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BACKGROUND It is well documented in the literature that low socioeconomic status (SES) is associated with lower consumption of healthy foods and that these differences in consumption patterns are influenced by neighborhood food environments. Less understood is the role that SES differences in physical and social aspects of the home food environment play in(More)
Cycled Xenopus egg extract spindles were assembled as described 12 with or without X-rhodamine-labelled or Alexa-488-labelled tubulin, and isolated through 40% glycerol BRB80. For staining of non-fixed spindles, isolated spindles were processed for immunofluorescence in solutions containing 5% glycerol BRB80. For immunofluorescence and immunoblotting,(More)
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