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    Cherny, D. I.; Striker, G.; Subramaniam, V.; Jett, S. D.; Palecek, E.; Jovin, T. M.: DNA bending due to specific p53- and p53 core domain-DNA interactions visualized by electron microscopy. Journal of Molecular Biology 294, pp. 1015 - 1026 (1999)
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    Schaffer, J.; Volkmer, A.; Eggeling, C.; Subramaniam, V.; Striker, G.; Seidel, C.: Identification of single molecules in aqueous solution by time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 103, pp. 331 - 336 (1999)
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    Striker, G.; Subramaniam, V.; Seidel, C.; Volkmer, A.: Photochromicity and fluorescence lifetimes of green fluorescent protein. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 103, pp. 8612 - 8617 (1999)
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    Kirsch, A. K.; Subramaniam, V.; Striker, G.; Schnetter, C.; Arndt-Jovin, D. J.; Jovin, T. M.: Continuous wave two-photon scanning near-field optical microscopy. Biophysical Journal 75, pp. 1513 - 1521 (1998)
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    Huesmann, H.; Striker, G.; Moebius, D.: Pyrene phospholipid in monolayer assemblies - Photoinduced electron transfer investigated by time-resolved fluorescence emission. Langmuir 13 (19), pp. 4929 - 4932 (1997)
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    Domagala, W.; Striker, G.; Szadowska, A.; Dukowicz, A.; Harezga, B.; Osborn, M.: P53 protein and vimentin in invasive ductal NOS breast carcinoma--relationship with survival and sites of metastases. European Journal of Cancer 30A (10), pp. 1527 - 1534 (1994)
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    Domagala, W.; Striker, G.; Szadowska, A.; Dukowicz, A.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.: Cathepsin D in invasive ductal NOS breast carcinoma as defined by immunohistochemistry. No correlation with survival at 5 years. American Journal of Pathology 141 (5), pp. 1003 - 1012 (1992)
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    Zachariasse, K. A.; Kuehnle, W.; Leinhos, U.; Reynders, P.; Striker, G.: Time-resolved monomer and excimer fluorescence of 1,3-di(1-pyrenyl)propane at different temperatures: No evidence for distributions from picosecond laser experiments with nanosecond time resolution. Journal of Physical Chemistry 95 (14), pp. 5476 - 5488 (1991)
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    Labuda, D.; Sinnett, D.; Richer, C.; Deragon, J. M.; Striker, G.: Evolution of mouse B1 repeats: 7SL RNA folding pattern conserved. Journal of Molecular Evolution 32 (5), pp. 405 - 414 (1991)
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    Domagala, W.; Lasota, J.; Dukowicz, A.; Markiewski, M.; Striker, G.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.: Vimentin expression appears to be associated with poor prognosis in node-negative ductal NOS breast carcinomas. American Journal of Pathology 137 (6), pp. 1299 - 1304 (1990)
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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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    Labuda, D.; Striker, G.: Sequence conservation in Alu evolution. Nucleic Acids Research 17 (7), pp. 2477 - 2491 (1989)
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    Zachariasse, K. A.; Striker, G.: Three and only three excited-state species (one monomer and two excimers) in 1,3-di(1-pyrenyl)propane. Chemical Physics Letters 145 (3), pp. 251 - 254 (1988)
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    Zachariasse, K. A.; Duveneck, G.; Kühnle, W.; Reynders, P.; Striker, G.: The kinetic parameters for intramolecular excimer formation from the meso and racemic diastereoisomers of 2,4-DI(2-pyrenyl) pentane: Evidence for rapid conformer interconversion. Chemical Physics Letters 133 (5), pp. 390 - 398 (1987)
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    Labuda, D.; Striker, G.; Grosjean, H.; Porschke, D.: Mechanism of codon recognition by transfer RNA studied with oligonudeolides larger than triplets. Nucleic Acids Research 13 (10), pp. 3667 - 3683 (1985)
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    Labuda, D.; Striker, G.; Porschke, D.: Mechanism of codon recognition by transfer RNA and codon-induced tRNA association. Journal of Molecular Biology 174 (4), pp. 587 - 604 (1984)
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