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    1. Patel, NA; Patel, JA; Stins, MF; Kim, KS; Chang, SL
      Dexamethasone affects cytokine-mediated adhesion of HL-60 human promyelocytic leukemia cells to cultured dermal microvascular endothelial cells

      CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Hoekstra, FA; Golovina, EA; Buitink, J
      Mechanisms of plant desiccation tolerance

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    3. Agui, T; Miyamoto, T; Tsumagari, T
      X-ray hypersensitivity in the LEA rat: Genetic linkage analysis of responsible loci

      EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS
    4. Kennedy, M; Reader, A; Beck, M; Weaver, J
      Anesthetic efficacy of ropivacaine in maxillary anterior infiltration

      ORAL SURGERY ORAL MEDICINE ORAL PATHOLOGY ORAL RADIOLOGY AND ENDODONTICS
    5. Romo, S; Labrador, E; Dopico, B
      Water stress-regulated gene expression in Cicer arietinum seedlings and plants

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Tamminen, I; Makela, P; Heino, P; Palva, ET
      Ectopic expression of ABI3 gene enhances freezing tolerance in response toabscisic acid and low temperature in Arabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT JOURNAL
    7. Job, C; Laugel, S; Duval, M; Gallardo, K; Job, D
      Biochemical characterization of atypical biotinylation domains in seed proteins

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    8. Gonzalez-Zertuche, L; Vazquez-Yanes, C; Gamboa, A; Sanchez-Coronado, ME; Aguilera, P; Orozco-Segovia, A
      Natural priming of Wigandia urens seeds during burial: effects on germination, growth and protein expression

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    9. Honjoh, K; Shimizu, H; Nagaishi, N; Matsumoto, H; Suga, K; Miyamoto, T; Iio, M; Hatano, S
      Improvement of freezing tolerance in transgenic tobacco leaves by expressing the hiC6 gene

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    10. Xiao, FH; Xue, GP
      Analysis of the promoter activity of late embryogenesis abundant protein genes in barley seedlings under conditions of water deficit

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    11. Ditzer, A; Kirch, HH; Nair, A; Bartels, D
      Molecular characterization of two alanine-rich Lea genes abundantly expressed in the resurrection plant C-plantagineum in response to osmotic stress and ABA

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Hara, M; Terashima, S; Kuboi, T
      Characterization and cryoprotective activity of cold-responsive dehydrin from Citrus unshiu

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Milioni, D; Franz, G; Sung, R; Hatzopoulos, P
      Gene expression during heat-shock in embryogenic carrot cell lines

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    14. Wolkers, WF; McCready, S; Brandt, WF; Lindsey, GG; Hoekstra, FA
      Isolation and characterization of a D-7 LEA protein from pollen that stabilizes glasses in vitro

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    15. Moreno-Fonseca, LP; Covarrubias, AA
      Downstream DNA sequences are required to modulate Pvlea-18 gene expressionin response to dehydration

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Linacero, R; Lopez-Bilbao, MG; Vazquez, AM
      Expression of different abscisic acid-responsive genes during somatic embryogenesis in sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum)

      PROTOPLASMA
    17. Vicient, CM; Gruber, V; Delseny, M
      The Arabidopsis AtEm1 promoter is active in Brassica napus L. and is temporally and spatially regulated

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    18. Tsujimoto, K; Takagi, H; Takahashi, M; Yamada, H; Nakamori, S
      Cryoprotective effect of the serine-rich repetitive sequence in silk protein sericin

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Hsieh, JS; Hsieh, KL; Tsai, YC; Hsing, YI
      Each species of Glycine collected in Taiwan has a unique seed protein pattern

      EUPHYTICA
    20. Fletcher-Campbell, F; Cullen, MA
      LEA support services for special educational needs provision and management

      EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
    21. Mulberg, J
      Cash for answers: The association between school performance and local government finance

      SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ONLINE
    22. Torrado, J; Plummer, M; Vivas, J; Garay, J; Lopez, G; Peraza, S; Carillo, E; Oliver, W; Munoz, N
      Lewis antigen alterations in a population at high risk of stomach cancer

