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... <fig id="f7" orientation="portrait" position="float"> <caption> <p>(2Si=O-H)<sup>+</sup> complex formation mechanism via three-fold coordination of the O atom with subsequent H 1<italic>s</italic> level lowering and extra electron donation to a DB in SiO<sub>2</sub> and to the Si conduction band in the SiO<sub>2</sub>/Si interface, respectively. Electron excitation over to the SiO<sub>2</sub> conduction band denoted by a symbol × is not allowed because the energy needed for excitation over to SiO<sub>2</sub> conduction band is larger than the H 1<italic>s</italic> level lowering.</p> </caption> <graphic orientation="portrait" position="float" xlink:href="f7"/> </fig> ...
... <p>... The recent discovery that Hfq is required for translation of the ς<sup>s</sup> subunit of RNA polymerase, specific for stationary phase and osmotic upshift, implies that it probably influences the expression of the >40 genes ... Template for synthesis of <sup>32</sup>P-labeled RNA primer (97RNA) was obtained by PCR amplification of a region of the genome ...</p> ...
... <body> <p>The <italic>Escherichia coli argU</italic> gene encodes a minor arginine tRNA, tRNA<sup arrange="stack">Arg</sup><sub arrange="stack">UCU</sub>, which corresponds to the rare codon AGA and possibly AGG ...</p> ...</body> ...