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Journal of Molecular Biology, ISSN 0022-2836, 10/1999, Volume 293, Issue 1, pp. 67 - 79
The simplest naturally occuring model system for studying immunoglobulin folding and assembly is the non-covalent homodimer formed by the C-terminal domains... 
C(H)3 domain | Antibody | Protein folding | PPIase | Crystal structure | IMMUNOGLOBULIN LIGHT CHAIN | antibody | PROTEIN | STABILITY | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | GUANIDINE-HYDROCHLORIDE | DENATURATION | FC FRAGMENT | ATOMIC MODELS | BETA-SHEET | EQUILIBRIUM | crystal structure | protein folding | CONSTANT FRAGMENT
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by Zhao, Huaying and Ghirlando, Rodolfo and Alfonso, Carlos and Arisaka, Fumio and Attali, Ilan and Bain, David L and Bakhtina, Marina M and Becker, Donald F and Bedwell, Gregory J and Bekdemir, Ahmet and Besong, Tabot M. D and Birck, Catherine and Brautigam, Chad A and Brennerman, William and Byron, Olwyn and Bzowska, Agnieszka and Chaires, Jonathan B and Chaton, Catherine T and Cölfen, Helmut and Connaghan, Keith D and Crowley, Kimberly A and Curth, Ute and Daviter, Tina and Dean, William L and Díez, Ana I and Ebel, Christine and Eckert, Debra M and Eisele, Leslie E and Eisenstein, Edward and England, Patrick and Escalante, Carlos and Fagan, Jeffrey A and Fairman, Robert and Finn, Ron M and Fischle, Wolfgang and García De La Torre, José and Gor, Jayesh and Gustafsson, Henning and Hall, Damien and Harding, Stephen E and Hernández Cifre, José G and Herr, Andrew B and Howell, Elizabeth E and Isaac, Richard S and Jao, Shu-Chuan and Jose, Davis and Kim, Soon-Jong and Kokona, Bashkim and Kornblatt, Jack A and Kosek, Dalibor and Krayukhina, Elena and Krzizike, Daniel and Kusznir, Eric A and Kwon, Hyewon and Larson, Adam and Laue, Thomas M and Roy, Aline Le and Leech, Andrew P and Lilie, Hauke and Luger, Karolin and Luque-Ortega, Juan R and Ma, Jia and May, Carrie A and Maynard, Ernest L and Modrak-Wojcik, Anna and Mok, Yee-Foong and Mücke, Norbert and Nagel-Steger, Luitgard and Narlikar, Geeta J and Noda, Masanori and Nourse, Amanda and Obsil, Tomas and Park, Chad K and Park, Jin-Ku and Pawelek, Peter D and Perdue, Erby E and Perkins, Stephen J and Perugini, Matthew A and Peterson, Craig L and Peverelli, Martin G and Piszczek, Grzegorz and Prag, Gali and Prevelige, Peter E and Raynal, Bertrand D. E and Rezabkova, Lenka and Richter, Klaus and Ringel, Alison E and Rosenberg, Rose and Rowe, Arthur J and Rufer, Arne C and Scott, David J and Seravalli, Javier G and Solovyova, Alexandra S and Song, Renjie and Staunton, David and Stoddard, Caitlin and Stott, Katherine and Strauss, Holger M and Streicher, Werner W and Sumida, John P and ...
PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2015, Volume 10, Issue 5, p. e0126420
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Information, Communication & Society: Streets to Screens: Mediating Conflict through Digital Networks, ISSN 1369-118X, 11/2015, Volume 18, Issue 11, pp. 1362 - 1377
Digital witnessing, our engagement with death through local participants' own recordings of the conflict zone, introduces a new kind of death spectacle in the... 
death spectacle | amateur reporting | digital witnessing | ethics | war and conflict journalism | performativity | NEWS | MEDIA | CITIZEN JOURNALISM | COMMUNICATION | SOCIOLOGY | Journalism | Politics | Morality | Epistemology | Conflict | Monopolies | Spectacles | Death | Instability | Digital | Remediation | Recording
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Media, War & Conflict, ISSN 1750-6352, 4/2016, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 58 - 75
In this article, the author focuses on the struggles over self-representation that soldiers have engaged in at two key historical moments of modern Western... 
