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... impossible, such as the site-specific linkage of proteins via their N or C termini, when a remaining free...
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..., 11, 12 and 13]. Here, we identify a C. elegans mutant, ric-7, in which mitochondria are unable...
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... and colonization of pathogenic bacteria such as Campylobacter jejuni. Recently, the cell-surface display of C...
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... responses and pathogen avoidance behaviors. We investigated natural variation in C. elegans resistance...
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... histone H3-H4 proteins onto replicating DNA, is required to generate a bilateral asymmetry in the C...
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...The human chaperonin TRiC consists of eight non-identical subunits, and its protein-folding...
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... at NMJs. Synaptic proliferation and retrograde signaling mediated by Syt 4 requires functional C2A and C2B...
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by Ji, Ni, van Oudenaarden, Alexander
Published 2013
...In C. elegans, the expression pattern of a gene provides important clues to understanding its...
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... details are available only in C. elegans and Pristionchus pacificus. To extend our knowledge...
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by Avalos, Ana M., Ploegh, Hidde
Published 2014
... inversion of the CG dinucleotide within the CpG motif to GC (GpC ODNs) renders such ODNs inactive...
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... to recruit regulatory proteins [4]. Recent work found that the inner kinetochore components CENP-C and CENP...
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