Browse by Subject "adaptation"
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Butyrate-induced expression of proglucagon: implications for enteroendocrine signaling and intestinal growth (2010-06-29)While the gastrointestinal tract is primarily recognized for its digestive and absorptive capacity, it is also the largest endocrine organ in the body. There are a number of different types of endocrine cells in the gut ...
(2012-06-27)The study of adaptation, the practice of creating and producing literature, performance, music, and art that maintains a sustained engagement with an informing sourcetext or ‘original’ piece of literature, is a way of ...
(iSchools, 2013-02)It has been discussed intensively that technology can shape social and in return is being shaped and adapted by its social context of use. Social media technologies have become pervasive in the recent years. It has been ...
(2010-01-06)Abstract The two-component based chemotaxis signal transduction system allows flagellated bacteria to sense their surrounding chemical environment and move towards more favorable conditions. The attractant signals can ...
Translation or adaptation? authors writing in a second language: an analysis of Stefan Heym’s “Hostages” and “Der Fall Glasenapp” (2010-06-22)Translation is considered an artistic, creative act, not unlike writing a novel: the translator strives to transfer the meaning of the original text into another language very carefully, precisely and accurately. The ...