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We propose that the majority of these differences are due to microvariation in the structure of DNA with a slightly different DNA sequence.

V Murray et al.

Nucleic Acids Research 13 (5), 11 Mar 1985

Methods Sixteen men and 47 women ranging in age from 18 to 77 years [mean 53 +/- 13] with LDL cholesterol levels that were normal or slightly elevated but acceptable for subjects at low risk of coronary artery disease were recruited from general gastroenterology and low risk lipid clinics.

Guido MA Van Rosendaal et al.

Nutrition Journal 3 (7), 28 Sep 2004

The dominance of women in our study, the "normal", or only slightly abnormal cholesterol states of our subjects and the relatively young ages of some of them may, accordingly, account for some of the variance of our observations with some of those previously reported.

Guido MA Van Rosendaal et al.

Nutrition Journal 3 (7), 28 Sep 2004

Depending on both the structures of the xanthate and the olefin, the addition process can be achieved at room temperature or slightly higher.

Jean Boivin et al.

Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 3 (7), 13 Dec 2007

For planar radicals, Rûchardt and Beckwith established that the C-H bond dissociation energy (BDE) for H-CXYZ compounds displays a good linear correlation with the measured α and β-proton ESR hyperfine splitting constants. [ 17 - 19 ] When Y = Me, Z = H, the H-C BDE follows the order for X: CH=CH 2 < Ph < PhCO = MeCO < CN < CO 2 Et < Me (Table 3 , entries 1–7) The BDE for compounds where Y = Z = H follows the same order, albeit the value is of course slightly higher when compared to their methylated counterparts (entries 8–11).

Jean Boivin et al.

Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 3 (7), 13 Dec 2007

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Comparison of the sequence specificity of bleomycin cleavage in two slightly different DNA sequences.

V Murray et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 11 Mar 1985

Effect of time of administration on cholesterol-lowering by psyllium: a randomized cross-over study in normocholesterolemic or slightly hypercholesterolemic subjects

Guido MA Van Rosendaal et al.

Nutrition Journal , 28 Sep 2004

Humanities and medicine (a slightly dissident view).

H. Mandell

The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine , 1992

Degradation of Anthracycline Antitumor Compounds Catalysed by Metal Ions: ... formed by hydrolysis at slightly basic pH. D* is a ...

Marina M. L. Fiallo et al.

Metal-Based Drugs , 1994

Part 3. Triethylborane-air: a suitable initiator for intermolecular radical additions of S -2-oxoalkyl-thionocarbonates ( S -xanthates) to olefins: ... at room temperature or slightly higher.

Jean Boivin et al.

Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry , 13 Dec 2007

Interpretation of the properties of chromatin extracts from mammalian nuclei: ... chromatin was degraded slightly more slowly than the ...

A.J. Marshall et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Apr 1976

Evidence of altered histone interactions, as investigated by removal of histones, in chromatin isolated from rat liver nuclei by a conventional method.: ... that the release of the slightly lysine-rich histones ...

H Fenske et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Oct 1975

Recombination rate and protein evolution in yeast: ... of nearly-neutral (i.e. slightly deleterious) evolution ...

Tim Connallon et al.

BMC Evolutionary Biology , 27 Nov 2007

Non-covalent DNA groove-binding by 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine.: ... complexes broadened and slightly shifted upfield, while ...

G A Marsch et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 11 Dec 1994

Absence of hyperactivity in lead-exposed developing rats.: ... active behaviors were slightly reduced in the ...

D Krehbiel et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Dec 1976

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