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Pharmacological properties of recombinant human N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors comprising NR1a/NR2A and NR1a/NR2B subunit assemblies expressed in permanently transfected mouse fibroblast cells.
The pharmacological properties of two recombinant human N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor subtypes, comprising either NR1a/NR2A or NR1a/NR2B subunits permanently transfected into mouse L(tk-)Expand
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Fluorescence and oxygen evolution from Chlorella pyrenoidosa.
Abstract The process of photosynthetic energy conversion in Chlorella pyrenoidosa was investigated by simultaneous measurement of transient and steady-state rates of O2 evolution and fluorescence. 1.Expand
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Light Harvesting in Anacystis nidulans Studied in Pigment Mutants.
Spontaneous pigment mutants of Anacystis nidulans were self-selected for improved growth in far red light (> 650 nanometers). Questions were asked about those features of the light-harvestingExpand
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ON PIGMENTS, GROWTH, AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF PHAEODACTYLUM TRICORNUTUM 1 2
A maximum growth rate with doubling time of 18 hr at 18 C could be maintained. Continuous cultures at about half maximum growth rate provided cells for study of pigments and photosynthesis. The lightExpand
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Enhancement Studies in Photosynthesis
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A high-temperature strain of Chlorella.
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Photosynthetic Production of Hydrogen Peroxide by Anacystis nidulans.
A sensitive assay based upon fluorescence of scopoletin allowed continuous recording of H(2)O(2) production in illuminated intact cells of Anacytis nidulans. Onset of illumination was followed by a 5Expand
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ON THE MASS CULTURE OF ALGAE.
Of the considerable body of literature variously concerned with the culture of algae there is relatively little work directed toward the particular problem of mass culture. Von Witsch (10, 11) grewExpand
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The Metabolism of Acetate by the Blue-green Algae , Anabaena variabilis and Anacystis nidulans
The utilization of acetate by blue-green algae was examined and the activities of enzymes involved in its metabolism measured. Although acetate did not stimulate the endogenous respiration of theseExpand
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TIME COURSE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND FLUORESCENCE.
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