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Publisher: Springer Science and Media

Volume 225, Number 2, 1994

Developmentally regulated expression of linker-histone variants in vertebrates
pp. 501-501(1)
Authors: Khochbin, S.; Wolffe, A. P.

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Proteasome-associated RNAs are non-specific
pp. 511-511(1)
Authors: Pamnani, V.; Haas, B.; Puehler, G.; Saenger, H. L.

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The capacity of reducing-equivalent shuttles limits glycolysis during ethanol oxidation
pp. 557-557(1)
Authors: Berry, M. N.; Gregory, R. B.; Grivell, A. R.; Phillips, J. W.

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Kex2p: a model for cellular endoprotease processing human immunodeficiency virus type 1 envelope glycoprotein precursor
pp. 565-565(1)
Authors: Moulard, M.; Achstetter, T.; Kieny, M.-P.; Montagnier, L.

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cDNA sequence and structure of a gene encoding trout testis high-mobility-group-1 protein
pp. 581-581(1)
Authors: Stros, M.; Nishikawa, S.; Dixon, G. H.

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Food mustard allergen interaction with phospholipid vesicles
pp. 609-609(1)
Authors: O�aderra, M.; Monsalve, R. I.; Manche�o, J. M.; Villalba, M.

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Expression, assembly and secretion of a fully active plant ferrodoxin-NADP^+ reductase by Saccharomyces cerevisiae
pp. 677-677(1)
Authors: Ottado, J.; Arakaki, A. K.; Calcaterra, N. B.; Ceccarelli, E. A.

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An intrinsic-tryptophan-fluorescence study of phage �29 connector/nucleic acid interactions
pp. 747-747(1)
Authors: Urbaneja, M. A.; Rivas, S.; Carrascosa, J. L.; Valpuesta, J. M.

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