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Volume 1567, Number unknown, 23 December 2002

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Editorial Board
pp. ii-ii(1)

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Raspberry vesicles
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Bernard, A.; Guedeau-Boudeville, M.; Jullien, L.; di Meglio J.-M.

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Mammalian Pex14p: membrane topology and characterisation of the Pex14p-Pex14p interaction
pp. 13-22(10)
Authors: Oliveira, M.E.M.; Reguenga, C.; Gouveia, A.M.M.; Guimaraes, C.P.; Schliebs, W.; Kunau, W.; Silva, M.T.; Sa-Miranda, C.; Azevedo, J.E.

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Evaluation of lipid-based reagents to mediate intracellular gene delivery
pp. 23-33(11)
Authors: Faneca, H.; Simoes, S.; Pedroso de Lima, M.C.

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Indanedione spin labelling of Na,K-ATPase
pp. 34-40(7)
Authors: Esmann, M.; Sar, C.P.; Hideg, K.; Marsh, D.

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A molecular basis explanation of the dynamic and thermal effects of vinblastine sulfate upon dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine bilayer membranes
pp. 49-55(7)
Authors: Maswadeh, H.; Demetzos, C.; Daliani, I.; Kyrikou, I.; Mavromoustakos, T.; Tsortos, A.; Nounesis, G.

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Interfacial tension of bilayer lipid membrane formed from phosphatidylethanolamine
pp. 79-86(8)
Authors: Petelska, A.D.; Figaszewski, Z.A.

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Functional characterization of the human intestinal NaPi-IIb cotransporter in hamster fibroblasts and Xenopus oocytes
pp. 97-105(9)
Authors: Xu, H.; Inouye, M.; Missey, T.; Collins, J.F.; Ghishan, F.K.

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Estimation of the radius of the pores formed by the Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1C -endotoxin in planar lipid bilayers
pp. 113-122(10)
Authors: Peyronnet, O.; Nieman, B.; Genereux, F.; Vachon, V.; Laprade, R.; Schwartz J.-L.

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A cholesterol-binding and transporting protein from rat liver mitochondria
pp. 123-132(10)
Authors: Campbell, A.M.; Capuano, A.; Chan, S.H.P.

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Functional analysis of candidate ABC transporter proteins for sitosterol transport
pp. 133-142(10)
Authors: Albrecht, C.; Elliott, J.I.; Sardini, A.; Litman, T.; Stieger, B.; Meier, P.J.; Higgins, C.F.

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Syringotoxin pore formation and inactivation in human red blood cell and model bilayer lipid membranes
pp. 143-149(7)
Authors: Szabo, Z.; Grof, P.; Schagina, L.V.; Gurnev, P.A.; Takemoto, J.Y.; Matyus, E.; Blasko, K.

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Doxorubicin induces early lipid peroxidation associated with changes in glucose transport in cultured cardiomyocytes
pp. 150-156(7)
Authors: Hrelia, S.; Fiorentini, D.; Maraldi, T.; Angeloni, C.; Bordoni, A.; Biagi, P.L.; Hakim, G.

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Phosphatidylserine content is a more important contributor than transmembrane potential to interactions of merocyanine 540 with lipid bilayers
pp. 176-182(7)
Authors: Waczulikova, I.; Rozalski, M.; Rievaj, J.; Nagyova, K.; Bryszewska, M.; Watala, C.

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Attaching histidine-tagged peptides and proteins to lipid-based carriers through use of metal-ion-chelating lipids
pp. 204-212(9)
Authors: Chikh, G.G.; Li, W.M.; Schutze-Redelmeier, M.; Meunier, J.; Bally, M.B.

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Characterization of the macrocyclic carbon suboxide factors as potent Na,K-ATPase and SR Ca-ATPase inhibitors
pp. 213-220(8)
Authors: Kerek, F.; Stimac, R.; Apell, H.; Freudenmann, F.; Moroder, L.

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Biomembranes Author Index
pp. 232-233(2)

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