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Technological Specificity, Transduction, and Identity in Media Mix

Alba Torrents
2018 Arts  
consumption, and the study of the way these complexities must be approached.  ...  In this paper, I focus on the study of the relationships between technological specificity and media mix, focusing on how anime, as a visual medium, is connected to other media.  ...  Acknowledgments: I would like to thank the reviewers for their insightful comments, and my husband for his personal and intellectual support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/arts7030029 fatcat:42dr2ka3uvhexdhqwlgw5thooy

The zebrafish slow-muscle-omitted gene product is required for Hedgehog signal transduction and the development of slow muscle identity

M J Barresi, H L Stickney, S H Devoto
2000 Development  
In addition, mutant embryos have partial cyclopia, and defects in jaw cartilage, circulation and fin growth.  ...  mutations in the zebrafish slow-muscle-omitted (smu) gene disrupt many developmental processes involving Hedgehog signaling. smu(-/-) embryos have a 99% reduction in the number of slow muscle fibers and  ...  D. and by NIH grants HD37509-01, HD22486 and AR45575.  ... 
pmid:10769242 fatcat:qaiwaj4igzbcxaoa5pzhtjw5im

Identical Hik-Rre systems are involved in perception and transduction of salt signals and hyperosmotic signals but regulate the expression of individual genes to different extents inSynechocystis

Maria A. Shumskaya, Kalyanee Paithoonrangsarid, Yu Kanesaki, Dmitry A. Los, Vladislav V. Zinchenko, Morakot Tanticharoen, Iwane Suzuki, Norio Murata
2012 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
Zinchenko, Morakot Tanticharoen, Iwane Suzuki and Norio Murata  ... 
doi:10.1074/jbc.a111.412174 fatcat:rm3msy5ub5f6jgeo6lj77zveua

Identical Hik-Rre Systems Are Involved in Perception and Transduction of Salt Signals and Hyperosmotic Signals but Regulate the Expression of Individual Genes to Different Extents inSynechocystis

Maria A. Shoumskaya, Kalyanee Paithoonrangsarid, Yu Kanesaki, Dmitry A. Los, Vladislav V. Zinchenko, Morakot Tanticharoen, Iwane Suzuki, Norio Murata
2005 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
We found that these Hik-Rre systems were identical to those that were involved in perception and transduction of the hyperosmotic stress signal.  ...  Hik16-Hik41-Rre17 systems appear to function in the perception and transduction of both salt stress and hyperosmotic stress (6) .  ...  experiments (four experiments with wild-type cells and two experiments each with ⌬Hik33, ⌬Hik34, ⌬Hik16, ⌬Hik41, ⌬Hik10, ⌬Rre31, ⌬Rre1, ⌬Rre17, and ⌬Rre3 mutant cells). d Underlining of ORFs indicates  ... 
doi:10.1074/jbc.m412174200 pmid:15805106 fatcat:blvpthnt35ff7mfuhklqdfocee

Complementation Between Different Mutations in the ilvA Gene of Escherichia coli K-12

Renée Favre, Maurizio Iaccarino, Mark Levinthal
1974 Journal of Bacteriology  
However, the definition of a cistron (2) does not specify any relationship between the number of complementation groups and the number of polypeptide chains (identical or non-identical) in the protein  ...  identical polypeptide chains.  ... 
doi:10.1128/jb.119.3.1069-1071.1974 fatcat:tcw753fwwjdohdtiz2w7uhkrfm

Complementation between different mutations in the ilvA gene of Escherichia coli K-12

R Favre, M Iaccarino, M Levinthal
1974 Journal of Bacteriology  
An ilvA mutation carried by a ø80i(lambda)dilv transducing phage complemented some ilvA mutations and did not complement others.  ...  However, the definition of a cistron (2) does not specify any relationship between the number of complementation groups and the number of polypeptide chains (identical or non-identical) in the protein  ...  identical polypeptide chains.  ... 
pmid:4604254 pmcid:PMC245716 fatcat:py5fg2kkkrcdtaut3tjcokcksm

Establishment and validation of in-house cryopreserved CAR/TCR-T cell flow cytometry quality control

Yihua Cai, Michaela Prochazkova, Chunjie Jiang, Hannah W. Song, Jianjian Jin, Larry Moses, Nikolaos Gkitsas, Robert P. Somerville, Steven L. Highfill, Sandhya Panch, David F. Stroncek, Ping Jin
2021 Journal of Translational Medicine  
identity.  ...  The expression of transduction efficiency and vector identity markers by the cryopreserved control cells were stable for at least 1 year; with post-thaw values falling within ± 20% range of the values  ...  Nirali Shah, and Dr. Scott Norberg for their willingness to share FGFR4 CAR lentiviral vector, CD19/22 CAR lentiviral vector and KK-LC-1 TCR retroviral vector, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12967-021-03193-7 pmid:34952597 pmcid:PMC8705121 fatcat:jr76242at5dkbnnjpuquauaylu

Page 239 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 21, Issue 2 [page]

1995 Computational Linguistics  
Emmanuel Roche and Yves Schabes Deterministic Part-of-Speech Tagging LocalExtension(T’ = (X,Q’,i',F',E’),T = (Z,Q,i,F, E)) 1 C’[0] = ({i}, identity);q = 0;i’ = 0;F’ = 0;E' = 0;Q’ = 0;C’[1] = (0, transduction  ...  ,7)}; 6 for each w € (XU {e}) s.t. dx € S, d(x,w) 4 0 and Vy € S, d(y,w) NF =0 7 if ar € [0,n — 1] such that C’[r] == ({i} U |_Ja(x,w), identity) x€ES c=5 else Cle =n + +] = ({} U|_Ja(x,w), identity);  ... 

