Claire Middleton

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Gadusol, C8H12O6, has been isolated from roes of the cod (Gadus morhua L.), i.e., ovaries that contain ripe eggs just before spawning. The concentration is about 4 g/kg dry wt. It has been identified(More)
A bone-inductive protein, osteogenin, has been isolated from long bones of humans and offers promise as a grafting material. Studies, however, suggest that osteogenin must be combined with a(More)
In the absence of a high-resolution diffraction structure, the orientation and conformation of the protonated Schiffs base retinylidinium chromophore of rhodopsin within the opsin matrix has been the(More)