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Bacterial Physiology Phage injection establishes CRISPR immunity - Nature.com


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The CRISPR–Cas system protects bacteria from invaders by acquiring short DNA sequences from infecting viruses. These sequences (spacers) protect against subsequent infection by mediating the cleavage of invading DNA by Cas nuclease. The details of ...

IoT Evolution World Week in Review: NYU, AT&T & More - IoT Evolution World (blog)


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To answer some of those questions, Get Wireless, Sierra Wireless and IoT Evolution will jointly host a new webinar, “Top 5 considerations for LTE in your business.” Farmnote Holdings, an IoT solutions provider for dairy and livestock farming, has ...

Evolution, rolling dice, and Russian spies - Albany Times Union (blog)


Albany Times Union (blog)
First a great first impression with Evolution: Climate. This beautiful card game captures all of the turmoil and drama of nature and evolution in a nice tidy one hour playtime. Players create new species, add various traits, increase the population and ...

Phages and the Evolution of Bacterial Pathogens: from Genomic Rearrangements to Lysogenic Conversion

Rockville - United States

Research paper by Harald Br+-ssow, Carlos Canchaya and Wolf-Dietrich Hardt presenting the available genomics and biological data on prophages from bacterial pathogens, in an evolutionary framework.

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