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Restriction enzyme cleavage maps for the fragments produced by Cla I, Sal I and Sma I have been constructed for African swine fever virus (ASFV) DNA grown in pig leukocytes (strain E70 L6) and after adaptation to growth in MS monkey kidney cells (strain E70MS14). The mapping data revealed that before adaptation to growth in MS cells, the size of the DNA(More)
African Swine Fever virus infected MS cells labeled with radioactive14C-amino acids,32Pi or [3H]-glucosamine were examined by high resolution sodium dodecylsulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and showed 43 infected cell polypeptides. Twenty-one of these proteins were present in the nuclear fraction of infected cells. At least 22 of the infected cell(More)
An experiment was conducted in an attempt to assess the merits of a stimulus availability interpretation of stimulus pronunciability (PR) effects in aural paired-associate learning. Stimulus PR was varied within lists of 8 trigram-adjectlve pairs. The study-test technique was used. The intra-SR interval of study trials was either 2, 4, or 6 sec, thus(More)
  • ETIKA SUBSISTENSI, PETANI KOPI, +8 authors Bondan Winarno
  • 2016
The importance of agroforestry for smallholder farmers has been the discourse and policies of many parties worldwide. However, agroforestry development through land rehabilitation, reforestation and community forests for traditional coffee growers in the uplands has not shown success yet. In fact, some of the innovations that come from the outside can be(More)
The article Procedures and recommended times in the care process of the patient with pancreatic cancer: PAN-TIME consensus between scientific societies, written by R. Vera, A. Ferrández, C. J. Ferrer, C. Flores, C. Joaquı́n, S. López, T. Martı́n, E. Martı́n, M. Marzo, A. Sarrión, E. Vaquero, A. Zapatero, J. Aparicio, was originally published electronically(More)
Aural paired-associates were learned by the study-test method. On test trials, the study-trials stimuli were randomly intermixed among new stimuli and the Ss, prior to responding, had to indicate whether the presented stimulus was old or new. It was found that correct responding was contingent upon stimulus recognition, and that correct responding given(More)