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  1. Change in variability in the Columbia River estuary: a habitat perspective

  2. Redox control and mechanism of Spx-activated transcription in bacillus subtilis

  3. Engineered remediation and natural attenuation of halogenated alkanes (carbon tetrachloride and 1,2,3-trichloropropane) a study of contaminant reactivity and reductant morphology

  4. Study of translational control using cell-free translation systems and primer extension inhibition assays

  5. Development and application of thermodynamic models of chemical equilibrium in multi-phase organic/electrolyte/water mixtures for prediction of atmospheric organic particulate matter levels

  6. Luteinizing Hormone-Regulated Genes and the Corticotropin Releasing Hormone/Urocortin-Receptor- Binding Protein System in the Primate Corpus Luteum during the Menstrual Cycle

  7. Cool season mineralization of recalcitrant organic nitrogen in manured soils

  8. Kinetic modeling of heterogeneous chemical reactions with applications to the reduction of environmental contaminants on iron metal

  9. Function of Spx and its control by proteolysis

  10. Enabling technologies for fast, nonlinear data assimilation in a coastal margin observatory