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Prokaryotic proteins are regulated by pupylation, a type of post-translational modification that contributes to cellular function… Expand Reversible protein phosphorylation is a major mechanism in the regulation of fundamental signalling events in all living… Expand Mycobacteria use a unique system for covalently modifying proteins based on the conjugation of a small protein, referred to as… Expand The protein modifier ubiquitin is a signal for proteasome-mediated degradation in eukaryotes. Proteasome-bearing prokaryotes have… Expand Recently Mycobacterium tuberculosis was shown to possess a novel protein modification, in which a small protein Pup is conjugated… Expand Chapter one introduces the concept of disease emergence and factors associated with emergence. The role of wildlife as reservoirs… Expand The effect of pre- and postnatal maternal dietary fatty acid composition on neurodevelopment in rat pups was studied. Timed… Expand The assessment of behavioral changes produced by prenatal or early postnatal exposure to potentially noxious agents requires both… Expand Based on the literature to-date, the potential of acrylamide (ACRL) to cause developmental neurotoxicity in laboratory animals… Expand Abstract Effects of infant ultrasounds on adult albino rats were investigated through playback of recorded pup calls. Adults were… Expand