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1. Infrared spectroelectrochemistry of bacteriochlorophylls and bacteriopheophytins: Implications for the binding of the pigments in the reaction center from photosynthetic bacteria

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2. Femtosecond infrared spectroscopy of reaction centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides between 1000 and 1800 cm-1.

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3. MRI-Based Thermometry for Tumor Thermal Ablation: A Comparison of Different MR Sequences


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4. Daily Rhythms of Plasma Melatonin, but Not Plasma Leptin or Leptin mRNA, Vary between Lean, Obese and Type 2 Diabetic Men

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5. Rhythmic Diurnal Gene Expression in Human Adipose Tissue From Individuals Who Are Lean, Overweight, and Type 2 Diabetic

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6. Experimental support for the “E pathway hypothesis” of coupled transmembrane e– and H+ transfer in dihemic quinol:fumarate reductase

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7. BRIEF REPORT Rhythmic Diurnal Gene Expression in Human Adipose Tissue From Individuals Who Are Lean, Overweight, and Type 2 Diabetic

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8. Bacteriochlorophylls with modified central metals in bacterial reaction centers


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9. Morphology, size distribution, and aggregate structure of lipopolysaccharide and lipid A dispersions from enterobacterial origin.


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