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1. Eph receptor clustering is the central integrator in eliciting graded Kinase-dependent signaling responses

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http://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/14765/1/Schaupp_Andreas.pdf
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2. The composition of EphB2 clusters determines the strength in the cellular repulsion response

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3. In vitro expression of the HIV-2 genomic RNA is controlled by three distinct internal ribosome entry segments that are regulated by the HIV protease and the Gag polyprotein


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4. In vitro expression of the HIV-2 genomic RNA is controlled by three distinct internal ribosome entry segments that are regulated by the HIV protease and the Gag polyprotein

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5. In vitro expression of the HIV-2 genomic RNA is controlled by three distinct internal ribosome entry segments that are regulated by the HIV protease and the Gag polyprotein


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6. Clinical Evaluation of Subcutaneous Lactate Measurement in Patients after Major Cardiac Surgery


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7. Structurally encoded intraclass differences in EphA clusters drive distinct cell responses

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8. Clinical Evaluation of Subcutaneous Lactate Measurement in Patients after Major Cardiac Surgery

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9. Microdialysis based device for continuous extravascular monitoring of blood glucose


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10. Clinical Evaluation of Subcutaneous Lactate Measurement in Patients after Major Cardiac Surgery

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