There are at least 28 genes in humans that encode at least 19 different types of collagen.
Sleep appears to help people process information they have just learned and encode memories.
Often, a single gene can encode several different mRNA transcripts, caused by the cell- or tissue-specific combination of different exons.
They do not encode an element of thought but are essentially communicative devices.
Neural motion detectors do appear to use a strategy based on such space-time pairings to encode image motion.
poxvirus family were the first DNA viruses shown to encode secreted versions of cellular cytokine receptors.
The family of genes that encode the olfactory receptors responsible for detecting smell provide an extreme example.
The achaete-scute genes encode transcriptional regulators bearing a bHLH motif whose expression endows cells with neural potential.
To write unicode strings to file, you have to specify the encoding you want to use and encode back into a byte-string.
We have cloned two cDNAs which encode the only members of the Myb class of transcription factors found in differentiating pine xylem.
Each operon has some genes which encode cytoplasmic rather than membrane spanning chemoreceptors.
The genome sequence is available for this bacterial strain, revealing genes that encode 39 c -type cytochromes.
For the case study we choose a constraint domain C 0 that is sufficiently expressive to encode many policy idioms.
nociceptive specific neurons encode multidimensional features of prolonged repetitive heat stimuli.
Electrophysiological analysis suggests that VA opsin horizontal cells are intrinsically photosensitive and encode irradiance information.
We have characterized a number of cDNAs which encode proteinases to underpin optimization of proteinase inhibitors either alone or in combination.
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