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  1. The hrp genes of the plant pathogen Ralstonia solanacearum are key pathogenicity determinants; they encode a type III protein secretion machinery involved in the secretion of mediators of the bacterium-plant interaction. These hrp genes are under…
  2. Low-affinity extracellular protein interactions are critical for cellular recognition processes, but existing methods to detect them are limited in scale, making genome-wide interaction screens technically challenging. To address this, we report…
  3. Dermoscopy is useful for skin cancer screening, but a detailed approach is required that integrates this tool into a rational clinical work flow. To investigate clinician perceptions and behavior in approaching patients with skin tumors, a survey…
  4. Pleckstrin homology (PH) and phosphotyrosine binding (PTB) domains are structurally related regulatory modules that are present in a variety of proteins involved in signal transduction, such as kinases, phospholipases, GTP exchange proteins, and…
  5. AIM: This paper reports a study examining the hand hygiene knowledge, beliefs and practices of Italian nursing and medical students with the aim of informing undergraduate curricula.\n\nBACKGROUND: In comparison with registered nurses, physician…
  6. Angiogenesis is an essential step for the growth and spread of malignant tumors. Accurate detection and quantification of tumor angiogenesis is important for early diagnosis of cancers as well as post therapy assessment of antiangiogenic drugs. The…
  7. A major impediment to the commercialization and cultivation of transgenic fish is the potential ecological risks they pose to natural environments: a problem that could be solved by the production of sterile transgenic fish. Here, we have developed…
  8. Biological research and development are routinely producing terabytes of data that need to be organized, queried and reduced to useful scientific knowledge. Even though data integration can provide solutions to such biological problems, it is often…
  9. The recent invasion of starry stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa, (Desv.) J.Grove) may easily represent the greatest challenge to lake management professionals, regulators, recreation, and the biological integrity of inland lakes in the history of lake…
  10. Question: Will a non-indigenous, invasive, understorey shrub, such as Lonicera maackii (Amur honeysuckle) have an impact on the productivity of overstorey trees in hardwood forests? Location: Trees from 12 invaded and four non-invaded sites were…
  11. Tuberculosis is a serious global health problem caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis. There is an urgent need for discovery and development of new treatments, but this can only be accomplished through rapid and reproducible M.…
  12. PURPOSE A first-in-human clinical trial of a fully human, Fc-engineered IgG1 monoclonal antibody targeting integrin α5β1 was conducted to evaluate tolerability, maximum tolerated dose, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and preliminary anti-tumor…
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