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1 C (PKC) would contribute to these behavioral changes.
2 , and thereby diminish TBI-induced edematous changes.
3 es rapidly swell and undergo distinct colour changes.
4 expression that are translated into enduring changes.
5 a choice task in which the available rewards changed across blocks of trials.
6  stresses, which are increasing with climate change, adversely affect photosynthetic carbon metabolis
7                                Both missense changes affect conserved amino acids, are predicted to b
8 ructural changes in AdV5 hexon and how these changes affect dynein binding.
9                        However, most genetic changes are transient, continuously being removed by pur
10 etween RNA variants and to detect structural changes caused by subtle mutations.
11 ngs further suggest the only somatic genetic change clearly attributable to the c.3920T>A mutation is
12 ction, and the genome of Paratyphi A has not changed dramatically over centuries.
13 lished data, which show that the results can change drastically if the correct form of cross-validati
14 n approximately 50% reduction in Vmax but no change in apparent Ks.
15 amount of work from the system, equal to its change in free energy.
16 mary endpoints of this study are vasomotion (change in mean lumen diameter before and after nitrate a
17 dow where sound is overdamped, we identify a change in the long-time decay of the correlation functio
18 ntrast, the system was highly sensitive to a change in the stress upon herbivorous fishes.
19            The distribution of these subsets changed in the context of a systemic helminth (Wuchereri
20 ow-pH exposure induces reversible structural changes in AdV5 hexon and how these changes affect dynei
21 r the first time experimental information on changes in affinity with three-dimensional structures of
22 elayed axonal degeneration driven in part by changes in axoglial contact and axonal energy metabolism
23 species, D. birchii, due in part to multiple changes in cis-regulatory sequences of mFAS.
24 ction and dual antiplatelet treatment affect changes in cognitive function over time in patients with
25 ir, as well as for transcription by allowing changes in DNA topology.
26 vestigations to imaging network connectivity changes in epilepsy syndromes, and testing specific mech
27 ons may have evolved through gene expression changes in RG.
28 he properties of these trajectories to infer changes in species distributions.
29 and the canopy backscatter anomaly caused by changes in structure and moisture in upper forest layers
30 cal transcriptome in response to IAV-induced changes in the environment.
31 sinophil) infiltrate and was associated with changes in the expression levels of multiple inflammator
32 m the tropics is apparently linked to marked changes in the mean meridional structure of environmenta
33                 Our data demonstrate complex changes in the pneumococcal transcriptome in response to
34 to give rise to organ-specific, long-lasting changes in vascular architecture.
35  signals in the form of a pronounced voltage change, indicating imminent penetration of dendrites thr
36  highly efficient system to reverse engineer changes into replication-competent NiV and HeV, which fa
37 te that the mode of action of this molecular change is to effectively lock into place an early larval
38 e highly vulnerable to the impact of climate change, made worse by financial insecurity.
39                       Thereby conformational changes of the active site are coupled with conformation
40  active site are coupled with conformational changes of the bound RNA.
41                  The impact of rapid climate change on contemporary human populations is of global co
42                    Only a small effect (~20% change) on one gene resulting from depletion of SRA/SRAP
43               The reversible nature of these changes represents a potential therapeutic target.
44 s, transcriptomic, proteomic, and metabolite changes that occur under nitrogen (N) deprivation were a
45 olfactory receptor neuron and an interneuron changed the sign of the connection from negative to posi
46                                     Although changing the zinc-binding residue Cys6 to alanine was le
47 e most widely accepted model of evolutionary change, the Modern Evolutionary Synthesis, is based on t
48          Here we use the velocity of climate change to derive spatial trajectories for climatic niche
49 and targeted sequencing to study the somatic changes underpinning primary and secondary angiosarcoma.
50                        These pattern-related changes were greater in magnitude in the cerebral hemisp

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