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The family Rhizobiaceae contains plant-associated bacteria with critical roles in ecology and agriculture. Within this family, many Rhizobium and Sinorhizobium strains are nitrogen-fixing plant mutualists, while many strains designated as Agrobacterium are plant pathogens. These contrasting lifestyles are primarily dependent on the transmissible plasmids(More)
Recent years have seen a growing interest in the deployment of sophisticated replication based storage architecture in data-intensive computing. Existing placement-ideal data layout solutions place an emphasis on declustered parity based storage. However, there exist major differences between parity and replication architectures, especially in data layouts.(More)
Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) is potent rodent carcinogen and a reputed human carcinogen. Although much is known about its metabolic activation leading to DNA damage, the mechanisms of its actions are not as well understood at a cellular level. In addressing this, we have established an in vitro model that follows the progression toward neoplastic transformation(More)
BACKGROUND Many anticancer agents and carcinogens are DNA damaging chemicals and exposure to such chemicals results in the deregulation of cell cycle progression. The molecular mechanisms of DNA damage-induced cell cycle alteration are not well understood. We have studied the effects of etoposide (an anticancer agent), cryptolepine (CLP, a cytotoxic(More)
  • Shishir Adhikari, Jane Rose, +42 authors Linda Bourassa
  • 2012
2009 This list represents the public scholarly output of the members of the Hiram College Community for the calendar year 2009. appropriate. Boldfaced journal titles indicate peer review. Photos are provided for those publishing books and completing dissertations. We have included as many links as possible on titles. The list does not include works in(More)