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  1. Molecular motors in axonal transport. Cellular and molecular biology of kinesin.

    Molecular Neurobiology 6(2-3):137 (1992) PMID 1282328

    Neurons require a large amount of intracellular transport. Cytoplasmic polypeptides and membrane-bounded organelles move from the perikaryon, down the length of the axon, and to the synaptic terminals. This movement occurs at distinct rates and is termed axonal transport. Axonal transport is divided...
  2. An electrophoretic study of the thermal- and reductant-dependent aggregation of the 27 kDa component of ammonia monooxygenase from Nitros...

    Electrophoresis 14(1):619 (2005)

  3. The NF kappa B heterodimer/homodimer balance and IL-1-stimulated IL-2 production in murine T lymphocytes.

    BioFactors 5(4):169 (1995) PMID 9084874

    I receptor. In D10N cells, however, the p50/p50 homodimer is present in large amounts in unstimulated cells, whereas the heterodimers were only activated by IL-1-treatment. In contrast, only marginal amounts of the p50/p50 homodimer were found in EL4 6.1. cells, but a strong activation of heterodime...
  4. Absorption of macromolecules by neonatal intestine. FAU - Lecce, J G

    Biologia neonatorum. Neo-natal studies 9(1):50 (1965) PMID 4162787

  5. A glycine250--> aspartate substitution in the alpha-subunit of hexosaminidase A causes juvenile-onset Tay-Sachs disease in a Lebanese-Canadi...

    Human Mutation 1(1):35 (1992) PMID 1301189

    The mutation causing juvenile Tay-Sachs disease (TSD) in two sibs of Lebanese-Maronite origin is described. An mRNA-containing extract of cultured fibroblasts obtained from one of the probands was used as a template to amplify the coding sequence of the hexosaminidase A (Hex A) alpha-subunit. Sequen...
  6. Adsorption Kinetics of Amphiphilic Diblock Copolymers: From Kinetically Frozen Colloids to Macrosurfactants

    Langmuir 25(2):781 (2009) PMID 19177645

    We investigated the spontaneous adsorption properties of charged amphiphilic diblock copolymers on hydrophobic surfaces and explained the transition of behavior from depleting frozen colloids (that do not adsorb at all) to fast adsorbing macrosurfactants when the hydrophobicity of the nonsoluble blo...
  7. Dendrimer construction and macromolecular property modification via combinatorial methods.

    Biotechnology and Bioengineering 61(4):243 (1998) PMID 10494073

    The design and utility of a family of isocyanate functionalized branched monomers, as well as others, are described. Use of these monomers in logical combinations for the construction of branched architectures leads to the formation of unique, asymmetric dendritic species possessing multiple functio...
  8. Interferons and growth factors viewed as two families of hormones with opposing actions. FAU - Inglot, A D

    Texas reports on biology and medicine 41:402 (1981) PMID 6184831

  9. Early studies of native ribonuclease P, including discovery of its essential RNA component.

    Molecular Biology Reports 22(2-3):95 (1995) PMID 8901494

    Early work on E. coli ribonuclease P led to the detailed characterization of the native enzyme, which culminated in the discovery and initial characterization of M1 RNA and the demonstration that E. coli RNase P contains an essential RNA component.
  10. NF-kappa B site-mediated negative regulation of the HIV-1 promoter by CCAAT/enhancer binding proteins in brain-derived cells.

    Journal of Molecular Neuroscience 5(4):241 (1994) PMID 7577367

    We have identified two sequence motifs in the U3 region of the LTR that are similar to the consensus 9-bp DNA-binding element of the CCAAT/enhancer-binding protein (C/EBP) family of transcription factors. One of the sequences (promoter-proximal) mapped immediately upstream of the NF-kappa B element,...