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'I WON'T bear with you, if I can alter you,' replied my mother: but the harshness of her words was undone by the earnest affection of her tone and pleasant smile, that made my father smile again, less sadly and less transiently than was his wont.
Tulliver looked at them all three alternately with a startled gaze; the idea that much had happened of which he knew nothing had often transiently arrested him before, but it came upon him now with entire novelty.
But the tie which, through their common calamity, had united the feelings of these simple dwellers in the woods with the strangers who had thus transiently visited them, was not so easily broken.
He had a sense of hot sunshine upon sand, of the children of it least transiently opulent holiday makers in a circle round about him, of the whisper, "They are really gentlemen," and then dollop, dollop came the coppers in the hat.
'The bacteria, fungi and viruses in our food transiently colonise our gut,' she said.
"The bacteria, fungi, and viruses in our food transiently colonise our gut.
I will combine data from cet, cross linking mass spectrometry (xl-ms) and in vitro functional assays on eukaryotic cellular and microsomal cell-free systems to provide an integrated picture of the complexes transiently involved in these processes.this work will make great contributions to our molecular understanding of cellular proteostasis and possibly provide novel molecular targets addressing diseases associated with er stress.the proposed project will extend my knowledge from protein x-ray crystallography to the study of more complex molecular assemblies in association with membranes at larger length scales ultimately the cell.
PRC1 represses genes related to neuronal function transiently in the early stage, but permanently in the late stage of brain development.
CHAPTER ONE LAKE Plon, April-May 1945 MICHAEL Quantz transiently haunted the lakeside, pausing, screwing up his eyes against the sheen of grey light.
While intracellular calcium concentration of neurons is about 50-100 nM at the resting state, it can rise transiently during electrical activity 10-100 times higher.
Transduced T-cells were detectable in the peripheral blood and expanded transiently, and greater persistence was related to higher T-cell dose.
Persistently high-cost patients were younger, had fewer medical comorbidities, and had greater intellectual impairment than transiently high-cost patients.