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Journal Article (9)

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    Shoeman, R. L.; Schweiger, H.: Gene expression in Acetabularia. I. Calibration of wheat germ cell-free translation system proteins as internal references for two-dimensional electrophoresis. Journal of Cell Science 58 (1), pp. 23 - 33 (1982)
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    Shoeman, R. L.; Schweiger, H.: Gene expression in Acetabularia. II. Analysis of in vitro translation products. Journal of Cell Science 58 (1), pp. 35 - 48 (1982)
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    Leible, M. B.; Shoeman, R. L.; Schweiger, H.: Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase, a marker for chloroplast species specificity in Acetabularia. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta: BBA 699 (1), pp. 60 - 66 (1982)
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    Poupko, R.; Luz, Z.; Zimmermann, H.: Pseudorotation in cyclopentane. An experimental determination of the puckering amplitude by NMR in oriented solvents. Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (20), pp. 5307 - 5314 (1982)
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    Kabsch, W.; Sander, C.; Trifonov, E. N.: The ten helical twist angles of B-DNA. Nucleic Acids Research 10 (3), pp. 1097 - 1104 (1982)
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    Achlama, A. M.; Harke, U.; Zimmermann, H.; Dinse, K.: Optical−−nuclear double resonance (ondor) using narrow−band laser excitation of a singlet−−triplet transition in a molecular crystal. Chemical Physics Letters 85 (3), pp. 339 - 344 (1982)
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    Goldfarb, D.; Luz, Z.; Zimmermann, H.: A deuterium NMR study of solute molecules dissolved in the discotic mesophase of p-n-hexahexyloxytriphenylene. Journal de Physique. Colloques 43, pp. 421 - 430 (1982)
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    Goldfarb, D.; Luz, Z.; Zimmermann, H.: Solvation sites in mesophases of discotic liquid crystals. Journal de Physique. Colloques 43 (8), pp. 1255 - 1258 (1982)
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    Wäckerle, G.; Bär, M.; Zimmermann, H.; Dinse, K.; Yamauchi, S.; Kashmar, R. J.; Pratt, D. W.: Optically detected magnetic resonance studies of photoexcited 17O‐benzophenone. Orbital rotation in the lowest triplet state. The Journal of Chemical Physics 76 (5), pp. 2275 - 2292 (1982)
 
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