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    1. Naftalin, L
      Letter to the editor

      HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Gabus, C; Derrington, E; Leblanc, P; Chnaiderman, J; Dormont, D; Swietnicki, W; Morillas, M; Surewicz, WK; Marc, D; Nandi, P; Darlix, JL
      The prion protein has RNA binding and chaperoning properties characteristic of nucleocapsid protein NCp7 of HIV-1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Woods, JR; Plessinger, MA; Miller, RK
      Vitamins C and E: Missing links in preventing preterm premature rupture ofmembranes?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    4. Seidenfaden, R; Gerardy-Schahn, R; Hildebrandt, H
      Control of NCAM polysialylation by the differential expression of polysialyltransferases ST8Siall and ST8SialV

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    5. Cary, SP; Lee, J; Wagenknecht, R; Silverman, GJ
      Characterization of superantigen-induced clonal deletion with a novel clanIII-restricted avian monoclonal antibody: Exploiting evolutionary distanceto create antibodies specific for a conserved V-H region surface

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    6. Cristofari, G; Ficheux, D; Darlix, JL
      The Gag-like protein of the yeast Ty1 retrotransposon contains a nucleic acid chaperone domain analogous to retroviral nucleocapsid proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Certo, JL; Kabdulov, TO; Paulson, ML; Anderson, JA; Hu, WS
      The nucleocapsid domain is responsible for the ability of spleen necrosis virus (SNV) gag polyprotein to package both SNV and murine leukemia virus RNA

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    8. Herzig, MCS; Arnett, B; MacDonald, JR; Woynarowski, JM
      Drug uptake and cellular targets of hydroxymethylacylfulvene (HMAF)

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    9. SMITH CE
      CELLULAR AND CHEMICAL EVENTS DURING ENAMEL MATURATION

      Critical reviews in oral biology and medicine
    10. MAZUR WM; DUKE JA; WAHALA K; RASKU S; ADLERCREUTZ H
      ISOFLAVONOIDS AND LIGNANS IN LEGUMES - NUTRITIONAL AND HEALTH-ASPECTSIN HUMANS

      Journal of nutritional biochemistry
    11. POURKOMAILIAN B
      POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN A 35 KDA MEMBRANE-PROTEIN AND OSMOLYTE TRANSPORT IN STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS

      Letters in applied microbiology
    12. NIU ZJ; YAO SB; ZHOU SM
      EFFECTS OF ELECTRODEPOSITION CONDITIONS ON THE STRUCTURE AND SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF AMORPHOUS FE-MO ALLOYS

      Gaodeng xuexiao huaxue xuebao
    13. LANKESTER DL; BROWN AM; ZAMMIT VA
      USE OF CYTOSOLIC TRIACYLGLYCEROL HYDROLYSIS PRODUCTS AND OF EXOGENOUSFATTY-ACID FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF TRIACYLGLYCEROL SECRETED BY CULTURED RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Journal of lipid research
    14. Mitchell, JH; Gardner, PT; McPhail, DB; Morrice, PC; Collins, AR; Duthie, GG
      Antioxidant efficacy of phytoestrogens in chemical and biological model systems

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    15. McMichael-Phillips, DF; Harding, C; Morton, M; Roberts, SA; Howell, A; Potten, CS; Bundred, NJ
      Effects of soy-protein supplementation on epithelial proliferation in the histologically normal human breast

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    16. Setchell, KDR; Zimmer-Nechemias, L; Cai, JN; Heubi, JE
      Isoflavone content of infant formulas and the metabolic fate of these phytoestrogens in early life

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    17. XIAO YQ; TANABE J; EDAMATSU T; HIRASAWA N; MUE S; OHUCHI K
      POSSIBLE PARTICIPATION OF MACROPHAGE INFLAMMATORY PROTEIN-2 IN NEUTROPHIL INFILTRATION IN ALLERGIC INFLAMMATION IN RATS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease
    18. MEDANA IM; HUNT NH; CHANLING T
      EARLY ACTIVATION OF MICROGLIA IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF FATAL MURINE CEREBRAL MALARIA

      Glia
    19. FOSTER HD
      LANDSCAPES OF LONGEVITY - THE CALCIUM-SELENIUM-MERCURY CONNECTION IN CANCER AND HEART-DISEASE

      Medical hypotheses
    20. INGRAM D; SANDERS K; KOLYBABA M; LOPEZ D
      CASE-CONTROL STUDY OF PHYTO-ESTROGENS AND BREAST-CANCER

      Lancet
    21. ALONSO G; PRIETO M; LEGRAND A; CHAUVET N
      PSA-NCAM AND B-50 GAP-43 ARE COEXPRESSED BY SPECIFIC NEURONAL SYSTEMSOF THE ADULT-RAT MEDIOBASAL HYPOTHALAMUS THAT EXHIBIT REMARKABLE CAPACITIES FOR MORPHOLOGICAL PLASTICITY/

