# Browse Dept. of Biochemistry by Title

• (1979)

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• (1980)
The estrogen induced synthesis of vitellogenin in male Xenopus laevis is a unique system in which to study the molecular mechanism of hormone action on gene expression. Following administration of estradiol-17 to male ...

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• (1981)
We have developed the methodology to systematically alter the phospholipid and fatty acid composition of the cellular membranes in chicken embryo fibroblasts. We have used this technique to study the effect of lipid ...

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• (1980)
The maintenance of a fluid phospholipid bilayer is important for a number of membrane associated functions. The fluidity of the bilayer is determined by the lipid composition. The lipid composition can be described in terms ...

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• (1988)
Discoidal-reconstructed high density lipoproteins (rHDL) were used to study the effect of HDL substrates on phosphatidylcholine (PC) transfer by human plasma phospholipid transfer protein (PLTP) by changing the composition ...

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• (1982)
The effect of the modification of the phospholipid composition on the enzymatic activity of D-beta-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase (BDH) was examined. Phospholipase D was used to increase the acidic phospholipid composition. ...

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• (1973)

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• (1976)

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• (1991)
Smooth muscle cells (SMCs) comprise the bulk of the tunica media of all blood vessels. Upon injury to the overlying endothelial monolayer of blood vessels, SMCs proliferate into the lumen of the vessel and cause dangerous ...

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• (1974)

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• (1971)

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• (2010-05-19)
The cytochrome bc1 complex of Rhodobacter sphaeroides in wild-type and several strains mutated at the conserved -PEWY- glutamate residue (E272 in chicken, E295 in R. sphaeoroides) were characterized in situ to determine ...

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• (1995)
Yeast are highly genetically manipulatable organisms which have been used successfully as model systems to determine many of the components involved in cell processes such as cell cycle control and secretion. One of the ...

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• (1989)
Catalase (M. luteus) and bromoperoxidase (P. capitatus) are hemeproteins which are members of a broad family of enzymes known as hydroperoxidases. These enzymes are characterized by their ability to oxidize suitable ...

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• (1975)

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• (2015-01-21)
All nucleated cells display a sampling of their protein contents in the form of short 9-10 amino acid peptides bound to a product of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) on the cell surface. This class of MHC-restricted ...

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• (2011-01-21)
The alpha-beta T cell receptor (TCR) is responsible for mediating T cell recognition of self and non-self tissues, through recognition between a complex of a peptide and a product of the major histocompatibility complex ...

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• (2013-08-22)
In the post-genome era, one of the most important topics of research is to edit or program genomic sequences and to generate desired phenotypes. Although virus-based strategies have long been developed to for efficient ...

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• (2012-09-18)
Normal miRNA production is essential for regulating protein expression and cellular fate. Misregulation of miRNA production is emerging as a key factor in the development of many disease states, including most forms cancer. ...

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• (1990)
Cytochrome P-450$\sb{\rm cam}$, a camphor monoxygenase from Pseudomonas putida, has served as a model system for the entire family of the P-450s in exploring structure-function relationships, molecular recognition, substrate ...

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