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Nell1-deficient mice have reduced expression of extracellular matrix proteins causing cranial and vertebral defects.
The mammalian Nell1 gene encodes a protein kinase C-beta1 (PKC-beta1) binding protein that belongs to a new class of cell-signaling molecules controlling cell growth and differentiation.Expand
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Characterisation of the gene encoding a 104-kilodalton microneme-rhoptry protein of Theileria parva.
A neutralizing antiserum, C16, raised against sporozoites of Theileria parva parva was used to screen a lambda gt11 expression library of T. parva parva (Muguga) genomic DNA fragments. ProteinsExpand
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Identification of mutations from phenotype-driven ENU mutagenesis in mouse Chromosome 7
We have used the new high-throughput mutation-scanning technique temperature-gradient capillary electrophoresis (TGCE) for the identification of point mutations induced by N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea (ENU)Expand
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Effect of probiotics supplementation on the performance of broilers
The present study was conducted with the objective to compare the growth characteristics of broiler chicken and the intestinal bacterial profiles (E.coli and Lactobacillus) on supplementation noExpand
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Effect of Supplementation of Enzymes for Non Starch Polysaccharides in Corn-Soya Diet in Broilers
A study on the non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) present in Corn and Soybean was conducted by gas chromatography, which were 7.13 per cent and 11.63 per cent respectively. Based on these findings anExpand
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A clinicogenetic analysis of six Indian spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA2) pedigrees. The significance of slow saccades in diagnosis.
Clinical revaluation and genetic analysis of six Indian pedigrees, segregating autosomal dominant cerebellar ataxia, slow saccades and peripheral neuropathy, has been undertaken, and expansion at theExpand
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Clinical and molecular characterization of a re‐established line of sheep exhibiting hemophilia A
Summary.  Background: Large animal models that accurately mimic human hemophilia A (HA) are in great demand for developing and testing novel therapies to treat HA. Objectives: To re‐establish a lineExpand
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Long-term preservation of islets of Langerhans in hydrophilic macrobeads.
Several obstacles have hindered the successful transplantation of islets of Langerhans to human patients in efforts to cure type I diabetes mellitus. One problem is the necessity for short- andExpand
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Infection rates in sterile males of morsitans, palpalis and fusca groups Glossina for pathogenic Trypanosoma species from East and West Africa.
Infection rates in sterile male Glossina morsitans centralis, G. austeni, G. palpalis palpalis, G.p. gambiensis, G. fuscipes fuscipes, G. tachinoides and G. brevipalpis for Trypanosoma vivax, T.Expand
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Synthesis and Antifungal Properties of 14‐Aminomethyl‐Substituted Lanosterol Derivatives
An important step in the biosynthesis of the fungal membrane is the cytochrome P450-mediated 14-demethylation of lanosterol to give, after several more steps, ergosterol. Studies have shown that theExpand
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