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Structural determinants of substrate oxidation by horseradish peroxidase isoenzyme C.

Christopher George White

University of Sussex, 1998.

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Studies on non-primate growth hormones : molecular evolution and structure-function relationships.

Alexandros Lioupis

University of Sussex, 1998.

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Characterisation and expression of a neuropeptide receptor from Lymnaea stagnalis.

Sharon Lesley Brownlow

University of Sussex, 1998.

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The properties of [H42E]HRP-C, a horseradish peroxidase variant in which histidine 42, a proton acceptor, is replaced by a glutamate.

Simon Peter Jennings

University of Sussex, 1998.

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Co-localisation and release of multiple peptide neurotransmitters in Lymnaea stagnalis.

Andrew C Dobbins

University of Sussex, 1998.

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The development and use of an in vitro bioassay for pituitary growth hormone.

Deborah Kate Burbridge

University of Sussex, 1998.

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The activation of C-ERBB2 receptor and loss of P53 function in breast cancer.

Meryem Alagoz

University of Sussex, 1998.

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The regulation of hepatic nitric oxide synthesis and inhibition of glucose output during endotoxic shock.

Fiona Susan Smith

University of Sussex, 1998.

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