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Volume 17, Number 2, February 1998

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Environmental Effects on Disulfide Bonding Patterns of Bovine -Casein
pp. 73-84(12)
Authors: Groves, M.L.; Wickham, E.D.; Farrell Jr., H.M.

Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometric Study of the Multiple Intracellular Monomeric and Polymeric Hemoglobins of Glycera dibranchiata
pp. 85-97(13)
Authors: Green, B.N.; Sannes-Lowery, K.A.; Loo, J.A.; Satterlee, J.D.; Kuchumov, A.R.; Walz, D.A.; Vinogradov, S.N.

The Binding of Benzopyranes to Human Serum Albumin. A Structure–Affinity Study
pp. 115-119(5)
Authors: Ferrer, J.M.; Leiton, M.J.; Zatón, A.M.L.

Molecular Modeling of Cytochrome P450 2B1: Mode of Membrane Insertion and Substrate Specificity
pp. 121-129(9)
Authors: Dai, R.; Pincus, M.R.; Friedman, F.K.

Studies of the M15 -Galactosidase Complementation Process
pp. 131-141(11)
Authors: Gallagher, C.N.; Huber, R.E.

Isolation and Characterization of Full and Truncated Forms of Human Breast Carcinoma Protein BA46 from Human Milk Fat Globule Membranes
pp. 143-148(6)
Authors: Giuffrida, M.G.; Cavaletto, M.; Giunta, C.; Conti, A.; Godovac-Zimmermann, J.

The Tryptophan Fluorescence of Tetracarbidium conophorum Agglutinin II and a Solution-Based Assay for the Binding of a Biantennary Glycopeptide
pp. 149-159(11)
Authors: Brown, M.P.; Toptygin, D.; Lee, K.B.; Animashaun, T.; Hughes, R.C.; Lee, Y.C.; Brand, L.

High-Pressure Effects on Vacuolar H+-ATPase from Etiolated Mung Bean Seedlings
pp. 161-172(12)
Authors: Tsai, Y.R.; Yang, S.J.; Jiang, S.S.; Ko, S.J.; Hung, S.H.; Kuo, S.Y.; Pan, R.L.

The Glycoprotein Character of Multiple Forms of Aspergillus Polygalacturonase
pp. 173-179(7)
Authors: Stratilová, E.; Mislovičová, D.; Kačuráková, M.; Machová, E.; Kolarová, N.; Markovič, O.; Jörnvall, H.

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