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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-28 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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98095 tokens ‧ 62909 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6815 types ‧ 95 (~ 1.394%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-28[edit]

  1. abyssomicins
  2. acyldepsipeptide
    • 2009 August 28, Michael A. Fischbach & Christopher T. Walsh, “Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens[2], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176667, pages 1089-1093: 
      Old patent literature seems a good place to start; on the basis of a 1985 patent from Eli Lilly, a group from Bayer recently isolated a series of acyldepsipeptide antibiotics that activate the bacterial chambered protease ClpP, leading to uncontrolled proteolysis and cell death ( 29 ) ( Fig. 5 ).
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  3. adapiforms
  4. adapoid
    • '2009 August 28, Richard F. Kay, “Much Hype and Many Errors[4], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1177071, pages 1074-1075: 
      If we take the third dimension into consideration, other fossil primate skeletons, including some of Darwiniuss North American adapoid relatives, are as well or better preserved and have been in the literature since the 1920s ( 3 ).
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  5. adapoids
  6. amphenicols
  7. anovi
  8. antimycobacterial
    • 2009 August 28, Michael A. Fischbach & Christopher T. Walsh, “Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens[8], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176667, pages 1089-1093: 
      Technologies like genome-wide expression profiling ( 36 ) and whole-genome resequencing of resistant mutants ( 41 ) have accelerated the target identification process; the latter was used to identify adenosine triphosphate (ATP) synthase as the target of the new antimycobacterial agent R207910, the product of a whole-cell screen ( 41 ).
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  9. assortatively
  10. availabilty
  11. avirulence
  12. biscistronic
  13. cefaclor
    • 2009 August 28, Michael A. Fischbach & Christopher T. Walsh, “Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens[11], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176667, pages 1089-1093: 
      For example, second- ( 11 ) and third-generation ( 12 ) cephalosporins like cefaclor and ceftazidime are more resistant to destruction by the resistance enzyme β-lactamase, and they can penetrate the Gram-negative outer membrane more effectively.
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  14. cefdinir
  15. ceftazidime
    • 2009 August 28, Michael A. Fischbach & Christopher T. Walsh, “Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens[13], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176667, pages 1089-1093: 
      For example, second- ( 11 ) and third-generation ( 12 ) cephalosporins like cefaclor and ceftazidime are more resistant to destruction by the resistance enzyme β-lactamase, and they can penetrate the Gram-negative outer membrane more effectively.
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  16. ceratitid
  17. ceratitids
  18. cfu
  19. coadapted
  20. communicatory
  21. cosegregate
  22. cotransfer
  23. dispersively
    • 2009 August 28, Jhinhwan Lee et al., “Spectroscopic Fingerprint of Phase-Incoherent Superconductivity in the Underdoped Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+{delta}” doi[19], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176369, pages 1099-1103: 
      The QPI signals evolve dispersively with energy along the horizontal energy axis.
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  24. dysoxic
  25. endemism
  26. eumelanic
  27. euxinia
  28. fermentable
  29. flavination
  30. fossilizable
    • 2009 August 28, Charles R. Marshall & David K. Jacobs, “Flourishing After the End-Permian Mass Extinction[26], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1178325, pages 1079-1080: 
      Next Perspectives Paleontology: Flourishing After the End-Permian Mass Extinction Charles R. Marshall 1 and David K. Jacobs 2 1 Department of Invertebrate Paleontology, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA. 2 Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA. E-mail: cmarshall{at}oeb.harvard.edu E-mail: djacobs{at}ucla.edu Two hundred and fifty-two million years ago, the Paleozoic Era came to a cataclysmic close with the end-Permian mass extinction, when as much as 85% of readily fossilizable marine species became extinct.
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  31. fundable
  32. gyrase
    • 2009 August 28, Michael A. Fischbach & Christopher T. Walsh, “Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens[27], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176667, pages 1089-1093: 
      They include well-validated targets like DNA gyrase, the target of the quinolones, and a host of new or underexplored targets: the chambered protease ClpP ( 29 ), ATP synthase ( 41 ), aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases, and acyl-CoA carboxylase.
