Abhijit Niyogi

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CONTEXT During biomechanical preparation, a smear layer is formed which occludes the openings of dentinal tubules and disfavors the penetration of irrigants. Hence, such layers should be removed. It becomes more challenging when we approach the apical third of the root canal. AIM The aim was to compare the efficacy of different irrigants including(More)
80% of the LHC antenna is mobile in Chlamydomo-nas during state transitions 25 , whereas in land plants the mobile fraction of LHCII is only 15–20% 3. In spite of this relatively low value, our study shows that in land plants the STN7 kinase, and probably state transitions, are important for adaptation and that in their absence growth is significantly(More)
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