|... to the procedure used by (1972a),b to
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|thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH), with ...
|... simply as Cross foldscross folds or
Anderson, T. B.
|foldsconjugate folds, have kink-band ...
|... C3H/He mouse mammary tumor MM46 cells. The
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Target-selective cytotoxicity of methotrexate conjugated with monoclonal anti-MM46 antibody
Endo, Noriaki; Takeda, Yumiko; Kishida, Kazuo; Kato, Yoshinori; Saito, Masahiko; Umemoto, Naoji; Hara, Takeshi
|retained full antibody activity, as assayed ...
|... Loss of
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|horizontal eye movements is usually due to ...
|... few years as a means of producing phase
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Self-pulsation and Incoherent Beam Coupling Effects in Self-pumped BaTiO3
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|waves . ...
|... of the monoclonal antibody-mitomycin C
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Kotanagi, Hitoshi; Fukuda, Ken; Ogata, Naoto; Takahashi, Masahiro; Masuda, Tetsuzo; Koyama, Kenji; Takahashi, Toshio
|against human colon cancers were studied,in ...
|... are accompanied by a more poorly developed
Schaer, J. P.
|system in which the influences and traces ...
|... A heteroenzyme
|A conjugate of trypsin and chymotrypsin
A conjugate of trypsin and chymotrypsin
Rajput, Y. S.; Gupta, M. N.
|retaining activities of two component ...
|... and several workers have used a MTX-FITC
|Flow Cytometric Studies on Intracellular Drug Fluorescence
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|for monitoring cellular drug transport and ...
|... of such domes occur, particularly if in
O'driscoll, E. S. T.
|directions, it may be possible to relate ...
|... the tooth shape of a gear, when it is
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Colbourne, J. R.
|to a basic rack of arbitrary shape. ...
|... the circle are shown to be mutually semi-
|Some remarks on foliatedS1 bundles
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|(resp. topologically ...
|... ofStaphylococcus aureus and ferritin—toxin
|The binding of epidermolytic toxin fromStaphylococcus aureus to mouse epidermal tissue
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Smith, Thomas P.; John, David A.; Bailey, Christopher J.
|have been prepared and purified. ...
|... based on the knowledge that renal cysteine
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Cellular effects of reactive intermediates: Nephrotoxicity of S-conjugates of amino acids
Anders, M. W.; Elfarra, Adnan A.; Lash, Lawrence H.
|β-lyase is apparently a pyridoxal phosphate ...
|... Many of these devices are self-pumped phase
|Optical Oscillators with Photorefractive Gain
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|mirrors and this accounts for much of the ...
|... parameters (q 0,q 1,q 2,q 3) and their
|Motion of rigid bodies in a set of redundant variables
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Cid, Rafael; San Saturio, María-Eugenia
|momenta (Q 0,Q 1,Q 2,Q 3) or in functions ...
|... 70, and 500 kd and one cationic 70-kd 14C-
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Takakura, Yoshinobu; Takagi, Akira; Hashida, Mitsuru; Sezaki, Hitoshi
|... is transported, as free IAA or as the IAA-
|The Plant Hormone Concept: Transport, Concentration, and Sensitivity
The Plant Hormone Concept: Transport, Concentration, and Sensitivity
Davies, Peter J.
|, to the tip of the coleoptile where ...
|... anti-E.chr. and Avidin alkaline phosphatase
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Goumas, D.; Narcy, J. P.; Lemattre, M.
|is five times more sensitive than standard ...
|... It is based on two properties of pairs of
|A note on maximum orthogonal shear
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|semi-diameters of ellipses. ...
|... positively with a particular antigen-enzyme
|The limitations of immunoenzyme approaches to distinguish between ‘specific’ and ‘non-specific’ antibody-forming cells, with particular respect to immunocytochemical studies on thein situ immune response
The limitations of immunoenzyme approaches to distinguish between ‘specific’ and ‘non-specific’ antibody-forming cells, with particular respect to immunocytochemical studies on thein situ immune response
|are considered to be specific ...
|... in the form of a uncertainty relation for
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Lavenda, B. H.
|thermodynamic variables where the minimum ...
|... a brief but rigorous description of the
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|gradient technique as applied to the ...
|... two of them The first is a double
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|of glucuronidate-o-hydroxyhippuric acid ...
|... the geometry is that of chevron, zigzag, or
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|types (cf. ...