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Publisher: Springer Science and Media

Volume 263, Number 1, 1999

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The metaphase to anaphase transition. A case of productive destruction
pp. 14-19(6)
Authors: Farr, K. A.; Cohen-Fix, O.

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Binding characteristics of an anti-Sia�2-6GalNAc�-Ser/Thr (sialyl Tn) monoclonal antibody (MLS 132)
pp. 27-32(6)
Authors: Tanaka, N.; Nakada, H.; Inoue, M.; Yamashina, I.

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Grass group I allergens (�-expansins) are novel, papain-related proteinases
pp. 33-40(8)
Authors: Grobe, K.; Becker, W.-F.; Schlaak, M.; Petersen, A.

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Evidence for a dynamic role of proline376 in the purine-cytosine permease of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
pp. 57-64(8)
Authors: Ferreira, T.; Napias, C.; Chevallier, J.; Brethes, D.

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Structural studies of the BstVI restriction - modification proteins by fluorescence spectroscopy
pp. 65-70(6)
Authors: Saavedra, C.; Vasquez, C.; Encinas, M. V.

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Adenosine inhibits the renal plasma-membrane (Ca^2^+ + Mg^2^+)-ATPase through a pathway sensitive to cholera toxin and sphingosine
pp. 71-78(8)
Authors: Coka-Guevara, S.; Markus, R. P.; Caruso-Neves, C.; Lopes, A. G.; Vieyra, A.

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Fluorescent phosphoinositide derivatives reveal specific binding of gelsolin and other actin regulatory proteins to mixed lipid bilayers
pp. 85-92(8)
Authors: Tuominen, E. K. J.; Holopainen, J. M.; Chen, J.; Prestwich, G. D.; Bachiller, P. R.; Kinnunen, P. K. J.; Jamney, P. A.

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Effect of gel re-organization and tensional forces on �2�1 integrin levels in dermal fibroblasts
pp. 93-103(11)
Authors: Jenkins, G.; Redwood, K. L.; Meadows, L.; Green, M. R.

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Ionophoretic properties and mitochondrial effects of cereulide. The emetic toxin of B. cereus
pp. 112-117(6)
Authors: Mikkola, R.; Saris, N.-E. L.; Grigoriev, P. A.; Andersson, M. A.; Salkinoja-Salonen, M. S.

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ATP-regulation of cytochrome oxidase in yeast mitochondria. Role of subunit VIa
pp. 118-127(10)
Authors: Beauvoit, B.; Bunoust, O.; Guerin, B.; Rigoulet, M.

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Cysteine-scanning mutagenesis of an eukaryotic pore-forming toxin from sea anemone. Topology in lipid membranes
pp. 128-136(9)
Authors: Anderluh, G.; Barlic, A.; Podlesek, Z.; Macek, P.; Pungercar, J.; Gubensek, F.; Zecchini, M. L.; Serra, M. D.; Menestrina, G.

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Lys35 of PsaC is required for the efficient photoreduction of flavodoxin by photosystem I from Chlamydomonas reinhartii
pp. 137-144(8)
Authors: Meimberg, K.; Fischer, N.; Rochaix, J.-D.; Muehlenhoff, U.

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The nuclear localization signal (NLS) of PDX-1 is part of the homeodomain and represents a novel type of NLS
pp. 170-177(8)
Authors: Hessabi, B.; Ziegler, P.; Schmidt, I.; Hessabi, C.; Walther, R.

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Structure and dynamics of the B~1~2-binding subunit of glutamate mutase from Clostridium cochlearium
pp. 178-188(11)
Authors: Hoffmann, B.; Konrat, R.; Bothe, H.; Buckel, W.; Kraeutler, B.

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Biosynthesis of 1.2-dieicosapentaenoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine in Caenorhabditis elegans
pp. 189-194(6)
Authors: Tanaka, T.; Izuwa, S.; Tanaka, K.; Yamamoto, D.; Takimoto, T.; Matsuura, F.; Satouchi, K.

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Denervation of rabbit gastrocnemius and soleus muscles, Effect on muscle-specific enolase
pp. 195-201(7)
Authors: Nozais, M.; Merkulova, T.; Keller, A.; Janmot, C.; Lompre, A.-M.; D'Albis, A.; Lucas, M.

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Activation of the ubiquitin proteolytic system in murine acquired immunodeficiency syndrome affects IkappaB� turnover
pp. 202-211(10)
Authors: Crinelli, R.; Bianchi, M.; Gentilini, L.; Magnani, M.; Hiscott, J.

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Characterization of recombinant Arabidopsis thaliania threonine synthase
pp. 212-221(10)
Authors: Laber, B.; Maurer, W.; Hanke, C.; Graefe, S.; Ehlert, S.; Messerschmidt, A.; Clausen, T.

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Identification of residues in dendrotoxin K responsible for its discrimination between neuronal K ^+ channels containing Kvl.1 and 1.2 � subunits
pp. 222-229(8)
Authors: Wang, F. C.; Bell, N.; Reid, P.; Smith, L. A.; McIntosh, P.; Robertson, B.; Dolly, J. O.

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Structural and kinetic analysis of drug resistant mutants of HIV-I protease
pp. 238-245(8)
Authors: Mahalingam, B.; Louis, J. M.; Reed, C. C.; Adomat, J. M.; Krouse, J.; Wang, Y.-F.; Harrison, R. W.; Weber, I. T.

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A thermodynamic study of the 434-repressor N-terminal domain and of its covalently linked dimers
pp. 246-253(8)
Authors: Ruiz-Sanz, J.; Simoncsits, A.; Taeroe, I.; Pongor, S.; Mateo, P. L.; Filimonov, V. V.

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Rapid transbilayer movement of fluorescent phospholipid analogues in the plasma membrane of endocytosis-deficient yeast cells does not require the Drs2 protein
pp. 254-263(10)
Authors: Marx, U.; Polakowski, T.; Pomorski, T.; Lang, C.; Nelson, H.; Nelson, N.; Herrmann, A.

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N-Tail translocation in a eukaryotic polytopic membrane protein. Synergy between neighboring transmembrane segments
pp. 264-269(6)
Authors: Monne, M.; Gafvelin, G.; Nilsson, R.; Von Heijne, G.

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Rhodamine phalloidin F-actin. Critical concentration versus tensile strength
pp. 270-275(6)
Authors: Adami, R.; Choquet, D.; Grazi, E.

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Entry of [(1,2-^1^3C~2)acetyl]-L-carnitine in liver tricarboxylic acid cycle and lipogenesis. A study by ^1^3C NMR spectroscopy in conscious, freely moving rats
pp. 287-293(7)
Authors: Aureli, T.; Puccetti, C.; Di Cocco, M. E.; Arduini, A.; Ricciolini, R.; Scalibastri, M.; Manetti, C.; Conti, F.

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