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Molecular Pharmacology, ISSN 0026-895X, 11/2012, Volume 82, Issue 5, pp. 777 - 783
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American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 06/2015, Volume 96, Issue 6, p. 955
  Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita is defined by the presence of contractures across two or more major joints and results from reduced or absent fetal... 
Proteins | Genotype & phenotype | Signal transduction | Congenital diseases | Genetic disorders | Genomics | Mutation
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Journal Article
American Journal of Physiology: Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, ISSN 1040-0605, 07/2007, Volume 293, Issue 1, pp. L114 - L123
Pulmonary host defense employs a combination of biochemical and biophysical activities to recognize, inactivate, and mediate clearance of environmental agents... 
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The American Journal of Physiology, ISSN 0002-9513, 07/2007, Volume 293, Issue 1, p. L114
Pulmonary host defense employs a combination of biochemical and biophysical activities to recognize, inactivate, and mediate clearance of environmental agents... 
Cell interaction | Cell research | Lung diseases | Physiological aspects | Cellular immunity | Research | Airway (Medicine)
Journal Article
Protein Science, ISSN 0961-8368, 11/2002, Volume 11, Issue 11, pp. 2655 - 2675
Bacterial periplasmic binding proteins (bPBPs) are specific for a wide variety of small molecule ligands. bPBPs undergo a large, ligand‐mediated conformational... 
fluorescence, ratiometry | biosensor | FF, fluorescence intensity in ligand‐free state | F, fluorescence intensity | FB, fluorescence intensity in ligand‐saturated state | S, ligand concentration | conformational change | RF, fluorescence ratio in ligand‐free state | NBDE, N‐[2‐(iodoacetoxy‐ethyl]‐N‐methyl)amino‐7‐nitrobenz‐2‐oxa‐1,3‐diazole | ΔR, standard ratiometric change | bioinformatics | ΔIstd, standard intensity change | NBD, N,N'‐dimethyl‐N‐(iodoacetyl)N'‐(7‐nitrobenz‐2‐oxa‐1,3‐diazol‐4‐yl)ethylenediamine | PCR, polymerase chain reaction | MOPS, 3‐morpholinopropanesulfonic acid | Periplasmic binding proteins | bPBP, bacterial periplasmic binding protein | ΔRmax, maximum value of standard ratiometric change | BP, binding protein | R, fluorescence ratio | RB, fluorescence ratio in ligand‐saturated state | Fluorescence, ratiometry | Bioinformatics | Conformational change | Biosensor | LIGAND-BINDING | CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | TRANSPORT CHEMOSENSORY RECEPTOR | HAEMOPHILUS-INFLUENZAE | ACTIVE-TRANSPORT | GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED PROTEIN | MALTOSE-BINDING PROTEIN | ESCHERICHIA-COLI K-12 | SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM | periplasmic binding proteins | NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE | Fluorescent Dyes - chemical synthesis | Periplasmic Binding Proteins - chemistry | Amino Acid Sequence | Genes, Bacterial | Humans | Fluorescent Dyes - metabolism | Models, Molecular | Molecular Sequence Data | Sequence Alignment | Mutagenesis | Biosensing Techniques | Cloning, Molecular | Glucose - metabolism | Protein Binding | Ligands | Protein Conformation | Molecular Structure | Periplasmic Binding Proteins - genetics | Periplasmic Binding Proteins - metabolism
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by Tiegs, Scott D and Costello, David M and Isken, Mark W and Woodward, Guy and McIntyre, Peter B and Gessner, Mark O and Chauvet, Eric and Griffiths, Natalie A and Flecker, Alex S and Acuña, Vicenç and Albariño, Ricardo and Allen, Daniel C and Alonso, Cecilia and Andino, Patricio and Arango, Clay and Aroviita, Jukka and Barbosa, Marcus V.M and Barmuta, Leon A and Baxter, Colden V and Bell, Thomas D.C and Bellinger, Brent and Boyero, Luz and Brown, Lee E and Bruder, Andreas and Bruesewitz, Denise A and Burdon, Francis J and Callisto, Marcos and Canhoto, Cristina and Capps, Krista A and Castillo, María M and Clapcott, Joanne and Colas, Fanny and Colón-Gaud, Checo and Cornut, Julien and Crespo-Pérez, Verónica