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Regulating the transcription of α-synuclein may constitute a potential target for therapeutic intervention in Parkinson’s disease.
Copper ions can move about and pair up in a zeolite framework as they catalyze nitric oxide removal from diesel exhaust.
Rhodium catalysis in a nonpolar solvent produces cyclic fluorocarbons with all the fluorines on the same face of the ring.
RNA polymerase II elongation complex structure unveils the basic framework for processive transcription and regulation.
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