Murilo de Souza

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The cryIIIA gene encoding a coleopteran-specific toxin is poorly expressed in Bacillus thuringiensis when cloned in a low-copy-number plasmid. This weak expression is observed when the gene is cloned only with its promoter and its putative terminator. cryIIIA gene expression was analyzed by using deletion derivatives of a larger DNA fragment carrying the(More)
The persistent hypoglossal artery (PHA) is the second most common persistent embryological carotid-basilar connection and usually represents an incidental finding in cerebral arteriograms. The hypoglossal artery connects the primordial carotid artery with the longitudinal neural arteries, which later form the basilar artery. The PHA leaves the internal(More)
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