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Eagles, H.A.; Lothrop, J.E. 1994: Highland maize from central Mexico: Its origin, characteristics, and use in breeding programs. Crop Science 34(1): 11-19
Quigley, T.M.; Cole, H.B.gler 1997: Highlighted scientific findings of the Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PNW 1997(404): I-X, 1-34
Fujii, T.; Ito, N. 1996: Highlights from 43 years of chemistry of naturally occurring nitrogen-containing heterocycles. (2). Syntheses and reactions of purines and of their nucleosides. Yakugaku Zasshi: Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan 116(5): 355-373
Genovese, A.; Spadaro, G. 1997: Highlights in cardiovascular effects of histamine and H1-receptor antagonists. Allergy 52(34 Suppl): 67-78
Mcvey, J.P. 1996: Highlights of aquaculture research in the National Sea Grant Program. Bulletin of National Research Institute of Aquaculture 1996(Suppl 2): 89-93
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Han, J. 1993: Highlights of the cancer chemoprevention studies in China. Preventive Medicine 22(5): 712-722
Smart, C.R. 1994: Highlights of the evidence of benefit for women aged 40-49 years from the 14-year follow-up of the Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project. Cancer 74(1 Suppl): 296-300
Felip, M.; Sattler, B.; Psenner, R.; Catalan, J. 1995: Highly active microbial communities in the ice and snow cover of high mountain lakes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61(6): 2394-2401
Kim, S.Y.; Chung, S.I.; Steinert, P.M. 1995: Highly active soluble processed forms of the transglutaminase 1 enzyme in epidermal keratinocytes. Journal of Biological Chemistry 270(30): 18026-18035
Ma, J.; Zhao, J. 1994: Highly cooperative and hysteretic response of the skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor to changes in proton concentrations. Biophysical Journal 67(2): 626-633
Chu, T.H.; Martinez, I.; Olson, P.; Dornburg, R. 1995: Highly efficient eukaryotic gene expression vectors for peptide secretion. Biotechniques 18(5): 890
Owada, K.; Wasada, T.; Miyazono, Y.; Yoshino, H.; Hasumi, S.; Kuroki, H.; Yano, K.; Maruyama, A.; Kawai, K.; Omori, Y. 1995: Highly increased insulin secretion in a patient with postprandial hypoglycemia: role of glucagon-like peptide-1 (7-36) amide. Endocrine Journal 42(2): 147-151
Boxberger, H.J.; Sessler, M.J.; Maetzel, B.; Mosleh, I.M.; Becker, H.D.; Meyer, T.F. 1994: Highly polarized primary urothelial cells from human ureter grown as spheroid-like vesicles. Epithelial Cell Biology 3(3): 85-95
Suehiro, M.; Scheffel, U.A.; Ravert, H.T.; Ricaurte, G.A.; Hatzidimitriou, G.; Dannals, R.F.; Bøgesø, K.P.; Wagner, H.N. 1994: Highly Potent Indanamine Serotonin Uptake Blockers as Radiotracers for Imaging Serotonin Uptake Sites. Nuclear Medicine and Biology 21(8): 1083-1091
Ferrara, J.; McCuaig, K.; Hendy, G.N.; Uskokovic, M.; White, J.H. 1994: Highly potent transcriptional activation by 16-ene derivatives of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3. Lack of modulation by 9-cis-retinoic acid of response to 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 or its derivatives. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(4): 2971-2981
Horner, J., H.; Johnson, C., C.; Lai, M.-Tain; Liu, H.-Wen; Martin-Esker, A., A.; Newcomb, M.; Oh, E. 1994: Highly Regioselective and Rapid Ring Opening of the (Methylenecyclopropyl)methyl Radical. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 4(22): 2693-2696
Matsuo, M.; Yokogawa, T.; Nishikawa, K.; Watanabe, K.; Okada, N. 1995: Highly specific and efficient cleavage of squid tRNA(Lys) catalyzed by magnesium ions. Journal of Biological Chemistry 270(17): 10097-10104
Hilz, M.J.; Kolodny, E.H.; Neuner, I.; Stemper, B.; Axelrod, F.B. 1998: Highly abnormal thermotests in familial dysautonomia suggest increased cardiac autonomic risk. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 65(3): 338-343
Ferrando, S.; van Gorp, W.; McElhiney, M.; Goggin, K.; Sewell, M.; Rabkin, J. 1998: Highly active antiretroviral treatment in HIV infection: benefits for neuropsychological function. Aids 12(8): F65-F70
Alecu, M.; Ghyka, G.; Coman, G. 1992: Highly active effect of alpha interferon in blocking the cutaneous delayed hypersensitivity. Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine 30(4): 291-295
Hefer, T.; Joachims, H.Z.; Hashmonai, M.; Ben-Arieh, Y.; Brown, J. 1995: Highly aggressive behaviour of occult papillary thyroid carcinoma. Journal of Laryngology and Otology 109(11): 1109-1112
Franchini, G.; Robert-Guroff, M.; Tartaglia, J.; Aggarwal, A.; Abimiku, A.; Benson, J.; Markham, P.; Limbach, K.; Hurteau, G.; Fullen, J. 1995: Highly attenuated HIV type 2 recombinant poxviruses, but not HIV-2 recombinant Salmonella vaccines, induce long-lasting protection in rhesus macaques. Aids Research and Human Retroviruses 11(8): 909-920
Franchini, G.; Tartaglia, J.; Markham, P.; Benson, J.; Fullen, J.; Wills, M.; Arp, J.; Dekaban, G.; Paoletti, E.; Gallo, R.C. 1995: Highly attenuated HTLV type Ienv poxvirus vaccines induce protection against a cell-associated HTLV type I challenge in rabbits. Aids Research and Human Retroviruses 11(2): 307-313
Denesvre, C.; Le Grand, R.; Boissin-Cans, F.; Chakrabarti, L.; Hurtrel, B.; Vaslin, B.; Dormont, D.; Sonigo, P. 1995: Highly attenuated SIVmac142 is immunogenic but does not protect against SIVmac251 challenge. Aids Research and Human Retroviruses 11(11): 1397-1406
Carroll, M.W.; Overwijk, W.W.; Chamberlain, R.S.; Rosenberg, S.A.; Moss, B.; Restifo, N.P. 1997: Highly attenuated modified vaccinia virus Ankara (MVA) as an effective recombinant vector: a murine tumor model. Vaccine 15(4): 387-394
Drexler, I.; Heller, K.; Wahren, B.; Erfle, V.; Sutter, G. 1998: Highly attenuated modified vaccinia virus Ankara replicates in baby hamster kidney cells, a potential host for virus propagation, but not in various human transformed and primary cells. Journal of General Virology 79: 347-352
Ciurli, C.; Posnett, D.N.; Sékaly, R.P.; Denis, F. 1998: Highly biased CDR3 usage in restricted sets of beta chain variable regions during viral superantigen 9 response. Journal of Experimental Medicine 187(2): 253-258
Kuriki, T.; Yanase, M.; Takata, H.; Imanaka, T.; Okada, S. 1993: Highly branched oligosaccharides produced by the transglycosylation reaction of neopullulanase. Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 76(3): 184-190
Kohro-Kawata, J.; Wang, P.; Kawata, Y.; Matsuzaki, M.; Nakamura, K. 1998: Highly cationic anti-DNA antibodies in patients with lupus nephritis analyzed by two-dimensional electrophoresis and immunoblotting. Electrophoresis 19(8-9): 1511-1515
Varnai, P.; Demaurex, N.; Jaconi, M.; Schlegel, W.; Lew, D.P.; Krause, K.H. 1993: Highly co-operative Ca2+ activation of intermediate-conductance K+ channels in granulocytes from a human cell line. Journal of Physiology 472: 373-390
Azar, G.M.; Dipillo, F.; Gogineni, S.K.; Godec, C.J.; Verma, R.S. 1997: Highly complex chromosomal aberrations in bone marrow of a patient with metastatic prostate neoplasm. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 99(2): 116-120
Lau, L.C.; Knight, L.; Tien, S.L.; Lim, P.; Yong, M.H.; Chong, Y.Y. 1998: Highly complex chromosomal rearrangement of chromosome 9 in a case of chronic myeloid leukemia. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 104(2): 153-156
Stanhope, M.J.; Madsen, O.; Waddell, V.G.; Cleven, G.C.; de Jong, W.W.; Springer, M.S. 1998: Highly congruent molecular support for a diverse superordinal clade of endemic African mammals. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 9(3): 501-508
Lin, V.S.; DiMagno, S.G.; Therien, M.J. 1994: Highly conjugated, acetylenyl bridged porphyrins: New models for light-harvesting antenna systems. Science 264(5162): 1105-1111
Wang, P.; Zhou, R.H.; Zou, Y.; Jackson-Cook, C.K.; Povirk, L.F. 1997: Highly conservative reciprocal translocations formed by apparent joining of exchanged DNA double-strand break ends. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 94(22): 12018-12023
Nishiya, Y.; Imanaka, T. 1997: Highly conservative sequence in the carboxyl terminus of sarcosine oxidase is important for substrate binding. Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 84(6): 591-593
Coy, J.F.; Sedlacek, Z.; Bächner, D.; Hameister, H.; Joos, S.; Lichter, P.; Delius, H.; Poustka, A. 1995: Highly conserved 3' UTR and expression pattern of FXR1 points to a divergent gene regulation of FXR1 and FMR1. Human Molecular Genetics 4(12): 2209-2218
Suzuki, G.; Watanabe, M.; Isogai, A.; Hinata, K. 1997: Highly conserved 5'-flanking regions of two self-incompatibility genes, SLG9 and SRK9. Gene 191(1): 123-126
Rüssmann, H.; Schmidt, H.; Caprioli, A.; Karch, H. 1994: Highly conserved B-subunit genes of Shiga-like toxin II variants found in Escherichia coli O157 strains. Fems Microbiology Letters 118(3): 335-340
Goswami, H.K.; Chandorkar, M.S. 1994: Highly conserved DNA sequence in Isoetes pantii. Indian Fern Journal 11(1-2): 53-55
Martin, D.; Cadieux, N.; Hamel, J.; Brodeur, B.R. 1997: Highly conserved Neisseria meningitidis surface protein confers protection against experimental infection. Journal of Experimental Medicine 185(7): 1173-1183
Pierce, J.L.; Zborowski, K.A.; Kraig, E.; Infante, A.J. 1994: Highly conserved TCR beta chain CDR3 sequences among immunodominant acetylcholine receptor-reactive T cells in murine myasthenia gravis. International Immunology 6(5): 775-783
Verderame, M.F.; Varmus, H.E. 1994: Highly conserved amino acids in the SH2 and catalytic domains of v-src are altered in naturally occurring, transformation-defective alleles. Oncogene 9(1): 175-182
Pietra, L.D.; Bressan, A.; Pezzotti, A.R.; Serlupi-Crescenzi, O. 1998: Highly conserved amino-acid sequence between murine STAT3 and a revised human STAT3 sequence. Gene 213(1-2): 119-124
Bodis, S.; Hemesath, T.; Fisher, D.E. 1997: Highly conserved asparagine in the basic domain of Myc is dispensable for DNA binding, transformation, and apoptosis. Biochemical and Molecular Medicine 60(2): 102-107
