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Building Biologically Active Nucleic Acid Nanocomplexes

Retinoyl β-Glucuronide: a Biologically Active Form of Vitamin a

Screening for biologically active metabolites with endosymbiotic bacilli isolated from arthropods

DNA Display of Biologically Active Proteins for In Vitro Protein Selection

PASS: prediction of activity spectra for biologically active substances

Biologically active molecules that reduce polyglutamine aggregation and toxicity

Dynamic properties of biologically active synthetic heparin-like hexasaccharides

A novel strategy to generate biologically active neo-glycosaminoglycan conjugates

Preparation and application of biologically active fluorescent hyaluronan oligosaccharides

Biologically active peptides in acute renal failure: recent clinical trials.

Construction of ribonucleopeptide-based fluorescent sensors for biologically active amines

Cardiac capillary cells release biologically active nitric oxide at an early stage of in vitro development

Marine Pseudoalteromonas species are associated with higher organisms and produce biologically active extracellular agents

Production of biological active murine IFN-γ by recombinant Lactococcus lactis

Purification of a biologically active recombinant glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase from Candida albicans

Preparative-Scale Chromatography of Ecdysteroids: A Class of Biologically Active Steroids

Production of a Biologically Active Epidermal Growth Factor Fusion Protein with High Collagen Affinity

Prediction of the biologically active sites in eclosion hormone from the silkworm, Bombyx mori.

 

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