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We developed an integrated chip for real-time amplification and detection of nucleic acid using pH-sensing complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology. Here we show an amplification-coupled detection method for directly measuring released hydrogen ions during nucleotide incorporation rather than relying on indirect measurements such as(More)
In the present study we present a new method that allows for the selection of protein interactions in mammalian cells. We have used this system to verify two interactions previously characterized in vitro. (1) The interaction between human TATA-binding protein 1 and nuclear factor kappaB and (2) the association of Homo sapiens nuclear autoantigen SP100B(More)
Specificity in the interactions between hosts and their parasites can lead to local adaptation. However, the degree of local adaptation is predicted to depend upon the diversity of resistance alleles within the host population; increasing host diversity should decrease mean parasite infectivity and hence reduce local adaptation. In this study, we(More)
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