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    1. Buchner, T; Abele, D; Portner, HO
      Oxyconformity in the intertidal worm Sipunculus nudus: the mitochondrial background and energetic consequences

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Berg, P; Rysgaard, S; Funch, P; Sejr, MK
      Effects of bioturbation on solutes and solids in marine sediments

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    3. Heinicke, K; Wolfarth, B; Winchenbach, P; Biermann, B; Schmid, A; Huber, G; Friedmann, B; Schmidt, W
      Blood volume and hemoglobin mass in elite athletes of different disciplines

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    4. Baumann, RP; Hodnick, WF; Seow, HA; Belcourt, MF; Rockwell, S; Sherman, DH; Sartorelli, AC
      Reversal of mitomycin C resistance by overexpression of bioreductive enzymes in Chinese hamster ovary cells

      CANCER RESEARCH
    5. Normant, M; Szaniawska, A
      Behaviour, survival and glycogen utilisation in the Baltic isopod Saduria entomon exposed to long-term oxygen depletion

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER BEHAVIOUR AND PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Lamont, PA; Gage, JD
      Morphological responses of macrobenthic polychaetes to low oxygen on the Oman continental slope, NW Arabian Sea

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    7. Gonzalez, RR; Quinones, RA
      Pyruvate oxidoreductases involved in glycolytic anaerobic metabolism of polychaetes from the continental shelf off central-south Chile

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    8. Cooper, CE; Davies, NA
      Effects of nitric oxide and peroxynitrite on the cytochrome oxidase K-m for oxygen: implications for mitochondrial pathology

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    9. Ziouzenkova, O; Asatryan, L; Sevanian, A
      Oxidative stress resulting from hemolysis and formation of catalytically active hemoglobin: protective strategies

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS
    10. Hotta, T; Tanimura, H; Iwahashi, M; Tani, M; Tsunoda, T; Noguchi, K; Mizobata, S; Arii, K; Terasawa, H; Nakamori, M; Yamaue, H
      P-glycoprotein-expressing tumor cells are resistant to anticancer drugs inhuman gastrointestinal cancer

      SURGERY TODAY-THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    11. MATSUNAGA A; NOMURA Y; KURODA S; TAMURA M; NISHIHIRA J; YOSHIMURA N
      ENERGY-DEPENDENT REDOX STATE OF HEME A-OXIDASE IN PERFUSED RAT-BRAIN IN-SITU(A(3) AND COPPER OF CYTOCHROME)

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    12. COOPER CE; DELPY DT; NEMOTO EM
      THE RELATIONSHIP OF OXYGEN DELIVERY TO ABSOLUTE HEMOGLOBIN OXYGENATION AND MITOCHONDRIAL CYTOCHROME-OXIDASE REDOX STATE IN THE ADULT BRAIN - A NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY STUDY

      Biochemical journal
    13. Schiedek, D
      Ecophysiological capability of Marenzelleria populations inhabiting North Sea estuaries: an overview

      HELGOLANDER MEERESUNTERSUCHUNGEN
    14. Jenner, TJ; Cunniffe, SMT; Stevens, DL; O'Neill, P
      Induction of DNA-protein crosslinks in Chinese hamster V79-4 cells exposedto high- and low-linear energy transfer radiation

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    15. TAKAHASHI E; DOI K
      IMPACT OF DIFFUSIONAL OXYGEN-TRANSPORT ON OXIDATIVE-METABOLISM IN THEHEART

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    16. CUMMINGS J; SPANSWICK VJ; TOMASZ M; SMYTH JF
      ENZYMOLOGY OF MITOMYCIN-C METABOLIC-ACTIVATION IN TUMOR-TISSUE - IMPLICATIONS FOR ENZYME-DIRECTED BIOREDUCTIVE DRUG DEVELOPMENT

      Biochemical pharmacology
    17. ROSSI C; POLI P; CANDI A; BUSCHINI A
      MODULATION OF MITOMYCIN-C MUTAGENICITY ON SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE BYGLUTATHIONE, CYTOCHROME-P-450, AND MITOCHONDRIA INTERACTIONS

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    18. KHALIL AA; BENTZEN SM; OVERGAARD J
      STEEPNESS OF THE DOSE-RESPONSE CURVE AS A FUNCTION OF VOLUME IN AN EXPERIMENTAL TUMOR IRRADIATED UNDER AMBIENT OR HYPOXIC CONDITIONS

      International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics
    19. MATHUPALA SP; REMPEL A; PEDERSEN PL
      ABERRANT GLYCOLYTIC METABOLISM OF CANCER-CELLS - A REMARKABLE COORDINATION OF GENETIC, TRANSCRIPTIONAL, POSTTRANSLATIONAL, AND MUTATIONAL EVENTS THAT LEAD TO A CRITICAL ROLE FOR TYPE-II HEXOKINASE

      Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes
    20. ARNDT C; SCHIEDEK D
      NEPHTYS HOMBERGII, A FREE-LIVING PREDATOR IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS - ENERGY-PRODUCTION UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL

