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Mariner

group of transposons with broad phylogenetic distribution (arthropods, nematodes, planaria, humans). Mariner elements consist of a transposase gene flanked by short inverted repeats. Nature 378:672


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The Fiber Disease

... with a novel CBL c.q the cause of "an unidentified dermatosis syndrome" "The globose budding cells of L. loboi may resemble the “mariners wheel” form of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in tissue; however, the consistent diameter and chain-like arrangement of the yeast cells of L. ...

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... Important note for the histopathologist in relation to infection with a novel CBL: "The globose budding cells of L. loboi may resemble the “mariners wheel” form of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in tissue; however, the consistent diameter and chain-like arrangement of the yeast cells of L. ...

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The Fiber Disease

... Important note for the histopathologist in relation to infection with a novel CBL: "The globose budding cells of L. loboi may resemble the “mariners wheel” form of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in tissue; however, the consistent diameter and chain-like arrangement of the yeast cells of L. ...

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Wed Aug 23, 2006 11:13 am
 
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The Fiber Disease

Jump to Weather | Traffic | Mariners | Seahawks | Sonics | Forums | Calendar Saturday, June 3, 2006 CDC to investigate mystery disease Sufferers describe ghastly symptoms; but some doctors skeptical of claims By ERIN ALLDAY SAN FRANCISCO ...

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