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Christopher J. Murray
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
GeologyHydrologyEnvironmental scienceAquiferGroundwater
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#2Xingyuan Chen (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 13
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#2Timothy D. Scheibe (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 31
Last. Marshall C. Richmond (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 18
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Last. William A. PerkinsH-Index: 9
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#1Jie Bao (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 24
#2Tian Zhou (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 11
Last. John M. Zachara (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 64
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Last. John M. ZacharaH-Index: 64
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Amber codon suppression for the insertion of non-natural amino acids (nnAAs) is limited by competition with release factor 1 (RF1). Here we describe the genome engineering of a RF1 mutant strain that enhances suppression efficiency during cell-free protein synthesis, without significantly impacting cell growth during biomass production. Specifically, an out membrane protease (OmpT) cleavage site was engineered into the switch loop of RF1, which enables its conditional inactivation during cell ly...
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#1Zhangshuan Hou (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 15
#2William C. Nelson (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 55
Last. John M. Zachara (PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)H-Index: 64
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The hyporheic zone (HZ) is the active ecotone between the surface stream and groundwater, where exchanges of nutrients and organic carbon have been shown to stimulate microbial activity and transformations of carbon and nitrogen. To examine the relationship between sediment texture, biogeochemistry, and biological activity in the Columbia River HZ, the grain size distributions for sediment samples were characterized to define geological facies, and the relationships among physical properties of ...
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#1Timothy D. ScheibeH-Index: 31
#2Zhangshuan HouH-Index: 15
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#1Glenn E. HammondH-Index: 15
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