      Journal of comparative neurology
    22. EDAMATSU T; XIAO YQ; TANABE J; MUE S; OHUCHI K
      INDUCTION OF NEUTROPHIL CHEMOTACTIC FACTOR PRODUCTION BY STAUROSPORINE IN RAT PERITONEAL NEUTROPHILS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    23. FRANKLIN TC; NARAYANAN TSNS
      THE EFFECT OF BLOCKING ADDITIVES ON THE ELECTRODEPOSITION OF CADMIUM

      Journal of the Electrochemical Society
    24. SMITH CE; NANCI A
      PROTEIN DYNAMICS OF AMELOGENESIS

      The Anatomical record
    25. AMIN US; LASH TD; WILKINSON BJ
      PROLINE BETAINE IS A HIGHLY EFFECTIVE OSMOPROTECTANT FOR STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS

      Archives of microbiology
    26. SMITH CE; CHEN WY; ISSID M; FAZEL A
      ENAMEL MATRIX PROTEIN-TURNOVER DURING AMELOGENESIS - BASIC BIOCHEMICAL-PROPERTIES OF SHORT-LIVED SULFATED ENAMEL PROTEINS

      Calcified tissue international
    27. CHEN WY; NANCI A; SMITH CE
      IMMUNOBLOTTING STUDIES ON ARTIFACTUAL CONTAMINATION OF ENAMEL HOMOGENATES BY ALBUMIN AND OTHER PROTEINS

      Calcified tissue international
    28. KIRKMAN LM; LAMPE JW; CAMPBELL DR; MARTINI MC; SLAVIN JL
      URINARY LIGNAN AND ISOFLAVONOID EXCRETION IN MEN AND WOMEN CONSUMING VEGETABLE AND SOY DIETS

      Nutrition and cancer
    29. WENGENDER PA; MILLER KJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF A PUTP PROLINE PERMEASE GENE HOMOLOG FROM STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS BY EXPRESSION CLONING OF THE HIGH-AFFINITY PROLINE TRANSPORT-SYSTEM IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    30. GHIGO D; TODDE R; GINSBURG H; COSTAMAGNA C; GAUTRET P; BUSSOLINO F; ULLIERS D; GIRIBALDI G; DEHARO E; GABRIELLI G; PESCARMONA G; BOSIA A
      ERYTHROCYTE STAGES OF PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM EXHIBIT A HIGH NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE (NOS) ACTIVITY AND RELEASE AN NOS-INDUCING SOLUBLE FACTOR

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    31. HUTCHINS AM; SLAVIN JL; LAMPE JW
      URINARY ISOFLAVONOID PHYTOESTROGEN AND LIGNAN EXCRETION AFTER CONSUMPTION OF FERMENTED AND UNFERMENTED SOY PRODUCTS

      Journal of the American Dietetic Association
    32. POURKOMAILIAN B; BOOTH IR
      GLYCINE BETAINE TRANSPORT BY STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS - EVIDENCE FOR FEEDBACK-REGULATION OF THE ACTIVITY OF THE 2 TRANSPORT-SYSTEMS

      Microbiology
    33. STIMELING KW; GRAHAM JE; KAENJAK A; WILKINSON BJ
      EVIDENCE FOR FEEDBACK (TRANS) REGULATION OF, AND 2 SYSTEMS FOR, GLYCINE BETAINE TRANSPORT BY STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS

      Microbiology
    34. PATCHETT RA; KELLY AF; KROLL RG
      TRANSPORT OF GLYCINE-BETAINE BY LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES

      Archives of microbiology
    35. BEUMER RR; GIFFEL MCT; COX LJ; ROMBOUTS FM; ABEE T
      EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS PROLINE, BETAINE, AND CARNITINE ON GROWTH OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES IN A MINIMAL MEDIUM

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    36. ROCKETT KA; AWBURN MM; ROCKETT EJ; CLARK IA
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR AND INTERLEUKIN-1 SYNERGY IN THE CONTEXT OF MALARIA PATHOLOGY

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    37. CASSIDY A; BINGHAM S; SETCHELL KDR
      BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF A DIET OF SOY PROTEIN-RICH IN ISOFLAVONES ON THE MENSTRUAL-CYCLE OF PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    38. PROUDFOOT L; KUSEL JR; SMITH HV; KENNEDY MW
      EXTERNAL STIMULI AND INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING IN THE MODIFICATION OF THE NEMATODE SURFACE DURING TRANSITION TO THE MAMMALIAN HOST ENVIRONMENT

      Parasitology
    39. COWARD L; BARNES NC; SETCHELL KDR; BARNES S
      GENISTEIN, DAIDZEIN, AND THEIR BETA-GLYCOSIDE CONJUGATES - ANTITUMOR ISOFLAVONES IN SOYBEAN FOODS FROM AMERICAN AND ASIAN DIETS

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry


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