Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Disposable and Reusable Laryngeal Mask Airways
BACKGROUND: Growing awareness of the negative impacts from the practice of health care on the environment and public health calls for the routine inclusion of life cycle criteria into theExpand
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Minichromosomal repetitive DNA in Trypanosoma cruzi: its use in a high-sensitivity parasite detection assay.
We have isolated genomic clones containing members of a tandemly repeated DNA family from Trypanosoma cruzi. This family, which contains a 195-base pair (bp) repeating unit, is the most abundantExpand
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Unravelling the regulatory function of FurA in Anabaena sp. PCC 7120 through 2-D DIGE proteomic analysis.
The Anabaena sp. PCC 7120 ferric uptake regulator FurA controls iron homeostasis and appears implicated in a broad regulatory network, whereas failures to eliminate wild-type copies of furA gene fromExpand
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Hairpin loop structure of African swine fever virus DNA.
The ends of African swine fever virus genome are formed by a 37 nucleotide-long hairpin loop composed, almost entirely, of incompletely paired A and T residues. The loops at each DNA end were presentExpand
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Apparent generation of a segmented mRNA from two separate tandem gene families in Trypanosoma cruzi.
Using a cDNA for an abundant Trypanosoma cruzi mRNA as probe, we have cloned and sequenced a gene which is organized in at least 20 nearly perfect tandem repeats of 940 base pairs. The 5' end of theExpand
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Site‐directed mutagenesis and spectral studies suggest a putative role of FurA from Anabaena sp. PCC 7120 as a heme sensor protein
The transcriptional repressor Fur (ferric uptake regulator) is one of the most important switches regulating prokaryotic iron metabolism. Cyanobacterial FurA binds heme in the micromolarExpand
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Expression of fur and its antisense α-fur from Microcystis aeruginosa PCC7806 as response to light and oxidative stress.
Ferric uptake regulation (Fur) proteins are prokaryotic transcriptional regulators that integrate signaling of iron metabolism and oxidative stress responses with several environmental stresses. InExpand
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Identification of three novel antisense RNAs in the fur locus from unicellular cyanobacteria.
The interplay between Fur (ferric uptake regulator) proteins and small, non-coding RNAs has been described as a key regulatory loop in several bacteria. In the filamentous cyanobacterium Anabaena sp.Expand
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