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The formation of Archean crust appears to involve processes unique to early earth history. Initial results from receiver function analysis of crustal structure beneath 81 broadband stations deployed across southern Africa reveal significant differences in the nature of the crust and the crust-mantle boundary between Archean and post-Archean geologic(More)
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Aminopyridines belong to the class of compounds which facilitate synaptic transmission at low calcium concentration, an effect associated with the block of K+ channels, enhanced entry of calcium into presynaptic terminals and greater release of transmitter. We have measured the zeta-potential of phosphatidylserine vesicles in the presence of aminopyridines(More)
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