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Untangling DNA with a Droplet of Water, a Pipet and a Polymer

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The RAB GTPase RABA1e localizes to the cell plate and shows distinct subcellular behavior from RABA2a under Endosidin 7 treatment.

Cytokinesis in plants requires the activity of RAB GTPases to regulate vesicle-mediated contribution of material to the developing cell plate. While some plant RAB GTPases have been shown to be involv...

Conditional cell ablation via diphtheria toxin reveals distinct requirements for the basal plate in the regional identity of diencephalic subpopulations.

The mammalian diencephalon is the caudal derivative of the embryonic forebrain. Early events in diencephalic regionalization include its subdivision along the dorsoventral and anteroposterior axes. Th...

Plate on plate technique of minimally invasive percutaneous plate osteosynthesis in distal tibial fractures, an easy and inexpensive method of fracture fixation.

Plate on plate technique can lessen operative time and patient morbidity.

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Immediate response and cytotoxicity effect on myocardial cells by extracellular photosensitization reaction varying irradiance.

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