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Publisher: Springer Science and Media

Volume 268, Number 8, 2001

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Assembly and clustering of acetylcholine receptors containing GFP-tagged epsilon or gamma subunits. Selective targeting to the neuromuscular junction in vivo
pp. 2209-2217(9)
Authors: Gensler, S.; Sander, A.; Korngreen, A.; Triana, G.; Giese, G.; Witzemann, V.

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Cytoplasmic surface structure of bacteriorhodopsin consisting of interhelical loops and C-terminal alpha helix, modified by a variety of environmental factors as studied by ^1^3C-NMR
pp. 2218-2228(11)
Authors: Yamaguchi, S.; Yonebayashi, K.; Konishi, H.; Tuzi, S.; Naito, A.; Lanyi, J. K.; Needleman, R.; Saito, H.

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Structural analysis of the O-antigen polysaccharide from the Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O172
pp. 2239-2245(7)
Authors: Landersjo, C.; Weintraub, A.; Widmalm, G.

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Purification, characterization and crystallization of thermostable anthranilate phosphoribosyltransferase from Sulfolobus solfataricus
pp. 2246-2252(7)
Authors: Ivens, A.; Mayans, O.; Szadkowski, H.; Wilmanns, M.; Kirschner, K.

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Structural consequences of site-directed mutagenesis in flexible protein domains. NMR characterization of the L(55,56)S mutant of RhoGDI
pp. 2253-2260(8)
Authors: Golovanov, A. P.; Hawkins, D.; Barsukov, I.; Badii, R.; Bokoch, G. M.; Lian, L.-Y.; Roberts, G. C. K.

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Carboxyl group of residue Asp647 as possible proton donor in catalytic reaction of alpha-glucosidase from Schizosaccharomyces pombe
pp. 2270-2280(11)
Authors: Okuyama, M.; Okuno, A.; Shimizu, N.; Mori, H.; Kimura, A.; Chiba, S.

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Growth factor-stimulated protein synthesis is inhibited by sodium orthovanadate
pp. 2308-2314(7)
Authors: Vinals, F.; McKenzie, F. R.; Pouyssegur, J.

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Varying competence for protein import into chloroplasts during the cell cycle in Chlamydomonas
pp. 2315-2321(7)
Authors: Su, Q.; Schild, C.; Schumann, P.; Boschetti, A.

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Low and high density lipoprotein metabolism in primary cultures of hepatic cells from normal and apolipoprotein E knockout mice
pp. 2322-2330(9)
Authors: Auger, A.; Truong, T.-Q.; Rhainds, D.; Lapointe, J.; Letarte, F.; Brissette, L.

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A subfraction of the yeast endoplasmic reticulum associates with the plasma membrane and has a high capacity to synthesize lipids
pp. 2351-2361(11)
Authors: Pichler, H.; Gaigg, B.; Hrastnik, C.; Achleitner, G.; Kohlwein, S. D.; Zellnig, G.; Perktold, A.; Daum, G.

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A basic residue at position 36p of the propeptide is not essential for the correct folding and subsequent autocatalytic activation of prochymosin
pp. 2362-2368(7)
Authors: Francky, A.; Francky, B. M.; Strukelj, B.; Gruden, K.; Ritonja, A.; Krizaj, I.; Kregar, I.; Pain, R. H.; Pungercar, J.

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Solution structure of the main alpha-amylase inhibitor from amaranth seeds
pp. 2379-2389(11)
Authors: Martins, J. C.; Enassar, M.; Willem, R.; Wieruzeski, J.-M.; Lippens, G.; Wodak, S. J.

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Phosphorylation and oligomerization states of native pig brain HSP90 studied by mass spectrometry
pp. 2402-2407(6)
Authors: Garnier, C.; Lafitte, D.; Jorgensen, T. J. D.; Jensen, O. N.; Briand, C.; Peyrot, V.

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Identification of catalytically important residues in the active site of Escherichia coli transaldolase
pp. 2408-2415(8)
Authors: Schorken, U.; Thorell, S.; Schurmann, M.; Jia, J.; Sprenger, G. A.; Schneider, G.

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P-Glycoprotein conformational changes detected by antibody competition
pp. 2416-2420(5)
Authors: Nagy, H.; Goda, K.; Arceci, R.; Cianfriglia, M.; Mechetner, E.; Szabo, G.

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GroEL-assisted refolding of adrenodoxin during chemical cluster insertion
pp. 2421-2429(9)
Authors: Iametti, S.; Bera, A. K.; Vecchio, G.; Grinberg, A.; Bernhardt, R.; Bonomi, F.

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Molecular cloning of a mammalian nuclear phosphoprotein NUCKS, which serves as a substrate for Cdk1 in vivo
pp. 2430-2440(11)
Authors: Ostvold, A. C.; Norum, J. H.; Mathiesen, S.; Wanvik, B.; Sefland, I.; Grundt, K.

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Central carbon metabolism of Saccharomyces cerevisiae explored by biosynthetic fractional ^1^3C labeling of common amino acids
pp. 2464-2479(16)
Authors: Maaheimo, H.; Fiaux, J.; Cakar, Z. P.; Bailey, J. E.; Sauer, U.; Szyperski, T.

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Molecular characterization of an anti-epilepsy peptide from the scorpion Buthus martensi Karsch
pp. 2480-2485(6)
Authors: Wang, C.-G.; He, X.-L.; Shao, F.; Liu, W.; Ling, M.-H.; Wang, D.-C.; Chi, C.-W.

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Regulation of expression of terminal oxidases in Paracoccus denitrificans
pp. 2486-2497(12)
Authors: Otten, M. F.; Stork, D. M.; Reijnders, W. N. M.; Westerhoff, H. V.; Van Spanning, R. J. M.

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Activation of the Sarcophaga lectin gene promoter by (A + T)-stretch binding protein
pp. 2506-2511(6)
Authors: Aozasa, N.; Shiraishi, H.; Nakanishi-Matsui, M.; Kobayashi, A.; Sekimizu, K.; Kubo, T.; Natori, S.

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Multisite control of the Crabtree effect in ascites hepatoma cells
pp. 2512-2519(8)
Authors: Rodriguez-Enriquez, S.; Juarez, O.; Rodriguez-Zavala, J. S.; Moreno-Sanchez, R.

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Both the N- and C- terminal chaperone sites of Hsp90 participate in protein refolding
pp. 2520-2524(5)
Authors: Minami, M.; Nakamura, M.; Emori, Y.; Minami, Y.

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