Alexandra Taylor

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In 1985, when recombinant DNA technology was still in its infancy, James Travis at the University of Georgia and colleagues developed a nonoxidizable form of a protein critical for preventing emphysema. Emphysema is an obstructive lung disease caused by progressive destruction of the lung tissue. The researchers synthesized the natural and variant forms of(More)
It is now well established that the metabolism of glycogen in the l iver p roceeds h y d r o l y t i c a l l y through the lysosomal compar tment (Geddes & Taylor, 1985; Geddes et al .~ 1983; Geddes & Stratton~ 1977a,b; LCillman-Rauch 1981, 1982; Knecht & Hernandez, 1978; Brown et al., 1978; Rybicka, 1981) as well as through the well-established s y n t h e(More)
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