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Journal Article (231)

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    Li, G.; Horvath, L.; Knowles, P. F.; Murphy, D. J.; Marsh, D.: Spin label saturation transfer ESR studies of protein-lipid interactions in Photosystem II-enriched membranes. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Biomembranes 987 (2), pp. 187 - 192 (1989)
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    Antosiewicz, J.; Pörschke, D.: The nature of protein dipole moments: Experimental and calculated permanent dipole of alpha-chymotrypsin. Biochemistry 28 (26), pp. 10072 - 10078 (1989)
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    Bracco, L.; Kotlarz, D.; Kolb, A.; Diekmann, S.; Buc, H.: Synthetic curved DNA sequences can act as transcriptional activators in Escherichia coli. EMBO Journal 8 (13), pp. 4289 - 4296 (1989)
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    Cheneval, D.; Carafoli, E.; Powell, G. L.; Marsh, D.: A spin-label electron spin resonance study of the binding of mitochondrial creatine kinase to cardiolipin. European Journal of Biochemistry 186 (1-2), pp. 416 - 419 (1989)
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    Chowdhury, K.; Dietrich, S.; Balling, R.; Guenet, J. L.; Gruss, P.: Structure, expression and chromosomal localization of Zfp-1, a murine zinc finger protein gene. Nucleic Acids Research 17 (224), pp. 10427 - 10438 (1989)
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    Craig, A. S.; Kataky, R.; Parker, D.; Adams, H.; Bailey, N.; Schneider, H.: Synthesis, solution stability, and crystal structure of aza-thia macrocyclic complexes of silver(I). Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (24), pp. 1870 - 1872 (1989)
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    Derrington, E.A.; Masco, D.; Whittaker, V. P.: Confirmation of the cholinergic specificity of the Chol-1 gangliosides in mammalian brain using affinity-purified antisera and lesions affecting the cholinergic input to the hippocampus. Journal of Neurochemistry 53 (6), pp. 1686 - 1692 (1989)
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    Gerke, V.: Consensus peptide antibodies reveal a widespread occurrence of Ca2+/lipid-binding proteins of the annexin family. FEBS Letters 258 (2), pp. 259 - 262 (1989)
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    Goulding, M.; Gruss, P.: The homeobox in vertebrate development. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 1 (6), pp. 1088 - 1093 (1989)
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    Gramzow, M.; Schröder, H. C.; Fritsche, U.; Kurelec, B.; Robitzki, A.; Zimmermann, H.; Friese, K.; Kreuter, M. H.; Müller, W. E.G.: Role of phospholipase A2 in the stimulation of sponge cell proliferation by homologous lectin. Cell 59 (5), pp. 939 - 948 (1989)
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    Halfter, H.; Kavety, B.; Vandekerckhove, J.; Kiefer, F.; Gallwitz, D.: Sequence, expression and mutational analysis of BAF1, a transcriptional activator and ARS1-binding protein of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. EMBO Journal 8 (13), pp. 4265 - 4272 (1989)
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    Harders, J.; Lukács, N.; Robert-Nicoud, M.; Jovin, T. M.; Riesner, D.: Imaging of viroids in nuclei from tomato leaf tissue by in situ hybridization and confocal laser scanning microscopy. EMBO Journal 8 (13), pp. 3941 - 3949 (1989)
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    Heinemann, S.H.; Sigworth, F. J.: Estimation of Na+ dwell time in the gramicidin A channel. Na+ ions as blockers of H+ currents. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Biomembranes 987 (1), pp. 8 - 14 (1989)
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    Kaupp, U. B.; Niidome, T.; Tanabe, T.; Terada, S.; Bönigk, W.; Stühmer, W.; Cook, N. J.; Kangawa, K.; Matsuo, H.; Hirose∥, T. et al.; Miyata, T.; Numa, S.: Primary structure and functional expression from complementary DNA of the rod photoreceptor cyclic GMP-gated channel. Nature 342 (6251), pp. 762 - 766 (1989)
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    Noda, M.; Suzuki, H.; Numa, S.; Stühmer, W.: A single point mutation confers tetrodotoxin and saxitoxin insensitivity on the sodium channel II. FEBs Letters 259 (1), pp. 213 - 216 (1989)
