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Wilson, C.M.; Farmery, M.R.; Bulleid, N.J. 2000: Pivotal role of calnexin and mannose trimming in regulating the endoplasmic reticulum-associated degradation of major histocompatibility complex class I heavy chain. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 275(28): 224-32
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Hirakawa, M.; Oike, M.; Watanabe, M. 2006: Pivotal role of integrin a5b1 in hypotonic stress-induced responses of human endothelium. The FASEB Journal 20(12): 92-9
Matsukawa, A.; Hogaboam, C.M.; Lukacs, N.W.; Lincoln, P.M.; Evanoff, H.L.; Kunkel, S.L. 2000: Pivotal role of the CC chemokine, macrophage-derived chemokine, in the innate immune response. Journal of Immunology 164(10): 5362-5368
Muster, C.J.; Machattie, L.A.; Shapiro, J.A. 1983: PlCM system: observations on the roles of transposable elements in formation and breakdown of plasmids derived from bacteriophage lambda replicons. Journal of Bacteriology 153: 6-90
Ciesinksi, T. 2007: Place Invaders. Organic Gardening (2003) 55(1)
Vallortigara, G.; Zanforlin, M. 1989: Place and object learning in chicks (Gallus gallus domesticus). Journal of Comparative Psychology 103: 1-9
Edelman, G.M.; Cunningham, B.A. 1990: Place-dependent cell adhesion, process retraction, and spatial signaling in neural morphogenesis. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 55: 303-318
Rajakumar, A.; Jeyabalan, A.; Markovic, N. 2007: Placental HIF-1a, HIF-2a, membrane and soluble VEGF receptor-1 proteins are not increased in normotensive pregnancies complicated by late-onset intrauterine growth restriction. American Journal of Physiology 293(2): 66-R774
Philipp, M.; Brede, M.E.; Hadamek, K. 2002: Placental a2-adrenoreceptors control vascular development at the interface between mother and embryo. Nature Genetics 31(3): 1-15
Takeda, K.; Ho, V.C.; Takeda, H. 2006: Placental but Not Heart Defects Are Associated with Elevated Hypoxia-Inducible Factor a Levels in Mice Lacking Prolyl Hydroxylase Domain Protein 2. Molecular and Cellular Biology 26(22): 36-46
Grigore, D.; Ojeda, N.B.; Robertson, E.B.; Dawson, A.S.; Huffman, C.A.; Bourassa, E.A.; Speth, R.C.; Brosnihan, K.B.; Alexander, B.T. 2007: Placental insufficiency results in temporal alterations in the renin angiotensin system in male hypertensive growth restricted offspring. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 293(2): R804-R811
Freemark, M.; Comer, M.; Handwerger, S. 1986: Placental lactogen and GH receptors in sheep liver: striking differences in ontogeny and function. American Journal of Physiology 251(3 Part 1): E328-E333
Sarkar, B.; Mas, A.; Yeger, H. 1992: Placental metabolism of nickel. Advances in Environmental Science and Techology 25 : 3-86
Stewart, J.R.; Thompson, M.B. 1998: Placental ontogeny of the Australian scincid lizards Niveoscincus coventryi and Pseudemoia spenceri. Journal of Experimental Zoology 282(4-5): 535-559
Stewart, J.R. 1992: Placental structure and nutritional provision to embryos in predominantly lecithotrophic viviparous reptiles. American Zoologist 32(2): 303-312
Hungund, B.L.; Morishima, H.O.; Gokhale, V.S.; Cooper, T.B. 1993: Placental transfer of (3H)-GM1 and its distribution to maternal and fetal tissues of the rat. Life Sciences 53(2): 113-119
Li, P.X.; Wong, J.; Ayed, A. 2000: Placental transforming growth factor-b is a downstream mediator of the growth arrest and apoptotic response of tumor cells to DNA damage and p53 overexpression. Journal of Biological Chemistry 275(26): 127-135
Peterson, J. 2004: Places to Grow. American Vegetable Grower 52(12)
Dawe, Nancy Anne 1991: Places of grace. Unique projects boast the best urban forestry. American Forests 97: 6
Spencer, L.M. 1996: Placing value on our feline friends. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 208: 2-3
Lindsay, R.M.; Rohrer, H. 1985: Placodal sensory neurons in culture: nodose ganglion neurons are unresponsive to NGF, lack NGF receptors but are supported by a liver-derived neurotrophic factor. Developmental Biology 112(1): 30-48
Monti, D.J. 1998: Plague cases escalate again in new Mexico. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 213(2): 192-193
Lopez, T. 1997: Plague finding ways to stop a killer. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 211(3): 280-281
Gunn, D. 1988: Construction of a fee. Veterinary Record 123(11): 286
Shitamori, S.; Nakamura, R. 1983: Plakalbumin converts to heat-stable form under the same condition as an ovalbumin-s-ovalbumin transformation. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 31: 3-16
Knudsen, K.A.; Wheelock, M.J. 1992: Plakoglobin, or an 83-kD homologue distinct from b-catenin, interacts with E-cadherin and N-cadherin. The Journal of Cell Biology 118(3): 1-9
