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1. Endocrine function in multiple sclerosis.

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2. Faster force transient kinetics at submaximal Ca2+ activation of skinned psoas fibers from rabbit.

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3. Endocrine function in multiple sclerosis.


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4. Analysis of Section 129 of the Internal Revenue Code


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5. Isometric force redevelopment of skinned muscle fibers from rabbit activated with and without Ca2+.

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6. Orientation of the guanine operon of Escherichia coli K-12 by utilizing strains containing guaB-xse and guaB-upp deletions.

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7. Isolation and preliminary characterization of Escherichia coli mutants deficient in exonuclease VII.

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8. Calcium regulation of tension redevelopment kinetics with 2-deoxy-ATP or low [ATP] in rabbit skeletal muscle.

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9. Effect of ssbA1 and lexC113 mutations on lambda prophage induction, bacteriophage growth, and cell survival.

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10. Calmidazolium alters Ca2+ regulation of tension redevelopment rate in skinned skeletal muscle.

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