Stacy A Reeves

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The rate of electron transfer through multicomponent redox systems is often monitored by following the absorbance change due to the oxidation of the upstream pyridine nucleotide electron donor (NADPH or NADH) that initiates the process. Such coupled assay systems are powerful, but because of problems regarding the rate-limiting step, they sometimes limit(More)
In experiments to identify molecules that might be important in the pathogenesis of glioblastoma multiforme, the most common malignant brain tumor, we found that annexin II (Lipocortin 2, p36), a likely second messenger in several different mitogenic pathways, was highly expressed in tumor tissue of glioblastoma multiforme (9 of 9) and highly anaplastic(More)
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