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Characterization of Magnaporthe oryzae Chrysovirus 1 Structural Proteins and Their Expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
ABSTRACT Magnaporthe oryzae chrysovirus 1 (MoCV1), which is associated with an impaired growth phenotype of its host fungus, harbors four major proteins: P130 (130 kDa), P70 (70 kDa), P65 (65 kDa),Expand
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Evolution by gene duplication revisited: differentiation of regulatory elements versus proteins
For evolution by gene duplication, differentiation of both regulatory elements and proteins is important. Particularly the former is thought to have large effects on morphological evolution, sinceExpand
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Nuclear selection in monokaryotic oidium formation from dikaryotic mycelia in a basidiomycete,Pholiota nameko
The effect of nuclear dominance in monokaryotic oidium formation from dikaryotic mycelia inPholiota nameko was examined. Over 90% of oidium isolates from dikaryotic mycelia were monokaryotic.Expand
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Antimutagens and their modes of action.
Agents suppressing cellular mutagenesis have been known for some time, and their modes of action have been analyzed in the field of bacterial genetics (8, 49). More recently, a number of mutagensExpand
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Soluble vascular cell-adhesion molecule-1 and soluble intercellular adhesion molecule-1 correlate with lipid and apolipoprotein risk factors for coronary artery disease in children
Abstract Atherosclerosis begins in childhood and progresses from fatty streaks to raised lesions in adolescence and young adulthood. This process is accelerated in children with risk factors forExpand
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Predominance of large low density lipoprotein particles and lower fractional esterification rate of cholesterol in high density lipoprotein in children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
Abstract Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a major cause of death in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Qualitative changes in low density lipoprotein (LDL) and high densityExpand
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Depressed natural killer cell activity due to decreased natural killer cell population in a vitamin E-deficient patient with Shwachman syndrome: reversible natural killer cell abnormality by
Abstract Natural Killer (NK) cell activity was examined in a 16-month-old Japanese boy with Shwachman syndrome associated with severe vitamin E deficiency. As evaluated by 51Cr-release assay fromExpand
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Follow up study on children with dyslipidaemia detected by mass screening at 18 months of age: effect of 12 months dietary treatment
The present study was done to evaluate the effect of short-term dietary therapy on 148 dyslipidaemic children (24 familial hypercholesterolaemia, 105 non-familial hypercholesterolaemia and 19Expand
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Surfactant therapy for respiratory failure due to near-drowning
We report a nearly drowned 3-year-old boy who was treated successfully with exogenous bovine surfactant. Exogenous surfactant should be administered to patients with refractory respiratory failureExpand
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