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1. Untersuchungen zur Rolle von organischen Stäuben in der Pathogenese der exogen-allergischen Alveolitis


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2. RHYTHM—a server to predict the orientation of transmembrane helices in channels and membrane-coils

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3. RHYTHM--a server to predict the orientation of transmembrane helices in channels and membrane-coils


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4. RHYTHM--a server to predict the orientation of transmembrane helices in channels and membrane-coils


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5. Human β-Defensin 2 and β-Defensin 3 Chimeric Peptides Reveal the Structural Basis of the Pathogen Specificity of Their Parent Molecules▿ † ‡

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7. Design optimization of a linear actuator


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8. d(GGGT)4 and r(GGGU)4 are both HIV-1 inhibitors and interleukin-6 receptor aptamers

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9. An Interleukin-6 Receptor-dependent Molecular Switch Mediates Signal Transduction of the IL-27 Cytokine Subunit p28 (IL-30) via a gp130 Protein Receptor Homodimer*

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10. Cytosolic re-localization and optimization of valine synthesis and catabolism enables increased isobutanol production with the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/frontdoor/index/index/docId/26413
urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-264132  

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