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  • S. Karniely, M. P. Weekes, R. Antrobus, J. Rorbach, L. van Haute, Y. Umrania +5 others
  • 2016
UNLABELLED Infection with human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) profoundly affects cellular metabolism. Like in tumor cells, HCMV infection increases glycolysis, and glucose carbon is shifted from the mitochondrial tricarboxylic acid cycle to the biosynthesis of fatty acids. However, unlike in many tumor cells, where aerobic glycolysis is accompanied by suppression(More)
Macroscopic descriptions of populations commonly assume that encounters between individuals are well mixed; i.e. each individual has an equal chance of coming into contact with any other individual. Relaxing this assumption can be challenging though, due to the difficulty of acquiring detailed knowledge about the non-random nature of encounters. Here, we(More)
Soybean is a major leguminous plant that has the ability to establish a symbiotic association with the N-fixing bacteria, Bradyrhizobium japonicum. Soils are usually subjected to stress including salinity, drought, acidity, and suboptimal root zone temperature, adversely affecting the symbiotic process between soybean and the bacteria. One of the important(More)
In this work, we want to address fundamental scientific issues relevant to optimizing the spintronic and optoelectronic properties of organic semiconductor/ferromagnet heterostructures. " Spintronics " is a new electronics paradigm based on manipulation and detection of the spin-dependent electronic properties in magnetic structures. i It has emerged as an(More)
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