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Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology
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Methods of Biochemical Analysis
methods of biochemical analysis What to say and what to do when mostly your friends love reading? Are you the one that don't have such hobby? So, it's important for you to start having that hobby.Expand
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THE PENETRATION OF VESICANT VAPORS INTO HUMAN SKIN
Analytical methods which are accurate to about 1 per cent have been developed for the determination of small amounts (ca. 500 γ) of bis(β-chloroethyl)-sulfide (H), ethyl-bis(β-chloroethyl)amineExpand
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Some Reactions of N-Ethylmaleimide1
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The Collected Papers of Paul Ehrlich
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  • Computer Science
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 June 1957
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This important volume is the first of four; the second will deal with immunology and cancer, the third with his studies in chemotherapy, and the fourth, in addition to a bibliography and indexes, will contain tributes by Ehrlich to his teachers, supporters, and colleagues. Expand
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Studies on the specificity of pepsin.
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A NEW TYPE OF ENZYME IN THE INTESTINAL TRACT.
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The mechanism of the catalytic action of pepsin and related acid proteinases.
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  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Advances in enzymology and related areas of…
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The comparative specificity of acid proteinases.
Examination of the kinetic parameters for the hydrolysis, by acid proteinases, of a single peptide bond (between p-nitro-L-phenylalanyl and L-phenylalanyl) in a series of oligopeptides has shown thatExpand
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The Frog. Its Reproduction and Development
Euler, in addition to Dr. Gaddum, and there are addended commentaries by John Welsh, Andrew Wilson, and Maurice Tainter. Altogether this is a very useful and stimulating section. Walter R. Miles ofExpand
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