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Ho, Tim. Working Paper. “My Miscellaneous 101.” ABC Printing Co.
Rogers Van Katwyk, Susan. Working Paper. “ZZZZ book1.” London: ABC Printing Co, 500. 2016 SSHRC Storytellers Award Winner Abstract
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Aldrich, John. Working Paper. “Classical1.” WebSiteTitle, VolumnNumber, NumberOfPages.
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Aldrich, John. In Press. “My Magazine Article 12345.” Popular Nothing, 1, 2, 23-25. Publisher's Version
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Anderson, Tim. In Preparation. Batman (2). 2nd ed. London: ABC Printing Co., 120. Publisher's Version Abstract
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Grusdt, Fabian, Zheng Zhu, Tao Shi, and Eugene Demler. Submitted. “Meson formation in mixed-dimensional t-J models.” arXiv:1806.04426. Publisher's Version Abstract
Surprising properties of doped Mott insulators are at the heart of many quantum materials, including transition metal oxides and organic materials. The key to unraveling complex phenomena observed in these systems lies in understanding the interplay of spin and charge degrees of freedom. One of the most debated questions concerns the nature of charge carriers in a background of fluctuating spins. To shed new light on this problem, we suggest a simplified model with mixed dimensionality, where holes move through a Mott insulator unidirectionally while spin exchange interactions are two dimensional. By studying individual holes in this system, we find direct evidence for the formation of mesonic bound states of holons and spinons, connected by a string of displaced spins – a precursor of the spin-charge separation obtained in the 1D limit of the model. Our predictions can be tested using ultracold atoms in a quantum gas microscope, allowing to directly image spinons and holons, and reveal the short-range hidden string order which we predict in this model.
tim johnson,, and Fan Chan. Submitted. “Back to the Future (Book Chapter type).” Batman, edited by Mary Fenning, 4th ed., 12: 23-25. London: ABC Printing Co. Publisher's Version Abstract
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Antin, Mary, Colin Allen, and Edo Airoldi. Forthcoming. “Something Is Happening in This Newspaper Article Small Company.” New York Times. Edited by Edward Balleisen. Publisher's Version Abstract

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Derry, John. 2019. “boardcast1.” series. ABC, VolumnNumber, 23-56.
Sehin, Yuliia, Oksana Koshla, Yuriy Dacyuk, Ruoxia Zhao, Robert Ross, Maksym Myronovskyi, Patrick A Limbach, et al. 2018. “Gene ssfg_01967 (miaB) for tRNA modification influences morphogenesis and moenomycin biosynthesis in Streptomyces ghanaensis ATCC14672.” Microbiology. Abstract
Streptomyces ghanaensis ATCC14672 is remarkable for its production of phosphoglycolipid compounds, moenomycins, which serve as a blueprint for the development of a novel class of antibiotics based on inhibition of peptidoglycan glycosyltransferases. Here we employed mariner transposon (Tn) mutagenesis to find new regulatory genes essential for moenomycin production. We generated a library of 3000 mutants which were screened for altered antibiotic activity. Our focus centred on a single mutant, HIM5, which accumulated lower amounts of moenomycin and was impaired in morphogenesis as compared to the parental strain. HIM5 carried the Tn insertion within gene ssfg_01967 for putative tRNA (N6-isopentenyl adenosine(37)-C2)-methylthiotransferase, or MiaB, and led to a reduced level of thiomethylation at position 37 in the anticodon of S. ghanaensis transfer ribonucleic acid (tRNA). It is likely that the mutant phenotype of HIM5 stems from the way in which ssfg_01967::Tn influences translation of the rare leucine codon UUA in several genes for moenomycin production and life cycle progression in S. ghanaensis. This is the first report showing that quantitative changes in tRNA modification status in Streptomyces have physiological consequences.
Derry, John. 2018. “Patent1.” PublishedSource, PatentVersionNumber.
Aldrich, John. 2017. “JA 007.” WebSiteTitle VolumnNumber (12). City: ABC Printing Co: 23-45. Publisher's Version Abstract
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Aldrich, John, and Andy Chan. 2017. “artwork1.” SecondaryTitle. Edited by Samuel Abrams and Edward Barry. Salt Lake City: DDD Museum, VolumnNumber, 123, Description. Publisher's Version Abstract
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2016. “Birds dancing .” popular science.
Mutenko, H, R Makitrinskyy, O Tsypik, S Walker, B Ostash, and V Fedorenko. 2014. “Genes for biosynthesis of butenolide-like signalling molecules in , their role in moenomycin production.” Russ J Genet 50 (6): 563-568. Abstract
Moenomycins (Mm) - phosphoglycolipid compounds produced by ATCC14672 - are considered a promising model for development of novel class of antibiotics. In this regard it is important to generate Mm overproducing strains which would be a basis for economically justified production of this antibiotic. In this work a set of genes for synthesis and reception of low-molecular weight signaling molecules (LSM) in ATCC14672 were described and their significance for Mm production was studied. The ATCC14672 genome carries structural and regulatory genes for production of LSMs of avenolide and γ-butyrolactone families. Additional copies of LSM biosynthetic genes and did not alter the Mm production level. ATCC14672 LSMs are not capable of restoring the sporulation of butyrolactone-nonproducing mutant of . Likewise, while the heterologous host 1326 produced Mm, its mutant M707 (deficient in the butyrolactone synthase gene ) did not. Thus, while the natural level of LSMs production by ATCC14672 does not limit Mm synthesis, the former is essential for the synthesis of moenomycins.
Anderson, Tim, Timothy Awine, and Brian J. Arnold. 2003. “baaook3 - andy chan.” A Batman , edited by Edward Baring, 2nd ed., 1: 12-35. London: ABC Printing Co.
Derry, John. 2000. “MagazineArticle1 (sticky).” MagazineName, 20, 23-34.
Derry, John. 2000. Report1 (sticky) (4). 4th ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Unversity, 23-25.
Derry, John, and Mary Fenning. 2000. “abookchapter1.” BookTitle, 4th ed., 20: 23-25. London: ABC Printing Co.