1 r the increased primate cortex computational abilities.
2 ctures of nearby flock-mates, and remarkable ability either to sense or predict it.
3 This ability may be critical when tumor-cell scarcity or the
4 We found that the virus-neutralizing abilities of the 10 most potent samples correlated with
5 redundant transporters are likely given the ability of a chvE-mmsAB deletion strain to grow, albeit
6 Co-transmission, the ability of a neuron to release multiple transmitters, ha
7 ntified differences in the viral replicative ability of and in disease severity caused by these H5N1
8 hosphorylation is a crucial regulator of the ability of Ascl1 to drive neuronal differentiation and m
9 The ability of certain organisms to completely regenerate lo
10 t ecological interactions among species, the ability of coral reefs to modify their own chemistry, ad
11 After spinal cord injury (SCI), poor ability of damaged axons of the central nervous system (
12 The ability of Galpha12 to decrease p53 levels, as a result
13 confer resistance to these drugs reduce the ability of HIV-1 to reproduce (that is, they decrease vi
14 The ability of influenza virus to release its genome under d
15 show that one such gene, MTSS1, promotes the ability of melanocytic cells to metastasize and engages
16 Depletion of IgG2 to O-antigen restores the ability of sera to kill strains with long-chain O-antige
17 tic information, although it complicates the ability of the cell to independently regulate the produc
18 this effect is strongly correlated with the ability of the ferromagnetic to form dilute local magnet
19 Successful infection depends on the ability of the pathogen to gain nutrients from the host.
20 ntrol of HR was found to be dependent on the ability of the PSNS to modulate the HR as it was progres
21 between the ExsA-binding sites restored the ability of the second ExsA monomer to bind the PexsC pro
22 e and function is now a key challenge to our abilities to better manage microbiome health.
23 inations as a DNA-priming strategy for their abilities to elicit humoral and cellular responses again
24 h multiple cellular functions, including the ability to act as a potent defense against vaccinia viru
25 t structurally related groups based on their ability to activate AhR mutants at position 319 in vitro
26 . aureus as a pathogen is due in part to its ability to adapt to stressful environments.
27 ry than to stimulatory FcRs, and has limited ability to aggregate pathogens.
28 represents a significant improvement in our ability to analyze the contribution of TEs to genome fun
29 cranial neural crest (CNC) is unique in its ability to contribute to both facial skeleton and periph
30 This ability to control the stacking order in graphene opens
31 with ELOB/C or CUL2, respectively, lost the ability to counteract bovine A3 proteins.
32 The a priori ability to design electromagnetic wave propagation is cr
33 system's superiority is attributable to its ability to differentiate the dynamics of genuine express
34 K562 cells showed a reduced ability to differentiate to erythrocytes and megakaryocy
35 us, the cortical networks  underlying the ability to dynamically update the location of a perceive
36 the E2RE were not markedly impaired in their ability to induce B cell transformation in vitro.
37 Despite its ability to infect all mammals, Rabies virus persists in
38 the most expressed Env proteins retain their ability to make a protein.
39 roteins with a high affinity and recover the ability to mediate efficient infection of cells.
40 r that epithelial cells possess an intrinsic ability to organize into polarized structures, the mecha
41 ith a corresponding change in the filament's ability to regulate ABPs and myosin motor activity.
42 The ability to reprogram adult somatic cells into pluripoten
43 ficient in the IL-17 receptor or lacking the ability to secrete IL-17 are highly susceptible to syste
44 ese results suggest that, in addition to its ability to stimulate lipolysis, NE induces energy expend
45 expressed in Escherichia coli confirmed its ability to synthesize diCQAs in vitro.
46 al and classical populations demonstrated an ability to transmigrate through endothelial monolayers.
47 How did the animal-adapted strains lose the ability to transmit between humans?
48 self-renewal and pluripotency as well as the ability to undergo differentiation that gives rise to al
49 Tube-forming ability was clearly inhibited, when the BLU gene is expr
50 Chimpanzees are thought to share these abilities with humans as a result of common ancestry 
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