Mobile DNA | Home page - Mobile DNA is an online, peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes articles providing novel insights into DNA rearrangements, ranging from transposition and other types of recombination mechanisms to patterns and processes of mobile element and host genome evolution. Manuscripts describing DNA rearrangements such as copy number variation and the application of new mobile element technologies are also welcome.

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    This software hasn't changed in a decade, it works pretty good, until you want to actually use it without printing out everything on paper. The software used to, and is designed to export GPX files for use with GPS devices. But this version creates corrupted GPX files and Microsoft is well aware. Their forums are fill with people having the same trouble, and their tech support said there will be a service pack, of which I am still not aware of.

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    Great product at a great price! As someone with allergies and sinus problems, sometimes it is tough to breathe through my nose. These Breathe Right "Extra" Nasal Strips are the perfect way to open nasal passages without nasal sprays or decongestant pills! Highly Recommended!

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  • Scott K - Very cool little robot with a great opportunity to grow.

    I've been waiting for Cozmo since he was announced and was very excited to get him. While the experience isn't quite as magical as some of the videos imply, he is still a cool little robot. I've spent way more on other robots that are not nearly as fun and lifelike.

  • S. Frank - Awesome time! Good quality!

    I was hesitant to purchase because of the price, but you get what you pay for. I am confident this float will hold up. The first week on it we had 8 full size adults on the raft, and it gave us no problems. We use it in the bay in Galveston so time will tell what kind of effect the salt water will have. We make sure to wash it off before putting it away. It has cup holders for every seat which is convenient. It came with a floating cooler as well. The mesh liner that comprises the "floor" of the island seems sturdy and durable enough to walk around on it and not worry about punching a hole through. It only took 5 minutes to blow up with a small pump.