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36 S.P. to B. St. Michel

P-36CEREBELLAR HYPERMETABOLISM IN ALCOHOLIC PATIENTS EARLY IN ABSTINENCE

P.3.6 Acute and chronic electrical characteristics of atrial leads: A data registry

CHD5, a Tumor Suppressor Gene Deleted From 1p36.31 in Neuroblastomas

Evaluation of 1p36 markers and clinical outcome in a skull base chordoma study

Stable interaction of the cargo receptor VIP36 with molecular chaperone BiP

P007. IL-36 α expression is elevated in ulcerative colitis and promotes colonic inflammation

The Gene for Schnyder's Crystalline Corneal Dystrophy Maps to Human Chromosome 1p34.1–p36

P-36A NEW ANIMAL MODEL TO INVESTIGATE THE SPECIFIC ROLE OF THE CONDITIONING EFFECTS OF NICOTINE

Optical observations of 23 distant Jupiter Family Comets, including 36P/Whipple at multiple phase angles*

PP2 and piceatannol inhibit PrP106–126-induced iNOS activation mediated by CD36 in BV2 microglia

Cryogenic 36–45 GHz InP Low-Noise Amplifier MMIC's with Improved Noise Temperature by Eliminating Parasitic Parallel-Plate Modes

P150GLP-1 (7-36) prevents palmitate-induced oxidative stress in HL-1 cardiomyocytes

The Primary open-angle glaucoma gene WDR36 functions in ribosomal RNA processing and interacts with the p53 stress–response pathway

Development of a comparative genomic hybridization microarray and demonstration of its utility with 25 well-characterized 1p36 deletions

Monosomy 1p36 breakpoint junctions suggest pre-meiotic breakage–fusion–bridge cycles are involved in generating terminal deletions

Linkage and linkage disequilibrium in chromosome band 1p36 in American Chaldeans with inflammatory bowel disease

A Human Modifier of Methylation for Class I HLA Genes (Memo-1) Maps to Chromosomal Bands 1p35–36.1

 

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1. A subunit of eukaryotic initiation factor 3.

2. One of a family of secreted mycobacterial proteins; P36 (exported repetitive protein, Erp) of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, associated with virulence.

3. A sperm antigen identified by antibodies eluted from the spermatozoa of infertile men.

4. See endonexins.

5. See BAG family (BAG-1).

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