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Organizational impact of workaholism: suggestions for researching the negative outcomes of excessive work.
  • G. Porter
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of occupational health psychology
  • 1996
Excessive work can be viewed as an addictive behavior, and, as such, it will have a negative impact on the setting in which it occurs, as well as on the individual. This change in perspective isExpand
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Dystrophin colocalizes with beta-spectrin in distinct subsarcolemmal domains in mammalian skeletal muscle
Duchenne's muscular dystrophy (DMD) is caused by the absence or drastic decrease of the structural protein, dystrophin, and is characterized by sarcolemmal lesions in skeletal muscle due to theExpand
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CHARACTERISATION OF TRIPLET STATES IN ISOLATED PHOTOSYSTEM II REACTION CENTRES : OXYGEN QUENCHING AS A MECHANISM FOR PHOTODAMAGE
Abstract Transient absorption spectroscopy has been used to study the isolated D1/D2/cytochrome b-559 reaction centre complex at 4°C. The D1/D2 reaction centre is observed to have an increasedExpand
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Picosecond rotational diffusion in kinetic and steady state fluorescence spectroscopy
Abstract The rotational diffusion time constants of tetrachlorotetraiodofluorescein in a series of low viscosity, hydrogen bonding solvents have been determined by picosecond time-reseolvedExpand
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Cause and effect
change over time or prior biological knowledge has been used to order the data. A Correspondence by Maathuis and colleagues published in this issue (p. 247), in contrast, explores the notion that itExpand
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Progress in reaction kinetics
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Dystrophin Colocalizes with-Spectrin in Distinct Subsarcolemmal Domains in Mammalian Skeletal Muscle
Duchenne's muscular dystrophy (DMD) is caused by the absence or drastic decrease of the structural protein, dystrophin, and is characterized by sarcolemmal lesions in skeletal muscle due to theExpand
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Redox potentials of cytochrome b-559 in the D1/D2/cytochrome b-559 reaction centre of Photosystem II
Abstract Redox titrations of a stable form of the Photosystem II (PS II) reaction centre, isolated from peas, have detected three redox forms of cytochrome b-559: a high-potential form (+ 430 mV), anExpand
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Comparison of the Dl/D2/cytochrome b559 reaction centre complex of photosystem two isolated by two different methods
Photosystem 2 reaction centre complexes prepared either by solubilisation with Triton X‐100 and subsequent exchange into dodecyl maltoside or by a procedure involving a combination of dodecylExpand
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Concentration quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence in bilayer lipid vesicles and liposomes
Abstract The fluorescence yields and lifetimes of chlorophyll-a-in lipid liposomes and vesicles have been measured in an attempt to understand the light harvesting mechanism of photosynthesis.Expand
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