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Publisher: Springer Science and Media

Volume 246, Number 1, 1997

Recognition and cleavage of DNA by type-II restriction endonucleases
pp. 1-22(22)
Authors: Pinguoud, A.; Jeltsch, A.

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Molecular localisation of ferrochelatase in higher plant chloroplasts
pp. 32-37(6)
Authors: Roper, J. M.; Smith, A. G.

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Cloning of an annelid fibrillar-collagen gene and phylogenetic analysis of vertebrate and invertebrate collagens
pp. 50-58(9)
Authors: Sicot, F.-X.; Exposito, L.-Y.; Masselot, M.; Garrone, R.; Deutsch, J.; Gaill, F.

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A conformational study of the human and rat encephalitogenic myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein peptides 35-55
pp. 59-70(12)
Authors: Albouz-Abo, S.; Wilson, J. C.; Bernard, C. C. A.; Von Itzstein, M.

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Comparison of the uptake and processing of cholesterol from chylomicrons of different fatty acid composition in rats fed high-fat and low-fat diets
pp. 92-102(11)
Authors: Bravo, E.; Flora, L.; Cantafora, A.; De Luca, V.; Tripodi, M.; Avella, M.; Mayes, P. A.; Botham, K. M.

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Dexamethasone increases expression of 5-lipoxygenase and its activating protein in human monocytes and THP-1 cells
pp. 112-118(7)
Authors: Riddick, C. A.; Ring, W. L.; Baker, J. R.; Hodulik, C. R.; Bigby, T. D.

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Stimulation of Sky tyrosine phosphorylation by bovine protein S - Domains involved in the receptor-ligand interaction
pp. 147-154(8)
Authors: Nyberg, P.; He, X.; Haerdig, Y.; Dahlbaeck, B.; Garcia de Frutos, P.

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The mouse gene for hypoxia-inducible factor-1� - Genomic organization, expression and characterization of an alternative first exon and 5' flanking sequence
pp. 155-165(11)
Authors: Wenger, R. H.; Rolfs, A.; Kvietikova, I.; Spielmann, P.; Zimmermann, D. R.; Gassmann, M.

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The N-terminal region of �-dystroglycan is an autonomous globular domain
pp. 166-172(7)
Authors: Brancaccio, A.; Schulthess, T.; Gesemann, M.; Engel, J.

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Mutational analysis of extracellular cysteine residues of rat secretin receptor shows that disulfide bridges are essential for receptor function
pp. 173-180(8)
Authors: Vilardaga, J.-P.; Di Paolo, E.; Bialek, C.; De Neef, P.; Waelbroeck, M.; Bollen, A.; Robberecht, P.

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The complete cDNA sequence and expression of the first major allergenic protein of Malassezia furfur, Mal f 1
pp. 181-185(5)
Authors: Schmidt, M.; Zargari, A.; Holt, P.; Lindbom, L.; Hellman, U.; Whitley, P.; Van der Ploeg, I.; Haerfast, B.; Scheynius, A.

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Up-regulation of P-glycoprotein expression in rat liver cells by acute doxorubicin treatment
pp. 186-192(7)
Authors: Fardel, O.; Lecureur, V.; Daval, S.; Corlu, A.; Guillouzo, A.

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The lantibiotic mersacidin inhibits peptidoglycan biosynthesis at the level of transglycosylation
pp. 193-199(7)
Authors: Broetz, H.; Bierbaum, G.; Reynolds, P. E.; Sahl, H.-G.

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Characterisation of the pterin molybdenum cofactor in dimethylsulfoxide reductase of Rhodobacter capsulatus
pp. 200-203(4)
Authors: Solomon, P. S.; Lane, I.; Hanson, G. R.; McEwan, A. G.

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Detection of metal binding to bovine inositol monophosphatase by changes in the near and far ultraviolet regions of the CD spectrum
pp. 211-217(7)
Authors: Rees-Milton, K.; Thorne, M.; Greasley, P.; Churchich, J.; Gore, M. G.

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Solution structure of Lqh-8/6, a toxin-like peptide from a scorpion venom - Structural heterogeneity induced by proline cis/trans isomerization
pp. 218-227(10)
Authors: Adjadj, E.; Naudat, V.; Quiniou, E.; Wouters, D.; Sautiere, P.; Craescu, C. T.

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HNK-1 carbohydrate-mediated cell adhesion to laminin-1 is different from heparin-mediated and sulfatide-mediated cell adhesion
pp. 233-242(10)
Authors: Hall, H.; Deutzmann, R.; Timpl, R.; Vaughan, L.; Schmitz, B.; Schachner, M.

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The glycosylated matrix protein of Borna disease virus is a tetrameric membrane-bound viral component essential for infection
pp. 252-257(6)
Authors: Stoyloff, R.; Strecker, A.; Bode, L.; Franke, P.; Ludwig, H.; Hucho, F.

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