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Adrian G S - - 1984
Using both in vitro translation and hybridization to an adenosine deaminase (ADA) cDNA probe, ADA mRNA has been characterized in B lymphoblast lines established from seven ADA-deficient children, two parents of an ADA-deficient child, and three normal people. All ADA-deficient lines except GM-2825A, including those with less than 1% of ...
Koop H U - - 1983
Two single mesophyll-protoplasts of Nicotiana tabacum cv. xanthi were selected into a 100 nl microdroplet of 0.4 M mannitol. Two cylindrical platinum electrodes were inserted into the microdroplet to align the two single cells via dielectrophoresis in an AC-field (1 MHz, about 120 V X cm-1). A single square DC-pulse ...
Adrian G S - - 1983
Hereditary deficiency of adenosine deaminase (ADA) usually causes profound lymphopenia with severe combined immunodeficiency disease. Cells from patients with ADA deficiency contain less than normal, and sometimes undetectable, amounts of ADA catalytic activity and ADA protein. The molecular defects responsible for hereditary ADA deficiency are poorly understood. ADA messenger RNAs ...
Watters R G - - 1981
Using simultaneous communication (speech plus gesture), each of four nonverbal autistic children were taught the receptive and expressive use of eight signed words. In a within-subject comparison, each child was taught four words expressively (signing) first and then receptively, and four other words receptively first and then expressively (signing). The ...
Lee C L - - 1980
Relative chance of paternity (RCP) is a numerical expression used to indicate either paternity (near 100%) or nonpaternity (0% or close to 0%). RCP is derived by converting the paternity index (PI) to a percentage, RCP = PI/(PI+1). PI represents the chance that the alleged father is or is not ...
Sawicki S G - - 1972
After pulse exposure to concentrations of actinomycin D (AMD) sufficient to abolish transcription, Vero cells recover RNA synthesis much more rapidly than most other cell types. This is only in part attributable to the remarkable capacity of Vero very promptly to excrete bound AMD, elimination of which, although necessary, is ...
Thompson C B - - 1986
In several cell types, messenger RNA levels of the nuclear proto-oncogene c-myb vary as a function of cellular proliferation; a transient increase in c-myb steady-state mRNA, mediated by post-transcriptional mechanisms, occurs during cell-cycle progression. In contrast, both quiescent and proliferating immature thymocytes contain exceptionally high levels of c-myb mRNA as ...
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