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1. Isolation and characterization of cytoplasmic membranes and chlorosomes from the green bacterium Chloroflexus aurantiacus.

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2. Distribution of max-log metrics for QAM-based BICM in fading channels.


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3. Probability Density Functions of Reliability Metrics for 16-QAM-Based BICM Transmission in Rayleigh Channel.


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4. On Adaptive BICM with Finite Block-Length and Simplified Metrics Calculation.


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5. Closed-form approximation of Coded BER in QAM-based BICM Faded Transmission


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6. The functional role of protein in the organization of bacteriochlorophyll c in chlorosomes of chloroflexus aurantiacus


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7. Intracellular localization and in vivo trafficking of p24A and p23


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8. Immunolocalization and molecular properties of a high molecular weight microtubule-bundling protein (syncolin) from chicken erythrocytes

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9. Intravesicular acidification correlates with binding of ADP-ribosylation factor to microsomal membranes.

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10. Immunolocalization and molecular properties of a high molecular weight microtubule-bundling protein (Syncolin) from chicken erythrocytes

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