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Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli are the most important human enteropathogens among the campylobacters. The objective of this study was to determine how diversity in Campylobacter populations found on chicken carcasses collected from 17 broiler processing plants in the United States is impacted by processing. Genetic diversity was determined for… (More)
Lattice nitrogen within the catalyst Co(3)Mo(3)N is both reactive and likely highly mobile, enabling potential novel nitrogen transfer pathways; evidence suggests that loss and subsequent regain of lattice nitrogen in the system reversibly cycles through the previously unknown nitride, Co(6)Mo(6)N.
A simple assay for proteins in the low nanogram range is described. Proteins are bound to nitrocellulose paper in a band, stained with the commercially available colloidal gold stain AuroDye (a registered trademark of Jansen Life Sciences Products), and quantified by scanning densitometry: 1.25 to 20 ng of protein can be consistently measured. Variation in… (More)