It activates genes that produce acid-resistance proteins, and it keeps a firm lock on the attaching and effacing
genes that will go to work in the intestine.
Tests of localized adherence, autoaggregation, and attaching and effacing
were performed as described (6,7).
Another mode of such "writing" was later effected by way of the artist's signature dots, which seemed to serve as effusive punctuation marks (sometimes rather tautologically effacing
A new adherent form of an attaching and effacing
Escherichia coli (eaeA+,bfp-) to the intestinal epithelial cells of chicks.
EPEC is one of a class of pathogens identified as causing attaching and effacing
(A/E) lesions on intestinal cells (1).
These cannons, bombs, and so forth, such as Contraerea (Antiaircraft Gun) and Cannone "Bella Ciao," both 1966, seem anything other than menacing because they are so clearly nonfunctional; they evoke not violence but playfulness, while effacing
the boundary between sculpture and installation.
2002, was a series of drawings the artist made by partly covering over parts of old architectural prints, as if Favelli had considered the palazzi they picture as possible dwelling places--for the soul, at least--and ended up effacing
A year before her death, it seemed that this exploitation of her own "material" had reached a definitive end, for in her last works the outer veil of her skin was replaced with bright wrappings of gowns that, completely effacing
the body, seemed to forecast her inevitable end.
Emphasizing the experiential quality of the encounter, the installation will work to preserve and create context, effacing
the exhibition space of the Halle Tony Gamier with elements of the works ' native habitats, including dirt, wooden boards, and huts.
These time capsules resolve art's battle with architecture by simply effacing
the latter - with wallpaper, black light, and video loops.