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1999) Frameshift mutations at mononucleotide repeats in caspase-5 and other target genes in endometrial and gastrointestinal cancer of the microsatellite mutator phenotype.
c) The two offspring are mutated at each locus using the mutator operator, given a defined mutation probability.
presented a SPICE model of the memcapacitor emulator without a mutator [14].
Mutations in putative mutator genes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains of the W-Beijing family.
Citation: "Somatic progenitor cell vulnerability to mitochondrial DNA mutagenesis underlies progeroid phenotypes in Polg mutator mice;" Kati Ahlqvist, Anu Suomalainen et al.
We loved the Mutator which is a gun that released a blob which forms cysts on the bodies of its victims, which later bursts.
Otherworldly weapons including the Auger, which can shoot through walls, and the plague-spreading Mutator add tactical variety, while even the more conventional firearms boast unusual secondary modes.
Though they're still no match for new weapons like the Mutator, a biological gun that causes foes to blow up into a caustic acidlike mist.
Mutator phenotype may be required for multistage carcinogenesis.
implement the Serializable interface); (4) they will typically include properties involving private member variables with associated accessor and mutator methods; and (5) they will typically generate events, and therefore include associated Listener interfaces and public registration and deregistration facilities (Liang 2009, p1050).
They cover mutagenesis in various microbial backgrounds, polymerase chain reaction mutagenesis, protein evolution mutagenesis, protein structure and function mutagenesis, random mutagenesis, and mutator bacterial strain mutagenesis.
Solamente una de las especies de camarones de la plataforma continental, Solenocera mutator (Figura 4a) tiene registros al limite superior de la ZMO, donde se detectan concentraciones de OD bajas, generalmente <0,5ml x [l.