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Getting to low-cost algal biofuels: A monograph on conventional and cutting-edge harvesting and extraction technologies
Among the most formidable challenges to algal biofuels is the ability to harvest algae and extract intracellular lipids at low cost and with a positive energy balance. In this monograph, we constructExpand
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Flow cytometry-based minisequencing: a new platform for high-throughput single-nucleotide polymorphism scoring.
Single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are the most abundant type of human genetic variation. These variable sites are present at high density in the genome, making them powerful tools for mappingExpand
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Immunophenotyping of chicken peripheral blood lymphocyte subpopulations: individual variability and repeatability.
T-cell lymphocyte populations can be delineated into subsets based on expression of cell surface proteins that can be measured in peripheral blood by monoclonal antibodies and flow cytometryExpand
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Differential susceptibilities to chronic beryllium disease contributed by different Glu69 HLA-DPB1 and -DPA1 alleles.
Chronic beryllium disease (CBD) is associated with the allelic substitution of a Glu69 in the HLA-DPB1 gene. Although up to 97% of CBD patients may have the Glu69 marker, about 30-45% ofExpand
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Building Microbial Forensics as a Response to Bioterrorism
Combating bioterrorism is a challenge to all of us. To be proactive, the U.S. Government has formalized the discipline of "microbial forensics" to deter and attribute perpetrators of such acts. ThisExpand
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Alpha-particle-induced sister chromatid exchange in normal human lung fibroblasts: evidence for an extranuclear target.
We investigated the relationship between nuclear hits by alpha particles and the subsequent occurrence of sister chromatid exchanges (SCEs) in normal human diploid lung fibroblasts (HFL1). Cells wereExpand
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Rapid sizing of individual fluorescently stained DNA fragments by flow cytometry.
Large, fluorescently stained restriction fragments of lambda phage DNA are sized by passing individual fragments through a focused continuous wave laser beam in an ultrasensitive flow cytometer at aExpand
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Ultraviolet-induced movement of the human DNA repair protein, Xeroderma pigmentosum type G, in the nucleus.
Xeroderma pigmentosum type G (XPG) is a human genetic disease exhibiting extreme sensitivity to sunlight. XPG patients are defective XPG endonuclease, which is an enzyme essential for DNA repair ofExpand
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Potential binding modes of beryllium with the class II major histocompatibility complex HLA-DP: a combined theoretical and structural database study.
In an effort to understand the molecular basis of chronic beryllium disease (CBD), a study of the chemical relationship between beryllium, antigen, and the major histocompatibility complex II,Expand
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Multiple nuclear localization signals in XPG nuclease.
We report here evidence for the mechanism of nuclear localization of XPG nuclease in human cells. Several candidate nuclear localization signal (NLS) peptides have been proposed for XPG protein. WeExpand
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