Kyle Martini

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The excision and reintegration of transposable elements (TEs) restructure their host genomes, generating cellular diversity involved in evolution, development, and the etiology of human diseases. Our current knowledge of TE behavior primarily results from bulk techniques that generate time and cell ensemble averages, but cannot capture cell-to-cell(More)
We study the electrostatic contribution to the effective potential between two spherical low-dielectric particles that carry proton-titratable sites within a linearized setting. To evaluate the needed work of charging for each possible proton occupancy configuration, together with its crucial dependence on sphere separation, we numerically solve a(More)
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