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Publisher: Springer Science and Media

Volume 229, Number 3, 1995

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Structural and functional characterization of proteolytic fragments derived from the C-terminal regions of bovine fibrinogen
pp. 605-605(1)
Authors: Litvinovich, S. V.; Henschen, A. H.; Krieglstein, K. G.; Ingham, K. C.

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Functions of [His321]gelsolin isolated from a flat revertant of ras-transformed cells
pp. 615-615(1)
Authors: Fujita, H.; Laham, L. E.; Janmey, P. A.; Kwiatkowski, D. J.

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Distinct biochemical characteristics of the two human profilin isoforms
pp. 621-621(1)
Authors: Gieselmann, R.; Kwiatkowski, D. J.; Janmey, P. A.; Witke, W.

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Photoaffinity labeling of protoporphyrinogen oxidase, the molecular target of diphenylether-type herbicides
pp. 669-669(1)
Authors: Camadro, J.-M.; Matringe, M.; Thome, F.; Brouillet, N.

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High-level expression of recombinant pea chloroplast fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase and mutagenesis of its regulatory site
pp. 675-675(1)
Authors: Jacquot, J.-P.; Lopez-Jaramillo, J.; Chueca, A.; Cherfils, J.

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Catalytic and inhibitor-binding properties of some active-site mutants of human carbonic anhydrase I
pp. 696-696(1)
Authors: Engstrand, C.; Jonsson, B.-H.; Lindskog, S.

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Insert regions in domain X of the casein kinase II catalytic subunit
pp. 703-703(1)
Authors: Tiganis, T.; House, C. M.; Teh, T.; Kemp, B. E.

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Introduction of specific carbohydrates into Eucalyptus gunnii cells increases their freezing tolerance
pp. 710-710(1)
Authors: Leborgne, N.; Teulieres, C.; Travert, S.; Rols, M.-P.

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Influence of Ca^2^+ on conformation and stability of three bacterial hybrid glucanases
pp. 726-726(1)
Authors: Welfle, K.; Misselwitz, R.; Welfle, H.; Politz, O.

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The long-term regulation of skeletal muscle pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase by dietary lipid is dependent on fatty acid composition
pp. 741-741(1)
Authors: Fryer, L. G. D.; Orfali, K. A.; Holness, M. J.; Saggerson, E. D.

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