1 It has been thought for decades that the dental mesenchymal ste
2 It has long been thought that transcription is not required for zygo
3 as autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa, are thought to arise due to haploinsufficiency caused by
4 doglycan, while LytR-CpsA-Psr (LCP) proteins are thought to attach teichoic acid polymers and capsula
5 and Alaska during the last deglaciation and are thought to be a net source of atmospheric methane an
6 In bacteria, cell growth and division are thought to be coupled through a cell size threshold.
7 m formation in this bacterium, both of which are thought to be important for disease progression.
8 epidemic history and migration trends of HCV are thought to be unique and complex but variable among
9 Humans and laboratory animals are thought to discriminate sensory objects using elemen
10 nit (Scc1), cohesin's Smc1 and Smc3 subunits are thought to form tripartite rings that mediate sister
11 irected mutagenesis to explore residues that are thought to form two electrostatic countercharge cent
12 from the motor cortex to the auditory cortex are thought to have a critical role in normal hearing an
13 Shifts between alternative AMOC states are thought to have played a role in past abrupt climate
14 Such correlations are thought to limit information, which has led to the s
15 h, together with immunoregulatory functions, are thought to limit the potential for inflammatory dama
16 In skeletal muscle, nesprin 1 and desmin are thought to link the nucleus to the cytoskeletal netw
17 ymerase II (Pol2) and elongation factor Spt5 are thought to orchestrate cotranscriptional capping of
18 Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) are thought to play important roles in regulating gene t
19 Synapses are thought to present large ATP demands; however, it is
20 reotype path rostrally along the pharynx and are thought to reach their target sites via active migra
21 Chimpanzees are thought to share these abilities with humans as a re
22 led in part by regulatory T cells (Treg) and are thought to sometimes be initiated by viral infection
23 Organic matter (OM) stoichiometry had been thought to control the balance between the two majo
24 HIV has long been thought to fuse directly with the cell plasma membr
25 izes N-linked N,N'-diacetylchitobiose, which is thought to accumulate in cells experiencing severe gl
26 ith protracted use the dorsolateral striatum is thought to assume control over drug seeking.
27 Cultural conformity is thought to be a key factor in the evolution of comple
28 factors is usually slow and inefficient and is thought to be a stochastic process.
29 piblast cells are pluripotent and their fate is thought to be constrained principally by their positi
30 r the learning of environmental patterns and is thought to be important for many aspects of perceptio
31 ess driven, and melanocyte death in vitiligo is thought to be instigated by a highly pro-oxidant stat
32 The oocyte-to-embryo transition (OET) is thought to be mainly driven by post-transcriptional g
33 ne fusion, which in Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is thought to be mediated by the refolding of glycoprote
34 Melanoma is thought to be oxidative stress driven, and melanocyte
35 The large capacity of episodic memory is thought to be supported by the emergence of distinct
36 ent-of-origin dependence, genomic imprinting is thought to contribute to the aberrant phenotypes obse
37 transcription factor (UBTF, also called UBF) is thought to function exclusively in RNA polymerase I (
38 The hippocampus is thought to have a critical role in episodic memory by
39 sibly be linked to tropical expansion, which is thought to have anthropogenic contributions.
40 ll signaling pathways by the HBV HBx protein is thought to influence the development of HBV-associate
41 neous activity before the onset of sensation is thought to influence this process, but this conclusio
42 ng the delay of spatial working memory tasks is thought to maintain spatial location in memory.
43 By rapidly reducing P680(*+), the relay is thought to mitigate recombination reactions, thereby
44 e and other neurotransmitters by astrocytes, is thought to play a critical role in many brain functio
45 V genome; HBx stimulates HBV replication and is thought to play an important role in the development
46 ceptors, and cleavage by tolloid proteinases is thought to relieve this inhibition.
47 EBOV is thought to share many mechanistic features with well-
48 Unregulated Ca(2+) entry is thought to underlie muscular dystrophy.
49 Until recently, Rsk activation was thought to be exclusively initiated by Erk1/2, but i
50 While tip and stalk cells previously were thought to be stable and have static phenotypes wit
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