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Comparison of High-Throughput Sequencing Methods for Monitoring Genetic Changes in Ebolavirus Populations
Amplicon-based sequencing of Ebolavirus is a powerful tool to monitor the genetic changes in the viral population during a drug study. Short amplicons are generated covering the whole virus genome and a library is generated ...
OVEREXPRESSION OF ADENYLATE CYCLASE ISOFORMS ALTERS CELL SIGNALING PATHWAYS IN NF1-NULL MALIGNANT PERIPHERAL NERVE SHEATH TUMORS
The second messenger, cyclic-AMP (cAMP), is produced by ten adenylate cyclase (ADCY) isoforms. Previous studies indicate that ADCY isoforms may lead to either activation or inhibition of cAMP-dependent protein kinase (PKA), ...
THE EFFECTS OF IMPERVIOUS SURFACE, GEOMMORPHOLOGY, AND STREAMBED SCOUR DEPTH ON ESSENTIAL BROOK TROUT HABITAT
Results of this study determined whether percentage of impervious land cover and geomorphology within the upstream drainage area of designated field sites would be predictive of average scour depth and whether this scour ...
Assessing the utility and feasibility of immune function assays to understand Smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) health in the Chesapeake Bay watershed
Skin lesions and mortality events of both adult and young smallmouth bass have occurred in the Chesapeake Bay, an area largely influenced by agriculture and heavily impacted by various toxic contaminants. Co-infections of ...