Whether your screener scalps, removes fines, or
grades material, the machine’s failure can have
costly consequences. A torn or otherwise compromised
screen can force you to reprocess material,
scrap it, or even recall off-spec product. This article
will present some of the common causes of such
screen problems and possible solutions
My methodology consisted of multiple approaches towards determining student
response to the various screenings. Immediately after each of the three screen-
ings (Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Man With a Movie Camera and Ballet Mechanique),
the entire class of approximately ninety students became a large focus group.
Students participated in dialogues with one another and myself about the posi-
tive and negative effects of the use of electronic music and its implications for
ﬁlm spectatorship, and I documented their comments.
We previously reported that GTS1 is involved in regulating ultradian oscillations of the glycolytic pathway induced by cyanide in cell suspensions as well as oscillations of energy metabolism in aerobic continuous cultures. Here, we screened a yeast cDNA library for proteins that bind to Gts1p using the yeast two-hybrid system and cloned multiple TDH cDNAs encoding the glycolytic enzyme glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH).
The bradykinin B2 receptor is coupled to G protein Gq⁄ 11 and becomes
sequestered into intracellular compartments after activation. To more clo-sely define the receptor sequences involved in these processes and their
functions, we systematically mutated all three intracellular loops (ICLs),
either as point mutations or in groups of three to five amino acids to Ala,
obtaining a total of 14 mutants.