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2,717 Possible Causes for Two banded, Warbler

  • Influenza

    (A) The SDS-PAGE of IDV HEF crystals shows that there are two bands, HEF1 and HEF2, confirming the IDV HEF protein had undergone proteolytic processing in the crystal form[doi.org] A 585/70-nm band-pass filter was used for Cy3 fluorescent emission, and a 650 long-pass filter was used for CypHer5 emission.[doi.org] SDS-PAGE and western blot of the IDV HEF crystals, and the N-terminal amino acid sequencing result of the HEF2 band.[doi.org]

    Missing: Warbler
  • Skin Infection

    […] within 24 hours before randomization, including an elevated body temperature ( 38 C), a white-cell count of more than 12,000 cells per cubic millimeter, or more than 10% band[nejm.org] In addition to erythema, at least two of the following local signs were required: purulent drainage or discharge, fluctuance, heat or localized warmth, tenderness on palpation[nejm.org]

    Missing: Warbler
  • Sunburn

    For the first half of 1999 the band had completely ignored Sunburn, only making two known appearances before July 1999.[musewiki.org] The xeroderma pigmentosum group D (XPD) gene: one gene, two functions, three diseases.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Characterization of tiger tail banding and hair shaft abnormalities in trichothiodystrophy.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Warbler
  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Lysates were prepared from the cells and perforin was detected by immunoblotting with 2d4-perf antibody under nonreducing conditions. 29 , 30 Two bands corresponding to perforin[dx.doi.org]

    Missing: Warbler
  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Caco2-derived trypsin IV cleaves zonulin in its two subunits.[dx.doi.org] The intensity of the 18-kDa band (identified by NH 2 -terminal sequencing as the a2 chain) increased after 120-min incubation in Caco2 cells.[dx.doi.org]

    Missing: Warbler
  • Tuberculosis

    After digestion with Hae III, a 140-bp band was seen in all samples; however, two bands of 175 and l15 bp were observed in sample 1.[doi.org] All the isolates showed highly related LM-PCR patterns with six common bands and one or two additional bands. The 140 isolates were thus split into seven subgroups.[doi.org] A 441-bp band was seen in all seven samples after digestion with Bst EII. However, sample 1 gave rise to two bands of 245 and 220 bp.[doi.org]

    Missing: Warbler
  • Vibrio

    […] consequence of the reform of the medical studies in Toscana, Pacini went to Pisa where he was appointed assistant to professor Paolo Savi (1798-1871), now known for Savi's warbler[whonamedit.com] When total genomic DNA was subjected to I- Sce I digestion, the result was two bands (data not shown).[doi.org] Examination of V. mimicus confirmed the presence of two bands following PFGE of undigested genomic DNA.[doi.org]

  • Promiscuity

    Promiscuity is also suggested by the 'good gene' theory, as exhibited by the great reed warbler.[theguardian.com] Frequencies of EPFs did not differ significantly between years (although only two years were examined).[doi.org] The female warbler may nest with a male with a small song repertoire, but she will seek 'extra-pair copulation' with males with big song repertoires, which tend to live longer[theguardian.com]

  • Pteridium

    The Indigo Bunting and Chestnut-Sided Warbler have been known to construct nests on Bracken Fern.[illinoiswildflowers.info] […] between the two African subspecies.[doi.org] Small stands of bracken provide nesting, feeding and roosting habitat for a variety of smaller birds, including the willow warbler (which will also use bracken to construct[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Vibrio Cholerae

    Home Biology Cell & Microbiology January 4, 2017 January 4, 2017, The City University of New York The Wilson's warbler is an "avoider" bird.[phys.org] Overall PFGE analysis revealed the CL biotype strains to have two major banding patterns (pulsotypes), I and II, and pattern II had three different subtypes, IIa to IIc ([jcm.asm.org] Bands with a weak signal or blurred appearance were excluded, as well as bands from the two ends of the gel.[doi.org]

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