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    Osborn, M.; Weber, K.: Keratins, transglutaminase, and Mallory bodies--the really insoluble stuff. Laboratory Investigation 61 (6), pp. 585 - 587 (1989)
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    Penner, R.; Neher, E.; Takeshima, H.; Nishimura, S.; Numa, S.: Functional expression of the calcium release channel from skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor cDNA. FEBS Letters 259 (1), pp. 217 - 221 (1989)
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    Rahaminoff, R.; Derimer, S. A.; Ginsburg, S.; Kaiserman, I.; Sakmann, B.; Shapira, R.; Neher, E.; Stadler, H.; Yakir, N.: Ionic channels in synaptic vesicles: Are they involved in transmitter release? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology 74 (7), pp. 1019 - 1031 (1989)
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    Sankaram, M. B.; Brophy, P. J.; Marsh, D.: Spin-label ESR studies on the interaction of bovine spinal cord myelin basic protein with dimyristoylphosphatidylglycerol dispersions. Biochemistry 28 (25), pp. 9685 - 9691 (1989)
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    Sankaram, M. B.; Brophy, B. J.; Marsh, D.: Interaction of two complementary fragments of the bovine spinal cord myelin basic protein with phospholipid bilayers. An ESR spin-label study. Biochemistry 28 (25), pp. 9692 - 9698 (1989)
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    Sankaram, M. B.; Brophy, P. J.; Marsh, D.: Selectivity of interaction of phospholipids with bovine spinal cord myelin basic protein studied by spin-label electron spin resonance. Biochemistry 28 (25), pp. 9699 - 9707 (1989)
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    Semich, R.; Gerke, V.; Robenek, H.; Weber, K.: The p36 substrate of pp60src kinase is located at the cytoplasmic surface of the plasma membrane of fibroblasts; an immunoelectron microscopic analysis. European Journal of Cell Biology 50 (2), pp. 313 - 323 (1989)
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    Siklós, L.; Kuhnt, U.; Mihály, A.; Joó, F.: Elevation of intracellular calcium content in area CA1 of hippocampus is not directly correlated with the development of long-term potentiation. Neuroscience Letters 107 (1-3), pp. 99 - 104 (1989)
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    Walter, L.; Balling, A.; Zimmermann, U.; Haase, A.; Kuhn, W.: Nuclear-magnetic-resonance imaging of leaves ofMesembryanthemum crystallinum L. plants grown at high salinity. Planta 178 (4), pp. 524 - 530 (1989)
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    Whittaker, V. P.: Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP) as a cholinergic co-transmitter: some recent results. Cell Biology International Reports 13 (12), pp. 1039 - 1051 (1989)
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    Wolfs, C. J. A. M.; Horvath, L.; Marsh, D.; Watts, A.; Hemminga, M. A.: Spin-label ESR of bacteriophage M13 coat protein in mixed lipid bilayers. Characterization of molecular selectivity of charged phospholipids for the bacteriophage M13 coat protein in lipid bilayers. Biochemistry 28 (26), pp. 9995 - 10001 (1989)
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    Heil, W.; Ahrens, J.; Andresen, H. G.; Bornheimer, A.; Conrath, D.; Dietz, K. J.; Gasteyer, W.; Gessinger, H.-J.; Hartmann, W.; Jethwa, J. et al.; Kluge, H. J.; Kessler, H.; Kettner, T.; Koch, L.; Neugebauer, F.; Neuhausen, R.; Otten, E. W.; Reichert, E.; Schäfer, F. P.; Wagner, B.: Improved limits on the weak, neutral, hadronic axial vector coupling constants from quasielastic scattering of polarized electrons. Nuclear Physics B 327 (1), pp. 1 - 31 (1989)
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    Sankaram, M. B.; de Kruijff, B.; Marsh, D.: Selectivity of interaction of spin-labelled lipids with peripheral proteins bound to dimyristoylphosphatidylglycerol bilayers, as determined by ESR spectroscopy. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Biomembranes 986 (2), pp. 315 - 320 (1989)
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    Ladanyi, E.; Miller, I. R.; Möbius, D.; Popovits-Biro, R.; Marikovsky, Y.; von Wichert, P.; Müller, B.; Stalder, K.: Electrochemical and immunoelectron microscopy evidence of lipid-protein interaction in Langmuir-Blodgett films of the human lung surfactant. Thin Solid Films 180 (1-2), pp. 115 - 21 (1989)
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    Baumann, U.; Frank, R.; Blöcker, H.: Probing hairpin structures of small DNAs by nondenaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Analytical Biochemistry 1813 (1), pp. 152 - 158 (1989)
