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R.H. Shafer, Stability and Structure of Model DNA Triplexes and Quadruplexes and Their Interactions with Small Ligands.
C.V.C. Glover III, On the Physiological Role of Casein Kinase II in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
W.L. McKeehan, F. Wang, and M. Kan, The Heparan Sulfate-Fibroblast Growth Factor Family: Diversity of Structure and Function.
K.H. Nierhaus, H.B. Stuhrmann, and D. Svergun, The Ribosomal Elongation Cycle and the Movement of tRNAs Across the Ribosome.
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M. Ohno, R. Ménez, T. Ogawa, J.M. Danse, Y. Shimoshigashi, C. Fromen, F. Duncancel, S. Zinn-Justin, M.H. Le Du, J-C. Boulain, T. Tamiya, and A. Ménez, Molecular Evolution of Snake Toxins: Is the Functional Diversity of Snake Toxins Associated with a Mechanism of Accelerated Evolution? Chapter References. Index.
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- 9th December 1997
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