Honglan Huang

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We have isolated and characterized two suppressor genes, SUI4 and SUI5, that can initiate translation in the absence of an AUG start codon at the HIS4 locus in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Both suppressor genes are dominant in diploid cells and lethal in haploid cells. The SUI4 suppressor gene is identical to the GCD11 gene, which encodes the gamma subunit of(More)
The HIS4 gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae was put under the transcriptional control of RNA polymerase I to determine the in vivo consequences on mRNA processing and gene expression. This gene, referred to as rhis4, was substituted for the normal HIS4 gene on chromosome III. The rhis4 gene transcribes two mRNAs, of which each initiates at the polymerase(More)
Acinetobacter baumannii is a Gram-negative opportunistic pathogen that is frequently associated with nosocomial infections. Bacteriophages infecting A. baumannii can be used as effective agents to control these infections. Here, we announce the complete genome sequence of the lytic bacteriophage LZ35 infecting A. baumannii isolates.
  • Ekta Ashok Baware, Jagruti Save, +10 authors Xiaolin Wu
  • 2016
Evolution of medical imaging has turned out as a boon for medical industry as it provides efficient diagnosis and monitoring of diseases. Compression of medical images helps accommodation of large medical data in limited storage space and fast transmission. The main aim of this paper is to compress medical images with no loss of clinical data using a(More)
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