Couvineau, A.; Gaudin, P.; Maoret, J.J.; Rouyer-Fessard, C.; Nicole, P.; Laburthe, M. 1995: Highly conserved aspartate 68, tryptophane 73 and glycine 109 in the N-terminal extracellular domain of the human VIP receptor are essential for its ability to bind VIP. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 206(1): 246-252
Nelson, D.R.; Felix, C.M.; Swanson, J.M. 1998: Highly conserved charge-pair networks in the mitochondrial carrier family. Journal of Molecular Biology 277(2): 285-308
Thariath, A.; Castellino, F.J. 1997: Highly conserved residue arginine-15 is required for the Ca2+-dependent properties of the gamma-carboxyglutamic acid domain of human anticoagulation protein C and activated protein C. Biochemical Journal 322: 309-315
Chambers, A. 1996: Highly conserved toxicity of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rap1p. Molecular Microbiology 22(3): 449-458
Burmester, J.; Haese, A.; Zocher, R. 1995: Highly conserved N-methyltransferases as an integral part of peptide synthetases. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International 37(2): 201-207
Pellegrini, M.; Grønbech-Jensen, N.; Kelly, J.A.; Pfluegl, G.M.; Yeates, T.O. 1997: Highly constrained multiple-copy refinement of protein crystal structures. Proteins 29(4): 426-432
Hoshikawa, Y.; Amimoto, K.; Mizuguchi, R.; Hatakeyama, M. 1998: Highly controlled heterologous gene expression through combined utilization of the tetracycline-repressible transactivator and the lac repressor. Analytical Biochemistry 261(2): 211-218
Carlson, N.G.; Little, J.W. 1993: Highly cooperative DNA binding by the coliphage HK022 repressor. Journal of Molecular Biology 230(4): 1108-1130
Igisu, H.; Hamasaki, N.; Ikeda, M. 1993: Highly cooperative inhibition of acetylcholinesterase by pentachlorophenol in human erythrocytes. Biochemical Pharmacology 46(1): 175-177
Janies, D.A.; Mcedward, L.R. 1993: Highly derived coelomic and water-vascular morphogenesis in a starfish with pelagic direct development. Biological Bulletin (woods Hole). 185(1): 56-76
Shetty, A.K.; Udall, J.; Schmidt-Sommerfeld, E. 1998: Highly destructive perianal Crohn's disease. Journal of the National Medical Association 90(8): 491-492
Markowitz, J.; Grancher, K.; Rosa, J.; Simpser, E.; Aiges, H.; Daum, F. 1995: Highly destructive perianal disease in children with Crohn's disease. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 21(2): 149-153
Tsuge, H.; Takumi, K.; Nagai, T.; Okano, T.; Eguchi, S.; Kimoto, H. 1997: Highly diastereoselective Michael addition to optically active trifluoromethylated alpha,beta-unsaturated sulfonamides based on their hinge-like conformation. Tetrahedron 53(3): 823-838
Lagu, B.R.; Crane, H.M.; Liotta, D.C. 1993: Highly diastereoselective aldol reactions of chiral methyl ketones. Journal of Organic Chemistry 58(16): 4191-4193
Soloshonok, V., A.; Avilov, D., V.; Kukhar, V., P.; Van-Meervelt, L.; Mischenko, N. 1997: Highly diastereoselective aza-aldol reactions of a chiral Ni(II) complex of glycine with imines. An efficient asymmetric approach to 3-perfluoroalkyl-2,3-diamino acids. Tetrahedron Letters 38(26): 4671-4674
Arnone, A.; Bravo, P.; Frigerio, M.; Viani, F.; Soloshonok, V.A. 1998: Highly diastereoselective methylene transfer from diazomethane to the carbonyl of beta-keto sulfoxides. A general approach to synthetically versatile fluorine-containing chiral building blocks. Tetrahedron 54(39): 11841-11860
Kim, B.C.; Lee, W.K. 1996: Highly diastereoselective reduction of enantiomerically pure aziridino ketones. Tetrahedron 52(37): 12117-12124
Kawashima, E.; Aoyama, Y.; Radwan, M., F.; Miyahara, M.; Sekine, T.; Kainosho, M.; Kyogoku, Y.; Ishido, Y. 1995: Highly diastereoselective synthesis of (2'S)-(2'2H)-2' deoxyribonucleosides from the corresponding ribonucleosides. Nucleosides and Nucleotides 14(3-5): 333-336
Klimley, A.P. 1993: Highly directional swimming by scalloped hammerhead sharks, Sphyrna lewini, and subsurface irradiance, temperature, bathymetry, and geomagnetic field. Ine Biology (berlin). 117(1): 1-22
Urquhart, A.; Oldroyd, N.J.; Kimpton, C.P.; Gill, P. 1995: Highly discriminating heptaplex short tandem repeat PCR system for forensic identification. Biotechniques 18(1): 116-8 120-1
Tarn, W.Y.; Steitz, J.A. 1996: Highly diverged U4 and U6 small nuclear RNAs required for splicing rare AT-AC introns. Science 273(5283): 1824-1832
Kato-Minoura, T.; Uryu, S.; Hirono, M.; Kamiya, R. 1998: Highly divergent actin expressed in a Chlamydomonas mutant lacking the conventional actin gene. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 251(1): 71-76
Jaulin, C.; Casanova, J.L.; Romero, P.; Luescher, I.; Cordey, A.S.; Maryanski, J.L.; Kourilsky, P. 1992: Highly diverse T cell recognition of a single Plasmodium berghei peptide presented by a series of mutant H-2Kd molecules. Journal of Immunology 149(12): 3990-3994
Smyrnov, V.V.; Reznyk, S.R.; Vorokulova, I.V. 1994: Highly effective biological preparation biosporin. Likars'ka Sprava 1994(5-6): 133-138
Kushner, B.H.; LaQuaglia, M.P.; Bonilla, M.A.; Lindsley, K.; Rosenfield, N.; Yeh, S.; Eddy, J.; Gerald, W.L.; Heller, G.; Cheung, N.K. 1994: Highly effective induction therapy for stage 4 neuroblastoma in children over 1 year of age. Journal of Clinical Oncology: Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 12(12): 2607-2613
Levron, J.; Cohen, J.; Willadsen, S. 1995: Highly effective method of human oocyte activation. Zygote 3(2): 157-161
Szardenings, M.; Vasel, B.; Hecht, H.J.; Collins, J.; Schomburg, D. 1995: Highly effective protease inhibitors from variants of human pancreatic secretory trypsin inhibitor (hPSTI): an assessment of 3-D structure-based protein design. Protein Engineering 8(1): 45-52
Kinoshita, T. 1998: Highly effective separation and highly sensitive detection for clinical chemistry and biochemistry. Yakugaku Zasshi: Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan 118(2): 31-50
Lerang, F.; Moum, B.; Haug, J.B.; Tolås, P.; Breder, O.; Aubert, E.; Høie, O.; Søberg, T.; Flaaten, B.; Farup, P.; Berge, T. 1997: Highly effective twice-daily triple therapies for Helicobacter pylori infection and peptic ulcer disease: does in vitro metronidazole resistance have any clinical relevance?. American Journal of Gastroenterology 92(2): 248-253
Yamazaki, S.; Imanishi, T.; Moriguchi, Y.; Takada, T. 1997: Highly efficient (2+1) cycloaddition reactions of a 1-seleno-2-silylethene to 2-phosphonoacrylates: Synthesis of novel functionalized cyclopropanephosphonic acid esters. Tetrahedron Letters 38(36): 6397-6400
Enríquez, J.A.; Ramos, J.; Pérez-Martos, A.; López-Pérez, M.J.; Montoya, J. 1994: Highly efficient DNA synthesis in isolated mitochondria from rat liver. Nucleic Acids Research 22(10): 1861-1865
Nakano, M.; Iwatani, K.; Kura, H.; Kohchi, C.; Yamamoto, O. 1997: Highly efficient absorbents for removing 32P-labeled nucleotides from experimental waste. Radioisotopes 46(9): 627-631
Mulders, P.; Pang, S.; Dannull, J.; Kaboo, R.; Hinkel, A.; Michel, K.; Tso, C.L.; Roth, M.; Belldegrun, A. 1998: Highly efficient and consistent gene transfer into dendritic cells utilizing a combination of ultraviolet-irradiated adenovirus and poly(L-lysine) conjugates. Cancer Research 58(5): 956-961
Piel, J.; Boland, W. 1997: Highly efficient and versatile synthesis of isotopically labelled 1-deoxy-D-xylulose. Tetrahedron Letters 38(36): 6387-6390
Itozawa, T.; Kise, H. 1993: Highly efficient coenzyme regeneration system for reduction of cyclohexanone by horse liver alcohol dehydrogenase in organic solvent. Biotechnology Letters 15(8): 842-846
Bonnet, D.; Artaud, I.; Moali, C.; Pétré, D.; Mansuy, D. 1997: Highly efficient control of iron-containing nitrile hydratases by stoichiometric amounts of nitric oxide and light. Febs Letters 409(2): 216-220
Afarinkia, K.; Mahmood, F. 1998: Highly efficient diels-alder cycloadditions of 2-pyridones with bulky N-sulfonyl substituent. Tetrahedron Letters 39(5-6): 493-496,. 29
Skorski, T.; Nieborowska-Skorska, M.; Barletta, C.; Malaguarnera, L.; Szcyzlik, C.; Chen, S.T.; Lange, B.; Calabretta, B. 1993: Highly efficient elimination of Philadelphia leukemic cells by exposure to bcr/abl antisense oligodeoxynucleotides combined with mafosfamide. Journal of Clinical Investigation 92(1): 194-202
Master, H.E.; Newadkar, R.V.; Rane, R.A.; Kumar, A. 1996: Highly efficient enzymatic resolution of homoallyl alcohols leading to a simple synthesis of optically pure fluoxetine and related compounds. Tetrahedron Letters 37(51): 9253-9254
Pfeifer, A.M.A.; Mace, K.; Tromvoukis, Y.; Lipsky, M.M. 1995: Highly efficient establishment of immortalized cells from adult human liver. Methods in Cell Science 17(2): 83-89
Kirshenbaum, L.A.; MacLellan, W.R.; Mazur, W.; French, B.A.; Schneider, M.D. 1993: Highly efficient gene transfer into adult ventricular myocytes by recombinant adenovirus. Journal of Clinical Investigation 92(1): 381-387
Shen, Z.; Cho, W. 1995: Highly efficient immobilization of phospholipase A2 and its biomedical applications. Journal of Lipid Research 36(5): 1147-1151
Domon, K.; Masuya, K.; Tanino, K.; Kuwajima, I. 1997: Highly efficient method for coriolin synthesis. Tetrahedron Letters 38(3): 465-468
Sasaki, H.; Nomura, S.; Akiyama, N.; Takahashi, A.; Sugimura, T.; Oishi, M.; Terada, M. 1994: Highly efficient method for obtaining a subtracted genomic DNA library by the modified in-gel competitive reassociation method. Cancer Research 54(22): 5821-5823
Barre, F.X.; Mir, L.M.; Lécluse, Y.; Harel-Bellan, A. 1998: Highly efficient oligonucleotide transfer into intact yeast cells using square-wave pulse electroporation. Biotechniques 25(2): 294-296
Martinez-Soria, E.; Siegrist, C.A.; Mach, B. 1996: Highly efficient peptide binding and T cell activation by MHC class Ii molecules of CIITA-transfected cells. International Immunology 8(4): 543-549
Nakatani, K.; Higashida, N.; Saito, I. 1997: Highly efficient photochemical generation of o-quinone methide from Mannich bases of phenol derivatives. Tetrahedron Letters 38(28): 5005-5008
Ishida, M.; Yoshida, M.; Oshima, T. 1997: Highly efficient production of enzymes of an extreme thermophile, Thermus thermophilus: A practical method to overexpress GC-rich genes in Escherichia coli. Extremophiles: Life Under Extreme Conditions 1(3): 157-162
