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Biomolecular Concepts Volume 5, Issue 2
Epigenetic regulations through DNA methylation and hydroxymethylation: clues for early pregnancy in decidualization
Gao, Fei / Das, Sanjoy K.
The structure, molecular interactions and bioactivities of proinsulin C-peptide correlate with a tripartite molecule
Landreh, Michael / Johansson, Jan / Wahren, John / Jörnvall, Hans
The role of protein-derived free radicals as intermediaries of oxidative processes
López-Alarcón, Camilo / Arenas, Andrea / Lissi, Eduardo / Silva, Eduardo
Fliposomes: stimuli-triggered conformational flip of novel amphiphiles causes an instant cargo release from liposomes
Samoshin, Vyacheslav V.
Endocytosis and the Src family of non-receptor tyrosine kinases
Reinecke, James / Caplan, Steve
Control of cellular motility by neuropilin-mediated physical interactions
Li, Xiaobo / Parker, Matthew W. / Kooi, Craig W. Vander
CXCL14 antagonizes the CXCL12-CXCR4 signaling axis
Hara, Takahiko / Tanegashima, Kosuke
Novel clathrin activity: developments in health and disease
Ybe, Joel A.
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