He was owned by two masters in succession, both inhabitants of Samos, Xanthus
and Jadmon, the latter of whom gave him his liberty as a reward for his learning and wit.
Sarpedon and Glaucus led the Lycians from their distant land, by the eddying waters of the Xanthus
and Gorgus, son of Midas the king, heard his epics and invited him to compose a epitaph for the tomb of their father on which was a bronze figure of a maiden bewailing the death of Midas.
Lundberg held roles of increasing responsibility in drug development and medical affairs at Xanthus
(acquired by Antisoma), Wyeth (now Pfizer) and Genzyme.
Ceriodaphnia silvestrii and Chironomus xanthus
presented chronic sensitivity to BPA at concentrations higher than those found in the environment (Moreira, 2010; Beraldo, 2012).
After she attacks her aristocratic new owner, he gives her to one of his prized slaves, a top gladiator named Xanthus
. To her surprise, Xanthus
doesn't touch her.
cepacia1 -- AAA50466.1 Vibrio cholerae 12129(1) EEN99655 Rhodoferax ferrireducens T118 WP_011465630.1 Myxococcus xanthus
-- WP_011555480.1 Chromobacterium violaceum ATCC12472 NP_902384.1 C.
Along the way, she is given as a tribute to Xanthus
, a strangely tenderhearted gladiator who is the Champion of Rome, who hides a dark secret.
Shimkets, "Lipolytic enzymes in Myxococcus xanthus
," Journal of Bacteriology, vol.
This host facing us is made up and composed of people from diverse nations: here are those who drink the sweet waters of the famous Xanthus
Other topics include the regulation of cell polarity in motility and cell division in Myxococcus xanthus
, microbiota-based therapies for Clostridium difficile and antibiotic-resistant enteric infections, the critical roles of polysaccharides in gut microbial ecology and physiology, predator versus pathogen: how predatory Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus interfaces with the challenges of killing gram-negative pathogens in a host setting, and variant gene expression and anti-gene variation by malaria parasites.
Thus, in the fifth century B.C., we find Xanthus
of Lydia (who had lived under Persian occupation) reporting that "when a man wants to take another man's wife as his own, he does so without force or secrecy but with mutual consent and approval." The medieval heresiographer al-Baghdadi described an Iranian religious group, the Khurramis (from khurram din, or "joyous religion"), as permitting any pleasure, no matter how abominable, provided it did not harm others.