R. Jernigan

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Because of its appealing simplicity, the anisotropic network model (ANM) has been widely accepted and applied to study many molecular motion problems: such as the molecular mechanisms of GroEL-GroES function, allosteric changes in hemoglobin, ribosome motion, motor-protein motions, and conformational changes in general, etc. However, the validity of the ANM(More)
The microbial populations in PCB-contaminated electric power substation capacitor bank soil (TVA soil) and from another PCB-contaminated site (New England soil) were compared to determine their potential to degrade PCB. Known biphenyl operon genes were used as gene probes in colony hybridizations and in dot blots of DNA extracted from the soil to monitor(More)
Molecular diagnostic methods using DNA hybridization with specific gene probes are being developed for the monitoring of microbial populations capable of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) degradation in contaminated soils. Evaluation of composite samples from contaminated electrical substation soil by gas chromatography (GC) indicated that the PCBs present in(More)
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