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Bordetella pertussis establishes infection by attaching to epithelial cells of the respiratory tract. One of its adhesins is filamentous haemagglutinin (FHA), a 500-A-long secreted protein that is rich in beta-structure and contains two regions, R1 and R2, of tandem 19-residue repeats. Two models have been proposed in which the central shaft is (i) a(More)
Four hundred and eighty-four adolescents and young adults at an inpatient psychiatric facility were diagnosed as nonverbal learning disabled, verbal learning disabled, general learning disabled, or normal psychiatric controls. The nonverbal learning disabled group had the highest incidence of depression and was clearly different from the reading disabled(More)
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