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  • Pif1 is a force-regulated helicase.
  • Li JH1, Lin WX1, Zhang B2, Nong DG1, Ju HP1, Ma JB1, Xu CH1, Ye FF1, Xi XG3, Li M1, Lu Y4, Dou SX5.
  • Nucleic acids research.Nucleic Acids Res.2016 Apr 20. pii: gkw295. [Epub ahead of print]
  • Pif1 is a prototypical member of the 5' to 3' DNA helicase family conserved from bacteria to human. It has a high binding affinity for DNA, but unwinds double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) with a low processivity. Efficient DNA unwinding has been observed only at high protein concentrations that favor dimeri
  • PMID 27098034
  • Identification of a Substrate Recognition Domain in the Replication Stress Response Protein Zinc Finger Ran-binding Domain-containing Protein 3 (ZRANB3).
  • Badu-Nkansah A1, Mason AC2, Eichman BF3, Cortez D4.
  • The Journal of biological chemistry.J Biol Chem.2016 Apr 8;291(15):8251-7. doi: 10.1074/jbc.M115.709733. Epub 2016 Feb 16.
  • DNA damage and other forms of replication stress can cause replication forks to stall. Replication stress response proteins stabilize and resolve stalled forks by mechanisms that include fork remodeling to facilitate repair or bypass of damaged templates. Several enzymes including SMARCAL1, HLTF, an
  • PMID 26884333
  • The cobra's tongue: Rethinking the function of the "fishtail appendage" on the pitcher plant Darlingtonia californica.
  • Armitage DW1.
  • American journal of botany.Am J Bot.2016 Mar 31. [Epub ahead of print]
  • PREMISE OF STUDY: Carnivorous pitcher plants employ a variety of putative adaptations for prey attraction and capture. One example is the peculiar forked "fishtail appendage", a foliar structure widely presumed to function as a prey attractant on adult leaves of Darlingtonia californica (Sarraceniac
  • PMID 27033318


  • 22aAF-11 フォーク型回折格子をもちいた回折顕微法の位相回復精度の研究
  • 22aAF-10 フォーク型回折格子をもちいた収束電子らせん波の形成
  • 大根収穫機の自動化に関する報告 第3報 - 規格外大根排除装置の開発 -


Also found in: Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, 0.01 sec. forked ( fôrkt, fôr k d). adj. 1. Containing or characterized by a fork: a forked river. 2. Shaped like or similar to a fork: forked lightning; a forked tail. forked [fɔːkt ˈfɔːkɪd] ...
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forked lightning」


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「a form of lightning that moves rapidly in a zigzag path with one end divided (fork-like)」
chain lightning



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「place under attack with one''s own pieces, of two enemy pieces」

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「the region of the angle formed by the junction of two branches; "they took the south fork"; "he climbed into the crotch of a tree"」

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「shape like a fork; "She forked her fingers"」

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「an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a handle and metal prongs」

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「cutlery used for serving and eating food」

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「(食卓用の)『フォーク』 / くま手,またぐわ / (川・道路などの)分岐点;別れ道,分流,分枝 / 〈干し草など〉‘を'くま手でかき上げる(刺す) / (川・道路・枝などが)分岐する / 〈人が〉(左右の)別れ道をとる」

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