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    [alpha]A-crystallin derived peptide, [alpha]A66-80 induced aggregation and precipitation of soluble [alpha]-crystallin : a contribution to age-related cataract formation
    Amyloid beta induces cPLA2 activation by an NADPH oxidase-dependent mechanism in neurons
    Amyloid-beta toxicity in neurons and potential botanical compounds for prevention of Alzheimer's disease
    The anatomical effect of certain drugs on the purkinje cells of the cerebellum
    Bacteriophage display selections of ovarian cancer avid peptides
    Characterization and functional analysis of the P2Y₂R gene promoter
    Characterization and functional significance of Msc2p & Zrg17p, which form a zinc transport complex in the endoplasmic reticulum of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
    Characterization of Membrane-associated SecA
    Characterization of peptides and phage that bind galectin-3 selected from bacteriophage display libraries: a study of the role of galectin-3 in metastasis-associated cancer cell adhesion
    Characterization of PGAM5
    Characterization of SF-hERR[beta] repression of human estrogen receptor alpha and estrogen receptor-beta transcriptional activities
    Characterization of the 14-3-3 client protein interactome from developing arabidopsis seed and regulation by protein phosphorylation
    Comparison of standard treatments of breast cancer with new experimental treatments targeting caveolin-1
    The copper ATPases : intracellular trafficking and nervous system function
    Crystal structure of the kelch domain of human keap1
    A custom oligonucleotide microarray analysis as a tool for dissecting soybean-bradyrhizobium japonicum nodule senescence
    Derivation and characterization of LIF and FGF2 dependent Porcine Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells [abstract]
    Development and characterization of fluorescent dye-doped nanoparticles with enhanced fluorescence intensity and photostability [abstract]
    Discovery of epitopes governing MMP-12 specificity for fibrillar substrates: BINDSIght, a method for determining specific sites of substrate surface interactions