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Immunoglobulin G Anticardiolipin Antibodies and Progression to Q Fever Endocarditis

Renormalization of Gauge-Invariant Operators for the Structure Function g 2(x, Q 2)

q-Structure Algebra ofU q(ĝ) from Its Adjoint Action

RecQ-core of BLM unfolds telomeric G-quadruplex in the absence of ATP

The high kinetic stability of a G-quadruplex limits hnRNP F qRRM3 binding to G-tract RNA

A calreticulin/gC1qR complex prevents cells from dying: a conserved mechanism from arthropods to humans

A calreticulin/gC1qR complex prevents cells from dying: a conserved mechanism from arthropods to humans

Modification of GerQ Reveals a Functional Relationship between Tgl and YabG in the Coat of Bacillus subtilis Spores

L41Q polymorphism of the G protein coupled receptor kinase 5 is associated with left ventricular apical ballooning syndrome

p32/gC1qR is indispensable for fetal development and mitochondrial translation: importance of its RNA-binding ability

The isolation of CpG islands from human chromosomal regions 11q13 and Xp22 by segregation of partly melted molecules

The G140S mutation in HIV integrases from raltegravir-resistant patients rescues catalytic defect due to the resistance Q148H mutation

Rice G-protein subunits qPE9-1 and RGB1 play distinct roles in abscisic acid responses and drought adaptation

Anti-C1q antibodies and IgG subclass distribution in sera from Chinese patients with lupus nephritis

Sperm chromosome analysis in the father of a child with a de-novo reciprocal translocation t(11;15)(q12;q22) by G-banding and fluorescence in-situ hybridization.

Assessing CpG island methylator phenotype, 1p/19q codeletion, and MGMT promoter methylation from epigenome-wide data in the biomarker cohort of the NOA-04 trial

Promoter CpG island hypermethylation- and H3K9me3 and H3K27me3-mediated epigenetic silencing targets the deleted in colon cancer (DCC) gene in colorectal carcinogenesis without affecting neighboring genes on chromosomal region 18q21


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This quartet formed in New York, USA and comprised Keith ‘Sabu’ Crier (who subsequently changed his name and enjoyed solo success as Keith Sweat, on bass/vocals), Emmanuel Rahiem LeBlanc (guitar/lead ...

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