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Retinoic acid (RA) contributes to cleft palate; however, the cellular and molecular mechanisms responsible for the deleterious effects on the developing palate are unclear. Wnt signaling is a candidate pathway in the cleft palate and is associated with RA in organ development; thus, we aim to investigate whether RA-induced cleft palate also results from(More)
The linear chromosomes and linear plasmids of Streptomyces are capped by terminal proteins (TPs) covalently bound to the 5' ends of the DNA. The TPs serve as primers for DNA synthesis that patches in the single-stranded gaps at the telomeres resulting from the bi-directional replication ('end patching'). Typical Streptomyces TPs, designated Tpgs, are(More)
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