Huang, M.; Mitchell, D.; Bigelow, M. 1996: Highly efficient protein separations in high-performance capillary electrophoresis, using hydrophilic coatings on polysiloxane-bonded columns. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 677(1): 77-84
Imbert, A.M.; Costello, R.; Imbert, J.; Mannoni, P.; Bagnis, C. 1994: Highly efficient retroviral gene transfer into human primary T lymphocytes derived from peripheral blood. Cancer Gene Therapy 1(4): 259-265
Hormozdiari, P.; Gani, D. 1996: Highly efficient solid-phase phosphopeptide synthesis using bis-(polyfluorophenyl) chlorophosphates: Preparation of serine-threonine protein phosphatase substrates. Tetrahedron Letters 37(45): 8227-8230
Kawado, A.; Suizu, T.; Imayasu, S.; Shigematsu, T.; Kimura, A.; Murata, K. 1992: Highly efficient sporulation induced by glutathione or glutathione thiol esters in sake (Kyokai No. 7) and a wild-type yeast. Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 74(6): 363-367
Karpeisky, A.; Gonzalez, C.; Burgin, A., B.; Beigelman, L. 1998: Highly efficient synthesis of 2'-O-amino nucleosides and their incorporation in hammerhead ribozymes. Tetrahedron Letters 39(10): 1131-1134
Journet, M.; Cai, D.; Dimichele, L.M.; Larsen, R.D. 1998: Highly efficient synthesis of alpha,beta-acetylenic aldehydes from terminal alkynes using DMF as the formylating reagent. Tetrahedron Letters 39(36): 6427-6428
Schulz, W.A.; Ebling, B.; Hasse, A.; Zenke, F.; Breunig, K. 1993: Highly efficient transactivation by the yeast Kluyveromyces lactis transcription factor LAC9 and its inhibition by the negative regulator GAL80 in mammalian cells. Biological Chemistry Hoppe-Seyler 374(5): 313-318
Watanabe, Y.; Nomoto, H.; Takezawa, R.; Miyoshi, N.; Akaike, T. 1994: Highly efficient transfection into primary cultured mouse hepatocytes by use of cation-liposomes: an application for immunization. Journal of Biochemistry 116(6): 1220-1226
Ali, J. 1996: Highly efficient ultrarapid cryopreservation of established cell lines by vitrification with VS14. Medical Science Research 24(12): 837-838
Cheng, P.C.; Pan, S.J.; Shih, A.; Kim, K.S.; Liou, W.S.; Park, M.S. 1998: Highly efficient upconverters for multiphoton fluorescence microscopy. Journal Of Microscopy (oxford). 189(3): 212
Perry, C.; Peretz, H.; Ben-Tal, O.; Eldor, A. 1997: Highly elevated lactate dehydrogenase level in a healthy individual: A case of macro-LDH. American Journal of Hematology 55(1): 39-40
Gennari, C.; Vulpetti, A.; Pain, G. 1997: Highly enantio- and diastereoselective boron aldol reactions of alpha-heterosubstituted thioacetates with aldehydes and silyl imines. Tetrahedron 53(16): 5909-5924
Ekborg-Ott, K.H.; Liu, Y.; Armstrong, D.W. 1998: Highly enantioselective HPLC separations using the covalently bonded macrocyclic antibiotic, ristocetin A, chiral stationary phase. Chirality 10(5): 434-483
Hamada, T.; Irie, R.; Mihara, J.; Hamachi, K.; Katsuki, T. 1998: Highly enantioselective benzylic hydroxylation with concave type of (salen)manganese(III) complex. Tetrahedron 54(34): 10017-10028
Wu, X.-Ming; Funakoshi, K.; Sakai, K. 1992: Highly enantioselective cyclization using cationic rhodium(I) with chiral ligand. Tetrahedron Letters 33(42): 6331-6334
Tsuboi, S.; Furutani, H.; Ansari, M.-Hafeez; Sakai, T.; Utaka, M.; Takeda, A. 1993: Highly enantioselective reduction of 3-chloro-2-oxoalkanoates with fermenting Baker's yeast: A new synthesis of optically active 3-chloro-2-hydroxyalkanoates and glycidic esters. Journal of Organic Chemistry 58(2): 486-492
Salunkhe, A., M.; Burkhardt, E., R. 1997: Highly enantioselective reduction of prochiral ketones with N,N-diethylaniline cntdot borane (DEANB) in oxazaborolidine-catalyzed reductions. Tetrahedron Letters 38(9): 1523-1526
Suzuki, T.; Tada, H.; Unno, K. 1992: Highly enantioselective synthesis of (levo)-chokol A. Journal of the Chemical Society Perkin Transactions I 1992(15): 2017-2021
Paquette, L., A.; Sun, L.-Qiang; Friedrich, D.; Savage, P., B. 1997: Highly enantioselective total synthesis of natural epoxydictymene: An alkoxy-directed cyclization route to highly strained trans-oxabicyclo(3.3.0)octanes. Tetrahedron Letters 38(2): 195-198
Aoyagi, Y.; Suzuki, Y.; Igarashi, K.; Yokota, T.; Mori, S.; Suda, T.; Naitoh, A.; Isemura, M.; Asakura, H. 1993: Highly enhanced fucosylation of alpha-fetoprotein in patients with germ cell tumor. Cancer 72(2): 615-618
Balzarini, J.; Pelemans, H.; Aquaro, S.; Perno, C.F.; Witvrouw, M.; Schols, D.; De Clercq, E.; Karlsson, A. 1996: Highly favorable antiviral activity and resistance profile of the novel thiocarboxanilide pentenyloxy ether derivatives UC-781 and UC-82 as inhibitors of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication. Molecular Pharmacology 50(2): 394-401
Grund, K.E.; Storek, D.; Zindel, C.; Becker, H.D. 1995: Highly flexible self-expanding metal mesh stents. Innovative therapy for palliation of malignant dysphagia. Zeitschrift fuer Gastroenterologie 33(7): 392-398
Krafft, M.P.; Riess, J.G. 1998: Highly fluorinated amphiphiles and colloidal systems, and their applications in the biomedical field. A contribution. Biochimie 80(5-6): 489-514
Igaki, H.; Sasaki, H.; Kishi, T.; Sakamoto, H.; Tachimori, Y.; Kato, H.; Watanabe, H.; Sugimura, T.; Terada, M. 1994: Highly frequent homozygous deletion of the p16 gene in esophageal cancer cell lines. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 203(2): 1090-1095
Horneman, A.-Marie; Lundt, I. 1997: Highly functionalised cyclopentanes by radical cyclisation of unsaturated bromolactones: I. Preparation of 5-deoxycarbahexofuranoses. Tetrahedron 53(20): 6879-6892
Braun, N., A.; Spitzner, D. 1996: Highly functionalized enantiopure oxatricyclo(3.3.10-4,6)nonanes; Selective opening of an activated cyclopropane ring. Tetrahedron Letters 37(51): 9187-9188
Mei, Y.F.; Wadell, G. 1995: Highly heterogeneous fiber genes in the two closely related adenovirus genome types Ad35p and Ad34a. Virology 206(1): 686-689
Akazome, Y.; Ogasawara, O.; Park, M.K.; Mori, T. 1996: Highly heterologous region in the N-terminal extracellular domain of reptilian follitropin receptors. General and Comparative Endocrinology 104(3): 374-381
Nemer, M.; Bai, G.; Stuebing, E.W. 1993: Highly identical cassettes of gene regulatory elements, genomically repetitive and present in RNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(22): 10851-10855
Partsch, G.; Steiner, G.; Leeb, B.F.; Dunky, A.; Bröll, H.; Smolen, J.S. 1997: Highly increased levels of tumor necrosis factor-alpha and other proinflammatory cytokines in psoriatic arthritis synovial fluid. Journal of Rheumatology 24(3): 518-523
Li, W.; Sorensen, P.W. 1997: Highly independent olfactory receptor sites for naturally occurring bile acids in the sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus. Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 180(4): 429-438
Mathias, N.; Bayés, M.; Tyler-Smith, C. 1994: Highly informative compound haplotypes for the human Y chromosome. Human Molecular Genetics 3(1): 115-123
Udalova, I.A.; Nedospasov, S.A.; Webb, G.C.; Chaplin, D.D.; Turetskaya, R.L. 1993: Highly informative typing of the human TNF locus using six adjacent polymorphic markers. Genomics 16(1): 180-186
Hefer, T.; Joachims, H.Z.; Eitan, A.; Golz, A.; Brown, J. 1994: Highly invasive papillary thyroid carcinoma. Journal of Laryngology and Otology 108(10): 889-891
Sen, T.K.; Nayak, D.C.; Dubey, P.N.; Chamuah, G.S.; Sehgal, J. 1996: Highly leached mineral soils of Manipur: Their pedology, characteristics, problems and management. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 44(4): 718-722
Berglund, H.; Luo, H.; Nishioka, T.; Fishbein, M.C.; Eigler, N.L.; Tabak, S.W.; Siegel, R.J. 1997: Highly localized arterial remodeling in patients with coronary atherosclerosis: an intravascular ultrasound study. Circulation 96(5): 1470-1476
Murti, K.G.; Brown, P.S.; Ratner, L.; Garcia, J.V. 1993: Highly localized tracks of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Nef in the nucleus of cells of a human CD4+ T-cell line. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(24): 11895-11899
Nomura, M.; Sugiura, N.; Yamamoto, H.; Miyamoto, K. 1997: Highly malignant rat hepatoma AH66F cells respond to ascitic fluid. Anticancer Research 17(1a): 209-214
McGary, C.T.; Miele, M.E.; Welch, D.R. 1995: Highly metastatic 13762NF rat mammary adenocarcinoma cell clones stimulate bone marrow by secretion of granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor/interleukin-3 activity. American Journal of Pathology 147(6): 1668-1681
Masui, T.; Nakanishi, H.; Inada, K.; Imai, T.; Mizoguchi, Y.; Yada, H.; Futakuchi, M.; Shirai, T.; Tatematsu, M. 1997: Highly metastatic hepatocellular carcinomas induced in male F344 rats treated with N-nitrosomorpholine in combination with other hepatocarcinogens show a high incidence of p53 gene mutations along with altered mRNA expression of tumor-related genes. Cancer Letters 112(1): 33-45
Sun, F.; Tang, Z.; Liu, K. 1996: Highly metastatic model of human hepatocellular carcinoma established in nude mice using orthotopic organ selection of metastatic variant from patient specimens. Zhonghua Zhong Liu Za Zhi 18(2): 109-112
Westmoreland, J.; Porter, G.; Radman, M.; Resnick, M.A. 1997: Highly mismatched molecules resembling recombination intermediates efficiently transform mismatch repair proficient Escherichia coli. Genetics 145(1): 29-38
Tatsumi, E.; Hirose, M. 1997: Highly ordered molten globule-like state of ovalbumin at acidic pH: native-like fragmentation by protease and selective modification of Cys367 with dithiodipyridine. Journal of Biochemistry 122(2): 300-308
Karrasch, S.; Typke, D.; Walz, T.; Miller, M.; Tsiotis, G.; Engel, A. 1996: Highly ordered two-dimensional crystals of photosystem I reaction center from Synechococcus sp.: functional and structural analyses. Journal of Molecular Biology 262(3): 336-348
Kayser, O.; Kolodziej, H. 1995: Highly oxygenated coumarins from Pelargonium sidoides. Phytochemistry (oxford). 39(5): 1181-1185
