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phase sequence n.

phase sequence n.

Phase shift sequences for an adding interferometer

Sharp Thresholds for a Phase Transition Related to Weakly Increasing Sequences

The Evolutionary Gain of Spliceosomal Introns: Sequence and Phase Preferences

The Evolutionary Gain of Spliceosomal Introns: Sequence and Phase Preferences

Association of intron phases with conservation at splice site sequences and evolution of spliceosomal introns.

Gemcitabine and pemetrexed administered in rapid sequence as front-line chemotherapy for advanced non-small-cell lung cancer: a phase II clinical trial

On the role of the post-starburst phase in the buildup of the red sequence of intermediate-redshift clusters

Neisseria meningitidis Undergoes PilC Phase Variation and PilE Sequence Variation during Invasive Disease

OS5.1 Sequence of bevacizumab and lomustine in patients with first progression of a glioblastoma: phase II EORTC study 26101

Relationship of Hepatitis C Genotype 1 NS5A Sequence Mutations to Early Phase Viral Kinetics and Interferon Effectiveness

Human Auditory Cortical Dynamics During Perception of Long Acoustic Sequences: Phase Tracking of Carrier Frequency by the Auditory Steady-state Response


FimE-catalyzed off-to-on inversion of the type 1 fimbrial phase switch and insertion sequence recruitment in an Escherichia coli K-12 fimB strain

Secondary resectability rates observed in a multicenter randomized phase II study of modified capecitabine/irinotecan (mXELIRI) plus bevacizumab (bev) followed by capecitabine/oxaliplatin (XELOX) plus bev or the reverse sequence in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC)

Dose-dense adjuvant chemotherapy in node-positive breast cancer: docetaxel followed by epirubicin/cyclophosphamide (T/EC), or the reverse sequence (EC/T), every 2 weeks, versus docetaxel, epirubicin and cyclophosphamide (TEC) every 3 weeks. AERO B03 randomized phase II study

Three oligotrophic bacterial strains were cultured from the ground water of the deep-well monitoring site S15 of the Siberian radioactive waste depository Tomsk-7, Russia. They were affiliated with Actinobacteria from the genus Microbacterium. The almost fully sequenced 16S rRNA genes of two of the isolates, S15-M2 and S15-M5, were identical to those of cultured representatives of the species Microbacterium oxydans. The third isolate, S15-M4, shared 99.8% of 16S rRNA gene identity with them. The latter isolate possessed a distinct cell morphology as well as carbon source utilization pattern from the M. oxydans strains S15-M2 and S15-M5. The three isolates tolerated equal amounts of uranium, lead, copper, silver and chromium but they differed in their tolerance of cadmium and nickel. The cells of all three strains accumulated high amounts of uranium, i.e. up to 240 mg U (g dry biomass)−1 in the case of M. oxydans S15-M2. X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) analysis showed that this strain precipitated U(VI) at pH 4.5 as a meta-autunite-like phase. At pH 2, the uranium formed complexes with organically bound phosphate groups on the cell surface. The results of the XAS studies were consistent with those obtained by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and energy dispersive X-ray analysis (EDX)


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A group of cell assemblies that tend to excite one another and that constitute a neural basis for the consolidation of learning and memory, according to an influential hypothesis of the Canadian psychologist Donald O(lding) Hebb (1904–85). See also reverberating circuit.

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