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Mitochondrial m.1584A 12S m6 2A rRNA methylation in families with m.1555A>G associated hearing loss

Tong, S., Bryant, R. P., and Horvath, M. A. H. (2009).Understanding Criminal Investigation

The 5S rRNA maturase, ribonuclease M5, is a Toprim domain family member

Serengeti III: Human impacts on ecosystem dynamics. A. R. E. Sinclair, C. Packer, S. A. R. Mduma, and J. M. Fryxell, editors.

Lay of a Last Survivor: Beowulf, Great War Memorials, and M.R. James’s ‘A Warning to the Curious’

Yeast Rrp8p, a novel methyltransferase responsible for m1A 645 base modification of 25S rRNA

Thomas Inskip of Shefford: The Antiquary who Inspired Mr Baxter in M. R. James’s ‘A View from a Hill’

A single methyltransferase YefA (RlmCD) catalyses both m5U747 and m5U1939 modifications in Bacillus subtilis 23S rRNA

In situ detection of a virulence factor mRNA and 16S rRNA in Listeria monocytogenes

Biodefense Principles and Pathogens Edited By M. S. Bronze and R. A. Greenfield Norfolk, United Kingdom: Horizon Bioscience, 2005. 838 pp. $380.00 (hardcover)

Functional dichotomy in the 16S rRNA (m1A1408) methyltransferase family and control of catalytic activity via a novel tryptophan mediated loop reorganization

A. D. Cliff, M. R. Smallman-Raynor, P. Haggett, D. F. Stroup and S. B. Thacker, Emergence and Re-Emergence: Infectious Disease: A Geographical Analysis

ARC‐1, a sequence element complementary to an internal 18S rRNA segment, enhances translation efficiency in plants when present in the leader or intercistronic region of mRNAs

Retinal venous sheathing in optic neuritis: its significance for the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis. By S. Lightman, W. I. McDonald, A. C. Bird, D. A. Francis, A. Hoskins, J. R. Batchelor and A. M. Halliday. Brain 1987: 110; 405–414

Temporomandibular Disorders: A Clinical Approach (1995) R. J. M. Gray, S. J. Davies and A. A. Quayle British Dental Journal, 64 Great Wimpole Street, London WIN 8AL. Price: UK £16.95 Overseas £26.00 ISBN:0-904588-44-0

(i) On right or left sided spasm at the onset of epileptic paroxysms, and on crude sensation warnings, and elaborate mental states. By J. Hughlings Jackson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. Physician to the London Hospital, and to the National Hospital for the Epileptic and Paralysed. Brain 1880: 2; 192–206. With (ii) On a particular variety of epilepsy (‘intellectual aura’), one case with symptoms of organic brain disease. By J. Hughlings Jackson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. Brain 1888: 11; 179–207. With (iii) Case of epilepsy with tasting movements and ‘dreamy state’—very small patch of softening in the left uncinate gyrus. By J. Hughlings Jackson, M.D., F.R.C.P., LL.D., F.R.S. and Walter S. Colman, MD, F.R.C.P. Brain 1898: 21; 580–590. With (iv) Epileptic attacks with a warning of a crude sensation of smell and with the intellectual aura (dreamy state) in a patient who had symptoms pointing to gross organic disease of the right temporo-sphenoidal lobe. By J. Hughlings Jackson M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. Physician to the National Hospital for the Epileptic and Paralysed and Purves Stewart, M.A., M.D., M.R.C.P Assistant-Physician to the Westminster Hospital. Brain 1899: 22; 535–549.

288.1a. Southwark. M. 30 Nov. ⟨'72⟩. From Mrs. Thrale to J at (?) Lichfield. Address: To Mr S: Johnson. (The full address was, no doubt, on a franked cover.) R 539.9.—

The Delafield Commission and the American Military Profession. By Matthew Moten. College Station: Texas A&M University Press and Educating the U.S. Army: Arthur L. Wagner and Reform, 1875–1905. By T. R. Brereton. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press


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