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Published since 1929, this bimonthly journal reports new research in the field of biochemistry.

Publisher: Canadian Science Publishing

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Volume 80, Number 5, October 2002

Research Articles

Meeting report: membrane proteins in health and disease
pp. v-xi(7)
Authors: Young, J.D.; Casey, J.R.; Reithmeier, R.A.F.

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Bicarbonate transport proteins
pp. 483-497(15)
Authors: Sterling, D.; Casey, J.R.

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Structure and function of the NHE1 isoform of the Na+/H+ exchanger
pp. 499-508(10)
Authors: Slepkov, E.; Fliegel, L.

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Phagocytosis and the microtubule cytoskeleton
pp. 509-515(7)
Authors: Harrison, R.E.; Grinstein, S.

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Molecular basis of voltage gating of OmpF porin
pp. 517-523(7)
Authors: Robertson, K.M.; Tieleman, D.P.

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Controversy regarding the secondary active water transport hypothesis
pp. 525-533(9)
Authors: Lapointe, J-Y.; Gagnon, M.P.; Gagnon, D.G.; Bissonnette, P.

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Assessing the structure of membrane proteins: combining different methods gives the full picture
pp. 563-568(6)
Authors: Stahlberg, H.; Engel, A.; Philippsen, A.

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Activation of the glucose transporter GLUT4 by insulin
pp. 569-578(10)
Authors: Furtado, L.M.; Somwar, R.; Sweeney, G.; Niu, W.; Klip, A.

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Structure determination of membrane proteins by NMR spectroscopy
pp. 597-604(8)
Authors: Opella, S.J.; Nevzorov, A.; Mesleh, M.F.; Marassi, F.M.

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TGF-b and the Smad signal transduction pathway
pp. 605-622(18)
Authors: Mehra, A.; Wrana, J.L.

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Molecular biology and regulation of nucleoside and nucleobase transporter proteins in eukaryotes and prokaryotes
pp. 623-638(16)
Authors: Cabrita, M.A.; Baldwin, S.A.; Young, J.D.; Cass, C.E.

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Comparison of the interaction of uridine, cytidine, and other pyrimidine nucleoside analogues with recombinant human equilibrative nucleoside transporter 2 (hENT2) produced in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
pp. 639-644(6)
Authors: Vickers, M.F.; Kumar, R.; Visser, F.; Zhang, J.; Charania, J.; Raborn, R.T.; Baldwin, S.A.; Young, J.D.; Cass, C.E.

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Transport characteristics of HL-1 cells: a new model for the study of adenosine physiology in cardiomyocytes
pp. 655-665(11)
Authors: Chaudary, N.; Shuralyova, I.; Liron, T.; Sweeney, G.; Coe, I.R.

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Transport characteristics of HL-1 cells: a new model for the study of adenosine physiology in cardiomyocytes
pp. 655-665(11)
Authors: Chaudary, N.; Shuralyova, I.; Liron, T.; Sweeney, G.; Coe, I.R.

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Tryptophan-rich antimicrobial peptides: comparative properties and membrane interactions
pp. 667-677(11)
Authors: Schibli, D.J.; Epand, R.F.; Vogel, H.J.; Epand, R.M.

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Tryptophan-rich antimicrobial peptides: comparative properties and membrane interactions
pp. 667-677(11)
Authors: Schibli, D.J.; Epand, R.F.; Vogel, H.J.; Epand, R.M.

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Iron transport: emerging roles in health and disease
pp. 679-689(11)
Authors: Goswami, T.; Rolfs, A.; Hediger, M.A.

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