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Monitoring Cl- movement in single cells exposed to hypotonic solution - S.S. Garber, M.A. Messerli, M. Hubert, R. Lewis, K. Hammar, E. Indyk and P.J.S Smith
Type: Article | 2005

Type: Article | 2005 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2005

Life at acidic pH imposes an increased energetic cost for a eukaryotic acidophile - Mark A. Messerli, Linda A. Amaral-Zettler, Erik Zettler, Sung-Kwon Jung, Peter J.S. Smith and Mitchell L. Sogin
Type: Article | 2005

Copper alloys for human infectious disease control - H. T. Michels, S. A. Wilks, J. O. Noyce and C. W. Keevil
Type: Article | 2005 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2005

Electrokinetic measurements of membrane capacitance and conductance for pancreatic -cells - R. Pethig, L.M. Jakubek, R.H. Sanger, E. Heart, E.D. Corson and P.J.S. Smith
Type: Article | 2005

Synergistic amplification of beta-amyloid-and interferon-?-induced microglial neurotoxic response by the senile plaque component chromogranin A - Gilad Twig, Solomon A. Graf, Mark A. Messerli, Peter J.S. Smith, Seung H. Yoo and Orian S. Shirihai
Type: Article | 2005 | Item availability restricted.

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