Iterating Invertible Binary Transducers [chapter]

Klaus Sutner, Kevin Lewi
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The transduction semigroups of these automata turn out to be free Abelian groups and the orbits of finite words can be described as affine subspaces in a suitable geometry defined by the generators of  ...  We show that iterated transductions are rational for a subclass of our automata.  ...  Both 0 2 and m n are even and we have residuals m − 1 n − 1. According to the shift identities, the transduction semigroups of A n m and K n m coincide.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31623-4_23 fatcat:sz2elqvp3fa7tfkroc3utplblu

Iterating Inverse Binary Transducers

Klaus Sutner, Kevin Lewi
2012 Journal of Automata  
The transduction semigroups of these automata turn out to be free Abelian groups and the orbits of finite words can be described as affine subspaces in a suitable geometry defined by the generators of  ...  We show that iterated transductions are rational for a subclass of our automata.  ...  Devanney and J. Cummings for helpful discussions. The anonymous referees have helped greatly to improve the presentation.  ... 
doi:10.25596/jalc-2012-293 fatcat:x3bmq6fajna7hmg33m6l23sdym

The DNA damage-inducible dinD gene of Escherichia coli is equivalent to orfY upstream of pyrE

C Lundegaard, K F Jensen
1994 Journal of Bacteriology  
The evidence for identity between the two genes includes results from P1 transduction, Southern hybridization, and cloning and sequencing of the dinD fusion.  ...  The DNA damage-inducible gene dinD, originally identified by Kenyon and Walker (C. J. Kenyon and G. C. Walker, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.  ...  In the reverse P1 transduction, with JH39 as the P1 phage donor and the orY::Kmr strain S06374 as the recipient and with selection for resistance to ampicillin, the three transductants obtained had all  ... 
doi:10.1128/jb.176.11.3383-3385.1994 pmid:8195095 pmcid:PMC205511 fatcat:sakeznbbpzbcfmzouax3pxhfju

Distinct transduction difference between adeno-associated virus type 1 and type 6 vectors in human polarized airway epithelia

Z Yan, D C M Lei-Butters, N W Keiser, J F Engelhardt
2012 Gene Therapy  
demonstrating decreased (B10-fold) basolateral transduction and the rAAV1-E418D/E531K mutant demonstrating a transduction polarity identical to rAAV6-WT (wild type).  ...  We compared the transduction efficiencies of rAAV1 and rAAV6 in primary polarized human airway epithelia and found significant differences in their abilities to transduce epithelia from the apical and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was supported by NIH grants HL108902 (to JFE), the Roy J Carver Chair in Molecular Medicine (to JFE), and the University of Iowa Center for Gene Therapy (DK54759).  ... 
doi:10.1038/gt.2012.46 pmid:22695783 pmcid:PMC3443503 fatcat:pvmkeoh5gjdabo7wcek7x636du

Page 352 of Genetics Vol. 49, Issue 2 [page]

1964 Genetics  
Mutants cysH229 and 370 do not recombine measurably by transduction tests; however, the response to mutagens are not identical for the two mutants, indicat- ing that cysH370 is not merely a repeat of the  ...  perhaps even at the identical site.  ... 

Isolation of Generalized Transducing Bacteriophages for Uropathogenic Strains of Escherichia coli

E. J. Battaglioli, G. A. Baisa, A. E. Weeks, R. A. Schroll, A. J. Hryckowian, R. A. Welch
2011 Applied and Environmental Microbiology  
We identified 4 different phages capable of CFT073 generalized transduction. These phages also plaque on the model uropathogenicE. colistrains 536, UTI89, and NU14.  ...  ABSTRACTThe traditional genetic procedure for random or site-specific mutagenesis inEscherichia coliK-12 involves mutagenesis, isolation of mutants, and transduction of the mutation into a clean genetic  ...  assembly, and Jason Flowers for his help in collecting the wastewater effluent samples.  ... 
doi:10.1128/aem.05307-11 pmid:21784916 pmcid:PMC3187168 fatcat:iwyaaggbz5egnfhgmozebtym4i

"SELFERS"--ATTRIBUTED TO UNEQUAL CROSSOVERS IN SALMONELLA

M. Demerec
1962 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
protons in the 1-and 3-positions from those in the 4-, 5-, and 6-positions and vice versa.  ...  Tarbell for helpful discussions and to Abbott Laboratories for supplies of actinospectacin.  ...  These were intercrossed by transduction, to determine whether they were identical and therefore presumably members of the same clone, or different and thus presumably of independent origin.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.48.10.1696 pmid:16591003 pmcid:PMC221026 fatcat:ndrslnd3izhmhchkppeywwqkta
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