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1. Stress in the liver: stereotypic genomic responses in vitro and in vivo involve inflammation and loss of metabolic functions


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2. Nucleotide sequence of a full-length cDNA clone encoding preproparathyroid hormone from pig and rat


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3. Enhancement of antibody and cellular immune responses to malaria DNA vaccines by in vivo electroporation


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4. DNA Immunization with Minigenes: Low Frequency of Memory Cytotoxic T Lymphocytes and Inefficient Antiviral Protection Are Rectified by Ubiquitination†

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5. Transcriptional Dynamics of Two Seed Compartments with Opposing Roles in Arabidopsis Seed Germination1[W][OPEN]

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6. Evolution and expression of the transplantation antigen gene family


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7. Stammzellbasierte Therapieformen in der parodontalen Regeneration


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8. Ex vivo-Expansion von adulten parodontalen Stammzellen - ein neuer Weg der regenerativen Paro­dontalchirurgie?


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9. EXPRESSION OF A FUNCTIONAL CHIMERIC lg-MHC CLASS II PROTEIN


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10. Morphological characterization of periodontium-derived human stem cells


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