Anonymous 2007: Plan Ahead. American Vegetable Grower 55(11
Fuller, K. 2003: Plan for Healthy Soil. American Fruit Grower 123(4)
Anonymous 2002: Plan Policy to Avoid Regulatory and Resistance Pitfalls. Farmers Weekly 137(6)
Catlin, D.E. 2000: Plan ahead for conflict resolution. DVM 31(12)
Anonymous 2004: Plan farm transition between generations. Delta Farm Press 61(8)
Anonymous 1999: Plan for action on veterinary medicines. The Veterinary Record 145(25): 8-19
Baird, R.K. 2000: Plan for your future: it's never too late to save. Landscape Management 39(7): 14
Anonymous 2003: Plan how to pass on your assets. Farmers Weekly 139(26): rm Finance 12-Farm Finance 13
Inman, J.W. 1995: Plan machinery purchases ahead of time. American Vegetable Grower 43: 9
Im, S. 1984: Plan mixte equilibre a deux facteurs hierarchiques pour les donnees binaires. Biometrics 40: 3-92
Anonymous 2003: Plan needed to comply with labor laws. Southeast Farm Press 30(3)
Anonymous 2004: Plan now and prosper in '05. Landscape Management 43(10 O 2004
Barton, S. 1996: Plan now for Christmas 1996. American Nurseryman 183: 7
Anonymous 2003: Plan to compensate for plunging milk profits. Farmers Weekly 139(14)
Catanzaro, T.E. 2000: Plan to retire at any stage of your career. DVM 31(5)
Sanders, D. 1994: Plan to use cover crops next summer. American Vegetable Grower 42: 9
Clinton, V.L. 1983: Plan your manipulations. Gleanings in Bee Culture 111: 4
Anonymous 2003: Plan, Pray, Persevere. Delta Farm Press 60(20): 3
Klein, T.J.; Mlodzik, M. 2005: Planar cell polarization: an emerging model points in the right direction. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 21: 155-176
Renger, B. 2001: Planar chromatography procedures in pharmaceutical analysis. Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 84(4): 17
Grebe, E.; Schaeffer, D.J. 1991: Planarians in toxicology, standardization of a rapid neurobehavioral toxicity test using phenol in a crossover study. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 46(6): 866-870
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Moustaka Gouni, M.; Vardaka, E.; Michaloudi, E.; Kormas, K.A.; Tryfon, E.; Mihalatou, H.; Gkelis, S.; Lanaras, T. 2006: Plankton food web structure in a eutrophic polymictic lake with a history of toxic cyanobacterial blooms. Limnology and Oceanography uary; 51(1): 715-727 (Part 2)
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Hannan, Cheryl Ann 1984: Planktonic larvae may act like passive particles in turbulent near-bottom flows. Limnology and Oceanography 29: 08-16
O'Foighil, D. 1989: Planktotrophic larval development is associated with a restricted geographic range in Lasaea, a genus of brooding, hermaphroditic bivalves. Marine Biology (Berlin): 1033: 349-358
Nurden, R. 1987: Planned Production Programme, Montserrat, W.I. Tropical Agriculture 64: 3
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Beutler, E. 1986: Planned obsolescence in humans and in other biosystems. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 29(2): 175-179
Anonymous 2003: Planners lose the plot, customers lose the way. Farmers Weekly 138(19)
Anonymous 2004: Planners stonewall accommodation solution for much-travelled shepherd. Farmers Weekly 140(11)
Swistock, B.R. 2004: Planning a Pond. American Vegetable Grower 52(5)
Anonymous 2004: Planning Ahead is the Key. Beef 40(8): , 28
Swistock, B.R. 2004: Planning for a Pond. American Fruit Grower 124(3)
Niederholzer, F. 1999: Planning a block. American Fruit Grower 119(12)
Hensel, M. 1983: Planning a garden tour in England. Horticulture 61: 46
Davis, R.H. 1989: Planning a potting shed. Horticulture 67: 15
Cook, A. 1983: Planning ahead to save work. Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record, Plants and Gardens 39 Spring : 10
Robertson, J.M.; Conway, D.A.; Pecor, C. 1994: Planning and conducting external program reviews. Fisheries 18
Shanan, L. 1992: Planning and management of irrigation systems in developing countries. Part I. Defining the problems of irrigation planning in developing countries. Agricultural Water Management 22: 77
Shanan, L. 1992: Planning and management of irrigation systems in developing countries. Part II. Guidelines for planning and operating structured irrigation systems. Agricultural Water Management 22: 224
Anonymous 2006: Planning and reality. The Veterinary Record 159(13): 7
Elia, L. 2002: Planning before planting. American Fruit Grower 122(3)
Allen, C.J. 2001: Planning can keep legal costs more affordable. DVM 32(7): 20
Stone, H. 2004: Planning for New Orleans. Food Technology 58(10)
Winterrowd, W. 2006: Planning for Spring. Horticulture 103(6): 5
Anonymous 2005: Planning for a bright future. Farmers Weekly 142(12)
Anonymous 2004: Planning for a decoupled farming future. Crops: 9
O'dell, Charles, R. 1990: Planning for a profitable season. American Fruit Grower 110: 4