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    23. Svensson, J; Palva, ET; Welin, B
      Purification of recombinant Arabidopsis thaliana dehydrins by metal ion affinity chromatography

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    24. Qi, M; Chen, F; Huang, MJ; Wu, NH
      Cloning of lea cDNA fragment of carrot (Daucus carota L.) and analysis of its expression features

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    25. Capron, I; Corbineau, F; Dacher, F; Job, C; Come, D; Job, D
      Sugarbeet seed priming: effects of priming conditions on germination, solubilization of 11-S globulin and accumulation of LEA proteins

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    26. Guzman-Rojas, L; Sims, JC; Rangel, R; Guret, C; Sun, Y; Alcocer, JM; Martinez-Valdez, H
      PRELI, the human homologue of the avian px19, is expressed by germinal center B lymphocytes

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    27. Honjoh, K; Matsumoto, H; Shimizu, H; Ooyama, K; Tanaka, K; Oda, Y; Takata, R; Joh, T; Suga, K; Miyamoto, T; Iio, M; Hatano, S
      Cryoprotective activities of group 3 late embryogenesis abundant proteins from Chlorella vulgaris C-27

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. Liu, DX; Baltayan, A; Naritoku, WY; Barr, NJ; Young, LL; Chaiwun, B; Tsao-Wei, DD; Groshen, SL; Taylor, CR; Torloni, H; Neville, AM; Cote, RJ; Imam, SA
      LEA.135 expression: its comparison with other prognostic biomarkers for patients with primary breast carcinoma

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    29. Sivamani, E; Bahieldin, A; Wraith, JM; Al-Niemi, T; Dyer, WE; Ho, THD; Qu, RD
      Improved biomass productivity and water use efficiency under water deficitconditions in transgenic wheat constitutively expressing the barley HVA1 gene

      PLANT SCIENCE
    30. Zhu, B; Choi, DW; Fenton, R; Close, TJ
      Expression of the barley dehydrin multigene family and the development of freezing tolerance

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    31. Vicient, CM; Hull, G; Guilleminot, J; Devic, M; Delseny, M
      Differential expression of the Arabidopsis genes coding for Em-like proteins

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    32. Zhang, L; Ohta, A; Takagi, M; Imai, R
      Expression of plant group 2 and group 3 lea genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae revealed functional divergence among LEA proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    33. Sales, K; Brandt, W; Rumbak, E; Lindsey, G
      The LEA-like protein HSP 12 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae has a plasma membrane location and protects membranes against desiccation and ethanol-inducedstress

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    34. Bajaj, S; Targolli, J; Liu, LF; Ho, THD; Wu, R
      Transgenic approaches to increase dehydration-stress tolerance in plants

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    35. Bertini, L; Tagariello, V; Mancini, S; Ciaschi, A; Posteraro, CM; Di Benedetto, P; Martini, O
      0.75% and 0.5% ropivacaine for axillary brachial plexus block: A clinical comparison with 0.5% bupivacaine

      REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE
    36. Thomashow, MF
      Plant cold acclimation: Freezing tolerance genes and regulatory mechanisms

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    37. Campalans, A; Messeguer, R; Goday, A; Pages, M
      Plant responses to drought, from ABA signal transduction events to the action of the induced proteins

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    38. Kalaiselvi, K; Manickam, A
      Characterization of an axis-specific protein from mungbean expressed late during seed maturation

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    39. Thorlby, G; Veale, E; Butcher, K; Warren, G
      Map positions of SFR genes in relation to other freezing-related genes of Arabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT JOURNAL
    40. Garay-Arroyo, A; Covarrubias, AA
      Three genes whose expression is induced by stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      YEAST
    41. Bostock, RM; Gerttula, S; Quatrano, RS
      Superinduction of the Em gene in rice suspension cells in the presence of ABA and cycloheximide

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    42. Saksena, R; Deepak, D; Khare, A; Sahai, R; Tripathi, LM; Srivastava, VML
      A novel pentasaccharide from immunostimulant oligosaccharide fraction of buffalo milk

