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sax protein, Drosophila

Known as: saxa1 protein, Drosophila, saxophone protein, Drosophila, Bkr43E protein, Drosophila 
National Institutes of Health

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Two simultaneous frequencies of quasi-periodic millisecond modulation of the X-ray flux (twin kilohertz quasi-periodic… 
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2003
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2003
We report the results of a Chandra observation of the X-ray-luminous star-forming galaxy Arp 299 (NGC 3690/IC 694). We detect 18… 
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2002
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2002
PKS 2155-304 is one of the brightest blazars in the X-ray band. It was repeatedly monitored with BeppoSAX during three long… 
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2001
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2001
Standard shot-noise models, which seek to explain the broadband noise variability that characterizes the X-ray light curves of X… 
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2001
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2001
The source X-9 was discovered with the Einstein Observatory in the field of M81 and is located in the dwarf galaxy Holmberg IX. X… 
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2000
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2000
Spectroscopic observations of the fast X-ray transient and superluminal jet source SAX J1819.3-2525 (V4641 Sgr) reveal a best…