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Hard Photon Distributions in e + e − Annihilation Process by QEDPS

Lepton Number Violating e − W + →e + W − and e − e − →W − W − Processes in the Left-Right Gauge Model

Ribonuclease P processes polycistronic tRNA transcripts in Escherichia coli independent of ribonuclease E

RNase E Processing of Essential Cell Division Genes mRNA in Escherichia Coli

eComment. Healing process of a novel zero-porosity vascular graft

The Processes of Life: An Introduction to Molecular Biology. Lawrence E. Hunter.

Processes of Dissimilation and Assimilation in Humankind's Evolution: Will E Pluribus Unum Replace Ex Uno Plures?

Adjacent single-stranded regions mediate processing of tRNA precursors by RNase E direct entry

Pellitteri, J. (2009). Emotional processes in music therapy. Gilsum, NH: Barcelona Publishers. ISBN-10: 1891278517. E-book. ISBN-13: 9781891278518. $44.00

Molecular mechanisms of RNA polymerase—the F/E (RPB4/7) complex is required for high processivity in vitro

Genetic Criticism and the Creative Process: Essays from Music, Literature, and Theatre. Ed. by William Kinderman and Joseph E. Jones.

Pregabalin Induces Hepatic Hypoxia and Increases EndothelialCell Proliferation in Mice, a Process Inhibited by DietaryVitamin E Supplementation

Posttranslational modification of E-cadherin by core fucosylation regulates Src activation and induces epithelial–mesenchymal transition-like process in lung cancer cells

Impact of pnpR, a LysR-type regulator-encoding gene, on the cellular processes of Pseudomonas putida DLL-E4

A Novel Human PACE4 Isoform, PACE4E Is an Active Processing Protease Containing a Hydrophobic Cluster at the Carboxy Terminus

 

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The so-called equilibrium process by which silicon is converted to heavier elements such as iron and nickel through a set of nuclear reactions in certain massive stars. The process is a complex one in which the equilibrium between the rates of certain reactions is important.

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