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    43. Crabtree, B; Hickman, M; Martin, D
      Integrated water quality and environmental cost-benefit modelling for the management of the River Tame

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    44. Miles, SE; Kenwright, DN; Gaskell, DJ; Christie, RM; Thornton, A; Delahunt, B
      Luminal epithelial antigen (LEA.135) expression in adenocarcinoma of the colon

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    45. Honjoh, K; Oda, Y; Takata, R; Miyamoto, T; Hatano, S
      Introduction of the hiC6 gene, which encodes a homologue of a late embryogenesis abundant (LEA) protein, enhances freezing tolerance of yeast

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    46. Ito, K; Kusano, T; Tsutsumi, K
      A cold-inducible bZIP protein gene in radish root regulated by calcium- and cycloheximide-mediated signals

      PLANT SCIENCE
    47. Arenas-Mena, C; Raynal, M; Borrell, A; Varoquaux, F; Cutanda, MC; Stacy, RAP; Pages, M; Delseny, M; Culianez-Macia, FA
      Expression and cellular localization of Atrab28 during Arabidopsis embryogenesis

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    48. Raynal, M; Guilleminot, J; Gueguen, C; Cooke, R; Delseny, M; Gruber, V
      Structure, organization and expression of two closely related novel Lea (late-embryogenesis-abundant) genes in Arabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    49. Prieto-Dapena, P; Almoguera, C; Rojas, A; Jordano, J
      Seed-specific expression patterns and regulation by ABI3 of an unusual late embryogenesis-abundant gene in sunflower

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    50. Swire-Clark, GA; Marcotte, WR
      The wheat LEA protein Em functions as an osmoprotective molecule in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    51. Choi, DW; Zhu, B; Close, TJ
      The barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) dehydrin multigene family: sequences, allele types, chromosome assignments, and expression characteristics of 11 Dhn genes of cv Dicktoo

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    52. Rinne, PLH; Kaikuranta, PLM; van der Plas, LHW; van der Schoot, C
      Dehydrins in cold-acclimated apices of birch (Betula pubescens Ehrh.): production, localization and potential role in rescuing enzyme function duringdehydration

      PLANTA
    53. Graf, M; Becker, R
      Comparison of Lea single symbols and Landolt single optotypes

      KLINISCHE MONATSBLATTER FUR AUGENHEILKUNDE
    54. Finke, B; Stahl, B; Pfenninger, A; Karas, M; Daniel, H; Sawatzki, G
      Analysis of high-molecular-weight oligosaccharides from human milk by liquid chromatography and MALDI-MS

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    55. TERRYN N; GIELEN J; DEKEYSER A; VANDENDAELE H; ARDILES W; NEYT P; DECLERCQ R; COPPIETERS J; DEHAIS P; VILLARROEL R; ROUZE P; VANMONTAGU M
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A 40-KB ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA GENOMIC REGION LOCATED AT THE TOP OF CHROMOSOME-1

      Gene
    56. BETTEY M; SINNIAH UR; FINCHSAVAGE WE; ELLIS RH
      IRRIGATION AND SEED QUALITY DEVELOPMENT IN RAPID-CYCLING BRASSICA - ACCUMULATION OF STRESS PROTEINS

      Annals of botany (Print)
    57. JAYAPRAKASH TL; RAMAMOHAN G; KRISHNAPRASAD BT; GANESHKUMAR; PRASAD TG; MATHEW MK; UDAYAKUMAR M
      GENOTYPIC VARIABILITY IN DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF LEA2 AND LEA3 GENES AND PROTEINS IN RESPONSE TO SALINITY STRESS IN FINGERMILLET (ELEUSINE-CORACANA GAERTN) AND RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA L.) SEEDLINGS

      Annals of botany (Print)
    58. BOVIN NV
      POLYACRYLAMIDE-BASED GLYCOCONJUGATES AS TOOLS IN GLYCOBIOLOGY

      Glycoconjugate journal
    59. Nimtz, M; Grabenhorst, E; Gambert, U; Costa, J; Wray, V; Morr, M; Thiem, J; Conradt, HS
      In vitro alpha 1-3 or alpha 1-4 fucosylation of type I and II oligosaccharides with secreted forms of recombinant human fucosyltransferases III and VI

