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Publisher: Springer Science and Media

Volume 265, Number 1, 1999

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Identification of a linear epitope of interferon-�2b recognized by neutralizing monoclonal antibodies
pp. 11-19(9)
Authors: Blank, V. C.; Sterin-Prync, A.; Retegui, L.; Vidal, A.; Criscuolo, M.; Roguin, L. P.

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Mechanism of porcine pancreatic �-amylase. Inhibition of amylose and maltopentaose hydrolysis by kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) inhibitor and comparison with that by acarbose
pp. 20-26(7)
Authors: Koukiekolo, R.; Le Berre-Anton, V.; Desseaux, V.; Moreau, Y.; Rouge, P.; Marchis-Mouren, G.; Santimone, M.

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Resveratrol prevents apoptosis in K562 cells by inhibiting lipoxygenase and cyclooxygenase activity
pp. 27-34(8)
Authors: Maccarrone, M.; Lorenzon, T.; Guerrieri, P.; Finazzi Agro, A.

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DNA bending and sequence-dependent backbone conformation. NMR and computer experiments
pp. 35-53(19)
Authors: Ojha, R. P.; Dhingra, M. M.; Sarma, M. H.; Shibata, M.; Farrar, M.; Turner, C. J.; Sarma, R. H.

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Fluorescence and FTIR study of the pressure-induced denaturation of bovine pancreas trypsin
pp. 79-85(7)
Authors: Ruan, K.; Lange, R.; Meersman, F.; Hermans, K.; Balny, C.

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The 24-kDa iron-sulphur subunit of complex I is required for enzyme activity
pp. 86-92(7)
Authors: Almeida, T.; Duarte, M.; Melo, A. M. P.; Videira, A.

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The highly similar TMP kinases of Yersinia pestis and Escherichia coli differ markedly in their AZTMP phosphorylating activity
pp. 112-119(8)
Authors: Chenal-Francisque, V.; Tourneux, L.; Carniel, E.; Christova, P.; Li de la Sierra, I.; Barzu, O.; Gilles, A.-M.

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The effects of hydrostatic pressure on the conformation of plasminogen
pp. 120-126(7)
Authors: Kornblatt, J. A.; Kornblatt, M. J.; Clery, C.; Balny, C.

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Characterization of the ternary complex between Rab7, REP-1 and Rab geranylgeranyl transferase
pp. 160-422(263)
Authors: Alexandrov, K.; Simon, I.; Yurchenko, V.; Iakovenko, A.; Rostkova, E.; Scheidig, A. J.; Goody, R. S.

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Effect of serine and tyrosine phosphorylation on retroviral proteinase substrates
pp. 423-429(7)
Authors: Toezser, J.; Bagossi, P.; Boross, P.; Louis, J. M.; Majerova, E.; Oroszlan, S.; Copeland, T. D.

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Type I �-turn conformation is important for biological activity of the melanocyte-stimulating hormone analogues
pp. 430-440(11)
Authors: Li, S.-Z.; Lee, J.-H.; Lee, W.; Yoon, C.-J.; Baik, J.-H.; Lim, S.-K.

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A Dictyostelium protein binds to distinct oligo(dA)-oligo(dT) DNA sequences in the C-module of the retrotransposable element DRE
pp. 441-448(8)
Authors: Horn, J.; Deitz-Schmidt, A.; Zuendorf, I.; Garin, J.; Dingermann, T.; Winckler, T.

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Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide VPAC~1 and VPAC~2 receptor chimeras identify domains responsible for the specificity of ligand binding and activation
pp. 449-456(8)
Authors: Juarranz, M. G.; Van Rampelbergh, J.; Gourlet, P.; De Neef, P.; Cnudde, J.; Robberecht, P.; Waelbroeck, M.

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The two subunits of the interleukin-4 receptor mediate independent and distinct patterns of ligand endocytosis
pp. 457-465(9)
Authors: Friedrich, K.; Kammer, W.; Erhardt, I.; Braendlein, S.; Arnold, S.; Sebald, W.

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Genomic analysis of a murine cell-surface sialomucin, MGC-24/CD164
pp. 466-472(7)
Authors: Kurosawa, N.; Kanemitsu, Y.; Matsui, T.; Shimada, K.; Ishihama, H.; Muramatsu, T.

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Cyclic organization of the carbohydrate metabolism in Sinorhizobium melilori
pp. 473-480(8)
Authors: Portais, J.-C.; Tavernier, P.; Gosselin, I.; Barbotin, J.-N.

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Involvement of EF hand motifs in the Ca^2^+-dependent binding of the pleckstrin homology domain to phosphoinositides
pp. 481-490(10)
Authors: Yamamoto, T.-A.; Takeuchi, H.; Kanematsu, T.; Allen, V.; Yagisawa, H.; Kikkawa, U.; Watanabe, Y.; Nakasima, A.; Katan, M.; Hirata, M.

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Critical residues of the homeodomain involved in contacting DNA bases also specify the nuclear accumulation of thyroid transcription factor-1
pp. 491-497(7)
Authors: Christophe-Hobertus, C.; Duquesne, V.; Pichon, B.; Roger, P. P.; Christophe, D.

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