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    Jordi, W.; De Kruijff, B.; Marsh, D.: Specificity of the interaction of amino- and carboxy-terminal fragments of the mitochondrial precursor protein apocytochrome c with negatively charged phospholipids. A spin-label electron spin resonance study. Biochemistry 28 (23), pp. 8998 - 9005 (1989)
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    Ahuja, R.; Möbius, D.: Photoinduced electron transfer in Langmuir-Blodgett films. Thin Solid Films 179, pp. 457 - 462 (1989)
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    Friedrich, A.; Pettinger, B.; Kolb, D.M.; Lüpke, G.; Steinhoff, R.; Marowsky, G.: An in situ study of reconstructed gold electrode surfaces by second harmonic generation. Chemical Physics Letters 163 (2-3), pp. 123 - 128 (1989)
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    Weber, K.; Plessmann, U.; Traub, P.: Maturation of nuclear lamin A involves a specific carboxy-terminal trimming, which removes the polyisoprenylation site from the precursor; implications for the structure of the nuclear lamina. FEBS Letters 257 (2), pp. 411 - 414 (1989)
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    Antosiewicz, J.; Pörschke, D.: Effect of aminoacylation on tRNA conformation. European Biophysics Journal 17 (4), pp. 233 - 235 (1989)
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    Budach, W.; Möbius, D.: Detection of longitudinal waves in resonance with capillary waves at the air-water interface by energy transfer. Thin Solid Films 178 (1-2), pp. 61 - 65 (1989)
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    Chai, X. D.; Tian, K.; Chen, H. J.; Tang, X. Y.; Li, T. J.; Zhu, Z. Q.; Möbius, D.: X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of lipid-free multilayer systems of copper phthalocyanine tetrasulphonate. Thin Solid Films 178, pp. 221 - 225 (1989)
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    Dobkowski, J.; Herbich, J.; Waluk, J.; Koput, J.; Kühnle, W.: The nature of the excited states of p-nitro-N,N-dimethylaniline. Journal of Luminescence 44 (3), pp. 149 - 160 (1989)
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    Huntebrinker, K.; Würz, U.; Frischat, G. H.: Nucleation and growth of precipitates in demixing glass melts in the system NA2O-CAO-SIO2. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 111 (2-3), pp. 189 - 198 (1989)
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    Kuhn, H.: Present status and future prospects of Langmuir-Blodgett film research. Thin Solid Films 178 (1-2), pp. 1 - 16 (1989)
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    Lindrum, M.; Nickel, B.: Wavelength calibration of optical Multichannel detectors in combination with single- and double-grating monochromators. Applied Spectoscopy 43 (8), pp. 1427 - 1431 (1989)
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    Matthews, G.; Neher, E.; Penner, R.: Second messenger-activated calcium influx in rat peritoneal mast cells. Journal of Physiology 418 (1), pp. 105 - 130 (1989)
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    Matthews, G.; Neher, E.; Penner, R.: Chloride conductance activated by external agonists and internal messengers in rat peritoneal mast cells. Journal of Physiology 418 (1), pp. 131 - 144 (1989)
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    Merboldt, K. D.; Hänicke, W.; Gyngell, M.L.; Frahm, J.; Bruhn, H.: The influence of flow and motion in MRI of diffusion using a modified CE-FAST sequence. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 12 (2), pp. 198 - 208 (1989)
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    Möbius, D.; Cordroch, W.; Loschek, R.; Chi, L.; Dhathathreyan, A.; Vogel, V.: Control of interfacial equilibria by local charge distribution and average surface potential. Thin Solid Films 178 (1-2), pp. 53 - 60 (1989)
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    Nave, R.; Fürst, D.; Weber, K.: Visualization of the polarity of isolated titin molecules: a single globular head on a long thin rod as the M band anchoring domain? The Journal of Cell Biology 109 (5), 2177 (1989)
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    Ramsing, N. B.; Rippe, K.; Jovin, T. M.: Helix-coil transition of parallel-stranded DNA. Thermodynamics of hairpin and linear duplex oligonucleotides. Biochemistry 28 (24), pp. 9528 - 9535 (1989)
