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W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Arrival At Jefferson Barracks, St. Martin Absent Without Leave, Letter From St. Martin Received, News Of Jefferson Barracks, Transfer Of Foot Requested. July 31, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Arrival At Jefferson Barracks, St. Martin Absent Without Leave, Letter From St. Martin Received, News Of Jefferson Barracks, Transfer Of Foot Requested. July 31, 1834

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W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Official Notice Of Arrival At Jefferson Barracks. July 30, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Official Notice Of Arrival At Jefferson Barracks. July 30, 1834

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W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Certification For Furlough And Request For Sick Leave By Lieutenant Phillip St. George Cooke. August 11, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Certification For Furlough And Request For Sick Leave By Lieutenant Phillip St. George Cooke. August 11, 1834

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F. L. Alexander [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To W. Beaumont, Regarding: Hospital Attendants Excused For Parades. August 9, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

F. L. Alexander [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To W. Beaumont, Regarding: Hospital Attendants Excused For Parades. August 9, 1834

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Manuscript Copy Of “Review Of Beaumont On The Gastric Juices” (Experiments And Observations) In The Western Medical Gazette Of Cincinnati, May 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

Manuscript Copy Of “Review Of Beaumont On The Gastric Juices” (Experiments And Observations) In The Western Medical Gazette Of Cincinnati, May 1834

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Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] To W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Lyman Foot’S Transfer To Fort Winnebago. September 4, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] To W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Lyman Foot’S Transfer To Fort Winnebago. September 4, 1834

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W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Hopes To Employ St. Martin And To Continue Observations And Experiments, Preference For Posts More Centrally Located And Conducive To Research Work, And Request For Furlough. September 6, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Hopes To Employ St. Martin And To Continue Observations And Experiments, Preference For Posts More Centrally Located And Conducive To Research Work, And Request For Furlough. September 6, 1834

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W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Request For Furlough For Family Reasons. September 6, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Request For Furlough For Family Reasons. September 6, 1834

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S. Cooper [Jefferson Barracks, Saint Louis, Mo] To W. Beaumont, Regarding: Transfer To Fort Crawford, Transfer Of Finley To Jefferson Barracks. October 1, 1834. W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Finley’S Desertion. October 1, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

S. Cooper [Jefferson Barracks, Saint Louis, Mo] To W. Beaumont, Regarding: Transfer To Fort Crawford, Transfer Of Finley To Jefferson Barracks. October 1, 1834. W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Finley’S Desertion. October 1, 1834

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W. Beaumont Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Inventories Of Effects Of Two Dead Soldiers, William Telford And Corporal Jones. October 25, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Inventories Of Effects Of Two Dead Soldiers, William Telford And Corporal Jones. October 25, 1834

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W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Request For Transfer Of Samuel G. I. Decamp To Jefferson Barracks Instead Of Finley. October 20, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] To Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Request For Transfer Of Samuel G. I. Decamp To Jefferson Barracks Instead Of Finley. October 20, 1834

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Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] To W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Finley Ordered To Jefferson Barracks To Await Trial With W. Beaumont As Witness. October 21, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] To W. Beaumont [Jefferson Barracks, Mo] Regarding: Finley Ordered To Jefferson Barracks To Await Trial With W. Beaumont As Witness. October 21, 1834

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Lieutenant Potter To W. Beaumont, Requesting Clarification Of Latter’S Orders. 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

Lieutenant Potter To W. Beaumont, Requesting Clarification Of Latter’S Orders. 1834

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Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] To W. Beaumont [Plattsburgh, Ny] Regarding: Vaccine Supply Sent And Official Notice Of Transfer To Jefferson Barracks. December 26, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General’S Office [Washington, Dc] To W. Beaumont [Plattsburgh, Ny] Regarding: Vaccine Supply Sent And Official Notice Of Transfer To Jefferson Barracks. December 26, 1834

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S. Highley, [London, England] To Thomas P. Jones [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Declining Offer To Publish Experiments And Observations And Return Of Manuscript. February 20, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

S. Highley, [London, England] To Thomas P. Jones [Washington, Dc] Regarding: Declining Offer To Publish Experiments And Observations And Return Of Manuscript. February 20, 1834

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Notes On “Review Of Beaumont On The Gastric Juices” (Experiments And Observations) In The Western Medical Gazette Of Cincinnati, May 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

Notes On “Review Of Beaumont On The Gastric Juices” (Experiments And Observations) In The Western Medical Gazette Of Cincinnati, May 1834

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Memo, Draft Memorial, W. Beaumont To Congress, With Narrative Of Experiments On St. Martin And Expenses Incurred. 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

Memo, Draft Memorial, W. Beaumont To Congress, With Narrative Of Experiments On St. Martin And Expenses Incurred. 1834

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W. Beaumont [Washington, Dc] To Deborah Beaumont [Plattsburgh, Ny] Regarding: Travels By Boat And Stage From Louisville Over The Allegheny Mountains To Virginia. November 15, 1834, 2010 Washington University School of Medicine

W. Beaumont [Washington, Dc] To Deborah Beaumont [Plattsburgh, Ny] Regarding: Travels By Boat And Stage From Louisville Over The Allegheny Mountains To Virginia. November 15, 1834

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Bioactive Peptide-Based Probes, Clair D. Hicks, Peter A. Crooks 2010 University of Kentucky

Bioactive Peptide-Based Probes, Clair D. Hicks, Peter A. Crooks

Pharmaceutical Sciences Faculty Patents

A method for preparing a site-specific peptide probe, wherein the peptide is specific to a receptor, includes modifying a marker to include a tether molecule and covalently binding the tether molecule to the peptide. The present invention also provides a labeled probe, comprising a peptide specific for a receptor and a marker. The marker is modified to include a tether molecule capable of covalently binding to the peptide. The peptide is typically derived from a bacteriophage or is a synthetic analog or derivative of the peptide. The receptor will typically be found on a surface of a bacterial cell. The ...


Rna Polymerase Mapping During Stress Responses Reveals Widespread Nonproductive Transcription In Yeast, Tae Soo Kim, Chih Long Liu, Moran Yassour, John Holik, Nir Friedman, Stephen Buratowski, Oliver J. Rando 2010 Harvard University

Rna Polymerase Mapping During Stress Responses Reveals Widespread Nonproductive Transcription In Yeast, Tae Soo Kim, Chih Long Liu, Moran Yassour, John Holik, Nir Friedman, Stephen Buratowski, Oliver J. Rando

Open Access Articles

BACKGROUND: The use of genome-wide RNA abundance profiling by microarrays and deep sequencing has spurred a revolution in our understanding of transcriptional control. However, changes in mRNA abundance reflect the combined effect of changes in RNA production, processing, and degradation, and thus, mRNA levels provide an occluded view of transcriptional regulation.

RESULTS: To partially disentangle these issues, we carry out genome-wide RNA polymerase II (PolII) localization profiling in budding yeast in two different stress response time courses. While mRNA changes largely reflect changes in transcription, there remains a great deal of variation in mRNA levels that is not accounted for ...


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