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The genome organization of the broad bean necrosis virus (BBNV)
The furovirus genome organization and phylogenetic analysis using RdRp and CP amino acid sequences suggest that BBNV is closely related to potato mop-top virus, but is relatively distantly related to other furoviruses.
Effect of honeycomb-patterned surface topography on the adhesion and signal transduction of porcine aortic endothelial cells.
The results suggest that the cellular response to HC-patterned films (e.g., adhesion pattern and phosphorylation of FAK) originates from the regularly aligned adsorption pattern of Fn determined by the pore structure of the film.
A selected strain (RT-101) of rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri Richardson, highly sensitive to IPN virus [Infectious pancreatic necrosis]
Philadelphia (Ph1)-negative myeloid/natural killer cell precursor leukemia evolving during Ph1-positive chronic myelogenous leukemia: report of two cases
Philadelphia (Ph 1 )-negative myeloid/natural killer cell precursor leukemia evolving during Ph 1 -positive chronic myelogenous leukemia: report of two cases
(399) Structures and Pathogenesis of Hop Stunt Viroid (HSVd) : Creation of a HSVd Library with Novel Mutations by Random Genome Shuffling/ Selection between HSVd-Grapevine and -Citrus Isolates
Infectivity of Viroid Chimeras between HSVd-grapevine and -citrus with Different Pathogenicity
Natural killer (NK) cell activity of mice treated with herpes simplex virus type-2, sarcoma-180 cells, cyclosporine and cimetidine.
B/c mice that received a transfer of less than 10(7) NK cells developed a high resistance against viral infections, but mice that receive more than 10 (7) transferred NK cells had a lower resistance to viral infections than the control mice or mice receiving less than 5(5)NK cells.