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Evidence for packaging of rep-cap sequences into adeno-associated virus (AAV) type 2 capsids in the absence of inverted terminal repeats: a model for generation of rep-positive AAV particles.Academic Article Why?
Lawrence, JeannePerson Why?
Interaction of peptides with sequences from the Newcastle disease virus fusion protein heptad repeat regions.Academic Article Why?
Tandem repeat deletion in the alpha C protein of group B streptococcus is recA independent.Academic Article Why?
The mu switch region tandem repeats are important, but not required, for antibody class switch recombination.Academic Article Why?
The Smu tandem repeat region is critical for Ig isotype switching in the absence of Msh2.Academic Article Why?
Duplication of U3 sequences in the long terminal repeat of mink cell focus-inducing viruses generates redundancies of transcription factor binding sites important for the induction of thymomas.Academic Article Why?
Early detection of a two-long-terminal-repeat junction molecule in the cytoplasm of recombinant murine leukemia virus-infected cells.Academic Article Why?
Adeno-associated virus (AAV) type 5 Rep protein cleaves a unique terminal resolution site compared with other AAV serotypes.Academic Article Why?
Application of low copy number STR typing to the identification of aged, degraded skeletal remains.Academic Article Why?
Drosophila atm/telomere fusion is required for telomeric localization of HP1 and telomere position effect.Academic Article Why?
HSFY genes and the P4 palindrome in the AZFb interval of the human Y chromosome are not required for spermatocyte maturation.Academic Article Why?
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