Matthew Utterback

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The “Asian Crisis” of 1997-98 affected all the “emerging markets” open to capital flows. Measures of corporate governance, particularly the effectiveness of protection for minority shareholders, explain the extent of depreciation and stock market decline better than do standard macroeconomic measures. A possible explanation is that in countries with weak(More)
Monoamine oxidase (MAO), an important enzyme for the degradation of amine neurotransmitters, has been implicated in neuropsychiatric illness. The amino acid sequence for one form of the enzyme, MAO-A, has been deduced from human cDNA clones and verified against proteolytic peptides. The covalent binding site for the flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD)(More)
An essentially full-length cDNA clone for the human enzyme monoamine oxidase type A (MAO-A) has been used to determine the chromosomal location of a gene encoding it. This enzyme is important in the degradative metabolism of biogenic amines throughout the body and is located in the outer mitochondrial membrane of many cell types. Southern blot analysis of(More)
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