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Index influenza A virus subtype H5N1 isolated from a human in 1997 differs in its receptor-binding properties from a virulent avian influenza virus
Molecular characterization of the complete genome of human influenza H5N1 virus isolates from Thailand
Mutations within the 5' half of the avian retrovirus MC29 v-myc gene alter or abolish transformation of chicken embryo fibroblasts and macrophages.
Major Adult alpha -Globin Gene of Antarctic Teleosts and Its Remnants in the Hemoglobinless Icefishes. Calibration of the mutational clock for nuclear genes
Alzheimer's Presenilin-1 Mutation Potentiates Inositol 1,4,5-Trisphosphate-Mediated Calcium Signaling in Xenopus Oocytes
Expansion of a Unique Region in the Marek's Disease Virus Genome Occurs Concomitantly with Attenuation but Is Not Sufficient To Cause Attenuation
Genome sequence analysis of the avian retrovirus causing so-called fowl glioma and the promoter activity of the long terminal repeat
The explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant on 26 April 1986 released vast amounts of radioactive material over an area of 200,000 km2 in eastern and central Europe, affecting all living organisms. The biological impacts including the conservation consequences of this event are still poorly known even 25 years after the disaster. Here we assess the effects of this environmental disaster for conservation by focusing on two connected questions addressing the short-term ecological and the long-term evolutionary consequences: First, we pose the question of whether rare species are more impacted by radiation than common species? Second, what are the conservation consequences of elevated mutation rates due to the...
Processing of avian retroviral gag polyprotein precursors is blocked by a mutation at the NC-PR cleavage site.
cis-acting intron mutations that affect the efficiency of avian retroviral RNA splicing: Implication for mechanisms of control.
Overlapping retrovirus U5 sequence elements are required for efficient integration and initiation of reverse transcription.
Ontogeny of the v-erbA oncoprotein from the thyroid hormone receptor: An alteration in the DNA binding domain plays a role crucial for v-erbA function.