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Volume 53, Number 35, September 1997

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Neoglycopolymer Inhibitors of the Selectins
pp. 11937-11952(16)
Authors: Manning, D.D.; Strong, L.E.; Xin, H.; Beck, P.J.; Kiessling, L.L.

Site-directed oxidative protein crosslinking
pp. 11953-11960(8)
Authors: Fancy, D.A.; Kodadek, T.

Configurational Assignment of Brassinosteroid Sidechain by Exciton Coupled Circular Dichroic Spectroscopy
pp. 11961-11970(10)
Authors: Kawamura, A.; Berova, N.; Nakanishi, K.; Voigt, B.; Adam, G.

Nitrogenase Iron-Molybdenum Cofactor Binding Site: Protein Conformational Changes Associated with Cofactor Binding
pp. 11971-11984(14)
Authors: Magnuson, J.K.; Paustian, T.D.; Shah, V.K.; dean, D.R.; Roberts, G.P.; Rees, D.C.; Howard, J.B.

DNA Aptamer Targets Translational Editing Motif in a tRNA Synthetase
pp. 11985-11994(10)
Authors: Hale, S.P.; Schimmel, P.

Screening a Hydroxystilbene Library for Selective Inhibition of the B Cell Antigen Receptor Kinase Cascade
pp. 11995-12004(10)
Authors: Bishop, A.C.; Moore, D.; Scanlan, T.S.; Shokat, K.M.

Membrane-Permeant Esters of Inositol Polyphosphates, Chemical Syntheses and Biological Applications
pp. 12017-12040(24)
Authors: Wenhong, L.; Schultz, C.; Llopis, J.; Tsien, R.Y.

Selective Base-Pair Destabilization Enhances Binding of a DNA Methyltransferase
pp. 12041-12056(16)
Authors: Erlanson, D.A.; Wolfe, S.A.; Lin, C.; Verdine, G.L.

Insights into the Mechanism of the -Elimination Catalyzed by the N-terminal Domain of DNA Polymerase 
pp. 12057-12066(10)
Authors: Mullen, G.P.; Antuch, W.; Maciejewski, M.W.; Prasad, R.; Wilson, S.H.

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