      GLYCOCONJUGATE JOURNAL
    60. CASATI A; LEONI A; ALDEGHERI G; BERTI M; TORRI G; FANELLI G
      A DOUBLE-BLIND-STUDY OF AXILLARY BRACHIAL-PLEXUS BLOCK BY 0.75-PERCENT ROPIVACAINE OR 2-PERCENT MEPIVACAINE

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    61. KIM SY; THOMAS TL
      A FAMILY OF NOVEL BASIC LEUCINE-ZIPPER PROTEINS BINDS TO SEED-SPECIFICATION ELEMENTS IN THE CARROT DC3 GENE PROMOTER

      Journal of plant physiology
    62. BLOMSTEDT CK; GIANELLO RD; HAMILL JD; NEALE AD; GAFF DF
      DROUGHT-STIMULATED GENES CORRELATED WITH DESICCATION TOLERANCE OF THERESURRECTION GRASS SPOROBOLUS-STAPFIANUS

      Plant growth regulation
    63. CAMPBELL SA; CRONE DE; CECCARDI TL; CLOSE TJ
      A CA.40-KDA MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L.) EMBRYO DEHYDRIN IS ENCODED BY THE DHN2 LOCUS ON CHROMOSOME-9

      Plant molecular biology
    64. HSING YIC; TSOU CH; HSU TF; CHEN ZY; HSIEH KL; HSIEH JS; CHOW TY
      TISSUE-SPECIFIC AND STAGE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF A SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX L.) SEED-MATURATION, BIOTINYLATED PROTEIN

      Plant molecular biology
    65. WEAVER LM; GAN SS; QUIRINO B; AMASINO RM
      A COMPARISON OF THE EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF SEVERAL SENESCENCE-ASSOCIATED GENES IN RESPONSE TO STRESS AND HORMONE-TREATMENT

      Plant molecular biology
    66. MTWISHA L; BRANDT W; MCCREADY S; LINDSEY GG
      HSP-12 IS A LEA-LIKE PROTEIN IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Plant molecular biology
    67. HASLEKAS C; STACY RAP; NYGAARD V; CULIANEZMACIA FA; AALEN RB
      THE EXPRESSION OF A PEROXIREDOXIN ANTIOXIDANT GENE, ATPER1, IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA IS SEED-SPECIFIC AND RELATED TO DORMANCY

      Plant molecular biology
    68. RINNE P; WELLING A; KAIKURANTA P
      ONSET OF FREEZING TOLERANCE IN BIRCH (BETULA-PUBESCENS EHRH.) INVOLVES LEA PROTEINS AND OSMOREGULATION AND IS IMPAIRED IN AN ABA-DEFICIENT GENOTYPE

      Plant, cell and environment
    69. Siddiqui, NU; Chung, HJ; Thomas, TL; Drew, MC
      Abscisic acid-dependent and -independent expression of the carrot late-embryogenesis-abundant-class gene Dc3 in transgenic tobacco seedlings

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    70. VICIENT CM; ROSCOE TJ; DELSENY M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AN EM-LIKE GENE OF BRASSICA-NAPUS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    71. KERMODE AR
      APPROACHES TO ELUCIDATE THE BASIS OF DESICCATION-TOLERANCE IN SEEDS

      Seed science research
    72. RUSSOUW PS; FARRANT J; BRANDT W; LINDSEY GG
      THE MOST PREVALENT PROTEIN IN A HEAT-TREATED EXTRACT OF PEA (PISUM-SATIVUM) EMBRYOS IS AN LEA GROUP-I PROTEIN - ITS CONFORMATION IS NOT AFFECTED BY EXPOSURE TO HIGH-TEMPERATURE

      Seed science research
    73. WALTERS C; RIED JL; WALKERSIMMONS MK
      HEAT-SOLUBLE PROTEINS EXTRACTED FROM WHEAT EMBRYOS HAVE TIGHTLY BOUNDSUGARS AND UNUSUAL HYDRATION PROPERTIES

