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Cloning and Expression of the Haloalkane Dehalogenase Gene dhmA from Mycobacterium avium N85 and Preliminary Characterization of DhmA
ABSTRACT Haloalkane dehalogenases are microbial enzymes that catalyze cleavage of the carbon-halogen bond by a hydrolytic mechanism. Until recently, these enzymes have been isolated only fromExpand
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Telomerase activity in pig granulosa cells proliferating and differentiating in vitro.
The aim of the work was to analyze the telomerase activity (TA) in two different populations of pig granulosa cells (GC) proliferating and differentiating in vitro: (a) in relatively undifferentiatedExpand
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An Experimental Release of Rehabilitated Wild-Caught Sumatran Laughingthrush Garrulax bicolor: Assessment of Post-Release Survival and Dispersal Via Radio-Telemetry, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Abstract Decline of biodiversity, especially in tropical areas and rainforests, due to human activity is a serious global issue. Recovery programs, including reintroductions, are one means ofExpand
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Absence of maternal cell contamination in mesenchymal stromal cell cultures derived from equine umbilical cord tissue.
This study aimed to determine whether maternal cell contamination exists in cells derived from equine umbilical cord tissue, a perspective material for cell-based therapies in veterinary medicine.Expand
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Diversity of the TLR4 Immunity Receptor in Czech Native Cattle Breeds Revealed Using the Pacific Biosciences Sequencing Platform
ABSTRACT The allelic variants of immunity genes in historical breeds likely reflect local infection pressure and therefore represent a reservoir for breeding. Screening to determine the diversity ofExpand
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Cloning, expression and preliminary characterization of novelhaloalkane dehalogenase DhmA from Mycobacterium avium N85
Haloalkane dehalogenases are microbial enzymes catalyzing the cleavage of carbon-halogen bond by a hydrolytic mechanism. Until recently, these enzymes have only been isolated from bacteria living inExpand