M. de Gruyter

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Using a previously described vector (pKL203) we fused several heterologous ribosomal binding sites (RBSs) to the lacZ gene of E. coli and then studied the variation in expression of the fusions. The RBSs originated from bacteriophage Q beta and MS2 genes and the E. coli genes for elongation factor EF-Tu A and B and ribosomal protein L11 (rplK). The(More)
1. Goal: In this paper, I investigate the nature of homophones. It has been traditionally assumed that homophones are linguistic objects that sound the same, but differ in meaning claim that the traditional accounts are missing an ingredient. I show that homophones differ not only in meaning but also in syntactic structure, leaving just the sound the same.(More)
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