      Marine Biology
    21. JANS SWS; WILLEMS J; VANBILSEN M; REUTELINGSPERGER CPM; VANDERVUSSE GJ
      PHOSPHOLIPID DEGRADATION IN ENERGY-DEPRIVED CARDIAC MYOCYTES - DOES ANNEXIN-V PLAY A ROLE

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    22. SCHIEDEK D
      MARENZELLERIA-VIRIDIS (VERRILL, 1873) (POLYCHAETA), A NEW BENTHIC SPECIES WITHIN EUROPEAN COASTAL WATERS - SOME METABOLIC FEATURES

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    23. OTA D; LAHNSTEINER F
      RETINAL VASCULARIZATION IN THE GRASS GOBY, ZOSTERISESSOR OPHIOCEPHALUS - A SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY OF VASCULAR CORROSION CASTS

      Environmental biology of fishes
    24. TAKEUCHI H; BABA H; MAEHARA Y; SUGIMACHI K; NEWMAN RA
      FLAVONE ACETIC-ACID INCREASES THE CYTOTOXICITY OF MITOMYCIN-C WHEN COMBINED WITH HYPERTHERMIA

      Cancer chemotherapy and pharmacology
    25. TOPA MA
      SEED SOURCE VARIATION IN P-32 UPTAKE IN PINUS-TAEDA L SEEDLINGS - A POSSIBLE REGULATION BY EFFLUX

      Plant and soil
    26. SAWAMURA AO; AOYAMA T; TAMAKOSHI K; MIZUNO K; SUGANUMA N; KIKKAWA F; TOMODA Y
      TRANSFECTION OF HUMAN CYTOCHROME-P-450 REDUCTASE CDNA AND ITS EFFECT ON THE SENSITIVITY TO TOXINS

      Oncology
    27. SEIYAMA A; KOSAKA H; MAEDA N; SHIGA T
      EFFECT OF HYPOTHERMIA ON SKELETAL-MUSCLE METABOLISM IN PERFUSED RAT HINDLIMB

      Cryobiology
    28. HU LT; STAMBERG J; PAN SS
      THE NAD(P)H-QUINONE OXIDOREDUCTASE LOCUS IN HUMAN COLON-CARCINOMA HCT-116 CELLS RESISTANT TO MITOMYCIN-C

      Cancer research
    29. XIA H; PINTO T; HU X; BENSON PJ; ZAREN HA; GUPTA V; SINGH SV
      LACK OF A ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE IN CELLULAR NONENZYMATIC ACTIVATION OF BMS-181174, A NOVEL ANALOG OF MITOMYCIN-C

      Cancer research
    30. ROSS D; BEALL HD; SIEGEL D; TRAVER RD; GUSTAFSON DL
      ENZYMOLOGY OF BIOREDUCTIVE DRUG ACTIVATION

      British Journal of Cancer
    31. FUSE E; TAKAI K; OKUNO K; KOBAYASHI S
      HEPATIC EXTRACTION RATIO OF 5-FLUOROURACIL IN RATS - DOSE DEPENDENCE AND EFFECT OF URACIL AND INTERLEUKIN-2

      Biochemical pharmacology
    32. FITZSIMMONS SA; WORKMAN P; GREVER M; PAULL K; CAMALIER R; LEWIS AD
      REDUCTASE ENZYME EXPRESSION ACROSS THE NATIONAL-CANCER-INSTITUTE TUMOR-CELL LINE PANEL - CORRELATION WITH SENSITIVITY TO MITOMYCIN-C AND E09

      Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    33. CUMMINGS J; SPANSWICK VJ; SMYTH JF
      REEVALUATION OF THE MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY OF MITOMYCIN-C

      European journal of cancer
    34. ASHIZAWA T; OKAMOTO A; OKABE M; KOBAYASHI S; ARAI H; SAITO H; KASAI M; GOMI K
      CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ANTITUMOR-ACTIVITY OF M-16 AND M-18, MAJOR METABOLITES OF A NEW MITOMYCIN-C DERIVATIVE KW-2149, IN MICE

      Anti-cancer drugs
    35. SHIBATA K; KASAHARA K; BANDO T; NAKATSUMI Y; FUJIMURA M; TSURUO T; MATSUDA T
      ESTABLISHMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NONSMALL CELL LUNG-CANCER CELL-LINES RESISTANT TO MITOMYCIN-C UNDER AEROBIC CONDITIONS

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    36. SINGH SV; XU BH; GUPTA V; EMERSON EO; ZAREN HA; JANI JP
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A HUMAN BLADDER-CANCER CELL-LINE SELECTED FOR RESISTANCE TO BMY-25067, A NOVEL ANALOG OF MITOMYCIN-C

      Cancer letters
    37. BANDO T; KASAHARA K; SHIBATA K; NUMATA Y; NAKATSUMI Y; FUJIMURA M; MATSUDA T
      ROLE OF SODIUM-PUMP SYSTEMS TO DETERMINE SENSITIVITY TO MITOMYCIN-C IN NONSMALL CELL LUNG-CANCER CELL-LINES

