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Legal Limbo: The Fifth Circuit's Decision in Turner v. Driver Fails to Clarify the Contours of the Public's First Amendment Right to Record the Police

decision in Turner leaves this newly developing body of case law without a sense of clarity or path forward. STEPHANIE JOHNSON Preferred Cite: Stephanie Johnson, Comment, Legal Limbo: The Fifth Circuit’s

Why non-native grasses pose a critical emerging threat to biodiversity conservation, habitat connectivity and agricultural production in multifunctional rural landscapes

Context Landscape-scale conservation planning is key to the protection of biodiversity globally. Central to this approach is the development of multifunctional rural landscapes (MRLs) that maintain the viability of natural ecosystems and promote animal and plant dispersal alongside agricultural land uses. Objectives We investigate evidence that non-native grasses (NNGs) in...

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy in Head and Neck Melanoma: A Review

Head and Neck Melanoma: A Review Martin Corsten, MD, FRCSC, Stephanie Johnson-Obaseki, MD, FRCSC Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1H

Poly(dA:dT)-Rich DNAs Are Highly Flexible in the Context of DNA Looping

Large-scale DNA deformation is ubiquitous in transcriptional regulation in prokaryotes and eukaryotes alike. Though much is known about how transcription factors and constellations of binding sites dictate where and how gene regulation will occur, less is known about the role played by the intervening DNA. In this work we explore the effect of sequence flexibility on...

Sequence dependence of transcription factor-mediated DNA looping

DNA is subject to large deformations in a wide range of biological processes. Two key examples illustrate how such deformations influence the readout of the genetic information: the sequestering of eukaryotic genes by nucleosomes and DNA looping in transcriptional regulation in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. These kinds of regulatory problems are now becoming amenable to...

Multiple LacI-mediated loops revealed by Bayesian statistics and tethered particle motion

. California Blvd., Pasadena, California 91125 1 Department of Statistics, Columbia University , 1255 Amsterdam Avenue MC 4690, New York, New York 10027 2 Present address: Stephanie Johnson. Department of

Diverse modes of genomic alteration in hepatocellular carcinoma

, Eric W Stawiski, Florian Gnad, Jinfeng Liu, Oleg Mayba, Pan Du, Jingyu Diao, Stephanie Johnson, Thomas D Wu, Sharookh B Kapadia, Zora Modrusan, Dorothy M French, Somasekar Seshagiri and Zemin Zhang are