Anonymous 2004: Planning for an uncertain future. The Veterinary Record 154(24): 7
Shettleworth, S.J. 2007: Planning for breakfast. Nature 445: 5-6
Jones, J.W. 1992: Planning for climate change. Accurate models are needed to develop sustainable agricultural systems. Agricultural Engineering 73: 8
Strange, S. 1995: Planning for disaster can save your practice. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 206: 4
Riley, K.Y. 1988: Planning for healthy trees. American Horticulturist 67: 3
Holdgate, M.W. 1989: Planning for our common future: options for action. Environment 31: 17
Sarner, H. 1985: Planning for retirement. The Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 21: 8-60
Sanders, D. 2001: Planning for success. American Vegetable Grower 49(3
Teh, L.; Cabanban, A.S. 2007: Planning for sustainable tourism in southern Pulau Banggi: an assessment of biophysical conditions and their implications for future tourism development. Journal of Environmental Management 85(4): 999-1008
Anonymous 1988: Planning for the 21st century: where the markets will be. Foreign Agriculture 26: 8
Anonymous 1988: Planning for veterinarians yet unborn. The Veterinary Record 122: 3
Anonymous 2004: Planning headache resolved- but not without a battle. Poultry World 158(10)
Lanfersieck, J.; Squires, D. 1992: Planning models for individual transferable quota programs. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49: 13-21
Anonymous 2007: Planning on delivery. The Veterinary Record 160(20): 3
Anonymous 1984: Planning permission. The Veterinary Record 115: 9
Bernard, D.R.; Marshall, R.P.; Clark, J.E. 1998: Planning programs to estimate salmon harvest with coded-wire tags. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55(8): 1983-1995
Anonymous 2005: Planning proves a slow process. Farmers Weekly 142(12)
Anonymous 2003: Planning the future of the BVA: the next stage. The Veterinary Record 152(19): 6-7
Outcalt, R.F. 1990: Planning to diversify? Before diversifying your business, make sure it is financially stable. American Nurseryman 171: 5
Aylsworth, J.D. 1997: Planning to keep Michigan GREEEN. American Vegetable Grower 45: 9
Anonymous 2003: Planning to protect. Crops: 17
Anonymous 2003: Planning wrangle casts a shadow over festive cheer. Farmers Weekly 138(1)
Hosey, T.; Percival, B. 1983: Planning, writing, designing and printing tips: a newsletter can be a powerful sales tool. American Nurseryman 158: 5
Anonymous 2004: Plans for a seventh UK veterinary school. Veterinary Record 154(17): 4
Anonymous 2003: Plans for the farms new acres. Farmers Weekly 138(3)
Anonymous 2002: Plans in the pipeline to rescue mart. Farmers Weekly 137(15)
Anonymous 1999: Plans to help strengthen veterinary research. The Veterinary Record 144(2)
Anonymous 2003: Plans to improve welfare of animals in transit. The Veterinary Record 153(4)
Anonymous 2001: Plans to invest £10 million in Liverpool veterinary school. The Veterinary Record 149(19): 1
Anonymous 1998: Plans to restructure the beef industry. The Veterinary Record 142(13): 8
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Anonymous 2006: Plant Breeding and the Public Sector: Who Will Train Plant Breeders in the U.S. and around the World?. HortScience 41(1): 56
Anonymous 2004: Plant Carbon-Nitrogen Interactions from Rhizosphere to Planet. Journal of Experimental Botany 55: 57
Maxted, N. 2007: Plant Conservation Genetics. Experimental Agriculture 43(2): 9
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Adjobo Hermans, M.J.W.; Goedhart, J.; Gadella, T.W.J.J. 2006: Plant G protein heterotrimers require dual lipidation motifs of Ga and Gg and do not dissociate upon activation. Journal of Cell Science 119(24): 87-97
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Anonymous 2003: Plant Hunters Rediscover Lost Rhododendrons. American Gardener 82(1)
Anonymous 2003: Plant Metabolomics Special Issue. Phytochemistry 62(6): XII, 815-1017
Anonymous 2006: Plant Mineral Nutrition. Plant and Soil 279(1-2): 73
Chen, R. 1998: Plant NADP-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenases are predominantly localized in the cytosol. Planta 207(2): 280-285
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Anonymous 2005: Plant bugs increasing pest in Louisiana cotton. Delta Farm Press 62(7): 13
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Anonymous 1983: Plant gluts trouble mailorder nurserymen. American Nurseryman 158: 7-9
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Anonymous 1997: Plant membranes and bioenergetics. Physiologia Plantarum 100: 90
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Anonymous 1984: Plant protection prospects: the world view from Brighton. International Pest Control 26: 6
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