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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 46, Number 5, October 2004

Free Content Sustained MAPK activation is dependent on continual NGF receptor regeneration
pp. 393-403(11)
Authors: Qiu, Dongru; Mao, Likai; Kikuchi, Shinichi; Tomita, Masaru

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Free Content Identification and characterization of Xenopus OMP25
pp. 405-412(8)
Authors: Inui, Masafumi; Asashima, Makoto

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Free Content Phosphoinositide metabolism at fertilization of sea urchin eggs measured with a GFP-probe
pp. 413-423(11)
Authors: Thaler, Catherine D.; Kuo, Richard C.; Patton, Chris; Preston, Christina M.; Yagisawa, Hitoshi; Epel, David

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Free Content Formation of polar-body-like structures induced in polyspermic starfish oocytes that had been inseminated at the germinal vesicle stage
pp. 439-447(9)
Authors: Tei, Jinsei; Kani, Satomi; Hanai, Kuninari; Miyaguchi, Tohru; Yamamoto, Kenya

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Free Content Disruption of the NCS-1/frequenin-related ncsA gene in Dictyostelium discoideum accelerates development
pp. 449-458(10)
Authors: Coukell, Barrie; Cameron, Anne; Perusini, Stephen; Shim, Katharine

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Free Content Targeted disruption of the murine Plag1 proto-oncogene causes growth retardation and reduced fertility
pp. 459-470(12)
Authors: Hensen, Karen; Braem, Caroline; Declercq, Jeroen; Van Dyck, Frederik; Dewerchin, Mieke; Fiette, Laurence; Denef, Carl; Van de Ven, Wim J. M.

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Free Content Corrigendum
pp. 479-479(1)

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