Soldiers | Blogs | Subjectivity | War | Death | Irony | Warfare | Memoirs | Literary genres | World wars | digital | War on Terror | memoirs | First World War | soldiers | irony | self-representation | Testimony | 21st century | Terrorism | Conflict | World War I | Representation | Saving | Military personnel | Mass media
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Current Biology, ISSN 0960-9822, 04/2018, Volume 28, Issue 7, pp. 1095 - 1100.e3
The female sex in honeybees (Apis spp.) comprises a reproductive queen and a sterile worker caste. Nurse bees feed all larvae progressively with a... 
apalbumin | Apis mellifera | queen determination | social insect | apisimin | MRJP | POLYACRYLAMIDE-GELS | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | DIFFERENTIATION | PROTEINS | APIS-MELLIFERA L | LARVAL FOOD | CELL BIOLOGY | Proteins | Honeybee | Fatty acids | Nurses | Bees
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JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY, ISSN 0021-9193, 08/2019, Volume 201, Issue 15
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Journal of Clinical Investigation, ISSN 0021-9738, 05/2018, Volume 128, Issue 5, pp. 2116 - 2126
BACKGROUND. Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) inhibitors are effective in a broad population of patients with ovarian cancer; however, resistance caused by... 
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by Heratizadeh, Annice and Werfel, Thomas and Schubert, Steffen and Geier, Johannes and Ludwig, A and Bircher, A and Köhler, A and Zuberbier, T and Worm, M and Simon, D and Effendy, I and Dickel, H and Fartasch, M and Nestoris, St and Frosch, P. J and Mydlach, B and Pirker, C and Herbst, R and Kügler, K and Richter, G and Aschoff, R and Spornraft‐Ragaller, P and Bauer, A and Koch, A and Fartasch, M and Hertl, M and Mahler, V and Hillen, U and Schwantes, H and Vieluf, D and Szliska, Ch and Meyer, J and Grunwald‐Delitz, H and Kaatz, M and Kränke, B and Aberer, W and Fuchs, Th and Geier, J and Kreft, B and Kiehn, M and Weßbecher, R and Coors, E and Witte, J and Breuer, K and Seemann, U and Schröder‐Kraft, C and Reich, K and Breuer, K and Schaefer, T and Werfel, Th and Jappe, U and Hartmann, M and Schäkel, K and Diepgen, T. L and Weisshaar, E and Koch, P and Pföhler, C and Bauer, A and Kaatz, M and Schliemann, S and Schliemann, S and Brasch, J and Wallerand, A and Lilie, M and Wassilew, S and Treudler, R and Grabbe, J and Shimanovich, I and Jappe, U and Becker, D and Bayerl, Ch and Booken, D and Klemke, C.‐D and Löffler, H and Hertl, M and Pfützner, W and Hoffmann, J and Stadler, R and Oppel, T and Przybilla, B and Thomas, P and Schuh, T and Eben, R and Molin, S and Agathos, M and Ramrath, K and Isbary, G and Rakoski, J and Darsow, U and Hellweg, B and Brehler, R and Müller, I and Debus, D and Bachtler, A and John, S. M and Schwanitz, H. J and Schürer, N and Dickel, H and Skudlik, Ch and Rieker‐Schwienbacher, J and ... and IVDK
Contact Dermatitis, ISSN 0105-1873, 04/2018, Volume 78, Issue 4, pp. 266 - 273
Summary Background Dental technicians (DTs) are at increased risk for allergic contact sensitization. Objectives To assess the current spectrum of occupational... 
contact allergy | dental technicians | patch testing | acrylates | METHACRYLATES | PALLADIUM | POPULATION | PREVENTION | HAND ECZEMA | DERMATOLOGY | LABORATORY TECHNICIANS | ALLERGY | NICKEL | EXPOSURE | Medical research | Ethylene glycol | Allergens | Contact dermatitis | Analysis | Medicine, Experimental | Information management | Methyl methacrylate | Dermatology | Palladium chloride | Data processing | Palladium | Dermatitis | Allergies | Heavy metals
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