Bahr, N.; Tierney, E.; Reymond, J.L.uis 1997: Highly photoresistant chemosensors using acridone as fluorescent label. Tetrahedron Letters 38(9): 1489-1492
Liu, S.L.; Sanderson, K.E. 1996: Highly plastic chromosomal organization in Salmonella typhi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(19): 10303-10308
Schmidt, T.C.; Steinbach, K.; von Löw, E.; Stork, G. 1998: Highly polar metabolites of nitroaromatic compounds in ammunition wastewater. Chemosphere 37(6): 1079-1090
Yim, D.L.; Opresko, L.K.; Wiley, H.S.; Nuccitelli, R. 1994: Highly polarized EGF receptor tyrosine kinase activity initiates egg activation in Xenopus. Developmental Biology 162(1): 41-55
Hershberg, R.M.; Cho, D.H.; Youakim, A.; Bradley, M.B.; Lee, J.S.; Framson, P.E.; Nepom, G.T. 1998: Highly polarized HLA class II antigen processing and presentation by human intestinal epithelial cells. Journal of Clinical Investigation 102(4): 792-803
Kojima, K.; Utsumi, H.; Ogawa, H.; Matsumoto, I. 1994: Highly polarized expression of carbohydrate-binding protein p33/41 (annexin IV) on the apical plasma membrane of epithelial cells in renal proximal tubules. Febs Letters 342(3): 313-318
Boxberger, H.J.; Sessler, M.J.; Maetzel, B.; Meyer, T.F. 1993: Highly polarized primary epithelial cells from human nasopharynx grown as spheroid-like vesicles. European Journal of Cell Biology 62(1): 140-151
Bourn, D.; Strachan, T. 1995: Highly polymorphic dinucleotide repeat at the NF2 gene. Human Genetics 95(6): 712
Stoner, D.S.; Quattro, J.M.; Weissman, I.L. 1997: Highly polymorphic microsatellite loci in the colonial ascidian Botryllus schlosseri. Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology 6(3): 163-171
Donner, H.; Rau, H.; Braun, J.; Herwig, J.; Usadel, K.H.; Badenhoop, K. 1997: Highly polymorphic promoter regions of HLA DQA1 and DQB1 genes do not help to further define disease susceptibility in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Tissue Antigens 50(6): 642-645,.
Zappata, S.; Petersen, M.B.; König, U.; Blaschak, J.; Chakravarti, A.; Tassone, F.; Serra, A.; Antonarakis, S.E.; Brahe, C. 1994: Highly polymorphic repeat marker within the beta-amyloid precursor protein gene. Human Genetics 93(1): 85-86
Hernandez, D.; Pannett, A.A.; Tybulewicz, V.; Fisher, E.M. 1995: Highly polymorphic sequence at D21S1448 mapping close to D21S55, within the Down syndrome critical region. Human Genetics 95(6): 721-722
Gen, M.W.; Parry, P.J.; Ning, Y.; Evans, G.A. 1993: Highly polymorphic tetramer repeat (GATA)n on human chromosome 11p15.3. Genomics 17(3): 770-772
Seki, T.; Arai, Y. 1993: Highly polysialylated NCAM expression in the developing and adult rat spinal cord. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research 73(1): 141-145
Seki, T.; Arai, Y. 1993: Highly polysialylated neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM-H) is expressed by newly generated granule cells in the dentate gyrus of the adult rat. Journal of Neuroscience: the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience 13(6): 2351-2358
Kaufmann, P.M.; Heimrath, S.; Kim, B.S.; Mooney, D.J. 1997: Highly porous polymer matrices as a three-dimensional culture system for hepatocytes. Cell Transplantation 6(5): 463-468
Van Horssen, P.J.; Preijers, F.W.; Van Oosterhout, Y.V.; De Witte, T. 1996: Highly potent CD22-recombinant ricin a results in complete cure of disseminated malignant B-cell xenografts in SCID mice but fails to cure solid xenografts in nude mice. International Journal of Cancer 68(3): 378-383
De Clercq, E.; Yamamoto, N.; Pauwels, R.; Balzarini, J.; Witvrouw, M.; De Vreese, K.; Debyser, Z.; Rosenwirth, B.; Peichl, P.; Datema, R. 1994: Highly potent and selective inhibition of human immunodeficiency virus by the bicyclam derivative JM3100. Antimicrobial Agents and ChemoTherapy 38(4): 668-674
Chackalamannil, S.; Chung, S.; Stamford, A.W.; Mckittrick, B.A.; Wang, Y.; Tsai, H.; Cleven, R.; Fawzi, A.; Czarniecki, M. 1996: Highly potent and selective inhibitors of endothelin converting enzyme. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 6(11): 1257-1260
Fleckenstein, A.E.; Kopajtic, T.A.; Boja, J.W.; Carroll, F.I.; Kuhar, M.J. 1996: Highly potent cocaine analogs cause long-lasting increases in locomotor activity. European Journal of Pharmacology 311(2-3): 109-114
Charlton, J.; Kirschenheuter, G.P.; Smith, D. 1997: Highly potent irreversible inhibitors of neutrophil elastase generated by selection from a randomized DNA-valine phosphonate library. Biochemistry 36(10): 3018-3026
Fürst, Z.; Búzás, B.; Friedmann, T.; Schmidhammer, H.; Borsodi, A. 1993: Highly potent novel opioid receptor agonist in the 14-alkoxymetopon series. European Journal of Pharmacology 236(2): 209-215
Lavielle, S.; Brunissen, A.; Carruette, A.; Garret, C.; Chassaing, G. 1994: Highly potent substance P antagonists substituted with beta-phenyl- or beta-benzyl-proline at position 10. European Journal of Pharmacology 258(3): 273-276
Neamati, N.; Mazumder, A.; Sunder, S.; Owen, J.M.; Tandon, M.; Lown, J.W.; Pommier, Y. 1998: Highly potent synthetic polyamides, bisdistamycins, and lexitropsins as inhibitors of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 integrase. Molecular Pharmacology 54(2): 280-290
Weber, A.E.; Steiner, M.G.; Krieter, P.A.; Colletti, A.E.; Tata, J.R.; Halgren, T.A.; Ball, R.G.; Doyle, J.J.; Schorn, T.W.; Stearns, R.A. 1992: Highly potent, orally active diester macrocyclic human renin inhibitors. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 35(21): 3755-3773
Pang, Y.P.; Quiram, P.; Jelacic, T.; Hong, F.; Brimijoin, S. 1996: Highly potent, selective, and low cost bis-tetrahydroaminacrine inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase. Steps toward novel drugs for treating Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(39): 23646-23649
Sun, Z.M.; Faust, U.; Poganatz, J.; Joppek, C. 1993: Highly precise automatic control of temperature for biochemical measurements. Fresenius' Journal Of Analytical Chemistry. 346(10-11): 1014-1016
Routier, S.; Bernier, J.L.; Catteau, J.P.; Bailly, C. 1997: Highly preferential cleavage of unpaired guanines in DNA by a functionalized salen-nickel complex. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 7(1): 63-66
Kohmura, M.; Nio, N.; Ariyoshi, Y. 1992: Highly probable active site of the sweet protein monellin. Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry 56(12): 1937-1942
Stewart, R.J.; Semerjian, J.; Schmidt, C.F. 1998: Highly processive motility is not a general feature of the kinesins. European Biophysics Journal: Ebj 27(4): 353-360
Nakano, H.; Tanaka, T.; Kawarasaki, Y.; Yamane, T. 1996: Highly productive cell-free protein synthesis system using condensed wheat-germ extract. Journal of Biotechnology 46(3): 275-282
Civin, C.I.; Trischmann, T.; Kadan, N.S.; Davis, J.; Noga, S.; Cohen, K.; Duffy, B.; Groenewegen, I.; Wiley, J.; Law, P.; Hardwick, A.; Oldham, F.; Gee, A. 1996: Highly purified CD34-positive cells reconstitute hematopoiesis. Journal of Clinical Oncology: Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 14(8): 2224-2233
Méjean, A.; Bui, B.T.; Florentin, D.; Ploux, O.; Izumi, Y.; Marquet, A. 1995: Highly purified biotin synthase can transform dethiobiotin into biotin in the absence of any other protein, in the presence of photoreduced deazaflavin. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 217(3): 1231-1237
Otsuji, S.; Shibata, N.; Hirota, H.; Akagami, H.; Wada, A. 1993: Highly purified eicosapentaenoic acid attenuates tissue damage in experimental myocardial infarction. Japanese Circulation Journal 57(4): 335-343
Robidoux, C.; Maghni, K.; Laporte, J.; Ponton, A.; Hallée, A.; Borgeat, P.; Sirois, P. 1994: Highly purified guinea pig type II pneumocytes have the leukotriene A4 hydrolase but do not express 5-lipoxygenase activity. Prostaglandins Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 51(4): 263-270
Voltz, R.; Kamm, C.; Padberg, F.; Malotka, J.; Kerschensteiner, M.; Spuler, S.; Tzartos, S.; Dornmair, K. 1997: Highly purified oligo-His tagged human recombinant alpha(1)-AChR is immunogenic in vivo and suitable for T cell stimulation in vitro in experimental and human myasthenia gravis. Journal of Neuroimmunology 80(1-2): 131-136
Henneicke-von Zepelin, H.H.; Mrowietz, U.; Färber, L.; Bruck-Borchers, K.; Schober, C.; Huber, J.; Lutz, G.; Kohnen, R.; Christophers, E.; Welzel, D. 1993: Highly purified omega-3-polyunsaturated fatty acids for topical treatment of psoriasis. Results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled multicentre study. British Journal of Dermatology 129(6): 713-717
Oh-Oka, H.; Kakutani, S.; Kamei, S.; Matsubara, H.; Iwaki, M.; Itoh, S. 1995: Highly purified photosynthetic reaction center (PscA/cytochrome c551)2 complex of the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium limicola. Biochemistry 34(40): 13091-13097
Turhan, A.G.; Lemoine, F.M.; Debert, C.; Bonnet, M.L.; Baillou, C.; Picard, F.; Macintyre, E.A.; Varet, B. 1995: Highly purified primitive hematopoietic stem cells are PML-RARA negative and generate nonclonal progenitors in acute promyelocytic leukemia. Blood 85(8): 2154-2161
Tang, S.; Patterson, B.; Levy, J.A. 1995: Highly purified quiescent human peripheral blood CD4+ T cells are infectible by human immunodeficiency virus but do not release virus after activation. Journal of Virology 69(9): 5659-5665
Madani, S.; Lopez, S.; Blond, J.P.; Prost, J.; Belleville, J. 1998: Highly purified soybean protein is not hypocholesterolemic in rats but stimulates cholesterol synthesis and excretion and reduces polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis. Journal of Nutrition 128(7): 1084-1091
Katagiri, N.; Morishita, Y.; Yamaguchi, M. 1998: Highly regio- and enantio-selective deacylation of carbocyclic 3',5'-di-O-acyloxetanocins by lipases. Tetrahedron Letters 39(17): 2613-2616
Cui, J.-Nan; Teraoka, R.; Ema, T.; Sakai, T.; Utaka, M. 1997: Highly regio- and enantioselective reduction of 1-chloro-2,4-alkanediones using baker's yeast: Effects of organic solvents as additives. Tetrahedron Letters 38(17): 3021-3024
Mori, K.; Murai, O.; Hashimoto, S.; Nakamura, Y. 1996: Highly regio- and stereoselective photocycloaddition between coumarin and thymine by molecular recognition. Tetrahedron Letters 37(47): 8523-8526
