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Affinity chromatography and biological recognition : proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Affinity Chromatography and Biological Recognition, held in Annapolis, Maryland, June 12-17, 1983
Aluminum Decreases Muscarinic, Adrenergic and Metabotropic Receptor-Stimulated Phosphoinositide Hydrolysis in Hippocampal and Cortical Slices from Rat Brain.
Archaebacterial RNA Polymerase Binding Site and Transcription Initiation of the hisA Gene in 'Methanococcus vannielii'.
Benzo(a)pyrene Diol Epoxide I Binds to DNA at Replication Forks (Journal Version).
Breakage and Binding of DNA by Reaction Products of Hypochlorous Acid with Aniline, 1-Napthylamine, or 1-Naphthol.
Cell surface receptors : a short course on theory and methods /
Characterization of Metal Binding Sites in Fulvic Acids by Lanthanide Ion Probe Spectroscopy.
Detection of O6-Methyldeoxyguanosine in Human Placental DNA.
Development of Adrenergic Receptor Binding Sites in Brain Regions of the Neonatal Rat: Effects of Prenatal or Postnatal Exposure to Methylmercury.
Developmental Charges in Carbachol-Stimulated Inositolphosphate Release in Pigmented Rat Retina.
Effects of Neonatal Methylmercury Exposure on Adrenergic Receptor Binding Sites in Peripheral Tissues of the Developing Rat.
Electrostatic Potential Analysis of Debenzo-p-dioxins and Structurally Similar Systems in Relation to Their Biological Activities.
Formation and Persistence of DNA Adducts in the Liver of Brown Bullheads Exposed to Benzo(a)Pyrene.
Genus- and Group-Specific Hybridization Probes for Determinative and Environmental Studies of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria.
Health Assessment for 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. Chapter 2. Mechanisms of Toxic Actions.
Influence of 50-Hz Electric and Magnetic Fields on Neurite Outgrowth in Pheochromocytoma Cells.
Inhibition of Human Natural Killer Cell Activity Following In vitro Exposure to Ozone.
Ligand-receptor energetics : a guide for the perplexed /
Long-Term Neurochemical and Behavioral Effects Induced by Acute Chlorpyrifos Treatment.
Modeling Receptor-Mediated Processes with Dioxin: Implications for Pharmacokinetics and Risk Assessment.
Monoclonal Antibodies to Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins.
Neurotoxicity of Subchronic Acetylcholinesterase (AChE): Inhibition in Rat Hippocampus.
Olfactory Toxicity of Beta,Beta'-Iminodipropionitrile in the Rat.
Prenatal Exposure to Methylmercury Alters Development of Adrenergic Receptor Binding Sites in Peripheral Sympathetic Target Tissues.
Receptor binding techniques /
Receptor-mediated binding and internalization of toxins and hormones : the proceedings of a symposium based on the Conference on Receptor-mediated Binding and Internalization of Toxins and Hormones, held in Frederick, Maryland, on March 24-26, 1980, sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Institute for Infectious Diseases /
Regulation of Postnatal beta-Adrenergic Receptor/Adenylate Cyclase Development by Prenatal Agonist Stimulation and Steroids: Alterations in Rat Kidney and Lung after Exposure to Terbutaline or Dexamethasone.
Structure and bonding.
Transfer of Arsenite from Glutathione to Dithiols: A Model of Interaction.
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