Biokemian laitos
Department of Biochemistry

Julkaisut 1998
Publications 1998

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1 Ekwall B et al. MEIC evaluation of acute systemic toxicity. Part VI. The prediction of human toxicity by rodent LD50 values and results from 61 in vitro methods.
2 Clemedson C et al. MEIC evaluation of acute systemic toxicity. Part IV. In vitro results from 67 toxicity assays used to test reference chemicals 31-50 and a comparative cytotoxicity analysis.
3 Björklund M et al. Extraordinary survival of nanobacteria under extreme conditions.
4 Ciftcioglu N et al. Stone formation and calcification by nanobacteria in human body.
5 Ciftcioglu N et al. Sedimentary rocks in our mouth: dental pulp stones made by nanobacteria.
6 Ciftcioglu N, Kajander EO. Interaction of nanobacteria with cultured mammalian cells.
7 Gröhn OHJ et al. Noninvasive detection of cerebral hypoperfusion and reversible ischemia from reductions in the magnetic resonance imaging relaxation time, T2.
8 Hakumäki JM et al. Quantitative 1H nuclear magnetic resonance diffusion spectroscopy of BT4C rat glioma during thymidine kinase-mediated gene therapy in vivo: Identification of apoptotic response.
9 Hendolin M. Generation of Transgenic Cattle . The Fate of Foreign DNA in Microinjected Bovine in Vitro Produced Embryos.
10 Hyttinen J-M et al. High-level expression of bovine beta-lactoglobulin gene in transgenic mice.
11 Häkkinen S et al. Phenolic profiles in Finnish berries.
12 Häkkinen SH et al. HPLC method for screening of flavonoids and phenolic acids in berries.
13 Kaartinen J et al. Automated quantification of human brain metabolites by artificial neural network analysis from in vivo single-voxel 1H NMR spectra.
14 Kajander EO et al. Mineralization by nanobacteria.
15 Kajander EO, Ciftcioglu N. Nanobacteria: an alternative mechanism for pathogenic intra- and extracellular calcification and stone formation.
16 Kokko H et al. Rapid production of antibodies in chicken and isolation from eggs.
17 Kokko H et al. Lehtihome ja peltolude mesimarjan kuivumisongelman aiheuttajina.
18 Kokko HI, Kärenlampi SO. Transformation of arctic bramble (Rubus arcticus L.) by Agrobacterium tumefaciens.
19 Kokko HI, Kärenlampi SO. Update to: Identification of RNA virus isolates after IC-RT-PCR by direct sequencing using biotinylated and M13 universal tailed primers.
20 Kumlin T et al. Epidermal ornithine decarboxylase and polyamines in mice exposed to 50 Hz magnetic fields and UV radiation.
21 Kumlin T et al. Effects of 50 Hz magnetic fields on UV-induced skin tumourigenesis in ODC-transgenic and non-transgenic mice.
22 Kuronen I. Hens as Antibody Donors for Immunoanalyses. Immunometric Analysis of Human Osteocalcin and Parathyrin Using Hen Egg Yolk Antibodies.
23 Laitinen J et al. Polyamines may regulate s-phase progression but not the dynamic changes of chromatin during the cell cycle.
24 Lukkarinen JA et al. Neuroprotective role of ornithine decarboxylase activation in transient focal cerebral ischaemia: a study using ornithine decarboxylase-overexpressing transgenic rats.
25 Mahonen A et al. Type I procollagen synthesis is regulated by steroids and related hormones in human osteosarcoma cells.
26 Mulo P et al. Disruption of a spe-like open reading frame alters polyamine content and psbA-2 mRNA stability in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803.
27 Poptani H et al. Monitoring thymidine kinase and ganciclovir-induced changes in rat malignant glioma in vivo by nuclear magnetic resonance imaging.
28 Pääkkönen E et al. Induction of genes for the stress proteins PR-10 and PAL in relation to growth, visible injuries and stomatal conductance in birch (Betula pendula) clones exposed to ozone and/or drought.
29 Rusanen T et al. Finland.
30 Ryhänen S et al. Inhibition of proliferation and induction of differentiation of osteoblastic cells by a novel 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 analog with an extensively modified side chain (CB1093).
31 Salminen S, Wright A von. Current probiotics - safety assured?
32 Sievi E et al. Glycan engineering of proteins with whole living yeast cells expressing rat liver alfa2,3-sialytransferase in the porous cell wall.
33 Utriainen M et al. PR-10 protein is induced by copper stress in roots and leaves of a Cu/Zn tolerant clone of birch, Betula pendula.
34 van Zijl PCM et al. Quantitative assessment of blood flow, blood volume and blood oxygenation effects in functional magnetic resonance imaging.
35 Väisänen S et al. Putative helices 3 and 5 of the human vitamin D3 receptor are important for the binding of calcitriol.
36 Wright A von et al. Uusi ravitsemuksen ja elintarvikebiotekniikan koulutus suunnitteilla Kuopion yliopistoon.

Biokemian laitos Department of Biochemistry
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