K. Scherrer and F. Bey, The Prosomes (Multicatalytic Proteinases; Proteasomes) and Their Relationship to the Untranslated Messenger Ribonucleoproteins, the Cytoskeleton, and Cell Differentiation.
S.S. Smith, Biological Implications of the Mechanism of Action of Human DNA (Cytosine-5) methyltransfrase.
C.M. Fraser, N.H. Lee, S.M. Pellegrino, and A.R. Kerlavage, Molecular Properties and Regulation of G-Protein-Coupled Receptors.
J.A. Garcia and R.B. Gaynor, The Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type-1 Long Terminal Repeat and Its Role in Gene Expression.
D.C. Eichler and N. Craig, Processing of Eukaryotic Ribosomal RNA.
O. Bârzu and A. Danchin, Adenylyl Cyclases: A Heterogeneous Class of ATP-Utilizing Enzymes.
K. Khrapko, P. André, R. Cha, G. Hu, and W.G. Thilly, Mutational Spectroscopy: Means and Ends.
S.A. Kane and S.M. Hecht, Polynucleotide Recognition and Degradation by Bleomycin.
S.R. Campion and S.K. Niyogi, Interaction of Epidermal Growth factor with Its Receptor. Index.
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