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  • Optimization of a microarray for fission yeast. [Journal Article]
    Genomics Inform 2019; 17(3):e28Kim DU, Lee M, … Hoe KL
  • Bar-code (tag) microarrays of yeast gene-deletion collections facilitate the systematic identification of genes required for growth in any condition of interest. Anti-sense strands of amplified bar-codes hybridize with ~10,000 (5,000 each for up- and down-tags) different kinds of sense-strand probes on an array. In this study, we optimized the hybridization processes of an array for fission yeast…
  • [Laryngeal Surgery - Malignant Lesions]. [Journal Article]
    Laryngorhinootologie 2019; 98(10):725-741Arens C, Schwemmle C, Voigt-Zimmermann S
  • This article is intended to give an overview of the surgery for laryngeal malignancies and the current state of transoral endoscopic laryngeal surgery. The current therapy concepts in transoral endoscopic laryngeal surgery are presented in combination with the various possibilities of reconstruction. The adequate oncological treatment under functional aspects described plays the decisive role her…
  • Widespread global increase in intense lake phytoplankton blooms since the 1980s. [Journal Article]
    Nature 2019Ho JC, Michalak AM, Pahlevan N
  • Freshwater phytoplankton blooms affect public health and ecosystem services globally1,2, with harmful impacts resulting either from a bloom's high intensity or the presence of toxin-producing phytoplankton species. Freshwater blooms result in economic losses of over US$4 billion annually in the United States alone, primarily from harm to aquatic food production, recreation and tourism, and drinki…
  • Sleeve Gastrectomy in the Elderly. [Journal Article]
    Obes Facts 2019; :1-7Nevo N, Eldar SM, … Hazzan D
  • CONCLUSIONS: In an elderly population, laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy is safe and effective, yet weight loss outcomes are more modest when compared to a younger surgical population. Carefully selected elderly patients can benefit from bariatric surgery.
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