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    • Substrate recognition by the 26S proteasome 

      Kisonaite, Migle (2020-05-16)
      The 26S proteasome is a large protein complex found in all eukaryotes. It controls the degradation of a wide range of proteins in the cell, and thus it is crucial for homeostasis, regulated cell division and apoptosis. It ...
    • In vitro diversification of chimeric human/chicken antibodies 

      Peris, Daniela (2019-10-30)
      Cells that constitutively diversify their immunoglobulin genes can be used for selection of novel antibodies and refining affinities and specificities of existing ones (Cumbers et al., 2002). The chicken derived DT40 B ...
    • Studies on immunoglobin variability 

      Secher, David Stanley (1974-11-19)
    • Molecular Mechanisms Controlling Excitatory Synaptic Transmission 

      Watson, Jake Frederick (2019-07-19)
      At synapses, the sites of communication between neurons, neurotransmitter is released from the presynaptic cell and binds to postsynaptic receptors on another. In the case of excitatory synapses, the predominant neurotransmitter, ...