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Thermus thermophilus
(29 times)
Biochemistry
(13 times)
Rm (2 times)
RNAPs (2 times)
SSB (2 times)
1991 Cloning, overexpression and nucleotide sequence of a thermostable DNA ligase-encoding gene.
thoracic temperature
(8 times)
Biology
(7 times)
Ta (3 times)
fW (1 time)
RQ (1 time)
1991 Thermoregulation and activity patterns of two syntopic cicadas, Tibicen chiricahua and T. duryi (Homoptera: Cicadidae), in central New Mexico.
T.thermophilus
(2 times)
Microbiology
(1 time)
NP (1 time)
Pfu (1 time)
RT (1 time)
1998 Effect of inhibitors in clinical specimens on Taq and Tth DNA polymerase-based PCR amplification of influenza A virus.
temperature-switching threshold
(1 time)
Natural Science Disciplines
(1 time)
ICG-NPs (1 time)
NIR (1 time)
TBG (1 time)
2016 New generation ICG-based contrast agents for ultrasound-switchable fluorescence imaging.
thermal stability of GrpE
(1 time)
Molecular Biology
(1 time)
--- 2010 Crystal structure of a thermophilic GrpE protein: insight into thermosensing function for the DnaK chaperone system.
thermal stability of its components, the DnaK
(1 time)
Cell Biology
(1 time)
--- 2002 The DnaK/ClpB chaperone system from Thermus thermophilus.
threshold to switch on fluorophores
(1 time)
TBW (1 time)
USF (1 time)
2014 Development of Ultrasound-switchable Fluorescence Imaging Contrast Agents based on Thermosensitive Polymers and Nanoparticles.
Thy for the tail skin vasodilation
(1 time)
Physiology
(1 time)
EW (1 time)
IH (1 time)
Ta (1 time)
1990 Thermoregulatory responses to acute body heating in rats acclimated to continuous heat exposure.