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The Bosumtwi meteorite impact structure, Ghana: A magnetic model
Abstract— A magnetic model is proposed for the Bosumtwi meteorite impact structure in Ghana, Africa. This relatively young (∼1.07 Ma) structure with a diameter of ∼10.5 km is exposed within earlyExpand
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Attachment of Lactobacillus casei strain GG to human colon carcinoma cell line Caco‐2: comparison with other dairy strains
The degree of adhesion of Lactobacillus casei strain GG to human Caco‐2 cell line was investigated. Assessment of adhesion was compared to the adhesion of enterotoxigenic human Escherichia coliExpand
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3-D density model of the crust of southern and central Finland obtained from joint interpretation of the SVEKALAPKO crustal P-wave velocity models and gravity data
3-D density model of the crust of southern and central Finland obtained from joint interpretation of the SVEKALAPKO crustal P-wave velocity models and gravity data
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Dose Response Colonisation of Faeces after Oral Administration of Lactobacillus casei Strain GG
Normal healthy volunteers were given freeze-dried Lactobacillus casei strain GG powder per os once a day for 7 d to study the faecal colonisation properties of the strain. The dose levelsExpand
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Enzymatic characterization ofBacilli from food packaging paper and board machines
SummaryAerobic spore-forming bacteria were found dominant in the microflora of food packaging paper and board. Twenty-five strains of bacteria belonging to the genusBacillus were isolated from theseExpand
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Potential fields and subsurface models of Suvasvesi North impact structure, Finland
Abstract The Suvasvesi North (N) impact structure, central-east Finland, has a diameter of about 3.5 km. It is covered by Lake Suvasvesi and lacks a topographic or bathymetric rim. The structure hasExpand
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Functional comparison of the transposition core machineries of phage Mu and Haemophilus influenzae Mu-like prophage Hin-Mu reveals interchangeable components.
Bacteriophage Mu uses DNA transposition for propagation and is a model for transposition studies in general. Recent identification of Mu-like prophages within bacterial genomes offers new materialExpand
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