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Direct Nucleotide Sequence of PCR-amplified DNAs of the Closely Related Citrus Viroids IIa and IIb (Cachexia)
Citrus viroids IIa (CVdIIa) and IIb (CVdIIb=cachexia), members of the hop stunt viroid (HSVd) group, can be distinguished by their biological properties in Etrog citron. CVdIIa and CVdIIb isolatesExpand
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A Synthetic Oligo Library and Sequencing Approach Reveals an Insulation Mechanism Encoded within Bacterial σ54 Promoters.
We use an oligonucleotide library of >10,000 variants to identify an insulation mechanism encoded within a subset of σ54 promoters. Insulation manifests itself as reduced protein expression for aExpand
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Enhanced gemfibrozil removal from treated wastewater by designed “loopy” clay-polycation sorbents: Effect of diclofenac and effluent organic matter
Abstract Novel clay-polymer nano composites (CPN) were designed for the removal of gemfibrozil (GFZ) from treated wastewater (TWW). The pyridine groups of poly-4-vinylpyridine (PVP) were 100% or 50%Expand
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On-Line Markets for Distributed Object Services: The MAJIC System
We describe a general-purpose architecture for applying economic mechanisms for resource allocation in distributed systems. Expand
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Nano-Ghosts: Biomimetic Membranal Vesicles, Technology and Characterization.
We demonstrate the robustness of the NGs technology, its versatility and a vast range of applications, differentiating it from other BNVs and leading the way towards clinical translation. Expand
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Using synthetic bacterial enhancers to reveal a looping-based mechanism for quenching-like repression
We explore a model for ‘quenching-like' repression by studying synthetic bacterial enhancers, each characterized by a different binding site architecture. To do so, we take a three-pronged approach:Expand
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