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  • Studies in simian cell lines transfected with human alpha satellite sequences showed that these repetitive regions could form de novo centromeres on existing chromosomes.
  • With the continued use of colistin for treatment of infection with various multidrug-resistant Gram-negative pathogens, it is likely that we will see an increasing number of instances of both de novo emergence of resistance and nosocomial spread. Wired Top Stories
  • But to talk of the _de novo_ origin of "living matter" as the result of the dynamic force of molecules -- themselves concessively Life: Its True Genesis
  • Previous work on Drosophila de novo purine synthesis genes showed that 4 mg/ml RNA supplementation can rescue the phenotype of auxotrophic mutants fed a defined medium.
  • Deuterated water (D2O; Aldrich) was provided as deuterium source for incorporation into fatty acid (FA) during de novo lipogenesis and ceramide synthesis. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The physiological characterization of transgenic plants suggested that betaine might accelerate protein synthesis de novo during recovery from stress.
  • According to them, the _contagia_ of epidemic disease are formed _de novo_ in a putrescent atmosphere. Fragments of science, V. 1-2
  • So, a strong case exists for substantial de novo protein synthesis in anoxic rice coleoptiles.
  • Indeed, all the genes encoding enzymes required for de novo AMP biosynthesis are repressed at the transcriptional level by the presence of extracellular purines (adenine or hypoxanthine).
  • The degree to which deferrential review of questions of law produces its own angels on pinheads panopoly of arcane legal doctrines in the habeas context and also in the qualitied immunity context shows why it makes sense to stick with de novo review of legal questions on direct appeal, in the ordinary case. The Volokh Conspiracy » Standards of Review and Institutional Roles — Some Thoughts on Chad Oldfather’s “Universal De Novo Review”:
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