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Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
France on Tuesday urged its citizens to be cautious and avoid mass gatherings in countries that have announced boycotts of French products in a protest against perceived anti-Muslim bias from Paris. Muslims have reacted angrily to French President Emmanuel Macron’s defense of free speech following the beheading of a history teacher who had shown his students cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Tens of thousands marched on Tuesday in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, while in Syria protesters have burned pictures of Macron and in Libya they torched French flags. "In several countries in recent days, there have been calls for a boycott of French.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Exiled former Bolivian president Evo Morales on Tuesday called for calm after several hundred right-wing protesters demanded that a "military junta" replace socialist Bolivian president-elect Luis Arce. On Monday, hundreds of demonstrators marched to military barracks in the eastern city of Santa Cruz — a right-wing stronghold — and called for "military help" to prevent the Movement for Socialism (MAS) party from regaining power following a year under conservative Jeanine Anez’s interim government. However, Morales wrote on Twitter that "the constitution is very clear on the role of the armed forces and the Bolivian police: We, as we always have done, will.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
In the modern republic of Singapore, several seemingly ordinary people working in offices or driving taxis can claim to be of royal blood, descendants of a 19th-. century monarch who ceded control of the Southeast Asian island to the British. However, few residents in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities are even aware of this lineage, a sore point with Tengku, or Prince, Shawal, acclaimed by some members of his family as "head of the house of Singapore.". "
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Orange-vested drivers of motorbike taxis have become allies to Thailand’s pro-democracy protesters, gathering across traffic-snarled Bangkok, offering lifts and keeping an eye out for trouble. When authorities shut down train lines this month in an effort to curb daily rallies, drivers of the capital’s motortaxis came to the rescue, ferrying stranded protesters to demonstration sites. However, they have long waited on the sidelines of the youth-led movement, cheering student leaders on as they demanded the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha and issued unprecedented calls for reform to the kingdom’s monarchy. "I root for these kids," driver Supatr Manapornsiri said, adding that.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Something strange has been happening in the Taiwan Daily News in English discussion forum on Facebook recently. To those familiar with this 33,500-strong group, this might sound ingenuous. “Strange,” after all, has described the tone of much of the interaction from the onset. The admins have had a thankless task at the best of times. Yet the US presidential election has dragged things to new depths, drawing in participants with murky motives. As the election nears, articles attacking President Donald Trump and, more commonly, his Democrat opponent Joe Biden have been posted with increasing frequency. Often, in lieu of any.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Taiwan’s Eddie Wang on Tuesday won his first race as a professional swimmer, taking first place in the International Swimming League (ISL) men’s short course 200m butterfly in Budapest. The 18-year-old, competing for the San Francisco-based Cali Condors club, won the race with a time of 1 minute, 51.32 seconds. Wang finished well ahead of the second and third-placed finishers: Germany’s Ramon Klenz, who was competing for Budapest-based Team Iron and finished in 1:53.09, and Poland’s Michal Poprawa, who was competing for the New York Breakers and finished in 1:53.10. Wang’s Budapest time was slightly slower than his performance at the ISL opening.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo yesterday took the US President Donald Trump administration’s anti-China campaign to two Indian Ocean island nations considered particularly at risk for what US officials allege is Chinese exploitation. Pompeo is visiting Sri Lanka and the Maldives to press the two countries to be on guard against potential predatory lending and investment by China. He was making the case less than a week before the US presidential election, in which US President Donald Trump is seeking to paint his rival former US vice president Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate, as weak on China and beholden to.
Syringate and vanillate are the major metabolites of lignin biodegradation. In Sphingobium sp. strain SYK-6, syringate is O demethylated to gallate by consecutive reactions catalyzed by DesA and LigM, and vanillate is O demethylated to protocatechuate by a reaction catalyzed by LigM. The gallate ring is cleaved by DesB, and protocatechuate is catabolized via the protocatechuate 4,5-cleavage pathway. The transcriptions of desA , ligM , and desB are induced by syringate and vanillate, while those of ligM and desB are negatively regulated by the MarR-type transcriptional regulator DesR, which is not involved in desA regulation. Here, we clarified the regulatory system for desA transcription by analyzing the IclR-type transcriptional regulator
Numerous studies relate differences in microbial communities to human health and disease; however, little is known about microbial changes that occur postmortem or the possible applications of microbiome analysis in the field of forensic science. The aim of this review was to study the microbiome and its applications in forensic sciences and to determine the main lines of investigation that are emerging, as well as its possible contributions to the forensic field. A systematic review of the human microbiome in relation to forensic science was carried out by following PRISMA guidelines. This study sheds light on the role of microbiome research in the postmortem interval during the process of decomposition, identifying death caused by drownin.
Heterotrophic bacteria actively participate in the biogeochemical cycle of sulfur on Earth. The heterotrophic bacterium Cupriavidus pinatubonensis JMP134 contains several enzymes involved in sulfur oxidation, but how these enzymes work together to oxidize sulfide in the bacterium has not been studied. Using gene-deletion and whole-cell assays, we determined that the bacterium uses sulfide:quinone oxidoreductase to oxidize sulfide to polysulfide, which is further oxidized to sulfite by persulfide dioxygenase. Sulfite spontaneously reacts with polysulfide to produce thiosulfate. The sulfur-oxidizing (Sox) system oxidizes thiosulfate to sulfate. Flavocytochrome c sulfide dehydrogenase enhances thiosulfate oxidation by the Sox system but couple.

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