What Is New about the Exposome? Exploring Scientific Change in Contemporary Epidemiology.

What Is New about the Exposome? Exploring Scientific Change in Contemporary Epidemiology.

On this commentary, I focus on the scientific modifications introduced by the exposome, asking what’s new about this method and line of analysis. I place the exposome in a historic perspective, by analyzing the circumstances below which the exposome has been conceived, developed and established within the context of latest epidemiological analysis. I argue that […]

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Automated Cell-Free Multiprotein Synthesis Facilitates the Identification of a Secretory, Oligopeptide Elicitor-Like, Immunoreactive Protein of the Oomycete Pythium insidiosum.

Automated Cell-Free Multiprotein Synthesis Facilitates the Identification of a Secretory, Oligopeptide Elicitor-Like, Immunoreactive Protein of the Oomycete Pythium insidiosum.

Protein manufacturing depends on time-consuming genetic engineering and in vivo expression, which is a bottleneck for purposeful research within the postgenomic period. Cell-free protein synthesis (CFPS) overcomes the limitation of in vivo protein biosynthesis by processing in vitro transcription and translation of a number of genes to proteins inside hours. We employed an automatic CFPS to concurrently synthesize proteins from 24 genes of […]

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Comparative Genomics Reveals Novel Target Genes towards Specific Control of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes

Comparative Genomics Reveals Novel Target Genes towards Specific Control of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes

Plant-parasitic nematodes trigger intensive annual yield losses to worldwide agricultural manufacturing. Most cultivated vegetation haven’t any recognized resistance in opposition to nematodes and the few bearing a resistance gene may be overcome by sure species. Chemical strategies which were deployed to manage nematodes have largely been banned from use as a consequence of their poor […]

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Genomic evidence supporting the clonal expansion of extensively drug resistant tuberculosis bacteria belonging to a rare Proto - Beijing genotype

Genomic evidence supporting the clonal expansion of extensively drug resistant tuberculosis bacteria belonging to a rare Proto – Beijing genotype

Tuberculosis illness (TB), brought on by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, is a serious public well being concern in Thailand. The excessive prevalence of recent Beijing (Lineage 2.2.1) strains has been related to multi- and extensively-drug resistant infections (MDR-, XDR-TB), complicating illness management. The affect of rarer proto-Beijing (L2.1) strains is much less clear. In our research of thirty-seven […]

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