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Development of an assay for the identification of campylobacter bacteriophage receptor binding proteins
Development of an assay for the identification of campylobacter bacteriophage receptor binding proteinsDownload
Bacterial viruses (phages) are ubiquitous in the environment and are believed to target every bacterial species. Phages utilize receptor binding proteins (RBPs) to bind specifically to their host cell surface. The Campylobacter jejuni phage NCTC 12673 RBP and its capsular polysaccharide (CPS)...
Is too much data making you crazy? Learn how building a Data Management Plan can help you
PowerPoint Presentation from University of Alberta Libraries' Open Access Week session by graduate students of Biology 560: A Data Management Plan (DMP) outlines how you will handle your data both during your research and after the project is completed. Most research funders, organizations and...
The abundance of sea lice on farmed salmon and wild juvenile salmon in the Broughton Archipelago has fluctuated significantly both among and within years. Years when sea lice have reached epizootic levels are associated with increased mortality and depressed productivity of wild salmon...