Tsvetkov, Y.ry, E.; Kitov, Pavel, I.; Backinowsky, Leon, V.; Kochetkov, Nikolay, K. 1996: Highly regioselective glycosylation of a secondary position in sugar primary-secondary ditrityl ethers. Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry 15(9): 1027-1050
Righti, G.; Franchini, T.; Bonini, C. 1998: Highly regioselective opening of optically active N-Boc -2,3-aziridino alcohol derivatives with metal halides. Tetrahedron Letters 39(16): 2385-2388
Van-Der-Klein, P.A.M.; Filemon, W.; Veeneman, G.H.; Van-Der-Marel, G.A.; Van-Boom, J.H. 1992: Highly regioselective ring opening of five-membered cyclic sulfates with lithium azide: Synthesis of azido sugars. Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry 11(7): 837-848
Crovella, S.; Montagnon, D.; Rumpler, Y. 1993: Highly repeated DNA analysis and systematics of the Lemuridae, a family of malagasy prosimians. Primates 34(1): 61-69
Crovella, S.; Masters, J.C.; Rumpler, Y. 1994: Highly repeated DNA sequences as phylogenetic markers among the Galaginae. American Journal of Primatology 32(3): 177-185
Madsen, C.S.; de Kloet, D.H.; Brooks, J.E.; de Kloet, S.R. 1992: Highly repeated DNA sequences in birds: The structure and evolution of an abundant, tandemly repeated 190-bp DNA fragment in parrots. Genomics 14(2): 462-469
Goto, Y.; Kubota, S.; Kohno, S. 1998: Highly repetitive DNA sequences that are restricted to the germ line in the hagfish Eptatretus cirrhatus: A mosaic of eliminated elements. Chromosoma 107(1): 17-32
Asayama, M.; Kabasawa, M.; Takahashi, I.; Aida, T.; Shirai, M. 1996: Highly repetitive sequences and characteristics of genomic DNA in unicellular cyanobacterial strains. Fems Microbiology Letters 137(2-3): 175-181
Mita, K.; Ichimura, S.; James, T.C. 1994: Highly repetitive structure and its organization of the silk fibroin gene. Journal of Molecular Evolution 38(6): 583-592
Mizukawa, K.; Sugiyama, N.; Mori, Y.; Satoh, K.; Ohkawa, M. 1997: Highly reproducible technique for the estimation of trabecular bone density: three slice method on peripheral quantitative CT. Nihon Igaku Hoshasen Gakkai Zasshi. Nippon Acta Radiologica 57(6): 347-349
Jamin, N.; Dumas, P.; Moncuit, J.; Fridman, W.H.; Teillaud, J.L.; Carr, G.L.; Williams, G.P. 1998: Highly resolved chemical imaging of living cells by using synchrotron infrared microspectrometry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 95(9): 4837-4840
Fukui, Y.; Hashimoto, O.; Inayoshi, A.; Gyotoku, T.; Sano, T.; Koga, T.; Gushima, T.; Sasazuki, T. 1998: Highly restricted T cell repertoire shaped by a single major histocompatibility complex-peptide ligand in the presence of a single rearranged T cell receptor beta chain. Journal of Experimental Medicine 188(5): 897-907
Bellomonte, D.; Di Bernardo M; Russo, R.; Caronia, G.; Spinelli, G. 1998: Highly restricted expression at the ectoderm-endoderm boundary of PIHbox 9, a sea urchin homeobox gene related to the human HB9 gene. Mechanisms of Development 74(1-2): 185-188
Eblen, F.; Graybiel, A.M. 1995: Highly restricted origin of prefrontal cortical inputs to striosomes in the macaque monkey. Journal of Neuroscience: the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience 15(9): 5999-6013
Lim, K.B.; Pardue, H.L. 1996: Highly rugged kinetic method for the enzymatic determination of DNA in agarose gel with array detection using a charge coupled device. Analytica Chimica Acta 329(3): 284-295
Bruno, J.G.; Sincock, S.A.; Stopa, P.J. 1996: Highly selective acridine and ethidium staining of bacterial DNA and RNA. Biotechnic and Histochemistry: Official Publication of the Biological Stain Commission 71(3): 130-136
Zakharova, O.D.; Podust, V.N.; Mustaev, A.A.; Anarbaev, R.O.; Lavrik, O.I. 1995: Highly selective affinity labeling of DNA polymerase alpha-primase from human placenta by reactive analogs of ATP. Biochimie 77(9): 699-702
Kotani, T.; Ishii, A.; Nagaki, Y.; Toyomaki, Y.; Yago, H.; Suehiro, S.; Okukado, N.; Okamoto, K. 1997: Highly selective aldose reductase inhibitors. II. Optimization of the aryl part of 3-(arylmethyl)-2,4,5-trioxoimidazolidine-1-acetic acids. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 45(2): 297-304
Ishii, A.; Kotani, T.; Nagaki, Y.; Shibayama, Y.; Toyomaki, Y.; Okukado, N.; Ienaga, K.; Okamoto, K. 1996: Highly selective aldose reductase inhibitors. 1. 3-(Arylalkyl)-2,4,5-trioxoimidazolidine-1-acetic acids. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 39(9): 1924-1927
Kotani, T.; Nagaki, Y.; Ishii, A.; Konishi, Y.; Yago, H.; Suehiro, S.; Okukado, N.; Okamoto, K. 1997: Highly selective aldose reductase inhibitors. 3. Structural diversity of 3-(arylmethyl)-2,4,5-trioxoimidazolidine-1-acetic acids. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 40(5): 684-694
Anders, E.; Wermann, K.; Wiedel, B.; Vanden-Eynde, J.-Jacques 1997: Highly selective alkylation of 5-amino-1-methyl-1H-1,2,4-triazole with 1-(1-chloroalkyl)pyridinium chlorides under formation of novel geminal bis(heteroarylium) salts: A combined experimental/MO-theoretical study. Liebigs Annalen Recueil 1997(4): 745-752
Tamura, Y.; Watanabe, F.; Nakatani, T.; Yasui, K.; Fuji, M.; Komurasaki, T.; Tsuzuki, H.; Maekawa, R.; Yoshioka, T.; Kawada, K.; Sugita, K.; Ohtani, M. 1998: Highly selective and orally active inhibitors of type IV collagenase (MMP-9 and MMP-2): N-sulfonylamino acid derivatives. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 41(4): 640-649
Wang, J.; Fang, L.; Lopez, D.; Tobias, H. 1993: Highly selective and sensitive amperometric biosensing of glucose at ruthenium-dispersed carbon paste enzyme electrodes. Analytical Letters 26(9): 1819-1830
Kumamoto, C.A.; Francetić, O. 1993: Highly selective binding of nascent polypeptides by an Escherichia coli chaperone protein in vivo. Journal of Bacteriology 175(8): 2184-2188
Skulskii, I.A.; Lapin, A.V. 1992: Highly selective blockade of the frog skin sodium channels by monovalent copper cations. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta 1112(1): 27-28
Reissmann, S.; Schwuchow, C.; Seyfarth, L.; Pineda De Castro, L.F.; Liebmann, C.; Paegelow, I.; Werner, H.; Stewart, J.M. 1996: Highly selective bradykinin agonists and antagonists with replacement of proline residues by N-methyl-D- and L-phenylalanine. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 39(4): 929-936
Drew, M., G.B.; Fengler-Veith, M.; Harwood, L., M.; Jahans, A., W. 1997: Highly selective chirally templated isomunchnone cycloadditions of achiral aldehydes: Synthesis of an enantiopure alpha,beta-dihydroxyacid. Tetrahedron Letters 38(25): 4521-4524
Hashimoto, T.; Saito, S.; Ohki, K.; Sakura, N. 1996: Highly selective cleavage of pyroglutamyl-peptide bond in concentrated hydrochloric acid. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 44(4): 877-879
Butlerman, Albert Jan; Van Loon, Willem M.G.M.; Ghijsen, Rudi T.; Brinkman, Udo A.T.; Huitema, Ina M.; De Groot, Bob 1997: Highly selective determination of macromolecular chlorolignosulfonic acids in river and drinking water using curie-point pyrolysis-gas chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Environmental Science and Technology 31(7): -1952
Koliatsos, V.E.; Price, D.L.; Gouras, G.K.; Cayouette, M.H.; Burton, L.E.; Winslow, J.W. 1994: Highly selective effects of nerve growth factor, brain-derived neurotrophic factor, and neurotrophin-3 on intact and injured basal forebrain magnocellular neurons. Journal of Comparative Neurology 343(2): 247-262
Takahata, H. 1993: Highly selective intramolecular heterocyclization and its application to synthesis of biologically active compounds. Yakugaku Zasshi 113(11): 737-759
Larionov, V.; Kouprina, N.; Graves, J.; Resnick, M.A. 1996: Highly selective isolation of human DNAs from rodent-human hybrid cells as circular yeast artificial chromosomes by transformation-associated recombination cloning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(24): 13925-13930
Krishnan, R.; Zhang, E.; Hakansson, K.; Arni, R.K.; Tulinsky, A.; Lim-Wilby, M.S.; Levy, O.E.; Semple, J.E.; Brunck, T.K. 1998: Highly selective mechanism-based thrombin inhibitors: structures of thrombin and trypsin inhibited with rigid peptidyl aldehydes. Biochemistry 37(35): 12094-12103
D.N.oy, A.E.J.; Besemer, A.C.; Van Bekkum, H. 1995: Highly selective nitroxyl radical-mediated oxidation of primary alcohol groups in water-soluble glucans. Carbohydrate Research 269(1): 89-98
Okada, T.; Takeda, K.; Kouyama, T. 1998: Highly selective separation of rhodopsin from bovine rod outer segment membranes using combination of divalent cation and alkyl(thio)glucoside. Photochemistry and Photobiology 67(5): 495-499
Novakova, M.; Ela, C.; Bowen, W.D.; Hasin, Y.; Eilam, Y. 1998: Highly selective sigma receptor ligands elevate inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate production in rat cardiac myocytes. European Journal of Pharmacology 353(2-3): 315-327
Newman, A.H.; Shah, J.H.; Izenwasser, S.; Heller, B.; Mattson, M.; Tortella, F.C. 1996: Highly selective sigma-1 ligands based on dextromethorphan. Medicinal Chemistry Research 6(2): 102-117
Bouzide, A.; Sauve, G. 1997: Highly selective silver(I) oxide mediated monoprotection of symmetrical diols. Tetrahedron Letters 38(34): 5945-5948
Papadoyannis, I.; Samanidou, V.; Zotou, A. 1995: Highly selective simultaneous determination of eight inorganic anions in drinking water by single column high pressure anion chromatography. Journal of Liquid Chromatography 18(7): 1383-1403
Lu, F.; Ralph, J. 1998: Highly selective syntheses of coniferyl and sinapyl alcohols. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 46(5): 1794-1796
Nabeshima, T.; Aoki, T.; Yano, Y. 1997: Highly selective transport of Ag+ by a macrobicyclic host containing a bipyridine moiety. Tetrahedron Letters 38(48): 8323-8326,. 1
Shuman, R.T.; Rothenberger, R.B.; Campbell, C.S.; Smith, G.F.; Gifford-Moore, D.S.; Gesellchen, P.D. 1993: Highly selective tripeptide thrombin inhibitors. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 36(3): 314-319
