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Photosynthesis: Physical Mechanisms and Chemical Patterns

Journal Article published 20 Jul 1981 in FEBS Letters volume 130 issue 1 on pages 166 to 166

Authors: B. Halliwell

Oncogenes (frontiers in molecular biology series)

Journal Article published 1 Aug 1990 in FEBS Letters volume 268 issue 2 on pages 431 to 431

Authors: C.J. Chesterton

A New Series of Fungicidal Fatty Acid Esters11From the Departments of Dermatology of the Schools of Medicine of the University of Maryland and The Johns Hopkins University.

Journal Article published Nov 1947 in Journal of Investigative Dermatology volume 9 issue 5 on pages 243 to 247

Authors: Eugene S. Bereston

New series of lipoxins isolated from human eosinophils

Journal Article published 11 Sep 1989 in FEBS Letters volume 255 issue 1 on pages 143 to 148

Authors: Dieter Steinhilber, Hermann J. Roth

The use of a new series of cleavable protein-crosslinkers on the Escherichia coli ribosome

Journal Article published 15 Nov 1974 in FEBS Letters volume 48 issue 2 on pages 288 to 292

Authors: L.C. Lutter

Synthesis of new series of iboga analogues

Journal Article published Nov 2011 in Tetrahedron Letters volume 52 issue 46 on pages 6166 to 6169

Authors: Sibasish Paul, Sankha Pattanayak, Surajit Sinha

Purine and Pyrimidine Metabolism

Journal Article published 1 Nov 1977 in FEBS Letters volume 83 issue 1 on pages 185 to 186

Authors: M.C. Scrutton

Carcinogenesis: Target organ toxicology series

Journal Article published 29 Aug 1994 in FEBS Letters volume 351 issue 1 on pages 141 to 141

Authors: Peter Wirth

Photosynthesis II

Journal Article published 25 Aug 1980 in FEBS Letters volume 118 issue 1 on pages 159 to 159

Authors: B. Halliwell

Chlorophyll Organisation and Energy Transfer in Photosynthesis Ciba Foundation Symposium No. 61 (new series)

Journal Article published 19 May 1980 in FEBS Letters volume 114 issue 1 on pages 178 to 179

Authors: F.R. Whatley