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BACKGROUND The Arabidopsis genome contains nine sucrose transporter paralogs falling into three clades: SUT1-like, SUT2 and SUT4. The carriers differ in their kinetic properties. Many transport proteins are known to exist as oligomers. The yeast-based split ubiquitin system can be used to analyze the ability of membrane proteins to interact. RESULTS(More)
  • Washington Dc, Noémie Klein, Kornelis Blok, Long Lam, Lindee Wong, Bram Borkent +69 others
  • 2015
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In 1996 Ward et al reported the results of their UK study into the state of practice in evaluating and realizing benefits from IS/IT investments. This paper presents new empirical evidence from a survey performed in the Benelux and the UK on the state of practice in managing benefits from IS/IT investments. The paper revisits the background and concepts of(More)
  • Bhupinder Virk, Gonçalo Correia, David P Dixon, Inna Feyst, Jie Jia, Nikolin Oberleitner +6 others
  • 2012
Gut microbes influence animal health and thus, are potential targets for interventions that slow aging. Live E. coli provides the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans with vital micronutrients, such as folates that cannot be synthesized by animals. However, the microbe also limits C. elegans lifespan. Understanding these interactions may shed light on how(More)
" SuperMix " is a software library written to aid in the calculation and optimization of the signal and noise performance of high-frequency circuits, especially those including superconductors and superconducting tunnel junctions. Using this library, C++ programs can be written to simulate circuits of arbitrary size, complexity, and topology. The library(More)
The human oral cavity is host to a complex microbial community estimated to comprise >700 bacterial species, of which at least half are thought to be not yet cultivable in vitro. To investigate the plasmids present in this community, we used a transposon-aided capture system, which allowed the isolation of plasmids from human oral supra- and subgingival(More)