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    Rippe, K.; Ramsing, N. B.; Jovin, T. M.: Spectroscopic properties and helical stabilities of 25-nt parallel-stranded linear DNA duplexes. Biochemistry 28 (24), pp. 9536 - 9541 (1989)
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    Rippe, K.; Jovin, T. M.: Substrate properties of 25-nt parallel-stranded linear DNA duplexes. Biochemistry 28 (24), pp. 9542 - 9449 (1989)
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    Sankaram, M. B.; Marsh, D.: Chain order profile in lipid HII phases. Biophysical Journal 56 (5), pp. 1043 - 1044 (1989)
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    Simon, P, P.; Gerhardt, H.; Szatmari, S.: Intensity-dependent loss properties of window materials at 248 nm. Optics Letters 14 (21), pp. 1207 - 1209 (1989)
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    Stühmer, W.; Ruppersberg, J. P.; Schröter, K. H.; Sakmann, B.; Stocker, M.; Giese, K. P.; Perschke, A.; Baumann, A.; Pongs, O.: Molecular basis of functional diversity of voltage-gated potassium channels in mammalian brain. EMBO Journal 8 (11), pp. 3235 - 3244 (1989)
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    Vaz, W.L.C.; Melo, E.C.C.; Thompson, T.: Translational diffusion and fluid domain connectivity in a two-component, two-phase phospholipid bilayer. Biophysical Journal 56 (5), pp. 869 - 876 (1989)
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    Vehmeyer, K.; Kim, D. J.; Nagel, G.; Eibl, H. J.; Unger, C.: Effect of ether lipids on mouse granulocyte-macrophage progenitor cells. Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology 24 (1), pp. 58 - 60 (1989)
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    Weber, K.; Plessmann, U.; Ulrich, W.: Cytoplasmic intermediate filament proteins of invertebrates are closer to nuclear lamins than are vertebrate intermediate filament proteins; sequence characterization of two muscle proteins of a nematode. EMBO Journal 8 (11), pp. 3221 - 3227 (1989)
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    Westphal, H.; Gruss, P.: Molecular genetics of development studied in the transgenic mouse. Annual Review of Cell Biology 5, pp. 181 - 196 (1989)
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    Murchie, A. I. H.; Clegg, R. M.; von Krtzing, E.; Duckett, D. R.; Diekmann, S.; Lilley, D. M.: Fluorescence energy transfer shows that the four-way DNA junction is a right-handed cross of antiparallel molecules. Nature 341 (6244), pp. 763 - 766 (1989)
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    Keller, B. U.; Hedrich, R.; Raschke, K.: Voltage-dependent anion channels in the plasma membrane of guard cells. Nature 341 (6241), pp. 450 - 453 (1989)
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    Fox, G.; Kötting, D.; Dowe, G.: A morphometric analysis ofTorpedo synaptic vesicles isolated by iso-osmotic sucrose gradient separation. Brain Research 498 (2), pp. 279 - 288 (1989)
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    Bartnik, E.; Weber, K.: Widespread occurrence of intermediate filaments in invertebrates; common principles and aspects of diversion. European Journal of Cell Biology 50 (1), pp. 17 - 33 (1989)
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    Bauer, G.J.; McCaskill, J.S.; Otten, H.: Traveling waves of in vitro evolving RNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 86 (20), pp. 7937 - 7941 (1989)
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    Busmann, H. G.; Staerk, H.; Weller, A.: Solvent influence on the magnetic field effect of polymethylene‐linked photogenerated radical ion pairs. The Journal of Chemical Physics 91 (7), pp. 4098 - 4105 (1989)
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    Creutzfeldt, O.; Ojemann, G.; Lettich, E.: Neuronal activity in the human lateral temporal lobe. I. Responses to speech. Experimental Brain Research 77 (3), pp. 451 - 475 (1989)
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    Creutzfeldt, O.; Ojemann, G.; Lettich, E.: Neuronal activity in the human lateral temporal lobe. II. Responses to the subjects own voice. Experimental Brain Research 77 (3), pp. 476 - 489 (1989)
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    Creutzfeldt, O.; Ojemann, G.: Neuronal activity in the human lateral temporal lobe. III. Activity changes during music. Experimental Brain Research 77 (3), pp. 490 - 498 (1989)
