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1 October 1986
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DNA amplification in multidrug, cross-resistant Chinese hamster ovary cells: molecular characterization and cytogenetic localization of the amplified DNA.
Isolated secretion granules from parotid glands of chronically stimulated rats possess an alkaline internal pH and inward-directed H+ pump activity.
Secretion of a malarial histidine-rich protein (Pf HRP II) from Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes.
ATP keeps exocytosis sites in a primed state but is not required for membrane fusion: an analysis with Paramecium cells in vivo and in vitro.
Epidermal growth factor (EGF) promotes phosphorylation at threonine-654 of the EGF receptor: possible role of protein kinase C in homologous regulation of the EGF receptor.
A monoclonal antibody that blocks the activity of a neurite regeneration-promoting factor: studies on the binding site and its localization in vivo.
Degradation rates of acetylcholine receptors can be modified in the postjunctional plasma membrane of the vertebrate neuromuscular junction.
Plasminogen activator in mammalian skeletal muscle: characteristics of effect of denervation on urokinase-like and tissue activator.
Expression of muscle-gene-specific isozymes of phosphorylase and creatine kinase in innervated cultured human muscle.
Cell surface modulation of the neural cell adhesion molecule resulting from alternative mRNA splicing in a tissue-specific developmental sequence.
Studies on proteins that co-purify with smooth muscle vinculin: identification of immunologically related species in focal adhesions of nonmuscle and Z-lines of muscle cells.
Regulation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in sea urchin eggs by reversible association with cell structural elements.
Monoclonal antibodies binding to the tail of Dictyostelium discoideum myosin: their effects on antiparallel and parallel assembly and actin-activated ATPase activity.
Biochemical and immunohistochemical evidence that in cartilage an alkaline phosphatase is a Ca2+-binding glycoprotein.
B de Bernard,P Bianco,E Bonucci,M Costantini,G C Lunazzi,P Martinuzzi,C Modricky,L Moro,E Panfili,P Pollesello
EvolutionThe evolution of the cytoskeleton