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1. A CACGTG motif of the Antirrhinum majus chalcone synthase promoter is recognized by an evolutionarily conserved nuclear protein.

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2. The Xenopus B1 factor is closely related to the mammalian activator USF and is implicated in the developmental regulation of TFIIIA gene expression.

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3. Bacteriorhodopsin is involved in halobacterial photoreception.

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4. A pituitary adenoma secreting high molecular weight adrenocorticotropin without evidence of Cushing's disease


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5. delta psi-mediated signalling in the bacteriorhodopsin-dependent photoresponse.

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6. Replacement of aspartic acid-96 by asparagine in bacteriorhodopsin slows both the decay of the M intermediate and the associated proton movement.

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7. Adrenostatische Therapie mit Metyrapon und Aminoglutethimid beim ACTH-abhängigen Cushing-Syndrom


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8. The effect of sodium valproate in Cushing's disease, Nelson's syndrome and Addison's disease


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9. Nonhypnotic low-dose etomidate for rapid correction of hypercortisolaemia in cushing's syndrome


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10. Diagnostik und Therapie asymptomatischer Nebennierentumoren


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