How to use Luger in a sentence
They found that the archaeal nucleosomes are “uncannily similar” in structure to eukaryotic nucleosomes, Luger said — despite the marked differences in their peptide sequences.
In a paper in eLife published in March, Luger, her postdoc Samuel Bowerman, and Jeff Wereszczynski of the Illinois Institute of Technology followed up on the 2017 paper.
Archaeal nucleosomes had already “figured out how to bind and bend DNA in this beautiful arc,” said Luger, now a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Luger now wishes to look at other strange archaea that live in extreme environments to confirm whether these bendable DNA Slinkies are “a general phenomenon, or whether other solutions have been invented for this DNA packaging problem.”Archaea microbes fold, twist and contort their DNA in extreme ways | Emiliano Rodríguez Mega | March 11, 2021 | Science News
He stepped into the host general's study and saw on his desk a Luger, a souvenir.
There was a quick flash, and Ben was staring into the business end of a Luger automatic, gripped tightly in the broker's hand.The Onslaught from Rigel | Fletcher Pratt
Bartley was busy, assembling the Luger, and Cheyenne was watching him, when they glanced up simultaneously.
After the horses were hobbled and the packs arranged, Bartley decided to experiment a little with his new Luger automatic.
"That would be a pretty good gun to git hoss-thieves with," asserted the boy, still thinking of the Luger.
They might mean the difference between success and a Luger bullet.Dave Dawson with the R.A.F | R. Sidney Bowen
British Dictionary definitions for Luger
trademark a German 9 mm calibre automatic pistol
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