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I would strongly recommend looking in more detail into available resources for SD and Kozak sequences, wikipedia basically answers these questions and has plenty of further reading if you desire to explore these questions. At the same time, remember that these are statistical processes involving thousands of molecules, rather than deterministic processes ...


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A Japanese patent filed by Raymond Jay Bergeron, Jr JP2000514089A notes lysoferrin as the siderophore N1, N4-bis (1-oxo-3-hydroxy-3,4-dicarboxybutyl) diaminobutamate. The US counterpart of this patent, jointly filed as US application No. US08/783,306 and later issued as US 5,739,395 covers rhizoferrin in its embodiments. So it seems that the term lysoferrin ...


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The discovery of peptidoglycan, as present in the bacterium cell wall took many years. “The terms mucopeptide, glycopeptide, or murein, used by some authors, are all synonymous with peptidoglycan.” [Ghuysen, J.M. (1968) Bacteriol. Rev. 32:425-64] Among those, Weidel and Pelzer previously coined the term murein [Weidel, W. and Pelzer, H. (1964) Adv. Enzymol. ...


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You have to understand this is a very, very, very, very broad question. Decades of research in multiple disciplines allow us to answer this question in a million directions. However, I would start by looking up information about the cell cycle and its checkpoints. Here of course I would point you - for starters - to this page: Khan Academy's page on cell ...


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I think you need to clarify what kind of research you are doing. Breeding and genetic modification might both produce the desired result, but in research it is likely not the main point (but instead getting to this result in a certain way and obtaining the insights from doing this). There are many studies on coloring of zebrafish and guppies, producing all ...


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