Rümenapf, G.; Schwille, P.O.; Wagner, W.; Tiecks, F.P.; Fries, W.; Galewski, D. 1994: Highly selective vagotomy in the rat: effects on bone and mineral metabolism. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 29(3): 232-237
Seishima, M.; Takemura, M.; Saito, K.; Sano, H.; Minatoguchi, S.; Fujiwara, H.; Hachiya, T.; Noma, A. 1996: Highly sensitive ELISA for soluble Fas in serum: increased soluble Fas in the elderly. Clinical Chemistry 42(12): 1911-1914
Parnas, D.; Linial, M. 1998: Highly sensitive ELISA-based assay for quantifying protein levels in neuronal cultures. Brain Research. Brain Research Protocols 2(4): 333-338
Della Ciana, L.; Bernacca, G.; De Nitti, C.; Massaglia, A. 1996: Highly sensitive amperometric enzyme immunoassay for alpha-fetoprotein in human serum. Journal of Immunological Methods 193(1): 51-62
Kataoka, T.; Mori, M.; Nakanishi, T.M.; Matsumoto, S.; Uchiumi, A. 1997: Highly sensitive analytical method for aluminum movement in soybean root through lumogallion staining. Journal of Plant Research 110(1099): 305-309
Hirai, T.; Kitamura, M.; Inoue, Y. 1994: Highly sensitive analytical procedure for methotrexate and its main metabolite 7-hydroxymethotrexate in serum by high-performance liquid chromatography. Yakugaku Zasshi: Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan 114(8): 602-610
Skopinskaya, S.N.; Tamulevich, Y.A.; Yarkov, S.P.; Zlobin, V.N.; Kalinin, Y.T. 1993: Highly sensitive and homogeneous method for the determination of antibodies and antigens by means of liposomes, monoclonal antibodies and complement. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii 1993(1): 77-82
Hieda, Y.; Kashimura, S.; Hara, K.; Kageura, M. 1995: Highly sensitive and rapid determination of theophylline, theobromine and caffeine in human plasma and urine by gradient capillary high-performance liquid chromatography-frit-fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 667(2): 241-246
Wang, J.; Lu, J.; Yarnitzky, C. 1993: Highly sensitive and selective measurements of lead by stripping voltammetry/potentiometry following adsorptive accumulation of the lead-o-cresolphthalexon complex. Analytica Chimica Acta 280(1): 61-67
Kimura, M.; Kanehira, K.; Yokoi, K. 1996: Highly sensitive and simple liquid chromatographic determination in plasma of B6 vitamers, especially pyridoxal 5'-phosphate. Journal of Chromatography A 722(1-2): 295-301
Willemsen, J.J.; Ross, H.A.; Jacobs, M.C.; Lenders, J.W.; Thien, T.; Swinkels, L.M.; Benraad, T.J. 1995: Highly sensitive and specific HPLC with fluorometric detection for determination of plasma epinephrine and norepinephrine applied to kinetic studies in humans. Clinical Chemistry 41(10): 1455-1460
Takarada, Y. 1994: Highly sensitive and specific amplification by primer digestion. Nucleic Acids Research 22(11): 2170-2172
Kulczykowska, E.; Iuvone, P.M. 1998: Highly sensitive and specific assay of plasma melatonin using high-performance liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection preceded by solid-phase extraction. Journal of Chromatographic Science 36(4): 175-178
Dumousseaux, C.; Muramatsu, S.; Takasaki, W.; Takahagi, H. 1994: Highly sensitive and specific determination of pravastatin sodium in plasma by high-performance liquid chromatography with laser-induced fluorescence detection after immobilized antibody extraction. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 83(11): 1630-1636
Engel, G.; Hofmann, U.; Eichelbaum, M. 1995: Highly sensitive and specific gas chromatographic-tandem mass spectrometric method for the determination of trace amounts of antipyrine metabolites in biological material. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 666(1): 111-116
Lang, D.; Böcker, R. 1995: Highly sensitive and specific high-performance liquid chromatographic analysis of 7-hydroxywarfarin, a marker for human cytochrome P-4502C9 activity. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 672(2): 305-309
Heneine, W.; Switzer, W.M. 1996: Highly sensitive and specific polymerase chain reaction assays for detection of baboon and pig cells following xenotransplantation in humans. Transplantation 62(9): 1360-1362
Lee, G.; Pollard, H.B. 1997: Highly sensitive and stable phosphatidylserine liposome aggregation assay for annexins. Analytical Biochemistry 252(1): 160-164
Nakamura, J.; Walker, V.E.; Upton, P.B.; Chiang, S.Y.; Kow, Y.W.; Swenberg, J.A. 1998: Highly sensitive apurinic/apyrimidinic site assay can detect spontaneous and chemically induced depurination under physiological conditions. Cancer Research 58(2): 222-225
Asaeda, A.; Ide, H.; Terato, H.; Takamori, Y.; Kubo, K. 1998: Highly sensitive assay of DNA abasic sites in mammalian cells-optimization of the aldehyde reactive probe method. Analytica Chimica Acta 365(1-3): 35-41
Simon, J.F.; Vernoux, J.P. 1994: Highly sensitive assay of okadaic acid using protein phosphatase and paranitrophenyl phosphate. Natural Toxins 2(5): 293-301
Hayashi, K.; Sasaki, S.; Ikebukuro, K.; Karube, I. 1996: Highly sensitive chemiluminescence flow injection analysis system using microbial peroxidase and a photodiode detector. Analytica Chimica Acta 329(1-2): 127-134
Swillens, S.; Pirson, I. 1994: Highly sensitive control of transcriptional activity by factor heterodimerization. Biochemical Journal 301: 9-12
Schleyer, E.; Reinhardt, J.; Unterhalt, M.; Hiddemann, W. 1995: Highly sensitive coupled-column high-performance liquid chromatographic method for the separation and quantitation of the diastereomers of leucovorin and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate in serum and urine. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 669(2): 319-330
Ohyama, T.; Matsubara, C.; Takamura, K. 1996: Highly sensitive densitometry for sugarphosphoesters and nucleotides using enzymatic hydrolysis on a TLC plate. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 44(6): 1252-1254
Yao, T.; Suzki, S.; Nakahara, T.; Nishino, H. 1998: Highly sensitive detection of L-glutamate by on-line amperometric micro-flow analysis based on enzymatic substrate recycling. Talanta 45(5): 917-923
Nakamura, N.; Matsunaga, T. 1993: Highly sensitive detection of allergen using bacterial magnetic particles. Analytica Chimica Acta 281(3): 585-589
Maeda, T.; Sako, N.; Inouye, N. 1993: Highly sensitive detection of cucumber mosaic virus by using fluorogenic substrate or enzyme-amplified assay in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Bulletin of the Research Institute for Bioresources Okayama University 1(2): 167-174
Heim, A.; Grumbach, I.M.; Zeuke, S.; Top, B. 1998: Highly sensitive detection of gene expression of an intronless gene: amplification of mRNA, but not genomic DNA by nucleic acid sequence based amplification (NASBA). Nucleic Acids Research 26(9): 2250-2251
Fujita, S.; Toru, T.; Kitagawa, Y.; Kagiyama, N.; Omiyama, M.M. 1997: Highly sensitive detection of membrane-bound DNA using fluorescein derivatives. Analytica Chimica Acta 339(3): 289-296
Murakami, S.; Takahashi, Y.; Yoshida, S.; Fuke, I.; Ohmae, K.; Mori, C.; Takagi, M.; Takamizawa, A.; Okayama, H. 1994: Highly sensitive detection of viral RNA genomes in blood specimens by an optimized reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction. Journal of Medical Virology 43(2): 175-181
Caspari, G.; Gerlich, W.H. 1998: Highly sensitive detection of virus genomes in transfusion medicine. Infusionstherapie und Transfusionmedizin 25(2-3): 74-81
Wendzinski, F.; Gründig, B.; Renneberg, R.; Spener, F. 1997: Highly sensitive determination of hydrogen peroxide and peroxidase with tetrathiafulvalene-based electrodes and the application in immunosensing. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 12(1): 43-52
Tagawa, K.; Hayashi, K.; Mizobe, M.; Noda, K. 1993: Highly sensitive determination of imidapril, a new angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitor, and its active metabolite in human plasma and urine using high-performance liquid chromatography with fluorescent labelling reagent. Journal of Chromatography 617(1): 95-103
Hasebe, Y.; Yokobori, K.; Fukasawa, K.; Kogure, T.; Uchiyama, S. 1997: Highly sensitive electrochemical determination of Escherichia coli density using tyrosinase-based chemically amplified biosensor. Analytica Chimica Acta 357(1-2): 51-54
Uchiyama, S.; Ikarugi, T.; Mori, M.; Kasama, K.; Ishikawa, Y.; Kaneko, M.; Umezawa, A. 1993: Highly sensitive electrochemical sensor for ozone in water using porous carbon felt electrode. Electroanalysis 5(2): 121-124
Kjems, L.L.; Røder, M.E.; Dinesen, B.; Hartling, S.G.; Jørgensen, P.N.; Binder, C. 1993: Highly sensitive enzyme immunoassay of proinsulin immunoreactivity with use of two monoclonal antibodies. Clinical Chemistry 39(10): 2146-2150
Dewald, G.W.; Wyatt, W.A.; Juneau, A.L.; Carlson, R.O.; Zinsmeister, A.R.; Jalal, S.M.; Spurbeck, J.L.; Silver, R.T. 1998: Highly sensitive fluorescence in situ hybridization method to detect double BCR/ABL fusion and monitor response to therapy in chronic myeloid leukemia. Blood 91(9): 3357-3365
Ruan, K.H.; Kulmacz, R.J.; Wilson, A.; Wu, K.K. 1993: Highly sensitive fluorimetric enzyme immunoassay for prostaglandin H synthase solubilized from cultured cells. Journal of Immunological Methods 162(1): 23-30
Bhatti, A.R.; Siddiqui, Y.M.; Micusan, V.V. 1994: Highly sensitive fluorogenic enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay: Detection of staphylococcal enterotoxin B. Journal of Microbiological Methods 19(3): 179-187
Tangerman, A. 1997: Highly sensitive gas chromatographic analysis of ethanol in whole blood, serum, urine, and fecal supernatants by the direct injection method. Clinical Chemistry 43(6 Part 1): 1003-1009
Fryirs, B.; Dawson, M.; Mather, L.E. 1997: Highly sensitive gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric method for morphine determination in plasma that is suitable for pharmacokinetic studies. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Sciences and Applications 693(1): 51-57
Uhlig, A.; Schnakenberg, U.; Hintsche, R. 1997: Highly sensitive heavy metal analysis on platinum-and gold-ultramicroelectrode arrays. Electroanalysis 9(2): 125-134
