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Biosensor recognition elements.
Abstract : Molecular recognition is central to biosensing. Since the first biosensor was developed by Updike and Hicks (1967) many biosensors have been studied and developed. As shown in Fig. 1, aExpand
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A review of molecular recognition technologies for detection of biological threat agents.
The present review summarizes the state of the art in molecular recognition of biowarfare agents and other pathogens and emphasizes the advantages of using particular types of reagents for a givenExpand
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Production of Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha, Interleukin 1-beta, Interleukin 2, and Interleukin 6 by rat leukocyte subpopulations after exposure to Substance P
The interaction between components of the nervous system and multiple target cells in the cutaneous immune system has been receiving increasing attention. Recently, the involvement of neuropeptidesExpand
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Cloning differentially expressed mRNAs
Differential gene expression occurs in the process of development, maintenance, injury, and death of unicellular as well as complex organisms. Differentially expressed genes are usually identified byExpand
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Vesiculation from Pseudomonas aeruginosa under SOS
Bacterial infections can be aggravated by antibiotic treatment that induces SOS response and vesiculation. This leads to a hypothesis concerning association of SOS with vesiculation. To test it, weExpand
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Intranasal Vaccination with a Secreted Chlamydial Protein Enhances Resolution of Genital Chlamydia muridarum Infection, Protects against Oviduct Pathology, and Is Highly Dependent upon Endogenous
ABSTRACT There is currently no licensed vaccine against Chlamydia trachomatis, the leading cause of sexually transmitted bacterial disease worldwide. Conventional vaccination attempts usingExpand
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Absorption of sound in the Martian atmosphere
Future missions to the planet Mars might include microphones to listen for sounds in the tenuous Martian atmosphere. The chemical composition of the atmosphere is well established by previousExpand
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Castanospermine, a tetrahydroxylated alkaloid that inhibits β-glucosidase and β-glucocerebrosidase
Abstract Castanospermine (1,6,7,8-tetrahydroxyoctahydroindolizine) was tested against a variety of commercially available glycosidases and found to be a potent inhibitor of almond emulsinExpand
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Exogenous Administration of Substance P Enhances Wound Healing in a Novel Skin-Injury Model
Soft tissue injury accounts for approximately 44% of all wounds in both the military and civilian populations. Following injury to soft tissue, Substance P (SP) and other neuropeptides are releasedExpand
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Effect of Levels of Acetate on the Mevalonate Pathway of Borrelia burgdorferi
Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of Lyme disease, is a spirochetal pathogen with limited metabolic capabilities that survives under highly disparate host-specific conditions. However, the borrelialExpand
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