1 nted for when predicting future biodiversity change.
2 APD over time once basic cycle length (BCL) changes.
3 etics and immune responses and viral genetic changes.
4 be valuable for its linearity with spectral changes and its independence on data spacing.
5 rine harvesting, freshwater use, and climate change, and social deprivation is most severe in the are
6 widely believed that only sugar sensitivity changes, and that this masks bitter sensitivity.
7 ization, unplanned urbanization, and climate change, as well as host genetics and immune responses an
8 r and morphology of DMVs and exacerbated DMV changes associated with loss of glycosylation.
9 nism resulting in the characteristic genomic changes associated with PCA pathogenesis and progression
10 Such changes could be achievable by 2030, or soon afterwards,
11 ale, changes in connexin phosphorylation can change coupling quasi-stably with an order of magnitude
12 The experimental realization of fold-change detection circuit highlights the programmability
13 We find that CO2 does not significantly change during the short Greenlandic stadial events, impl
14 e prognosis of chronic myeloid leukaemia has changed from that of a fatal disease to a disorder amena
15 in adaptation of P. aeruginosa to this ever-changing host environment.
16 ty, and temporal beta diversity, measured as change in community composition.
17 rns of temporal alpha diversity, measured as change in local diversity, and temporal beta diversity,
18 rst, the magnitude of response parallels the change in occupancy by MYC at each promoter.
19 s and for a pair of genes observes whether a change in the first gene masks the effects of the mutati
20 , suggesting a role for these cis-regulatory changes in adaptive variation of flowering time.
21 Overall, reported changes in coastal winds, although subtle and spatially
22 On the minutes time scale, changes in connexin phosphorylation can change coupling
23 neurons may contribute to the developmental changes in descending control of pain from the RVM to th
24 first study to mechanistically link acquired changes in DNA methylation to the normal process of pros
25 y systems (TCRS) are responsible for sensing changes in environmental conditions and regulating gene
26 g the efficiency of targeting in response to changes in gene expression during developmental and phys
27 chastic loss of parental chromatin marks and changes in gene expression.
28 prolonged infection of the CF lung and that changes in iron and heme regulatory pathways play a cruc
29 This hypothesis raises the question whether changes in mesenchymal cells are the cause and/or the co
30 ate, enabling astrocytes to respond to local changes in neuronal activity.
31 P plays a major role in RA-induced potential changes in pathophysiology of metabolic disorders in the
32 A expression changes will lead to consequent changes in protein levels, methodological challenges hav
33 This method allows dynamic estimation of changes in relative upper airway hydraulic diameter (D)
34 ight a significant tolerance to evolutionary changes in TF binding intensity in mammalian transcripti
35 eatine by spatiotemporal mapping of creatine changes in the exercised human calf muscle.
36 The identification of these changes including DNA methylation and histone modificati
37 To track the changes induced by immunization within this heterogeneou
38 egg-spots, suggesting that a cis-regulatory change is causally linked to the gain of expression in e
39 velopment of better thermoelectric and phase change materials.
40 Such qualitative response changes occurred for a variety of stimuli, including ful
41 s APD accommodation, which is an exponential change of APD over time once basic cycle length (BCL) ch
42 Our results show that monitoring the change of the lasing intensity is a superior method than
43 efrontal cortex-rather than neuronal density changes per se-are associated with dementia and executiv
44 ysis and requires a series of conformational changes that are regulated by cochaperones and numerous
45 We examine the changes that need to be made to address the growing like
46 obal quantitative screen for phosphorylation changes that occur within the first minutes after additi
47 ructures revealed a series of conformational changes that result in the ordering of two anti-parallel
48 We also discuss how new data sets may change the statistical methods used by economists and th
49 which intercalates next to the damaged base, changed to either alanine (F110A) or fluorescent reporte
50 it is commonly assumed that mRNA expression changes will lead to consequent changes in protein level
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