P particle

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P particle

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Study of Effective Interaction from Single Particle Transfer Reactions with f-p Shell Nuclei

p53 gene mutation analysis in tumors of patients exposed to alpha-particles.

P6435Omic and functional approaches reveal a deleterious impact of hypercholesterolemia in HDL particle remodelling

Immunization with Recombinant p17/p24:Ty Virus-like Particles in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Persons

Horizontal layered structure with heterogeneity beneath continents and island arcs from particle orbits of long-period P waves

Identification of a P2-related prophage remnant locus of Photorhabdus luminescens encoding an R-type phage tail-like particle

RNA-binding Domain of the Key Structural Protein P7 for the Rice dwarf virus Particle Assembly

pH and Temperature Dependence of Tyrosine Z¨ Decay Kinetics in Tris-Treated PSII Particles Studied by Time-Resolved EPR

Radon and lung carcinogenesis: mutability of p53 codons 249 and 250 to 238Pu alpha-particles in human bronchial epithelial cells.

The p80 homology region of TEP1 is sufficient for its association with the telomerase and vault RNAs, and the vault particle

Utp23p is required for dissociation of snR30 small nucleolar RNP from preribosomal particles

Xp54, the Xenopus Homologue of Human RNA Helicase p54, is an Integral Component of Stored mRNP Particles in Oocytes

Alpha particle and proton relative thermoluminescence efficiencies in LiF:Mg,Cu,P:is track structure theory up to the task?

Modelling the polarization properties of Comet 1P/Halley using a mixture of compact and aggregate particles

P1503A one-year intervention combining weight loss and exercise increases the proportion of lipoprotein constituted by HDL and HDL particle size

P1504Discordant low-density lipoprotein particle number versus low-density lipoprotein cholesterol is associated with increased C-reactive protein and poorer outcomes


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A liberated, mature kappa particle.

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