Images for Cpn Story 5

Images for Cpn Story 5 2002

Images for Cpn Story 4

Images for Cpn Story 4 7 month into CAPi

Images for Cpn Story 3

Images for Cpn Story 3 5 months into CAPi

Images for Cpn Story 2

Images for Cpn Story 2 3 months into CAPi

Images for Cpn Story

Images for Cpn Story 2006 May

My photo 3

My photo 3

Coming Out

Coming Out

Steve and Joyce ~ August '06 in Salem, Massachusetts a few days after he started the Wheldon CAPi.

Hamish's first day out

Hamish's first day out My husband's first day out after the Stem Cell transplant treatment.   Lost all his curly hair, a great deal of weight and strength, does not need to shave at present ( a bonus) and pleased to be out of the 4x4 metre cell he was in for three weeks.

Christmas wishes

Christmas wishes

Wishing everyone a wonderful festive season and a healthy new year.   With many thanks for the support you have given us.

Michele 

Hair progress

Hair progress Hair regrowth since starting the CAPi<

Chlamydia pneumoniae and the host cell

Chlamydia pneumoniae and the host cell

http://tinyurl.com/yes7as<

From: Dusseldorf University, Gido Murra on 18.08.2005, 19:39

Interaction of Chlamydia pneumoniae  with its eukaryotic host cell: adhesion, internalisation and intracellulari differentiation

Chlamydia pneumoniae  is an obligate intracellular pathogen of humans with a unique biphasic

Genomes of two chlamydiae

Genomes of two chlamydiae
From: Nature Genetics  21, 385 - 389 (1999)
doi:10.1038/7716

Comparative genomes of Chlamydia pneumoniae and C. trachomatis

Sue Kalman, Wayne Mitchell, Rekha Marathe, Claudia Lammel, Jun Fan, Richard W Hyman, Lynn Olinger, Jane Grimwood, Ronald W Davis & Richard StephensFigure 3. Comparative C. pneumoniae and C. trachomatis gene organization.
Gene maps are arbitrarily aligned to ORF CPn0001 and CT001. Each line represents a gene either in C. pneumoniae (outer ring) or in C. trachomatis (inner ring). Colours are arbitrary and matched to indicate paired gene sets of two or more genesi in conserved order between the two genomes. Black lines in each map represent genes that are not found in the other genome and include pmp-family genes. Arrows indicate regions of 10 or more consecutive C. pneumoniae ORFs whose genomic context is inverted relative the homologous set in C. trachomatis.

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Chain Ganger Image (no blog)

Chain Ganger Image (no blog) This is a picture of a palm tree with a woman underneath it.  It reflects the area in which I live -- many palm trees in Santa Cruz, CA

Jess

Jess Jessica, Feeling Great!
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