Josh Goldstein

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The herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) UL12 gene encodes an alkaline pH-dependent deoxyribonuclease termed alkaline nuclease. A recombinant UL12 knockout mutant, AN-1, is severely compromised for growth, and analysis of this mutant suggests that UL12 plays a role in processing complex DNA replication intermediates (R. Martinez, R. T. Sarisky, P. C. Weber,(More)
Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) DNA replication intermediates exist in a complex nonlinear structure that does not migrate into a pulsed-field gel. Genetic evidence suggests that the product of the UL12 gene, termed alkaline nuclease, plays a role in processing replication intermediates (R. Martinez, R. T. Sarisky, P. C. Weber, and S. K. Weller, J.(More)
We present the first installment of HI sources extracted from the Arecibo Legacy Fast ALFA (ALFALFA) extragalactic survey, initiated in 2005. Sources have been extracted from 3-D spectral data cubes exploiting a matched filtering technique and then examined interactively to yield global HI parameters. A total of 730 HI detections are catalogued within the(More)
Concern over unprecedentedly low levels of childbearing in Europe has become increasingly marked among both scientists and policy-makers. In conjunction with these concerns over fertility, there has also been considerable debate on the role migration can play in compensating for fertility below the replacement level. The issue of how to measure(More)
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