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Difficulties Experienced in Conducting Research in Forensic Psychology
(Walter de Gruyter, 1998)
The use of TDDS for investigation of structural and dynamic behavior of protein molecules in aqueous solution
The results of the investigation of structure and dynamic behavior of protein in solution by time-domain dielectric spectroscopy are presented. The dipole correlation functions for myoglobin, lysozyme and RNase A solutions ...
Repair of BHK cell surface ganglioside GM3 after its degradation by extracellular sialidase
Treatment of BHK fibroblasts with V. cholerae sialidase for 20 min caused the breakdown of about 70% of total cellular ganglioside GM3 and the production of an approximately equivalent amount of lactosylceramide. On removal ...
Utilisation of phosphatidylcholine and production of diradylglycerol in the synthesis of sphingomyelin
After the degradation of cell-surface sphingomyelin (SM) by exogenous sphingomyelinase (SMase), the resynthesis of SM by baby-hamster kidney (BHK) and human leukaemia-60 (HL-60) cells was examined in relation to utilization ...
Exploring the relationship between process and outcome in young children’s learning: stage one of a longitudinal study
The first phase of a small-scale, longitudinal study which is part of the Effective Early Learning (EEL) Project, a UK based, national, early childhood evaluation and improvement initiative is described. A key developmental ...
The Anglican Clergy and Yorkshire Elections in the Eighteenth Century
(Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, 1998)