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  • The variable N-terminal region of DDX5 contains structural elements and auto-inhibits its interaction with NS5B of hepatitis C virus 

    Dutta, Sujit; Gupta, Garvita; Choi, Yook-Wah; Kotaka, Masayo; Fielding, Burtram C.; Song, Jianxing; Tan, Yee-Joo (Portland Press, 2012)
    RNA helicases of the DEAD (Asp-Glu-Ala-Asp)-box family of proteins are involved in many aspects of RNA metabolism from transcription to RNA decay, but most of them have also been shown to be multifunctional. The DEAD-box ...
  • Video observations on the habitat association of demersal nekton in the mid-shelf benthic environment off the Orange River mouth 

    Sulaiman, A; Hissman, K; Schauer, J; Wickens, PA; McMillan, I; Gibbons, Mark J. (NISC and Taylor & Francis, 2000)
    A semi-quantitative assessment is made of the animals observed in archived videotapes taken from the research submersible Jago, during diamond mining and exploratory surveys off the mouth of the Orange River on the west ...
  • Vulnerable diseases affecting child mortality in Sierra Leone: emerging health issue 

    Davids, Saarah F.; Appunni, Sathiya Susuman; Abduraghiem, Latief (SAGE Publications, 2012)
    Child mortality in Sierra Leone is the highest ranked in the world. The main causes for child mortality are maternal factors, environmental factors and health factors. Minimal research has been carried out on health factors ...
  • A water balance approach to the sustainable management of groundwater in South Africa 

    Wright, K.A.; Xu, Yongxin (Water Research Commission, 2000)
    The water balance approach, based on the principles of conservation of mass, is applied to the issue of sustainable groundwater management in South Africa, incorporating the ethos of the National Water Act of 1998, ...
  • Web-based telephony bridges for the deaf 

    Glaser, Meryl; Tucker, William David (Telkom, 2001)
    A Teldem provides text-based telephony services to the deaf. Despite an array of text-based communications mechanisms on the web, the Teldem is the only means of synchronous telecommunication available to a deaf person. ...
  • West Coast plants for a waterwise garden 

    Maneveldt, Gavin (Botanical Society of South Africa, 2009)
    The new gardening mantra is 'grow indigenous'. Besides their aesthetic value, most indigenous plants are less costly to maintain, largely because they have long adapted to the local climate and thus to the local rainfall. ...
  • What can be deduced from open cluster metallicity measurements? 

    Koen, Chris; Lombard, Fred (Oxford University Press, 2007)
    The dependence of [Fe/H] on galactocentric distance, distance from the galactic mid-plane and age is studied. Both ordinary least-squares and non-parametric regression in the form of a ‘generalized additive model’ are ...
  • Woman-centred care in childbirth: a concept analysis (Part 1) 

    Maputle, Maria S.; Hiss, Donovan (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2013)
    'Woman-centred care' in childbirth is a process in which a woman makes choices and is involved in and has control over her care and relationship with her midwife. The aim of this paper is to study the concept of woman-centred ...
  • Work participation and disabilities in India 

    Appunni, Sathiya Susuman; Deshpande, A.P. (Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2009)
    United Nations General Assembly in 1976 proclaimed 1981 as the International Year of the Disable Persons. Persons with disabilities are enthusiastic to overcome the social and economic barriers. In the present paper an ...
  • You use seaweeds for that? 

    Maneveldt, Gavin (Botanical Society of South Africa, 2006)
    Introduction: The word seaweed is commonly used, yet to refer to these marine algae as 'weeds' is very far from the truth. Together with microscopic algae called phytoplankton and other photosynthetic organisms, seaweeds ...