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1996-01-01An amperometric microsensor for the determination off H<inf>2</inf>S in aquatic environmentsJeroschewski, P; Steuckart, C; Kuhl, M
1995-01Purification to homogeneity and characterisation of rat brain recombinant nitric oxide synthaseRiveros-Moreno, V; Heffernan, B; Torres, B; Chubb, A; Charles, IG; Moncada, S
1999-01Identification Of Two Human Dimethylarginine Dimethylaminohydrolases With Distinct Tissue Distributions And Homology With Microbial Arginine DeiminasesLeiper, J; Maria, J; Chubb, A; Macallister, R; Charles, IG; Whitley, G; Vallance, P
1995-05-01A GENERALIZATION OF A RESULT OF DOCAGNEMELHAM, RS; SHANNON, AG
1997-12-19Evolution of a homopurine-homopyrimidine pentanucleotide repeat sequence upstream of the human inducible nitric oxide synthase gene.Xu, W; Liu, L; Emson, PC; Harrington, CR; Charles, IG
1997-01Nitric Oxide Synthase Is Expressed In Human Macrophages During Foreign Body InflammationMoilanen, E; Moilanen, T; Knowles, R; Charles, IG; Kadoya, Y; Alsaffar, N; Revell, P; Moncada, S
1996-11-07The molecular genetics of type-4 fimbriae in Pseudomonas aeruginosa - A reviewMattick, JS; Whitchurch, CB; Alm, RA
1999-01-01Nitrous acid pretreatment of tendon xenografts cross-linked with glutaraldehyde and sterilized with gamma irradiationJohnson, KA; Rogers, GJ; Roe, SC; Howlett, CR; Clayton, MK; Milthorpe, BK; Schindhelm, K
1998-01-01A H<inf>2</inf>S microsensor for profiling biofilms and sediments: Application in an acidic lake sedimentKühl, M; Steuckart, C; Eickert, G; Jeroschewski, P
1997-01-01A comparison of doses from <sup>137</sup>Cs and <sup>210</sup>Po in marine food: A major international studyAarkrog, A; Baxter, MS; Bettencourt, AO; Bojanowski, R; Bologa, A; Charmasson, S; Cunha, I; Delfanti, R; Duran, E; Holm, E; Jeffree, R; Livingston, HD; Mahapanyawong, S; Nies, H; Osvath, I; Pingyu, L; Povinec, PP; Sanchez, A; Smith, JN; Swift, D
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