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Dispersive Raman microscopy

ANALUSIS n H. Boyer 0 J. Oswalt 0 0 Jobin Yvon, Groupe Horiba , 16-18, rue du Canal, 91165 Longjumeau Cedex , France and most applications are realized with UV, visible or NIR laser wavelengths and

Assessment of MALDI-TOF MS biotyping for Borrelia burgdorferi sl detection in Ixodes ricinus

the manuscript. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Pierre H. Boyer, Nathalie Boulanger, Amira Nebbak, Lionel Almeras. Data curation: Pierre H. Boyer, Amira Nebbak, Elodie Collin, Lionel Almeras ... . Formal analysis: Pierre H. Boyer, Amira Nebbak, Lionel Almeras. Methodology: Pierre H. Boyer, Nathalie Boulanger, Lionel Almeras. Project administration: Nathalie Boulanger, Benoit Jaulhac, Lionel

Removal of Dissolved Organic Matter by Magnetic Ion Exchange Resin

Infrastructure & Environment (ESSIE), University of Florida , P.O. Box 116450, Gainesville, FL 32611-6450 , USA 1 Treavor H. Boyer This article provides a state-of-the-art review on the uses of magnetic ion ... ; 99 ( 7 ): 96 - 109 . 112. Willison H , Boyer TH . Secondary effects of anion exchange on chloride, sulfate, and lead release: systems approach to corrosion control . Water Res . 2012 ; 46 ( 7 ): 2385

Identification of novel modifiers of Aβ toxicity by transcriptomic analysis in the fruitfly

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Dispersive Raman microscopy

ANALUSIS n H. Boyer 0 J. Oswalt 0 0 Jobin Yvon, Groupe Horiba , 16-18, rue du Canal, 91165 Longjumeau Cedex , France and most applications are realized with UV, visible or NIR laser wavelengths and

The sequence of the gorilla fetal globin genes: evidence for multiple gene conversions in human evolution.

Two fetal globin genes (G gamma and A gamma) from one chromosome of a lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) have been sequenced and compared to three human loci (a G gamma-gene and two A gamma-alleles). A comparison of regions of local homology among these five sequences indicates that long after the duplication that produced the two nonallelic gamma-globin loci of catarrhine...