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and participants at numerous seminars for helpful comments. Brian Doyle and Kevin Daly provided excellent research assistance; Hoyt Bleakley also provided valuable technical assistance. Maccini thanks the National Science Foundation for nancial support. The opinions expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reeect the opinions(More)
It was during my sabbatical year in Jerusalem that I first became acquainted with David Bivin, Robert Lindsey, and other students and colleagues of David Flusser of the Hebrew University. Thus it was with considerable anticipation that I began reading this book by David Bivin and Roy Blizzard, which popularizes some of the results of a whole generation of(More)
TEXTS During the semester, we will use a variety of sources and much of the material we consider will appear in more than one place. The following books will provide the core of the material that we will study during most of the semester. They should be available in the bookstore or over the web. The following text will help you to understand Stata(More)
and by appointment (we don't need to meet on campus, call and we can arrange something) My ONCOURSE web-site can be accessed through: https://oncourse.iu.edu/portal (You will use the ONCOURSE web site to read class announcements, work through homeworks, e-mail me, and check your grades.) (You should check out the Resource option along the left-hand column(More)
TEXTS During the semester, we will use a variety of sources and much of the material we consider will appear in more than one place. The following book will provide the core of the material that we will study during most of the semester. They should be available in the bookstore. Francis X. Diebold: Elements of Forecasting (4th edition) Walter Enders(More)
We have incorporated Fe2+ into the high-affinity metal-ion-binding site of actin. By supplying the system with oxygen from air and a reductant (dithiothreitol or ascorbate), we have induced free-radical generation, with the intent of causing peptide cleavage at the metal-ion-binding site. By analysis of the resulting fragments from actin in the F-form, we(More)
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