and Cross, Wyatt F and Culp, Joseph M and Danger, Michael and Dangles, Olivier and De Eyto, Elvira and Derry, Alison M and Villanueva, Veronica Díaz and Douglas, Michael M and Elosegi, Arturo and Encalada, Andrea C and Entrekin, Sally and Espinosa, Rodrigo and Ethaiya, Diana and Ferreira, Verónica and Ferriol, Carmen and Flanagan, Kyla M and Fleituch, Tadeusz and Shah, Jennifer J. Follstad and Barbosa, André Frainer and Friberg, Nikolai and Frost, Paul C and Garcia, Erica A and Lago, Liliana García and Soto, Pavel Ernesto García and Ghate, Sudeep and Giling, Darren P and Gilmer, Alan and Gonçalves, José Francisco and Gonzales, Rosario Karina and Graça, Manuel A.S and Grace, Mike and Grossart, Hans-Peter and Guérold, François and Gulis, Vlad and Hepp, Luiz U and Higgins, Scott and Hishi, Takuo and Huddart, Joseph and Hudson, John and Imberger, Samantha and Iñiguez-Armijos, Carlos and Iwata, Tomoya and Janetski, David J and Jennings, Eleanor and Kirkwood, Andrea E and Koning, Aaron A and Kosten, Sarian and Kuehn, Kevin A and Laudon, Hjalmar and Leavitt, Peter R and Da Silva, Aurea L. Lemes and Leroux, Shawn J and LeRoy, Carri J and Lisi, Peter J and MacKenzie, Richard and Marcarelli, Amy M and Masese, Frank O and McKie, Brendan G and Medeiros, Adriana Oliveira and Meissner, Kristian and Miliša, Marko and Mishra, Shailendra and Miyake, Yo and Moerke, Ashley and Mombrikotb, Shorok and ... and Oak Ridge National Lab. (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States)
Science Advances, ISSN 2375-2548, 2019, Volume 5, Issue 1, p. eaav0486
River ecosystems receive and process vast quantities of terrestrial organic carbon, the fate of which depends strongly on microbial activity. Variation in and... 
CARBON | STREAMS | TEMPERATURE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | ORGANIC-MATTER DECOMPOSITION | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
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American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, ISSN 1079-2082, 04/1997, Volume 54, Issue 7, pp. 766 - 772
The status of pharmaceutical services in the United States Public Health Service (PHS) is described. The PHS has been the principal health agency of the United... 
Drugs | Administration | Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry | Pharmacy, institutional | Health Resources and Services Administration | National Institutes of Health | Research | Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration | community | History | Indian Health Service | Agency for Health Care Policy and Research | United States Public Health Service | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Pharmacy | Clinical pharmacy | Pharmaceutical services | Pharmacists | Food and Drug Administration (U.S.) | pharmaceutical services | Indian health service | drugs | pharmacists | administration | history | research | clinical pharmacy | pharmacy, institutional | pharmacy, community | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | K TU PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | Food and Drug Administration (US) | United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality - organization & administration | United States Indian Health Service - organization & administration | United States | Humans | United States Health Resources and Services Administration - organization & administration | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) - organization & administration | Pharmaceutical Services - organization & administration | United States Public Health Service - organization & administration | United States Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration - organization & administration | National Institutes of Health (U.S.) - organization & administration | United States Food and Drug Administration - organization & administration
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01/1999, ISBN 0599315695
Monocyte chemotactic protein-1 (MCP-1) regulates the migration and activation of circulating leukocytes and is an important part of the inflammatory response.... 
Molecular biology | Biophysics
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