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Molecular mimicry incampylobacter jejunilipopolysaccharides and the development of guillain‐barré syndrome
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 1998-11-01)
Identification of novel chicken estrogen receptor- messenger ribonucleic acid isoforms generated by alternative splicing and promoter usage
(The Endocrine Society, 1998-11-01)
Using the rapid amplification of complementary DNA ends (RACE) methodology we have identified three new chicken estrogen receptor-ol (cER alpha) messenger RNA (mRNA) variants in addition to the previously described form ...
Plankton distributions in relation to physical oceanographic features on the southern malin shelf, august 1996
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 1998-12-01)
The distribution of plankton in relation to physical oceanographic features on the southern Malin Shelf and in the North Channel of the Irish Sea was investigated during August 1996. The near surface 13.5 degrees C isotherm ...
Steric control of reactivity: formation of oximes, benzodiazepinone n-oxides and isoxazoloquinolinones
(Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 1998-01-01)
Reaction of the alkenyl carbonyl compounds 1 with hydroxylamine can lead to the formation of the oximes 2, the benzodiazepinone N-oxides 3 or the isoxazoloquinolinones 5. The product(s) of reaction are shown to depend on ...
Lymphocytic gastritis and coeliac disease: evidence of a positive association
Aims-To investigate the prevalence of lymphocytic gastritis in patients with coeliac disease. Methods-Gastric biopsies from 70 patients with coeliac disease were examined by light microscopy for the presence of lymphocytic ...
A velocity–acceleration inequality for steady continuum flow
(Elsevier BV, 1998-05-01)
Asymptotic and other properties of a nonlinear diffusion model
(Elsevier BV, 1998-12-01)
Enhancement of estrogen receptor transcriptional activity by the coactivator grip-1 highlights the role of activation function 2 in determining estrogen receptor pharmacology
(American Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (ASBMB), 1998-03-20)
The human estrogen receptor (ER) contains two major activation functions (AFs) responsible for its transcriptional activity. One of these, activation function 2 (AF-2), located within the hormone-binding domain (HBD), has ...
104 antibody affinity and the of detection limit of solid-phase enzyme immunoassay
(Portland Press Ltd., 1998-02-01)
Peptide metabolism in cytoplasm of brain cells
(Portland Press Ltd., 1998-08-01)