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Cross-contamination of cells in culture.
Lists are presented of references to all known publications describing cell properties that serve to characterize (i) known strains of HeLa and purported human cell lines indicated as HeLaExpand
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Disruptive Behaviour in School, Personality Characteristics and Heart Rate (HR) Levels in 7- to 9-year-old Boys
Abstract Disruptive behaviour, as assessed by teachers, is reported as being consistently related to low base heart rates and low reactivity to mild stress. To date, most investigations have usedExpand
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Effects of Actinomycin D on Memory and Brain RNA Synthesis in an Appetitive Learning Task
CURRENT selectional models of learning and memory1–3 suggest that messenger RNA (mRNA) is implicated in biochemical processes in the brain which mediate long term memory. The role assigned to mRNA inExpand
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The effect of TCAP on acquisition of discrimination learning in the rat
The effect of TCAP, a compound which increases CNS, RNA and protein availability, on rat Ss acquisition of a visual discrimination T maze situation was studied. Acute administration of 20 mg/kg TCAPExpand
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Effects of Acetoxycycloheximide on Appetitive Learning and Memory
  • D. Daniels
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 February 1972
The effects of direct brain infusions of acetoxycycloheximide (an inhibitor of protein synthesis; ACXH) on acquisition, storage and recall of memory for one-trial appetitive learning were examined inExpand
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Activation of Avena coleoptile cell wall glycosidases by hydrogen ions and auxin.
Several cell wall-bound glycosidases present in Avena sativa coleoptiles were assayed by following the hydrolysis of p-nitrophenyl-glycosides. Particular emphasis was placed on characterizing someExpand
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Promoter mutations affecting divergent transcription in the Tn10 tetracycline resistance determinant.
The tetracycline resistance determinant in transposon Tn10 consists of two genes, the tetA resistance gene and the tetR repressor gene, that are transcribed from divergent overlapping promoters. WeExpand
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Physiological and Cytological Similarities between Disease Resistance and Cellular Incompatibility Responses.
Excised pea pods responded similarly to both the invasion of plant pathogenic fungi and the presence of bean tissue, bean pollen, and mouse tumor cells by synthesizing pisatin and by developing aExpand
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