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Algal Nutrient Studies of the Potomac Estuary.
Biological electrodes specific for phosphate and nitrite ions /
Biological significance of some metals as air pollutants : part II: mercury /
Construction and Utilization of a Simple Device for the Production of Reactivatable Phosphatase.
Degradation of Malathion by Salt-Marsh Microorganisms.
Hexachlorobenzene-Induced Hyperparathyroidism and Osteosclerosis in Rats.
Investigation of the Intracellular Distribution of Zinc and Acid Phosphatase Activity by a Combination of Histochemical Reactions in a Given Section (Issledovanie Vnutrikletochnogo Raspredeleniya Tsinka i Aktivnosti Kisloi Fosfatazy Putem Sochetaniya Gistokhimicheskikh Reaktsii na Odnom i Tom Zhe Sreze).
On the Action of Beryllium on Alkaline Phosphatase.
Protein phosphorylation Analysis of protein phosphorylation, protein kinase inhibitors, and protein phosphatases /
Protein phosphorylation. Part A, Protein kinases : Assays, purification, antibodies, functional analysis, cloning, and expression /
Surplus Phosphorus Uptake by Microorganisms. Batch Tests with Dilute Activated Sludge Cultures.
The Phosphohydrolases: their biology, biochemistry and clinical enzymology. /
Zinc Metabolism and the Activity of Alkaline Phosphatase in the Kidneys of White Rats in Alloxan Diabetes and in Repeated Administration of Insulin (Obmen Tsinka i Aktivnost Shchelochnoi Fosfatazy v Pochkakh Belykh pri Alloksanovom Diabete i Povtornykh Vvedeniyakh Insulina).
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