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K complex n.

K complex n.

Characterization of novel and complex genomic aberrations in glioblastoma using a 32K BAC array

Crystal structure of peroxiredoxin from Aeropyrum pernix K1 complexed with its substrate, hydrogen peroxide

Na/K-ATPase/src complex mediates regulation of CD40 in renal parenchyma

Regulation of histone H3K4 tri-methylation and PAF complex recruitment by the Ccr4-Not complex

Outer membranes of a lipopolysaccharide-protein complex (LPS-17 kDa protein) as chemical tularemia vaccines

XMM–Newton and Suzaku analysis of the Fe K complex in the type 1 Seyfert galaxy Mrk 509

Nucleotides and Mg2+ Ions Differentially Regulate K+ Channels and Non-Selective Cation Channels Present in Cells Forming the Stomatal Complex

The Suzaku Observation of NGC3516: Complex Absorption and the Broad and Narrow FeK Lines

Molecular Characterisation of the 76 kDa Iron-Sulphur Protein Subunit of Potato Mitochondrial Complex I

Role of the Conserved Cysteine Residues of the 11.5 kDa Subunit in Complex I Catalytic Properties

The 3.4-kDa Ost4 protein is required for the assembly of two distinct oligosaccharyltransferase complexes in yeast

Ovarian carcinoma CDK12 mutations misregulate expression of DNA repair genes via deficient formation and function of the Cdk12/CycK complex

π Protein‐ and ATP‐dependent transitions from ‘closed’ to ‘open’ complexes at the γ ori of plasmid R6K

ASCA observations of the iron K complex of Circinus X-1 near zero phase: spectral evidence for partial covering

FK228 induces mitotic catastrophe in A549 cells by mistargeting chromosomal passenger complex localization through changing centromeric H3K9 hypoacetylation

Application of a coupled-channel complex scaling method with Feshbach projection to the K–pp system

DIPG-10. THE ONCOGENIC ROLE OF THE SUPER ELONGATION COMPLEX IN H3K27M-MUTANT DIFFUSE MIDLINE GLIOMAS

 

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