Although the sequence of the midasin NH 2 -extension shows no statistically significant similarity to other proteins in the GenBank database, its high density of basic and hydrophobic residues generally resemblesthat in the equivalent region of the magnesium chelatases (Fig.
One gap in the story: no mention of the Gypsies, whom the Travelers seem to resemblein many respects.
Model system employed in our study closely resembleswith those that have been described previously [ 7 8 9 ] .
This fiction resemblestheworkof writers such as Franz Kafka, Kobo Abe, Luisa Valenzuela and Jorge Luis Borges.
Grape Shot Grape was so-called because in its original form a round resembledabunchof grapes.
Cannon Point itself is named for the remains of a large tree which resembledacannonfrom a distance.
Figures 13and 14show changes in the SAR that closely resemblethechangesin the electrical conductivity and current density.
As a unique gift or teaching aid Milly, Molly dolls resemblethecharactersin the Milly, Molly series of children's books.
The flower of the plant resemblesaclusterof five doves.
When the gel is stained with SybrGreen I and scanned with a microarray scanner, the polymerase colony resemblesacolonyon an agar plate, hence its name.
Also, the movement of a flexed muscle was thought to resemblethecreepingof a mouse.
This is actually a huge crater (makhtesh in Hebrew), said to be the largest of its kind in the world, measuring 40 km (24 miles) by 9 km (51⁄2 miles), and resemblingacrossbetween the Grand Canyon in America and a giant pitted moonscape.
The origin of the word, however, is Latin porcus `pig,' since the curve of the shell resemblesthecurveof a pig's body.
Although mammalian COP1 failed to rescue the Arabidopsis cop1 mutants, over-expression of the amino-terminal half of mammalian COP1 in Arabidopsis caused a dominant-negative phenotype, resemblingtheeffectof over-expressing the corresponding fragment of AtCOP1 [ 20 21 ] .
The presidency already resemblesanepisodeof the TV programme Big Brother.
Despite the ban on cameras in the courtroom, Oprah's beef trial is starting to resembleanepisodeon her show.
Chicago's New Comiskey Park, which opened in 1991, attempted to address the character question with a superficial postmodern facade that in some ways resembledtheexteriorof the golden-era park it replaced.
A slim-waisted woman, closely resemblingthefiguredown the corridor in A Courtyard in Delft , raises her cup to two men, one of whom pretends to play a fiddle with two pipes.
The student would need to build on that previous work and examine how behaviour may have changed and whether the situation in New Zealand resemblesthefindingsfrom overseas.
Addressing this issue, Dawkins sometimes resemblesaflackfor Lotto assuring us that winning the big one is easy.
Culturebox thinks the outcry about Morris resemblesthefurorover Bloomsbury biographer Lytton Strachey.
Thank Heaven for Little Girls Is it tasteless to suggest of JonBenet Ramsey--the cute, blond 6-year-old from Colorado who was strangled to death a few weeks ago--that it is her grisly death, rather than her career as a juvenile beauty queen, that makes her so uncannily resembleagirlin a fairy tale?
Stanley Crouch (who gleefully refers to Lee as "the diminutive director") has pointed out that Lee resemblestheheroof Preston Sturges' Sullivan's Travels , a lightweight who strives to make an unwieldy epic called O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Kazin's conversational style now closely resembledamemoirin progress--he chatted casually about Harry Levin, the great Joyce scholar at Harvard, and about critic Clifton Fadiman's TV appearances, and about Singer, whom he had recently written about for the New York Review of Books .
It derives its name from one of its sounds, which greatly resemblesthemodulationof an intriguing boar cat.
Short, small women have to remember that they can quickly resembleamushroomin anything too big or a child in anything too cute.
One of San Francisco’s many landmarks, its shape is not meant to resemblethenozzleof a fire hose, as is so often reported.
typically 1:500,000 wt/wt), their signal range may resembletheonefrom negative controls.
It resembledtheonein Heaven."
A slight breeze blowing off the Manukau Harbour kept the temperature down and the main arena resembledtheovalat Lords (or Eden Park depending on where your reading this from).
The reflection of the double arches in the river on a fairly calm day creates a visual image resemblingapairof eyeglasses.
Results and discussion To investigate the effect of flavopiridol treatment on activated B-like DLBCL, we used cell line OCI-Ly3 as our model of activated B-like DLBCL as its gene-expression profile closely resemblestheprofilesof lymphoma biopsy samples from patients with this type of DLBCL [ 1].
The entire area is said to resembletheprowof the waka (canoe) of Maui, an important figure in Maori mythology, and was known by the Maori as Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka a Maui (the tip of the nose of the canoe of Maui).
For one thing, her prose more closely resemblesaseriesof e-mail missives than a rigorous argument.
In addition to these there is Shiprock , a rock resemblingashipin New Mexico, the Finger Lakes in New York, and the Sawtooth Mountain Range in Idaho.
Armstrong's Shrapnel Armstrong's shrapnel closely resembledtheshrapnelof later guns.
Another putative protein (GI number 15228210, locus id At3g47660) has a previously undetected domain at the amino terminus which resemblesthestructureof the pleckstrin homology (PH) domain from phospholipase C delta (PDB 1mai) (C prediction).
Clustering analysis Isolating useful information out of tens of thousands of irrelevant terms closely resemblesthetaskof sorting through gene-expression data produced by microarray technology.
My desire is to produce wines that resembletheterroirof the land, that are produced by the most natural means available.
It resemblesthebrainin two respects: 386624
If there is ever to be one, it will have to resemblethistreatyat least broadly: surprise inspections of suspicious sites, the economic and moral ostracism of nations that don't cooperate, etc.
This insert domain in the archaeo-eukaryotic β subunits resemblestheversionof the β-grasp domain that is present in the bacterial translation initiation factor IF3 and the IGBPs, in contrast to the distinct version found in ubiquitins, ferredoxins and ThiS.
But the paper said that the progress made was "still better than the status quo, which every day seemed more and more to resembleawarin disguise."
Sha Tin Rock, better known as Amah Rock, is actually a pile of several rocks that resembleawomanwith a baby in a sling on her back.
This resemblesthetransitionof type II into type I fibers, and degeneration of myotubes.