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    Dick, B.: Line-narrowing spectroscopy in amorphous solids through polarization detection of spectral holes. I. Principles. Chemical Physics 136 (3), pp. 413 - 428 (1989)
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    Dick, B.: Line-narrowing spectroscopy in amorphous solids through polarization detection of spectral holes. II. Application to tetraphenylporphin in pmma. Chemical Physics 136 (3), pp. 429 - 442 (1989)
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    Fischer, H. P.; Wallner, F.; Maier, H.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.; Altmannsberger, M.: Coexpression of intermediate filaments in squamous cell carcinomas of upper aerodigestive tract before and after radiation and chemotherapy. Laboratory Investigation 61 (4), pp. 433 - 439 (1989)
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    Halfter, H.; Müller, U.; Winnacker, E. L.; Gallwitz, D.: Isolation and DNA-binding characteristics of a protein involved in transcription activation of two divergently transcribed, essential yeast genes. EMBO Journal 8 (10), pp. 3029 - 3037 (1989)
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    Rapp, G.; Klaudiny, J.; Hagendorff, G.; Luck, M. R.; Scheit, K.H.: Complete sequence of the coding region of human elongation factor 2 (EF-2) by enzymatic amplification of cDNA from human ovarian granulosa cells. Biological Chemistry 370 (2), pp. 1071 - 1075 (1989)
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    Steyer, M.; Stankov, K.A.; Mizoguchi, H.; Ouyang, B.; Schäfer, F. P.: Compact, wide aperture X-ray preionized XeCl laser with high specific optical power. Applied Physics B 49 (4), pp. 3331 - 337 (1989)
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    Striker, G.; Labuda, D.; Vega-Martin, M.: The three conformations of the anticodon loop of yeast tRNA(Phe). Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics 7 (2), pp. 235 - 255 (1989)
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    Szatmari, S.; Schäfer, F. P.: Generation of input signals for ArF amplifiers. Journal of the Optical Society of America B 6 (10), pp. 1877 - 1883 (1989)
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    Thorey, I.; Seifert, W.: Developmentally regulated epitopes on a neurofilament protein visualized by monoclonal antibodies. Developmental Brain Research 49 (2), pp. 229 - 241 (1989)
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    Doroshenko, P.A.: γ-Aminobutyric acid elevates cytosolic Ca in bovine chromaffin cells. Neuroscience Letters 104 (1-2), pp. 83 - 87 (1989)
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    Beitinger, H.; Vogel, V.; Möbius, D.; Rahmann, H.: Surface potentials and electric dipole moments of ganglioside and phospholipid bilayers: Contribution of the polar headgroup at the water/lipid interface. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Biomembranes 984 (3), pp. 293 - 300 (1989)
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    Ernsting, N. P.; Dick, B.: Fluorescence excitation of isolated, jet-cooled 3-hydroxyflavone: The rate of excited state intramolecular proton transfer from homogeneous linewidths. Chemical Physics 136 (2), pp. 181 - 186 (1989)
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    Grellmann, K. H.; Mordziński, A.; Heinrich, A.: Intramolecular proton transfer and tunnel effects in the metastable triplet states of 2-(2′-hydroxyphenyl)benzoxazole studied by micro- and nanosecond laser flash photolysis. Chemical Physics 136 (2), pp. 201 - 211 (1989)
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    Li, C. Y.; Tanaka, M.; Creutzfeldt, O. D.: Attention and eye movement related activation of neurons in the dorsal prelunate gyrus (area DP). Brain Research 496 (1-2), pp. 307 - 313 (1989)
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    Dressler, G.R.; Gruss, P.: Anterior boundaries of Hox gene expression in mesoderm-derived structures correlate with the linear gene order along the chromosome. Differentiation 41 (3), pp. 193 - 201 (1989)
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    Edwards, F.; Konnerth, A.; Sakmann, B.: A thin slice preparation for patch clamp recordings from neurones of the mammalian central nervous system. Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 414 (5), pp. 600 - 612 (1989)
