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Common patterns in type II restriction enzyme binding sites

A Re-examination of Three Wessex-type Sites Little Woodbury, Gussage All Saints, and Winnall Down

Oviposition Site Preference and Egg Hatchability of Anopheles gambiae: Effects of Land Cover Types

Do local anaesthetics interact with dihydropyridine binding sites on neuronal L-type Ca2+ channels?

Re: Impact of the entry site on late outcome in acute Stanford type B aortic dissection

Impact of the entry site on late outcome in acute Stanford type B aortic dissection

006IMPACT OF ENTRY SITE ON LATE OUTCOME IN ACUTE STANFORD TYPE B AORTIC DISSECTION

Influence of organ site and tumor cell type on MUC1-specific tumor immunity

Prediction, conservation analysis, and structural characterization of mammalian mucin-type O-glycosylation sites

Breeding birds in hemiboreal clear-cuts: tree-retention effects in relation to site type

Diversity of Type II restriction endonucleases that require two DNA recognition sites

Nucleotide-Binding Sites in V-Type Na+-ATPase from Enterococcus hirae

iPTM-mLys: identifying multiple lysine PTM sites and their different types

Genome-Wide Surveillance of Genital Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 From Multiple Anatomic Sites Over Time

Ser298 of MITF, a mutation site in Waardenburg syndrome type 2, is a phosphorylation site with functional significance

Single-site DNA cleavage by Type III restriction endonuclease requires a site-bound enzyme and a trans-acting enzyme that are ATPase-activated

Quantitative determination of occupation sites of trace Co substituted for multiple Fe sites in M-type hexagonal ferrite using statistical beam-rocking TEM-EDXS analysis

Genetic typing of the 56-kDa type-specific antigen gene of contemporary Orientia tsutsugamushi isolates causing human scrub typhus at two sites in north-eastern and western Thailand

 

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A place, usually an excavated site or the site of a major discovery, that gives its name to a culture, cultural period, tradition, or artefact type because it provided the first recognized, best studied, or most representative example.

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