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      Electron transfer mechanisms 

      Beratan, David N.; Skourtis, Spiros S. (1998)
      The tunneling pathway framework description of protein electron transfer reactions has prompted a lively discussion of how structure and evolution influence electron transfer rates. Recent protein and model system experiments, ...
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      Increased number of MicroRNA target sites in genes encoded in CNV regions. Evidence for an evolutionary genomic interaction 

      Felekkis, Kyriacos N.; Voskarides, Konstantinos; Dweep, H.; Sticht, C.; Gretz, N.; Constantinou-Deltas, Constantinos D. (2011)
      MicroRNAs (miRNAs) and copy number variations (CNVs) are two newly discovered genetic elements that have revolutionized the field of molecular biology and genetics. By performing in silico whole genome analysis, we demonstrate ...
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      Near full-length genetic analysis of HIV sequences derived from Cyprus: Evidence of a highly polyphyletic and evolving infection 

      Kousiappa, Ioanna; Van De Vijver, D. A. M. C.; Kostrikis, Leontios G. (2009)
      The molecular epidemiology of HIV-1 infection was previously studied in Cyprus but the degree of HIV-1 diversity has remained indefinable. The main objective of the present study is to examine HIV-1 strains isolated from ...
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      Sequence evidence for common ancestry of eukaryotic endomembrane coatomers 

      Promponas, Vasilis J.; Katsani, K. R.; Blencowe, B. J.; Ouzounis, Christos A. (2016)
      Eukaryotic cells are defined by compartments through which the trafficking of macromolecules is mediated by large complexes, such as the nuclear pore, transport vesicles and intraflagellar transport. The assembly and ...
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      Viral correlates of HIV-1 disease 

      Anastassopoulou, C. G.; Kostrikis, Leontios G. (2005)
      The transmission of HIV and the progression of HIV disease are influenced not only by a large number of human host factors, but also by certain correlates of the ever fluctuating virus quasispecies. The present review ...