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  1. ... perform the work of our cells, and our cells build and maintain our bodies, the DNA sequence comprising the human genome contains vital clues for better understanding human health and disease. With ...
  2. ... perform the work of our cells, and our cells build and maintain our bodies, the DNA sequence comprising the human genome contains vital clues for better understanding human health and disease. With ...
  3. ... perform the work of our cells, and our cells build and maintain our bodies, the DNA sequence comprising the human genome contains vital clues for better understanding human health and disease. Continued ...
  4. ... perform the work of our cells, and our cells build and maintain our bodies, the DNA sequence comprising the human genome contains vital clues for better understanding human health and disease. Continued ...
  5. ... used for transcription and translation in the biological cell, but the CDS feature must match the strand for the nucleotide sequence being submitted. Several clues in the blastn alignments can indicate an opposite ...
  6. ... in sterile culture." "Phase-cinematographic observations on cultured cells. I. formation of transvacuolar strands in Euphorbia marginata." "Studies on the survival of very small barley embryos in culture." The term excised is sometimes a clue to the tissue culture nature of papers. The ...
  7. ... CONSUMPTION. Titles and texts almost always give a clue to OXYGEN CONSUMPTION, for this expression ... in the blood or blood cells and with the binding of oxygen to blood ...
  8. ... Four Drugs", 1967Kline / "Unusual Uses of Phenothiazines as Clues to ... at Cell Membranes", 1967Potts / "The Effect of Phenothiazines on the ...
  9. ... APS. Sequences from these organisms will provide valuable clues for understanding the functioning of human genes. During ... differences between species, which not only can provide clues about evolution, but also may help to identify ...
  10. ... These visual routines derived from experts contain many clues about visual knowledge and its representation. By collecting ... Cerebro-Spinal Fluid (CSF) measures can provide early clues, but the sheer volume of data, surprising levels ...
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