      Anticancer research
    38. FRITZSCHE D; VONOERTZEN JA
      METABOLIC RESPONSES TO CHANGING ENVIRONMENTAL-CONDITIONS IN THE BRACKISH-WATER POLYCHAETES MARENZELLERIA-VIRIDIS AND HEDISTE-DIVERSICOLOR

      Marine Biology
    39. PAN SS; FORREST GL; AKMAN SA; HU LT
      NAD(P)H-QUINONE OXIDOREDUCTASE EXPRESSION AND MITOMYCIN-C RESISTANCE DEVELOPED BY HUMAN COLON-CANCER HCT-116 CELLS

      Cancer research
    40. YOSHIDA T; TSUDA H
      GENE TARGETING OF DT-DIAPHORASE IN MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS - ESTABLISHMENT OF NULL MUTANT AND ITS MITOMYCIN C-RESISTANCE

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    41. WORKMAN P
      ENZYME-DIRECTED BIOREDUCTIVE DRUG DEVELOPMENT REVISITED - A COMMENTARY ON RECENT PROGRESS AND FUTURE-PROSPECTS WITH EMPHASIS ON QUINONE ANTICANCER AGENTS AND QUINONE METABOLIZING ENZYMES, PARTICULARLY DT-DIAPHORASE

      Oncology research
    42. SARTORELLI AC; HODNICK WF; BELCOURT MF; TOMASZ M; HAFFTY B; FISCHER JJ; ROCKWELL S
      MITOMYCIN-C - A PROTOTYPE BIOREDUCTIVE AGENT

      Oncology research
    43. YOCUM GD; DELINGER DL
      ANOXIA BLOCKS THERMOTOLERANCE AND THE INDUCTION OF RAPID COLD HARDENING IN THE FRESH FLY, SARCOPHAGA-CRASSIPALPIS

      Physiological entomology
    44. EICKELMANN P; SCHULZ WA; ROHDE D; SCHMITZDRAGER B; SIES H
      LOSS OF HETEROZYGOSITY AT THE NAD(P)H-QUINONE OXIDOREDUCTASE LOCUS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RESISTANCE AGAINST MITOMYCIN-C IN A HUMAN BLADDER-CARCINOMA CELL-LINE

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    45. LEE JH; NAITO M; TSURUO T
      NONENZYMATIC REDUCTIVE ACTIVATION OF MA-L-GLUTAMYLAMINO)ETHYL]DITHIO)ETHYL))MITOMYCIN-C BY THIOL MOLECULES - A NOVEL MITOMYCIN-C DERIVATIVEEFFECTIVE ON MITOMYCIN C-RESISTANT TUMOR-CELLS

      Cancer research
    46. SIIM BG; ATWELL GJ; WILSON WR
      OXYGEN DEPENDENCE OF THE CYTOTOXICITY AND METABOLIC-ACTIVATION OF 4-ALKYLAMINO-5-NITROQUINOLINE BIOREDUCTIVE DRUGS

      British Journal of Cancer
    47. XU BH; GUPTA V; SINGH SV
      MECHANISM OF DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY OF HUMAN BLADDER-CANCER CELLS TO MITOMYCIN-C AND ITS ANALOG

      British Journal of Cancer
    48. SHIRAHATA M; SCHOFIELD B; CHIN BY; GUILARTE TR
      CULTURE OF ARTERIAL CHEMORECEPTOR CELLS FROM ADULT CATS IN DEFINED MEDIUM

      Brain research
    49. CUMMINGS J; ALLAN L; SMYTH JF
      ENCAPSULATION OF MITOMYCIN-C IN ALBUMIN MICROSPHERES MARKEDLY ALTERS PHARMACOKINETICS, DRUG QUINONE REDUCTION IN TUMOR-TISSUE AND ANTITUMOR-ACTIVITY - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DRUGS IN-VIVO MECHANISM OF ACTION

      Biochemical pharmacology
    50. HOSHI Y; HAZEKI O; TAMURA M
      OXYGEN DEPENDENCE OF REDOX STATE OF COPPER IN CYTOCHROME-OXIDASE INVITRO

      Journal of applied physiology
    51. KUEHL BL; BUCHWALD M; RAUTH AM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A SET OF CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY VARIANT CELL-LINESDEMONSTRATING DIFFERING SENSITIVITY TO MITOMYCIN-C

      Oncology research
    52. TANAKA A; KITAI T; IWATA S; HIRAO K; TOKUKA A; SATO B; YANABU N; MORI S; INOMOTO T; YAMAOKA Y; TANAKA K; OZAWA K; CHANCE B
      DELAYED OXIDATION OF INTRAMITOCHONDRIAL PYRIDINE-NUCLEOTIDE OXIDOREDUCTION STATE AS COMPARED WITH TISSUE OXYGENATION IN HUMAN LIVER-TRANSPLANTATION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta


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