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== More on tributyl-phosphate ==
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== More on tributyl-n-phosphate ==
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* Immunotoxins as anti-bacterial/viral HA protein fusion inhibitors ?  
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* nanoemulsions as potential acylating reagents?
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** [Insert PUBMED reference here]
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** [20421727, 18057181, 21763730]  
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** Summary: protease/amino acids based gene encoding using recombinant viral proteins such as vaccinia virus and anthrax (''B. anthracis''), as seen on tv.
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** Summary: protease/amino acids based gene encoding using recombinant viral proteins such as vaccinia virus and anthrax (''B. anthracis''), as seen on tv.
** protein kinase (EC 3.1.1.8), calmodulin dependent/specific gene stuff which I don't yet understand.. :)
** protein kinase (EC 3.1.1.8), calmodulin dependent/specific gene stuff which I don't yet understand.. :)
** TODO: determine if aminoacylation process of cysteine/glutamate dependent amino acids can induce immunogenic reactions/inhibition of bacterias/virus!
** TODO: determine if aminoacylation process of cysteine/glutamate dependent amino acids can induce immunogenic reactions/inhibition of bacterias/virus!

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More on tributyl-n-phosphate

  • nanoemulsions as potential acylating reagents?
    • [20421727, 18057181, 21763730]
    • Summary: protease/amino acids based gene encoding using recombinant viral proteins such as vaccinia virus and anthrax (B. anthracis), as seen on tv.
    • protein kinase (EC 3.1.1.8), calmodulin dependent/specific gene stuff which I don't yet understand.. :)
    • TODO: determine if aminoacylation process of cysteine/glutamate dependent amino acids can induce immunogenic reactions/inhibition of bacterias/virus!



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