Ramsauer, B.; Braess, J.; Unterhalt, M.; Kaufmann, C.C.; Hiddemann, W.; Schleyer, E. 1995: Highly sensitive high-performance liquid chromatographic assay for 1-beta-D-arabinofuranosylcytosine-5'-stearyl phosphate (cytarabine-ocfosfate). Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 665(1): 183-192
Eichhold, T.H.; Quijano, M.; Seibel, W.L.; Cruze, C.A.; Dobson, R.L.; Wehmeyer, K.R. 1997: Highly sensitive high-performance liquid chromatographic-tandem mass spectrometric method for the analysis of dextromethorphan in human plasma. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Sciences and Applications 698(1-2): 147-154
Fukunaga, K.; Suzuki, T.; Takama, K. 1993: Highly sensitive high-performance liquid chromatography for the measurement of malondialdehyde in biological samples. Journal of Chromatography 621(1): 77-81
Yajima, R.; Chikuma, T.; Kato, T. 1995: Highly sensitive high-performance liquid chromatography-fluorimetric assay method for carboxypeptidase H activity. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 667(2): 333-338
Thévenon, C.; El Bawab, S.; Chantegrel, B.; Lagarde, M. 1998: Highly sensitive measurement of lipid molecular species from biological samples by fluorimetric detection coupled to high-performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Sciences and Applications 708(1-2): 39-47
Vitale, A.A.; Ferrari, C.C.; Aldana, H.; Affanni, J.M. 1996: Highly sensitive method for the determination of melatonin by normal-phase high-performance liquid chromatography with fluorometric detection. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Applications 681(2): 381-384
Matsushima, H.; Takanuki, K.I.; Kamimura, H.; Watanabe, T.; Higuchi, S. 1997: Highly sensitive method for the determination of tamsulosin hydrochloride in human plasma dialysate, plasma and urine by high-performance liquid chromatography-electrospray tandem mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography. B Biomedical Sciences and Applications 695(2): 317-327
Kodama, S.; Suzuki, T. 1995: Highly sensitive method for urea detection in wine. Journal of Food Science 60(5): 1097-1099, 1109
Chiocchia, G.; Smith, K.A. 1997: Highly sensitive method to detect mRNAs in individual cells by direct RT-PCR using Tth DNA polymerase. Biotechniques 22(2): 312-4 316 318
Azuma, S.; Kishino, S.; Katayama, S.; Akahori, Y.; Matsushita, H. 1997: Highly sensitive mutation assay for mutagenicity monitoring of indoor air using Salmonella typhimurium YG1041 and a microsuspension method. Mutagenesis 12(5): 373-377
Kulakov, Y.K.; Gorelov, V.N.; Motin, V.L.; Brukhanskii, G.V.; Skavronskaya, A.G. 1992: Highly sensitive non-isotopic DNA hybridization system using amplification (polymerase chain reaction) for identification and indication of Brucella. Molekulyarnaya Genetika Mikrobiologiya i Virusologiya 1992(7-8): 23-27
Beckers, T.; Schmidt, P.; Hilgard, P. 1994: Highly sensitive northern hybridization of rare mRNA using a positively charged nylon membrane. Biotechniques 16(6): 1074-1078
Ingelbrecht, I.L.; Mandelbaum, C.I.; Mirkov, T.E. 1998: Highly sensitive northern hybridization using a rapid protocol for downward alkaline blotting of RNA. Biotechniques 25(3): 420
Chance, B.; Kang, K.; He, L.; Weng, J.; Sevick, E. 1993: Highly sensitive object location in tissue models with linear in-phase and anti-phase multi-element optical arrays in one and two dimensions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(8): 3423-3427
Petit, T.; Raynal, B.; Socié, G.; Landman-Parker, J.; Bourhis, J.H.; Gluckman, E.; Pico, J.; Brison, O. 1994: Highly sensitive polymerase chain reaction methods show the frequent survival of residual recipient multipotent progenitors after non-T-cell-depleted bone marrow transplantation. Blood 84(10): 3575-3583
Yamamoto, S.; Folks, T.M.; Heneine, W. 1996: Highly sensitive qualitative and quantitative detection of reverse transcriptase activity: Optimization, validation, and comparative analysis with other detection systems. Journal of Virological Methods 61(1-2): 135-143
Yio, X.Y.; Jiang, J.; Yin, F.Z.; Ruan, K.H. 1992: Highly sensitive sandwich enzyme immunoassay for alpha-fetoprotein in human saliva. Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 29: 519-522
Nakamura, J.; Igarashi, S. 1996: Highly sensitive spectrofluorometric determination of nucleic acid based on the aggregation of two oppositely charged kinds of water-soluble porphyrins. Analytical Letters 29(14): 2453-2461
Kawakami, T.; Igarashi, S. 1996: Highly sensitive spectrophotometric determination of nitrite ion using 5,10,15,20-tetrakis(4-aminophenyl)porphine for application to natural waters. Analytica Chimica Acta 333(1-2): 175-180
Ng, V.L.; Valdes-Camin, R.; Gottfried, E.L.; Echaves, S.A.; Stead, A.G.; Ebert, R.F. 1998: Highly sensitive thromboplastins do not improve INR precision. American Journal of Clinical Pathology 109(3): 338-346
Yuan, J.; Wang, G.; Kimura, H.; Matsumoto, K. 1997: Highly sensitive time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay of human immunoglobulin e by using a new europium fluorescent chelate as a label. Analytical Biochemistry 254(2): 283-287
Oda, Y.; Yamazaki, H.; Watanabe, M.; Nohmi, T.; Shimada, T. 1993: Highly sensitive umu test system for the detection of mutagenic nitroarenes in Salmonella typhimurium NM3009 having high O-acetyltransferase and nitroreductase activities. Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis 21(4): 357-364
Ogiwara, S.; Kiuchi, K.; Nagatsu, T.; Teradaira, R.; Nagatsu, I.; Fujita, K.; Sugimoto, T. 1992: Highly sensitive, specific enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay of neopterin and biopterin in biological samples. Clinical Chemistry 38(10): 1954-1958
Labenz, J.; Börsch, G. 1994: Highly significant change of the clinical course of relapsing and complicated peptic ulcer disease after cure of Helicobacter pylori infection. American Journal of Gastroenterology 89(10): 1785-1788
Makristathis, A.; Rokita, E.; Labigne, A.; Willinger, B.; Rotter, M.L.; Hirschl, A.M. 1998: Highly significant role of Helicobacter pylori urease in phagocytosis and production of oxygen metabolites by human granulocytes. Journal of Infectious Diseases 177(3): 803-806
Pau, C.P.; Lee-Thomas, S.; Auwanit, W.; George, J.R.; Ou, C.Y.; Parekh, B.S.; Granade, T.C.; Holloman, D.L.; Phillips, S.; Schochetman, G. 1993: Highly specific V3 peptide enzyme immunoassay for serotyping HIV-1 specimens from Thailand. Aids 7(3): 337-340
Balhoff, J.P.; Stephens, J.M. 1998: Highly specific and quantitative activation of STATs in 3T3-L1 adipocytes. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 247(3): 894-900
Fujii, Y.; Ikeda, Y.; Yamazaki, M. 1994: Highly specific anti-digoxin antiserum from immunization with digoxin 3'-hemisuccinate-bovine serum albumin conjugate. Clinical Chemistry 40(1): 172-173
Han, I.S.; Choi, J.H. 1996: Highly specific cytochrome P450-like enzymes for all-trans-retinoic acid in T47D human breast cancer cells. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 81(6): 2069-2075
Trinquier, S.; Flécheux, O.; Bullenger, M.; Castex, F. 1995: Highly specific immunoassay for cardiac troponin i assessed in noninfarct patients with chronic renal failure or severe polytrauma. Clinical Chemistry 41(11): 1675-1676
Zhou, G.Q.; Baranov, V.; Zimmermann, W.; Grunert, F.; Erhard, B.; Mincheva-Nilsson, L.; Hammarström, S.; Thompson, J. 1997: Highly specific monoclonal antibody demonstrates that pregnancy-specific glycoprotein (PSG) is limited to syncytiotrophoblast in human early and term placenta. Placenta 18(7): 491-501
Brown, K.C.; Yang, S.H.; Kodadek, T. 1995: Highly specific oxidative cross-linking of proteins mediated by a nickel-peptide complex. Biochemistry 34(14): 4733-4739
Nevill-Manning, C.G.; Wu, T.D.; Brutlag, D.L. 1998: Highly specific protein sequence motifs for genome analysis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 95(11): 5865-5871
Deberg, M.; Houssa, P.; Frank, B.H.; Sodoyez-Goffaux, F.; Sodoyez, J.C. 1998: Highly specific radioimmunoassay for human insulin based on immune exclusion of all insulin precursors. Clinical Chemistry 44(7): 1504-1513
Appel, J.R.; Muller, S.; Benkirane, N.; Houghten, R.A.; Pinilla, C. 1996: Highly specific, cross-reactive sequences recognized by an anti-HBsAg antibody identified from a positional scanning synthetic combinatorial library. Peptide Research 9(4): 174-182
Eray, M.; Dogan, N., S.; Liu, L.; Koch, A., R.; Moffett, D.F.; Silber, M.; Van-Wie, B., J. 1994: Highly stable bilayer lipid membranes (BLMs) formed on microfabricated polyamide apertures. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 9(4-5): 343-351
Takahashi, T.; Nakagawa, M.; Yoshida, M.; Takeuchi, H. 1992: Highly stable solid-state X-ray detector array. Medical Physics 19(5): 1161-1166
Mukai, C.; Kim, I.J.; Furu, E.; Hanaoka, M. 1993: Highly stereocontrolled asymmetric syntheses of taxol and taxotere C-13 side chain analogues. Tetrahedron 49(37): 8323-8336
Yamazaki, T.; Umetani, H.; Kitazume, T. 1997: Highly stereoselective S-N2' reactions of Grignard reagents towards CF-3-containing allylic acetates. Tetrahedron Letters 38(38): 6705-6708
Toyooka, N.; Tanaka, K.; Momose, T.; Daly, J., W.; Garraffo, H.M.rtin 1997: Highly stereoselective construction of trans(2,3)-cis(2,6)-trisubstituted piperidines: An application to the chiral synthesis of Dendrobates alkaloids. Tetrahedron 53(28): 9553-9574
Enholm, E.J.; Jiang, S. 1992: Highly stereoselective couplings of carbohydrate lactones with terpene ketones promoted by SmI-2. Tetrahedron Letters 33(41): 6069-6072
Toshima, H.; Aramaki, H.; Furumoto, Y.; Inamura, S.; Ichihara, A. 1998: Highly stereoselective syntheses of spiroacetal enol ethers, (E)- and (Z)-methoxycarbonylmethylene-1,6-dioxaspiro(4.5)decanes. Tetrahedron 54(21): 5531-5544
Karpiesiuk, W.; Banaszek, A. 1994: Highly stereoselective synthesis of alpha,beta-linked, nonreducing disaccharides related to tunicamycin. Carbohydrate Research 261(2): 243-253
Borowiecka, J. 1997: Highly stereoselective synthesis of the 1-O-acylglycosyl ester of diclofenac via glycosyl phosphorothioates, -selenoates and -dithioates as glycosyl donors. Liebigs Annalen-Recueil. 1997(10): 2147-2150,.
