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Modulation of native chondroitin sulphate structure in tissue development and in disease
Assessing the differentiation state of cultured bovine urothelial cells: elevated synthesis of stratification-related K5 and K6 keratins and persistent expression of uroplakin I
Ehrlich ascites tumour cells show tissue-specific adherence and modify their shape upon contact with embryonic fibroblasts and myotubes
Selective internalization of the apical plasma membrane and rapid redistribution of lysosomal enzymes and mannose 6-phosphate receptors during osteoclast inactivation by calcitonin
Senescent human diploid fibroblasts are able to support DNA synthesis and to express markers associated with proliferation
Transport of L-tyrosine by B16/F10 melanoma cells: the effect of the intracellular content of other amino acids
Structure of a Plasmodium yoelii gene-encoded protein homologous to the Ca2+-ATPase of rabbit skeletal muscle sarcoplasmic reticulum
The influenza resistance murine Mx1 gene is constitutively expressed in the epithelia of the gastrointestinal, respiratory and uterine tracts
Mitochondrial growth and DNA synthesis occur in the absence of nuclear DNA replication in fission yeast
Saccharomyces cerevisiae mutants lacking a functional vacuole are defective for aspects of the pheromone response
A role for preprophase bands of microtubules in maturation of new cell walls, and a general proposal on the function of preprophase band sites in cell division in higher plants
Identification of proteins associated with microtubule-organizing centres and filaments in the oral apparatus of the ciliate Paramecium tetraurelia
The three-dimensional arrangement of chromosomes at meiotic metaphase I in normal and interchange heterozygotes of Briza humilis
Selective digestion of nuclear envelopes from Xenopus oocyte germinal vesicles: possible structural role for the nuclear lamina
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