      Seed science research
    74. MOMMA M; HARAGUCHI K; SAITO M; CHIKUNI K; HARADA K
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ACID-SOLUBLE 26-KDA POLYPEPTIDE FROM SOYBEAN SEEDS

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    75. DANIELSSON BRG; DANIELSON MK; BOO EL; ARVIDSSON T; HALLDIN MM
      TOXICITY OF BUPIVACAINE AND ROPIVACAINE IN RELATION TO FREE PLASMA-CONCENTRATIONS IN PREGNANT RATS - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY

      Pharmacology & toxicology
    76. REUZEAU C; CAVALIE G
      CHANGES IN RNA AND PROTEIN-METABOLISM ASSOCIATED WITH ALTERATIONS IN THE GERMINATION EFFICIENCY OF SUNFLOWER SEEDS

      Annals of botany
    77. INOUE M; NAKADA H; OKA Y; TANAKA N; YAMASHINA I
      NOVEL GLYCOPROTEINS INHIBITING THE BINDING OF COLORECTAL-CANCER CELLSTO E-SELECTIN

      Glycoconjugate journal
    78. JONES HL; DELAHUNT B; BETHWAITE PB; THORNTON A
      LUMINAL EPITHELIAL ANTIGEN (LEA.135) EXPRESSION CORRELATES WITH TUMORPROGRESSION FOR TRANSITIONAL CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER

      Anticancer research
    79. JARVIS SB; TAYLOR MA; BIANCO J; CORBINEAU F; DAVIES HV
      DORMANCY-BREAKAGE IN SEEDS OF DOUGLAS-FIR (PSEUDOTSUGA-MENZIESII (MIRB.) FRANCE) - SUPPORT FOR THE HYPOTHESIS THAT LEA GENE-EXPRESSION IS ESSENTIAL FOR THIS PROCESS

      Journal of plant physiology
    80. ZEGZOUTI H; JONES B; MARTY C; LELIEVRE JM; LATCHE A; PECH JC; BOUZAYEN M
      ER5, A TOMATO CDNA-ENCODING AN ETHYLENE-RESPONSIVE LEA-LIKE PROTEIN -CHARACTERIZATION AND EXPRESSION IN RESPONSE TO DROUGHT, ABA AND WOUNDING

      Plant molecular biology
    81. HOLLUNG K; ESPELUND M; SCHOU K; JAKOBSEN KS
      DEVELOPMENTAL, STRESS AND ABA MODULATION OF MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS FOR BZIP TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND VP1 IN BARLEY EMBRYOS AND EMBRYO-DERIVED SUSPENSION-CULTURES

      Plant molecular biology
    82. DEHAYE L; DUVAL M; VIGUIER D; YAXLEY J; JOB D
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF THE PEA GENE ENCODING SBP65, A SEED-SPECIFIC BIOTINYLATED PROTEIN

      Plant molecular biology
    83. ARTLIP TS; CALLAHAN AM; BASSETT CL; WISNIEWSKI ME
      SEASONAL EXPRESSION OF A DEHYDRIN GENE IN SIBLING DECIDUOUS AND EVERGREEN GENOTYPES OF PEACH (PRUNUS-PERSICA [L] BATSCH)

      Plant molecular biology
    84. CALVO ES; WURTLE ES; SHOEMAKER RC
      CLONING, MAPPING, AND ANALYSES OF EXPRESSION OF THE EM-LIKE GENE FAMILY IN SOYBEAN [GLYCINE-MAX (L) MERR]

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    85. DONG JZ; DUNSTAN DI
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CDNAS REPRESENTING 5 ABSCISIC ACID-RESPONSIVE GENES ASSOCIATED WITH SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS IN PICEA-GLAUCA, AND THEIR RESPONSES TO ABSCISIC-ACID STEREOSTRUCTURE

      Planta
    86. BOOTHE JG; SONNICHSEN FD; DEBEUS MD; JOHNSONFLANAGAN AM
      PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF A PLANT LOW-TEMPERATURE-INDUCED PROTEIN

