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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «NUCLEOPROTEIN» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about nucleoprotein
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NUCLEOPROTEIN»
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Measles Virus Nucleoprotein
This book focuses on the main structural information available on the nucleoprotein, showing that it consists of a structured core (NCORE) and of an intrinsically disordered C-terminal domain (NTAIL).
Sonia Longhi, 2007
Comparative Analysis of Dmc1 and Rad51 Nucleoprotein Filaments
The in vivo significance of the structural and biochemical similarities of Dmc1 Rad51 and a possible mechanism for RS-1 stimulation of human Rad51 are discussed in detail.
Sean D. Sheridan, 2008
ISOLATION OF GENES AS CHROMATIN BY NUCLEOPROTEIN ...
CLAUDIUS VINCENZ, 1992
METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY
This may mainly be due to problems connected with isolation of the
nucleoprotein material. But some of the contradictory results also arise from
different techniques used for analysis. This chapter will give a short survey of the
most common, ...
David M. Prescott, 1977
Expression and Analysis of Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever ...
Crimean - Congo haemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV) is a member of the family Bunyaviridae, genus Nairovirus.
Adrienne Farrell Ashira Meyers, 2006
ADVANCES IN PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
The treatment of the virus nucleoprotein by neutral salts such as the detergents or
guanidine hydrochloride or by neutral organic compounds as urea, frequently
results in a disaggregation of the nucleoproteins into smaller particles ...
M. L. Anson, 1944
Influenza: Molecular Virology
4. Abstract The (−)RNA genome of the influenza A virus, eight segments in total,
is encapsidated in the form of ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complexes. The
nucleoprotein (NP), the major protein component of RNPs, binds along the entire
length of ...
Qinghua Wang, Yizhi Jane Tao, 2010
Chimeric IgM Immunoglobulin Specific to the Measles ...
Measles IgM positive sera are required for quality control (Positive controls in serology kits) and quality assurance (external quality assurance or proficiency testing panels) purposes.
Christopher James Hoban, 2008
ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY
Related findings have been made regarding the recognition of cells transduced
with defective retroviruses containing the influenza virus nucleoprotein gene (
Fetten et al., 1991). Introduction of a frameshift mutation at the region of the gene
Frank J. Dixon, 1992
Biochemistry for Dental Student
Nucleoprotein. Chemistry. Nature of nucleoproteins Products of hydrolysis -
Phosphoric acid, sugar, purine/pyrimidine bases, nucleosides, nucleotides
Polynucleotides or nucleic acids Structure of DNA Structure of RNA-mRNA, tRNA
, rRNA ...
Sharma & Riyat, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NUCLEOPROTEIN»
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New England Journal of Medicine reports on PMO-based therapeutic
The drug itself is designed to bind to viral messenger RNA and input its own nucleoprotein into the virus, thereby preventing further infection by ... «Vaccine News Daily, Jul 15»
Sarepta Therapeutics Announces New England Journal of Medicine …
AVI-7288 is designed to bind to viral messenger RNA encoding Marburg Virus nucleoprotein to inhibit nucleoprotein synthesis and prevent ... «MarketWatch, Jul 15»
Immune response to a flu vaccine yields new insights into narcolepsy
Antibodies to influenza nucleoprotein cross-react with human hypocretin receptor 2. Science Translational Medicine, 2015; 7 (294): 294ra105 ... «ProHealth, Jul 15»
On the Sword's Edge: Adjuvants and VaccinesAnnie De Groot
Influenza nucleoprotein (NP) peptide variants were found to bind to the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) allele product that has been ... «LinkedIn, Jul 15»
How a flu jab triggered narcolepsy
The team found subtle differences between the protein fragments in the two vaccines – including in the influenza's “nucleoprotein”, part of the ... «Cosmos, Jul 15»
'Immunological Mistaken Identity' Led to Narcolepsy
The reason is likely that the Focetria vaccine contained 72.7% less influenza nucleoprotein overall, Steinman and colleagues argued. «MedPage Today, Jul 15»
Immunological mistaken identity
The vaccine used in unaffected countries contained less influenza nucleoprotein. Indeed, patients with putative vaccine-associated narcolepsy ... «Science Magazine, Jul 15»
On the Flu Vax–Narcolepsy Link
The peptide, from a portion of the influenza virus nucleoprotein A that is exposed on the protein's surface, turns out to have homology to a ... «The Scientist, Jul 15»
TSRI team gets new close-up view of key part of Ebola virus life cycle
In addition to Saphire and Kirchdoerfer, authors of "Assembly of the Ebola virus nucleoprotein from a chaperoned VP35 complex" were Dafna ... «EurekAlert, Jun 15»
Four in 10 Brits immune to flu symptoms raising hopes of new vaccine
All strains of flu A, including those that cross over from animals such as swine flu, have a very similar nucleoprotein structure making them ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 15»
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