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  1. Southville jewish community center, inc.: A case study

    Nonprofit management and leadership 7(2):193 (2006)

  2. Inhibition of expression in Escherichia coli of a virulence regulator MglB of Francisella tularensis using external guide sequence technolog...

    PLoS ONE 3(11):e3719 (2008) PMID 19005569 PMCID PMC2579583

    We previously reported that EGS accessible and cleavable sites in the target RNAs can rapidly be identified by screening random EGS (rEGS) libraries. Here the method of screening rEGS libraries and a partial RNase T1 digestion assay were used to identify sites accessible to EGSs in the mRNA of a glo...
  3. Coordinate inhibition of expression of several genes for protein subunits of human nuclear RNase P.

    PNAS 100(4):1598 (2003) PMID 12552092 PMCID PMC149878

    The deliberate inhibition of expression of one of the protein subunits (Rpp38) of human nuclear RNase P is achievable by using external guide sequence (EGS) technology. Both the protein product and the mRNA are greatly reduced 24 h after transient transfection with a gene coding for an appropriate E...
  4. Pregnancy weight gain: still controversial.

    American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 71(5 Suppl):1233S (2000) PMID 10799396

    We systematically reviewed studies that examined fetal and maternal outcomes according to the IOM's weight-gain recommendations in women with a normal prepregnancy weight. These studies showed that pregnancy weight gain within the IOM's recommended ranges is associated with the best outcome for both...
  5. Multiple binding modes of substrate to the catalytic RNA subunit of RNase P from Escherichia coli.

    RNA 5(8):1021 (1999) PMID 10445877 PMCID PMC1369826

    We also examined whether the cross-linked complexes between M1 RNA and substrate(s) or product are altered in the presence of the enzyme's protein cofactor (C5 protein) and in the presence of different concentrations of divalent metal ions. C5 protein enhanced the yield of certain M1 RNA-substrate c...
  6. Step contrast in low energy electron microscopy

    Ultramicroscopy 74(4):237 (1998)

    A wave-optical model for surface step-phase contrast in low energy electron microscopy (LEEM) is presented. Step contrast is calculated as the interference of the Fresnel diffracted waves from terrace edges which meet at a step. Instrumental resolution and beam coherence, i.e., as defined by so...
  7. Prolongation of clozapine-induced granulocytopenia associated with olanzapine.

    Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 17(6):494 (1997) PMID 9408818

  8. The effect of hyoid advancement and genial advancement on swallowing

    Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery 117(2):P185 (1997)

  9. Obstetric complications and brain changes in schizophrenia

    Schizophrenia Research 18(2):100 (1996)

  10. Health care spending: can the United States control it?

    PMID 11066257

    Health care spending in the United States has continued to outpace the growth in national income and the growth in spending in other countries. And yet many Americans are without sufficient health care. Since the failure of national health care reform proposals put forward by the Clinton administrat...