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Vol 4 (2013)
Table of Contents
JUROS Science & Technology
|The proteins CMT3, UHRF1 and ESP1 repress select transposable elements in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana|
|The Effect of EF-P on tRNA Ribosomal P-site Binding|
|Crystallization of a Bacterial Single Stranded Annealing DNA Repair Protein|
|Alburuj Razzaq Rahman|
|Preventing Cross-Site Scripting with Script-Free HTML|
JUROS Arts & Humanities
|The Forgotten Father: What Happened to Equal Rights?|
|Gabriel Evan Neff|
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