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    Fürst, D.; Nave, R.; Osborn, M.; Weber, K.: Repetitive titin epitopes with a 42 nm spacing coincide in relative position with known A band striations also identified by major myosin-associated proteins. An immunoelectron-microscopical study on myofibrils. Journal of Cell Science 94, pp. 119 - 125 (1989)
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    Hollmann, M.; Seifert, W.: Glutamate transport and not glutamate receptor binding is stimulated by gangliosides in a Ca2+-dependent manner in rat brain synaptic plasma membranes. Journal of Neurochemistry 53 (3), pp. 716 - 723 (1989)
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    Li, G.; Knowles, P. F.; Murphy, D. J.; Nishida, I.; Marsh, D.: Spin-label ESR studies of lipid-protein interactions in thylakoid membranes. Biochemistry 228 (18), pp. 7446 - 7452 (1989)
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    Lüpke, G.; Marowsky, G.; Steinhoff, R.: Phase-controlled nonlinear interferometry. Applied Physics B 49 (3), pp. 283 - 289 (1989)
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    Nickel, B.: On the elimination of the polarization bias of the luminescence or transient absorption of photoexcited isotropic solutions. Journal of Luminescence 44 (1-2), pp. 1 - 18 (1989)
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    Schöler, H.; Hatzopoulos, A.; Balling, R.; Suzuki, N.; Gruss, P.: A family of octamer-specific proteins present during mouse embryogenesis: Evidence for germline-specific expression of an Oct factor. EMBO Journal 8 (9), pp. 2543 - 2550 (1989)
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    Schöler, H.; Balling, R.; Hatzopoulos, A.; Suzuki, N.; Gruss, P.: Octamer binding proteins confer transcriptional activity in early mouse embryogenesis. EMBO Journal 8 (9), pp. 2551 - 2557 (1989)
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    Szatmari, S.; Kühnle, G.; Jasny, J.; Schäfer, F. P.: KrF laser system with corrected pulse front and compressed pulse duration. Applied Physics B 49 (3), pp. 239 - 244 (1989)
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    Yoshida, T. M.; Jovin, T. M.; Barisas, B. G.: A high‐speed photomultiplier gating circuit for luminescence measurements. Review of Scientific Instruments 60 (9), pp. 2924 - 2928 (1989)
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    Wichmann, H.; Disela, C.; Haubruck, H.; Gallwitz, D.: Nucleotide sequence of the mouse ypt1 gene encoding a ras-related GTP-binding protein. Nucleic Acids Research 17 (16), pp. 6737 - 6778 (1989)
  92. 92.
    Teubner, M.: Scattering from two‐phase media with singularities. The Journal of Chemical Physics 91 (4), pp. 2761 - 2762 (1989)
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    Beuermann, T.; Stuke, M.: Tunable UV laser photolysis of organometallics with product detection by laser mass spectroscopy: Trimethylaluminum. Applied Physics B 49 (2), pp. 145 - 148 (1989)
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    Bruhn, H.; Frahm, J.; Gyngell, M.L.; Merboldt, K. D.; Hänicke, W.; Sauter, R.; Hamburger, C.: Noninvasive differentiation of tumors with use of localized H-1 MR spectroscopy in vivo: Initial experience in patients with cerebral tumors. Radiology 172 (2), pp. 541 - 548 (1989)
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    Demetrius, L.: The demographic evolution of human populations: The role of selection and environmental factors. Demography 26 (3), pp. 252 - 372 (1989)
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    Eigen, M.: The AIDS debate. Die Naturwissenschaften 76 (8), pp. 341 - 350 (1989)
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    Fürst, D.O.; Osborn, M.; Weber, K.: Myogenesis in the mouse embryo: Differential onset of expression of myogenic proteins and the involvement of titin in myofibril assembly. The Journal of Cell Biology 109 (2), pp. 517 - 527 (1989)
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    Geisler, N.; Hatzfeld, M.; Weber, K.: Phosphorylation of vimentin by protein kinases A and C is restricted to the head domain. European Journal of Biochemistry 183 (2), pp. 441 - 447 (1989)
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    Hildebrandt, P.; Stockburger, M.: Cytochrome c at charged interfaces. 1. Conformational and redox equilibria at the electrode/electrolyte interface probed by surface-enhanced resonance Raman spectroscopy. Biochemistry 28 (16), pp. 6710 - 6721 (1989)
 
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