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Chromosome and Replisome Dynamics in E. coli: Loss of Sister Cohesion Triggers Global Chromosome Movement and Mediates Chromosome Segregation
Chromosome and replisome dynamics were examined in synchronized E. coli cells undergoing a eukaryotic-like cell cycle. Sister chromosomes remain tightly colocalized for much of S phase and then… Expand
Clinical use of bone densitometry: scientific review.
CONTEXT Osteoporosis causes substantial morbidity and costs $13.8 billion annually in the United States. Measurement of bone mass by densitometry is a primary part of diagnosing osteoporosis and… Expand
The photochemistry of atmospheric water vapor
Solar radiation dissociates water vapor into hydrogen atoms and hydroxyl radicles. Hydrogen and hydrogen peroxide molecules, and perhydroxyl radicles, are also produced as a result of subsequent… Expand
Rayleigh scattering by air
- D. Bates
- 1 June 1984
Abstract The Rayleigh scattering cross section for air is calculated from published experimental and theoretical results account being taken of the dispersion of the King correction factor. The… Expand
Neurology and the kidney
Renal failure is relatively common, but except in association with spina bifida or paraplegia it is unlikely to occur as a result of disease of the CNS. Renal failure, however, commonly affects the… Expand
Atmospheric nitrous oxide
Abstract The information relating to atmospheric nitrous oxide is reviewed. Measurements by several groups show that the fractional volume abundance f ( N 2 O ) is about 2.5 × 10 −7 in the… Expand
Engineered proteins detect spontaneous DNA breakage in human and bacterial cells
Spontaneous DNA breaks instigate genomic changes that fuel cancer and evolution, yet direct quantification of double-strand breaks (DSBs) has been limited. Predominant sources of spontaneous DSBs… Expand
Regulation of Sister Chromosome Cohesion by the Replication Fork Tracking Protein SeqA
- M. Joshi, David Magnan, Timothy P Montminy, Mark Lies, Nicholas Stepankiw, D. Bates
- Biology, Medicine
- PLoS genetics
- 1 August 2013
Analogously to chromosome cohesion in eukaryotes, newly replicated DNA in E. coli is held together by inter-sister linkages before partitioning into daughter nucleoids. In both cases, initial joining… Expand
Prognosis in nontraumatic coma.
We conducted serial neurologic examinations on 500 patients in nontraumatic coma to identify factors predicting recovery. Overall, 81 patients (16%) led an independent life at some point within the… Expand
Development and validation of the actionable bladder symptom screening tool for multiple sclerosis patients.
Bladder symptoms such as urinary urgency, frequency, and incontinence are common in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). These symptoms, which often result from neurogenic detrusor overactivity… Expand