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direct selection

direct selection

Directing phage selections towards specific epitopes

A highly sensitive selection method for directed evolution of homing endonucleases

Methods of Covariate Selection: Directed Acyclic Graphs and the Change-in-Estimate Procedure

Re: “Methods of Covariate Selection: Directed Acyclic Graphs and the Change-in-Estimate Procedure”

Direct transformation of a clinical isolate of Candida parapsilosis using a dominant selection marker

Directed Evolution of Thermostable Kanamycin-Resistance Gene: A Convenient Selection Marker for Thermus thermophilus

Armament under direct sexual selection does not exhibit positive allometry in an earwig

Directed evolution of RuBisCO hypermorphs through genetic selection in engineered E.coli

Computational analysis of off-rate selection experiments to optimize affinity maturation by directed evolution

Direct Visualization of thymocyte apoptosis in neglect, acute and steady-state negative selection

In vivo selection of a TCR Vβ repertoire directed against an immunodominant influenza virus CTL epitope

Direct Selection for Paraquat Resistance in Drosophila Results in a Different Extended Longevity Phenotype

Modeling selection criteria of R&D projects for awarding direct subsidies to the private sector

Structural determinants of an internal ribosome entry site that direct translational reading frame selection

DTIE, a novel core promoter element that directs start site selection in TATA-less genes

Selection is more intelligent than design: improving the affinity of a bivalent ligand through directed evolution

A genetic system for direct selection of gene-positive clones during recombinational cloning in yeast


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In sexual selection theory, the situation where her choice of mate directly affects the reproductive success of a female, through increasing her chance of survival, fecundity, survival of her offspring, or her future reproduction. Compare indirect selection.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.

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