Khalil Mosley

  • These arguments are further strengthened by work (Crowder and Kirkegaard, 2005), that may further illuminate why stable viral populations containing large amounts of intermediate (partially mutated) CRE(2C) structures do not arise: some intermediate CRE sequences generated during replication in any given cell may actually hinder, rather than aid,…[Read more]

  • Many authors have reported that low frequency ultrasound accelerates reaction rate in which higher conversion is achieved in transesterification within shorter reaction time compared to the other approaches [7–9]. Thermal decomposition can also be carried out in parallel with transesterification within these bubbles. Highly volatile mecamylamine[Read more]

  • Systematic proteomic studies of the HPV E6 proteins from both the alpha and beta genera have revealed that the alpha HPV E6 proteins are bound to the ubiquitin ligase E6AP whereas the beta HPV E6 proteins are bound to the transcriptional co-activator mastermind (MAML1) (White et al., 2012a). MAML1 is a transcriptional regulator that is involved in…[Read more]

  • Khalil Mosley posted an update 1 week, 1 day ago

    The adverse effects and perioperative complications of TUI-BN for the women in this study were acceptable. Only eight patients experienced mild urinary incontinence that developed during abdominal straining or sleeping, and the incontinence was self-limited and resolved within 6 months after surgery. Preventing the guarding reflex could lead to…[Read more]

  • The tick D. nitens is not considered capable of transmitting T. equi, but it is the biological vector of Babesia caballi, which causes equine babesiosis (Holbrook et al., 1968). However, there seem to be divergences between different studies regarding the capability of the tick A. cajennense to transmit T. equi. A study in Brazil found that young…[Read more]

  • Very recently, we clarified that the highest frequency Raman mode strongly depends on dephasing processes in the scheelite crystals [8⬜10]. By the lattice dynamical calculations approach it was found that there was an energy gap of more than 350cm↙1 between the high- and low-frequency bands in BaWO4 and SrMoO4. The experimental temperature dep…[Read more]

  • AcknowledgementsWe acknowledge the protein crystallization platform within the excellence cluster CellNetworks of the University of Heidelberg for crystal screening. We are thankful to Bishal Singh for the assistance with the structural refinements. We acknowledge the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ID23-1) for provision of synchrotron…[Read more]

  • Khalil Mosley posted an update 4 weeks ago

    We discuss here early experiments that led to our current understanding of phage lambda and molecular biological processes in general. During this period VIROLOGY published many of these important findings. We also mention recent developments to show how far the field has come in the past 60 years (we assume a basic knowledge of the phage lambda…[Read more]

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