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• (1997)
Hydrogenated amorphous silicon is a relatively new material with device applications including photovoltaics. Intrinsic and light-induced electronic defects reduce the efficiency of a-Si:H solar cells. Although hydrogen ...

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• (1997)
Cu ions exchanged into zeolites like ZSM-5 show high catalytic activity for the decomposition of environmentally harmful NO to harmless N$\sb2$ and O$\sb2.$ The present work is an attempt to study this phenomenon using a ...

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• (Engineering Experiment Station. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1926-08-10)

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• (, 1919)

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• (1983)

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• (1967)

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• (1961)

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• (1968)

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• (2011-01-14)
Understanding the composition of Earth’s inner core is crucial for revealing the mechanisms of core formation and the evolution of Earth. The presence of light elements in the Earth’s inner core has been indicated in recent ...

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Information networks, such as biological or social networks, contain groups of related entities, which can be identified by clustering. Density-based clustering (DBC) differs from vertex-partitioning methods in that some ...

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Information networks, such as biological or social networks, contain groups of related entities, which can be identified by clustering. Density-based clustering (DBC) differs from vertex-partitioning methods in that some ...

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• (2015-09-23)
Cancer and antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections are currently two of the major health concerns facing the United States. Novel therapeutics capable of specifically targeting either cancer or resistant bacteria are ...

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• (1973)

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• (1971)

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• (1991)
One goal critical to the use of recombinant DNA technologies with rumen bacteria is the establishment of a stable DNA transfer system. Research to date has shown that Ruminococcus can be classified as a genus resistant to ...

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• (2006)
Finally, a general strategy to synthesize 5'-adenylated RNA using T4 DNA ligase was developed. 5'-Adenylated RNA can be used for in vitro selection to identify deoxyribozymes with new activities.

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Deoxyribozymes are single-stranded DNA molecules that catalyze a variety of chemical reactions. Catalytic DNAs have not been found in nature but can be identified by in vitro selection from random sequences. In this thesis, ...

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While DNA is most familiar in its double-stranded form as a storehouse of genetic information, its chemical similarities to naturally occurring ribozymes suggest that it can act as a catalyst. Single-stranded DNA molecules ...

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