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Enhanced Recombinant Protein Productivity by Genome Reduction in Bacillus subtilis
The emerging field of synthetic genomics is expected to facilitate the generation of microorganisms with the potential to achieve a sustainable society. One approach towards this goal is theExpand
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Copper and iron isotope fractionation during weathering and pedogenesis: Insights from saprolite profiles
Abstract Iron and copper isotopes are useful tools to track redox transformation and biogeochemical cycling in natural environment. To study the relationships of stable Fe and Cu isotopic variationsExpand
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Zinc isotope evidence for intensive magmatism immediately before the end-Permian mass extinction
The end-Permian extinction is typically ascribed to massive volcanic eruptions, but direct geochemical evidence linking the two independent events is generally lacking. Zinc is an importantExpand
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Synthesis of higher diamondoids and implications for their formation in petroleum.
triamantane (3) and so forth, can be prepared by chemical synthesis. Of the higher diamondoids, i.e., those that have isomeric forms, only C2h-symmetric [121]tetramantane (4 a) has been prepared inExpand
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Zinc, cadmium and sulfur isotope fractionation in a supergiant MVT deposit with bacteria
Abstract Zinc (Zn) and cadmium (Cd) are two important biological-sensitive elements, and their isotopes are strongly fractionated during biological processes. To develop the potential application ofExpand
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Cu isotopes reveal initial Cu enrichment in sources of giant porphyry deposits in a collisional setting
Porphyry copper deposits (PCDs) represent the most important type of Cu reservoir on Earth, but the mechanism of Cu enrichment in PCDs is debated due to the lack of direct constraints. This issue mayExpand
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Basaltic and Solution Reference Materials for Iron, Copper and Zinc Isotope Measurements
Iron, Cu and Zn stable isotope systems are applied in constraining a variety of geochemical and environmental processes. Secondary reference materials have been developed by the Institute of Geology,Expand
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Copper isotope fractionation during sulfide-magma differentiation in the Tulaergen magmatic Ni–Cu deposit, NW China
Abstract Although it has been recently demonstrated that Cu isotope fractionation during mantle melting and basaltic magma differentiation is limited, the behavior of Cu isotopes during magmaticExpand
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Redox reactions control Cu and Fe isotope fractionation in a magmatic Ni-Cu mineralization system
Abstract Copper and Fe are redox-sensitive metals, and their isotopic compositions may potentially record changes of oxidation conditions in high-temperature magmatic Ni–Cu mineralization systems.Expand
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Zircon geochronology, geochemistry and stable isotopes of the Wang’ershan gold deposit, Jiaodong Peninsula, China
Abstract The Early Cretaceous gold deposits of the Jiaodong Peninsula, eastern China, define China’s largest gold province with an overall endowment estimated more than 3000 t Au. The Wang’ershanExpand
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