Jung, M., E.; Nichols, C., J. 1996: Highly stereoselective synthesis of trans,trans-4-aryl-2,3-oxetanedimethanols: Preparation of oxetanocin A analogues. Tetrahedron Letters 37(43): 7667-7670
Tang, Y.; Chi, Z.F.; Huang, Y.Z.; Dai, L.X.; Yu, Y.H. 1996: Highly stereoselective synthesis of vinyl and ethynylcyclopropane 1,1-dicarboxylic esters via semi-stabilized telluronium ylides. Tetrahedron 52(26): 8747-8754
Yauch, R.L.; Berditchevski, F.; Harler, M.B.; Reichner, J.; Hemler, M.E. 1998: Highly stoichiometric, stable, and specific association of integrin alpha3beta1 with CD151 provides a major link to phosphatidylinositol 4-kinase, and may regulate cell migration. Molecular Biology of the Cell 9(10): 2751-2765
Kodric Brown, A.; Brown, J.H. 1993: Highly structured fish communities in Australian desert springs. Ecology (Washington D C) 74(6): 1847-1855
Athanasou, N.A.; Puddle, B.; Sallie, B. 1995: Highly sulphated glycosaminoglycans in articular cartilage and other tissues containing beta 2 microglobulin dialysis amyloid deposits. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 10(9): 1672-1678
Favre, C.J.; Schrenzel, J.; Jacquet, J.; Lew, D.P.; Krause, K.H. 1996: Highly supralinear feedback inhibition of Ca2+ uptake by the Ca2+ load of intracellular stores. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(25): 14925-14930
Martin, B.D.; Linhardt, R.J.; Dordick, J.S. 1998: Highly swelling hydrogels from ordered galactose-based polyacrylates. Biomaterials 19(1-3): 69-76
Tikhomirov, D.F.; Stolbova, V.V.; Svetlichnyi, V.A.; Klesov, A.A. 1992: Highly thermostable cellulase complex of an extremely thermophilic bacterium Anaerocellum thermophilum. Prikladnaya Biokhimiya i Mikrobiologiya 28(3): 339-347
Zverlov, V.V.; Volkov, I.Y.; Velikodvorskaya, T.V.; Schwarz, W.H. 1997: Highly thermostable endo-1,3-beta-glucanase (laminarinase) LamA from Thermotoga neapolitana: nucleotide sequence of the gene and characterization of the recombinant gene product. Microbiology 143: 1701-1708
Haubek, D.; Poulsen, K.; Westergaard, J.; Dahlèn, G.; Kilian, M. 1996: Highly toxic clone of Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans in geographically widespread cases of juvenile periodontitis in adolescents of African origin. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 34(6): 1576-1578
Ariyoshi, N.; Iwasaki, M.; Kato, H.; Tsusaki, S.; Hamamura, M.; Ichiki, T.; Oguri, K. 1998: Highly toxic coplanar PCB126 reduces liver peroxisomal enzyme activities in rats. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 5(3): 219-225
Kroon, C.; ten Hove, W.R.; de Boer, A.; Kroon, J.M.; van der Pol, J.M.; Harthoorn-Lasthuizen, E.J.; Schoemaker, H.C.; van der Meer, F.J.; Cohen, A.F. 1992: Highly variable anticoagulant response after subcutaneous administration of high-dose (12,500 IU) heparin in patients with myocardial infarction and healthy volunteers. Circulation 86(5): 1370-1375
Nowak, T.V.; Johnson, C.P.; Kalbfleisch, J.H.; Roza, A.M.; Wood, C.M.; Weisbruch, J.P.; Soergel, K.H. 1995: Highly variable gastric emptying in patients with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. Gut 37(1): 23-29
Kerem, E.; Kalman, Y.M.; Yahav, Y.; Shoshani, T.; Abeliovich, D.; Szeinberg, A.; Rivlin, J.; Blau, H.; Tal, A.; Ben-Tur, L. 1995: Highly variable incidence of cystic fibrosis and different mutation distribution among different Jewish ethnic groups in Israel. Human Genetics 96(2): 193-197
Whitmore, T., J.; Brenner, M.; Schelske, C.L. 1996: Highly variable sediment distribution in shallow, wind-stressed lakes: A case for sediment-mapping surveys in paleolimnological studies. Journal of Paleolimnology 15(3): 207-221
Bekhit, A.B.A. 1997: Highly virulent form of infectious bursal disease in Egypt: Some epidemiological observations. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 67(5): 363-366
Monma, Y.; Chen, Z.J.; Mayama, H.; Kamiyama, K.; Shimizu, F. 1996: Highly virulent strains of herpes simplex virus fail to kill mice following infection via gingival route. Journal of Dental Research 75(4): 974-979
Meade, M.; Nakas, J.; Tanenbaum, S. 1993: Highly viscous polysaccharide produced by an Enterobacter isolate on a hemicellulose hydrolysate. Biotechnology letters 15(4): 389-392
Greenwald, R., B.; Pendri, A.; Bolikal, D.; Gilbert, C., W. 1994: Highly water soluble taxol derivatives: 2'-Polyethyleneglycol esters as potential prodrugs. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 4(20): 2465-2470
Dobbs, L.G.; Gonzalez, R.; Matthay, M.A.; Carter, E.P.; Allen, L.; Verkman, A.S. 1998: Highly water-permeable type I alveolar epithelial cells confer high water permeability between the airspace and vasculature in rat lung. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 95(6): 2991-2996
Casella, I.G.; Gatta, M.; Guascito, M.R.; Cataldi, T.R.I. 1997: Highly-dispersed copper microparticles on the active gold substrate as an amperometric sensor for glucose. Analytica Chimica Acta 357(1-2): 63-71
Faber, K.N.; Haima, P.; Harder, W.; Veenhuis, M.; Ab, G. 1994: Highly-efficient electrotransformation of the yeast Hansenula polymorpha. Current Genetics 25(4): 305-310
Schuren, F.H.; Wessels, J.G. 1994: Highly-efficient transformation of the homobasidiomycete Schizophyllum commune to phleomycin resistance. Current Genetics 26(2): 179-183
Kizawa, K.; Uchiwa, H.; Murakami, U. 1996: Highly-expressed S100A3, a calcium-binding protein, in human hair cuticle. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta 1312(2): 94-98
Papouchado, M.L.; Valdez, S.N.; Ermácora, M.R.; Gañan, S.; Poskus, E. 1997: Highly-sensitive and specific enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for GAD65 autoantibodies using a thioredoxin-GAD65 fusion antigen. Journal of Immunological Methods 207(2): 169-178
Funaki, N.; Tanaka, J.; Seto, S.; Kasamatsu, T.; Kaido, T.; Imamura, M. 1995: Highly-sensitive identification of alpha-fetoprotein mRNA in circulating peripheral blood of hepatocellular carcinoma patients. Life Sciences 57(17): 1621-1631
Birkan, M.; Avignon, T.; Reitz, F.; Vignon, V. 1994: Highway effects on breeding success of the grey partridge (Perdix perdix) in a plain of large-scale wheat farming. Gibier Faune Sauvage 11(3): 207-218
Rosen, P.C.; Lowe, C.H. 1994: Highway mortality of snakes in the sonoran desert of southern Arizona. Biological Conservation 68(2): 143-148
Thomson, N.R.; Mcbean, E.A.; Snodgrass, W.; Monstrenko, I.B. 1997: Highway stormwater runoff quality: Development of surrogate parameter relationships. Water Air and Soil Pollution 94(3-4): 307-347
Hoshino, M.; Suzuki, E.; Nabeshima, Y.; Hama, C. 1996: Hikaru genki protein is secreted into synaptic clefts from an early stage of synapse formation in Drosophila. Development 122(2): 589-597
Bajaj, V.; Hwang, C.; Lee, C.A. 1995: HilA is a novel ompR/toxR family member that activates the expression of Salmonella typhimurium invasion genes. Molecular Microbiology 18(4): 715-727
Guthrie, J.A.; Ward, J.; Robinson, P.J. 1996: Hilar cholangiocarcinomas: T2-weighted spin-echo and gadolinium-enhanced FLASH MR imaging. Radiology 201(2): 347-351
Remy-Jardin, M.; Duyck, P.; Remy, J.; Petyt, L.; Wurtz, A.; Mensier, E.; Copin, M.C.; Riquet, M. 1995: Hilar lymph nodes: identification with spiral CT and histologic correlation. Radiology 196(2): 387-394
Malik, K.J.; Weber, S.L.; Sohail, S.; Balaan, M.R. 1998: Hilar mass and papilledema on presentation. Chest 113(1): 227-229
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Launer, L.J.; Jama, J.W.; Ott, A.; Breteler, M.M.; Hoes, A.W.; Hofman, A. 1997: Histamine H2 blocking drugs and the risk for Alzheimer's disease: The Rotterdam study. Neurobiology of Aging 18(2): 257-259
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