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  33. highrelief
  34. hyperexcretion
  35. intermembrane
  36. karyoplast
  37. lantibiotics
  38. lemurloris
  39. linecuts
  40. lorises -> lorise
  41. mannopeptimycins
  42. metagenomically
  43. mitoplasts
  44. monobactams
    • 2009 August 28, Michael A. Fischbach & Christopher T. Walsh, “Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens[38], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176667, pages 1089-1093: 
      These strains of Acinetobacter baumannii, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa are resistant to some (MDR) or all (PDR) of the antibiotic classes commonly used to treat Gram-negative bacteria: penicillins, cephalosporins, carbapenems, monobactams, quinolones, aminoglycosides, tetracyclines, and polymyxins ( 7 ).
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  45. mutilin
  46. nalidixic
  47. nonaffected
  48. nonagouti
  49. nonciliated
  50. nondelayed
  51. nondispersive
    • 2009 August 28, Jhinhwan Lee et al., “Spectroscopic Fingerprint of Phase-Incoherent Superconductivity in the Underdoped Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+{delta}” doi[45], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176369, pages 1099-1103: 
      Second, adequate precision for Bi 2 Sr 2 CaCu 2 O 8+ QPI requires fields of view (FOVs) exceeding 45 x 45 nm 2 , and any smaller FOV will unavoidably create the erroneous impression of nondispersive modulations ( 21 ).
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  52. nonfermentable
  53. nonparallelism
  54. nonpathogenic
  55. nonsuspended
  56. nonthermally
    • 2009 August 28, Jhinhwan Lee et al., “Spectroscopic Fingerprint of Phase-Incoherent Superconductivity in the Underdoped Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+{delta}” doi[50], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176369, pages 1099-1103: 
      If such an ungapped arc in the superconducting state can be generated either by scattering ( 31 , 32 ) or by nonthermally generated phase fluctuations ( 6 ), then these results appear to be consistent with the linear increase in Fermi arc length with temperature that was originally observed in the pseudogap regime at higher doping ( 33 ).
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  57. nonvarying
  58. omomyids -> omomyid
  59. oxazolidinones
  60. pericentrin
  61. pheomelanic
  62. phosphoylation
  63. postattachment
  64. postdepositional
    • 2009 August 28, Peter Huybers, “Antarctica's Orbital Beat[57], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176186, pages 1085-1086: 
      Some promising lines of research include analyzing the modern seasonal cycle of snow accumulation and its isotopic composition ( 14 ), along with postdepositional effects ( 15 ), to better constrain the environmental controls on ice core proxies.
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  65. precessionor
  66. prenascence
  67. preservational
  68. pseudoplanktonic
  69. pseudopotentials
  70. pubid
  71. puglike
    • 2009 August 28, Virginia Morell, “Going to the Dogs[64], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.325_1062, pages 1062-1065: 
      Even the shape of dogs' faces is being studied: Scientists in Miklósi's lab reported 24 July in the journal Behavioral and Brain Functions that dogs with rounder faces, such as pugs, are better at following people's cues than breeds with longer noses, indicating that we've selected puglike breeds not for their baby faces but for their ability to look us in the eye.
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  72. pyridopyrimidines
  73. rapalogs
  74. retapamulin
  75. retransduction
  76. sciprof
  77. semiempirical
  78. semiempirically
  79. semisynthesis
  80. semisynthetically
  81. sextupole
  82. sharkfin
  83. shelly
  84. staphyloxanthin
    • 2009 August 28, Michael A. Fischbach & Christopher T. Walsh, “Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens[77], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176667, pages 1089-1093: 
      Extending this trend to near its logical limit, two groups recently reported Staphylococcus-selective antibiotics: One group used a repurposed series of eukaryotic cholesterol synthesis inhibitors to block the production of the gold pigment staphyloxanthin ( 49 ), from which the species name aureus is derived; the other group identified inhibitors of the tubulin-like protein FtsZ to block cell division ( 50 ).
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  85. stfrancis
  86. sweeplike
  87. tastants
  88. topoisomerization
  89. transposases
  90. ubiquinating
  91. unassociated
  92. undersampling
  93. unfished
  94. ungapped
    • 2009 August 28, Jhinhwan Lee et al., “Spectroscopic Fingerprint of Phase-Incoherent Superconductivity in the Underdoped Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+{delta}” doi[87], Science, volume 325, number 5944, DOI:10.1126/science.1176369, pages 1099-1103: 
      Because an ungapped Fermi arc appears above T c in underdoped cuprates ( 24 ), it is only the remaining gapped regions beyond the tips of the arc that would be available to support any such pseudogap QPI. Indeed, detailed theoretical studies of the QPI phenomenology that would be expected if the pseudogap regime is a phase-incoherent d-wave superconductor bear out this simple picture (25–27).
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  95. wideband

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