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Prokaryotic expression and active immunisation against recombinant-derived prolactin fusion protein on broodiness and egg-laying in Wanxi-white goose
Seasonal laying and strong broodiness in the Wanxi-white goose (Anser anser), a Chinese indigenous breed, result in its low production of eggs. It is assumed that the onset of broodiness is one of the major factors responsible for egg production. Therefore, elimina...
Kinetics of diffusion-controlled adsorption of adenine and adenosine in a carboxymethyl diaminoethane PVC-mediated column system
The interactions of biochemical compounds, such as adenine and adenosine, with chelating resins in fixed-beds have been extensively studied. However, a literature search indicates that there are very few studies concerning the kinetics of ligand adsorption in the continuous mode.
Antimatter has long held a grip on the fascination of both scientists and the general public, though usually for very different reasons. Dirac’s famous 1931 prediction of the existence of both the positron and the antiproton (though he did confess to know nothing of the nature of the proton) holds a special place in physics.