B. H. Rosenberg

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The emergence and reemergence of infectious diseases, as the result of recent and ongoing social and environmental changes, urgently calls for a global surveillance system, so that unusual outbreaks can be recognized and controlled at an early stage. ProMED, an international non-governmental group of infectious disease experts, was organized by the(More)
DNA swivel (nicking-rejoining) enzyme activity has been studied in various cell fractions of a human lymphoid cell line. Swivel activity is found only in chromatin and in a nuclear membrane fraction containing DNA and possessing endogenous DNA synthesizing activity. Twenty percent of the total swivel activity and less than one percent of the total DNA are(More)
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