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Kinetic analysis of a molecular model of the budding yeast cell cycle.
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Using standard techniques of biochemical kinetics, a mechanism for the principal molecular interactions controlling cyclin synthesis and degradation is converted into a set of differential equations, which describe the time courses of three major classes of cyclin-dependent kinase activities. Expand
Complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of bovine parvovirus
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It can be shown that the evolutionary relationship among the parvoviruses is B19 in equilibrium with AAV inilibrium with BPV in equilibriumWith MVM. Expand
Dissection of the XChk1 signaling pathway in Xenopus laevis embryos.
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Exposure to overexpression of XChk1 in Xenopus embryos creates a checkpoint in which cell division arrests, and both Cdc2 and Cdk2 are phosphorylated on tyrosine 15 and inhibited in catalytic activity, indicating that XChK1 signaling is intact but blocked upstream of X chk1 until the MBT. Expand
Purification and characterization of isoforms of beta-galactosidases in mung bean seedlings.
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Double immunodiffusion analysis indicated thatbeta-galactosidases I, II, III and V are immunologically similar to each other, while beta-galactsosidase IV shares partially identical antigenic determinants with the other four isoforms. Expand
Using micropylar ultrastructure for species identification and phylogenetic inference among four species of Sparidae
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Cladistic analysis by using diVerent parsimonious methods on the morphological character of the micropyle suggested that the generic interrelationship between Sparus and Acanthopagrus was closer than to the genus Pagrus, and the congeneric species of A. latus and A. schlegeli were the most closely related. Expand
A kinetic hairpin transfer model for parvoviral DNA replication.
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A kinetic model, based on differential rates of hairpin transfer at 3' termini, is described and shown to account for all known parvoviral DNA distributions. Expand
Serology of Neisseria gonorrhoeae: coagglutination serogroups WI and WII/III correspond to different outer membrane protein I molecules
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Two different outer membrane protein I molecules seem to exist which are mutually exclusive in Neisseria gonorrhoeae, and Protein IA molecules contain the antigens recognized as serogroup WI, and protein IB molecules contain those that characterize serogroups WII and WIII. Expand
Analysis of the termini of the DNA of bovine parvovirus: demonstration of sequence inversion at the left terminus and its implication for the replication model
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Replicative-form DNA showed the same distribution of terminal-sequence orientations as the reannealed plus and minus virion DNAs, suggesting that the distribution of flip and flop forms observed in virion DNA is not due to selective encapsidation, but rather to the specific distribution of replicative forms. Expand
The inheritance of genetic variation in Triticum speltoides affecting heterogenetic chromosome pairing in hybrids with Triticum aestivum
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The segregation among the hybrids for mean number of chiasmata per cell showed that two gene systems in T. speltoides genotypes were involved in the promotion of heterogenetic pairing. Expand
Mathematical models for motile bacterial transport in cylindrical tubes.
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A theoretical model provides explicit equations that explain how bacterial transport in cylindrical tubes of diameter 10 micrometers remains in the mode of a dimensionally reduced diffusion, and shifts to a wave motion when the tube diameter decreases to 6 micrometer. Expand
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