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Seven years of time-series observations of biogeochemical processes in the subtropical North Pacific Ocean gyre have revealed dramatic changes in the microbial community structure and in the mechanisms of nutrient cycling in response to large-scale ocean–atmosphere interactions. Several independent lines of evidence show that the fixation of atmospheric(More)
Antisense DNA has shown an ability to target specific oncogene transcripts and inhibit their expression in cells, but the degree to which sustained treatment can suppress total levels of an oncogenic product and alter tumorigenesis in vivo remains to be determined. In this study, NIH-3T3 cells transformed by the activated c-Ha-ras oncogene from T24 human(More)
Based on a known pharmacophore model for 5-HT₆ receptor antagonists, a series of novel extended derivatives of the N-arylsulfonyindole scaffold were designed and identified as a new class of 5-HT₆ receptor modulators. Eight of the compounds exhibited moderate to high binding affinities and displayed antagonist profile in 5-HT₆ receptor functional assays.(More)
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