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Removable thermoplastic appliances modified by incisal cuts show altered biomechanical properties during tipping of a maxillary central incisor

Background The present study aimed to evaluate the force delivery of removable thermoplastic appliances (RTAs), modified by different sized incisal cuts, during tipping of a maxillary central incisor in palatal and vestibular direction. Methods Forty-five RTAs from three different materials (Biolon®, Erkodur®, Ideal Clear®) of the same thickness (1 mm) were used. Analysis was ...

Modulation of plant growth in vivo and identification of kinase substrates using an analog-sensitive variant of CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE A;1

Background Modulation of protein activity by phosphorylation through kinases and subsequent de-phosphorylation by phosphatases is one of the most prominent cellular control mechanisms. Thus, identification of kinase substrates is pivotal for the understanding of many – if not all – molecular biological processes. Equally, the possibility to deliberately tune kinase activity is of ...

TNF-Overexpression in Borna Disease Virus-Infected Mouse Brains Triggers Inflammatory Reaction and Epileptic Seizures

, the Internationale Alzheimer Stichting and by the European Union FP6 programm NeuroproMiSe, LSHM-CT-2005-018637. Katharina Kramer was supported by a scholarship of the Graduate School of the Center of

A Cytoplasmic Complex Mediates Specific mRNA Recognition and Localization in Yeast

The localization of ash mRNA in yeast requires the binding of She2p and the myosin adaptor protein She3p to its localization element, which is highly specific and leads to the assembly of stable transport complexes.