Form of a statute' against R. D. Hampden
Review: Proust, the Body and Literary Form
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the Body and Literary Form
Reliability and validity of WAIS-R short forms in schizophrenia
R-form lipopolysaccharides (LPS) of Gram-negative bacteria as possible vaccine antigens
Inhibition of acid production in Streptococcus mutans R9 by formic acid
The conceptual organization: An emergent organizational form for collaborative R&D
A short form of the WAIS-R for assessing cognitive functioning in systemic lupus erythematosus
A comparison of nine WAIS-R short forms in moderate to severe brain injuries
Test-retest reliability of the WAIS-R seven-subset short form
Unconventional miR-122 binding stabilizes the HCV genome by forming a trimolecular RNA structure
A′-form RNA double helix in the single crystal structure of r(UGAGCUUCGGCUC)
Human telomeric RNA r(UAGGGU) sequence forms parallel tetraplex structure with U-quartet
pqsfinder: an exhaustive and imperfection-tolerant search tool for potential quadruplex-forming sequences in R
B-form to A-form conversion by a 3′-terminal ribose: crystal structure of the chimera d(CCACTAGTG)r(G)
RecR forms a ring-like tetramer that encircles dsDNA by forming a complex with RecF
Isolation and analysis of a circular form of the IncJ conjugative transposon-like elements, R391 and R997: implications for IncJ incompatibility
Escherichia coli low-copy-number plasmid R1 centromere parC forms a U-shaped complex with its binding protein ParR
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1abbr. for relaxed form (of a protein).
2 R‐form (hyphenated) abbr. for rough form; describing bacterial colonies with a jagged perimeter.
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