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Expression and secretion of human alpha 1(I) procollagen fragment by Hansenula polymorpha as compared to Pichia pastoris
Selection of high-affinity RNA ligands to reverse transcriptase: Inhibition of cDNA synthesis and RNase H activity
Characterization of a Rous sarcoma virus mutant defective in packaging its own genomic RNA: Biological properties of mutant TK15 and mutant-induced transformants.
Cyanogen bromide digestion of the avian myeloblastosis virus pp19 protein: Isolation of an amino-terminal peptide that binds to viral RNA.
Comparisons of the genomic RNA of Arkansas DPI embryonic passages 10 and 100, Australian T, and Massachusetts 41 strains of infectious bronchitis virus.
Poly(A) RNA in Escherichia coli : Nucleotide sequence at the junction of the lpp transcript and the polyadenylate moiety.
Initiation of (-) strand DNA synthesis from tRNA sub(3) super(Lys) on lentiviral RNAs: Implications of specific HIV-1 RNA-tRNA3 Lys interactions inhibiting primer utilization by retroviral reverse transcriptases
Application of RNA: DNA ratios to evaluate the condition and growth of larval and juvenile red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus)
Areas of Critical Environmental Concern (ACECs), Research Natural Areas (RNAs), and Outstanding Natural Areas (ONAs) of Idaho
ACECs are areas where special management is needed to protect important historical, cultural, or scenic values, fish and wildlife resources, or other natural systems or processes, or to identify areas hazardous to human life and property. Criteria for ACECs can be found at: BLM Manual 1613 and 43 CFR 1610.7-2(b). RNAs are areas where natural processes are allowed to predominate and which is preserved for the primary purposes of research and education. Under current BLM policy, RNAs must meet the relevance and importance criteria of ACECs and are designated as ACECs. Criteria for RNAs can be found at: BLM Manual 1613 and 43 CFR 1610.7-2(b). ONAs are areas with high scenic values that have been little altered by human...
Deletions Within the Transformation-Specific RNA Sequences of Acute Leukemia Virus MC29 Give Rise to Partially Transformation-Defective Mutants.