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1. Abbreviations

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2. Identifizierung von LEF-1 Zielgenen


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3. Peak intensity prediction in MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry: A machine learning study to support quantitative proteomics

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4. Serine Acts as a Metabolic Signal for the Transcriptional Control of Photorespiration-Related Genes in Arabidopsis1[W]

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5. The Hydroxypyruvate-Reducing System in Arabidopsis: Multiple Enzymes for the Same End1[W]

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6. The cannabinoid receptors agonist WIN55212-2 inhibits macrophageal differentiation and alters expression and phosphorylation of cell cycle control proteins


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7. Imaging of hypoxic–ischemic penumbra with 18F-fluoromisonidazole PET/CT and measurement of related cerebral metabolism in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage

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8. The cannabinoid receptors agonist WIN55212-2 inhibits macrophageal differentiation and alters expression and phosphorylation of cell cycle control proteins

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9. Par-complex proteins promote proliferative progenitor divisions in the developing mouse cerebral cortex


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10. Par-complex proteins promote proliferative progenitor divisions in the developing mouse cerebral cortex


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