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1. Nerve growth factor induces the genes for two proteins related to a family of calcium-binding proteins in PC12 cells.

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2. Properties of the β Nerve Growth Factor Receptor of Avian Dorsal Root Ganglia

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3. Early gene regulation by nerve growth factor in PC12 cells: induction of an interferon-related gene.

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4. The internalization of nerve growth factor by high-affinity receptors on pheochromocytoma PC12 cells.

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5. A study of the changes in protein composition of mouse brain during ontogenetic development.


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6. Human Haemoglobins

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7. The sedimentation characteristics of deoxyribonucleic acid from normal and diseased human tissues

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8. Further studies on the isolation and properties of α-chain sub-units of haemoglobin

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9. The properties and reactions of haemoglobin F1 and their bearing on the dissociation equilibrium of haemoglobin

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10. Nerve growth factor receptors on PC12 cells: ligand-induced conversion from low- to high-affinity states.

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