      Plant physiology
    87. NICOLAS C; RODRIGUEZ D; POULSEN F; ERIKSEN EN; NICOLAS G
      THE EXPRESSION OF AN ABSCISIC ACID-RESPONSIVE GLYCINE-RICH PROTEIN COINCIDES WITH THE LEVEL OF SEED DORMANCY IN FAGUS-SYLVATICA

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    88. CLOSE TJ
      DEHYDRINS - A COMMONALITY IN THE RESPONSE OF PLANTS TO DEHYDRATION AND LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    89. CAMPBELL SA; CLOSE TJ
      DEHYDRINS - GENES, PROTEINS, AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH PHENOTYPIC TRAITS

      New phytologist
    90. CHANDLER JW; BARTELS D
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE VP1 GENE HOMOLOG FROM THE RESURRECTION PLANT CRATEROSTIGMA-PLANTAGINEUM HOCHST

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    91. SCHERZER T; BECKERT A; LANGGUTH H; RUMMEL S; MEHNERT R
      ELECTRON-BEAM CURING OF METHACRYLATED GELATIN .1. DEPENDENCE OF THE DEGREE OF CROSS-LINKING ON THE IRRADIATION DOSE

      Journal of applied polymer science
    92. LISSE T; BARTELS D; KALBITZER HR; JAENICKE R
      THE RECOMBINANT DEHYDRIN-LIKE DESICCATION STRESS PROTEIN FROM THE RESURRECTION PLANT CRATEROSTIGMA-PLANTAGINEUM DISPLAYS NO DEFINED 3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE IN ITS NATIVE-STATE

      Biological chemistry
    93. OSOFSKY SA; HIRSCH KJ; ZUCKERMAN EE; HARDY WD
      FELINE LENTIVIRUS AND FELINE ONCOVIRUS STATUS OF FREE-RANGING LIONS (PANTHERA-LEO), LEOPARDS (PANTHERA-PARDUS), AND CHEETAHS (ACINONYX-JUBATUS) IN BOTSWANA - A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE

      Journal of zoo and wildlife medicine
    94. INGRAM J; BARTELS D
      THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF DEHYDRATION TOLERANCE IN PLANTS

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    95. FARRANT JM; PAMMENTER NW; BERJAK P; FARNSWORTH EJ; VERTUCCI CW
      PRESENCE OF DEHYDRIN-LIKE PROTEINS AND LEVELS OF ABSCISIC-ACID IN RECALCITRANT (DESICCATION SENSITIVE) SEEDS MAY BE RELATED TO HABITAT

      Seed science research
    96. DUVAL M; LOISEAU J; DEHAYE L; PEPIN R; LEDEUNFF Y; WANG T; JOB D
      SBP65, A SEED-SPECIFIC BIOTINYLATED PROTEIN, BEHAVES AS A LEA PROTEININ DEVELOPING PEA EMBRYOS

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    97. IMAI R; CHANG L; OHTA A; BRAY EA; TAKAGI M
      A LEA-CLASS GENE OF TOMATO CONFERS SALT AND FREEZING TOLERANCE WHEN EXPRESSED IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Gene
    98. IMAM SA; CHAIWUN B; WANG MJ; MORRIS MM; GROSHEN SG; NEVILLE AM; TORLONI H; COTE RJ; TAYLOR CR
      A SIALOGLYCOPROTEIN (LEA.135) ASSOCIATED WITH FAVORABLE PROGNOSIS OF PATIENTS WITH LYMPH NODE-NEGATIVE PRIMARY BREAST-CARCINOMA

      Anticancer research
    99. RAO KS
      EMBRYOGENESIS IN FLOWERING PLANTS - RECENT APPROACHES AND PROSPECTS

      Journal of Biosciences
    100. JARVIS SB; TAYLOR MA; MACLEOD MR; DAVIES HV
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CDNA CLONES OF 3 GENES THAT ARE DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED DURING DORMANCY-BREAKAGE IN THE SEEDS OF DOUGLAS-FIR (PSEUDOTSUGA-MENZIESII)

      Journal of plant physiology


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