Biokemian laitos
Department of Biochemistry

Julkaisut 1993
Publications 1993

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1 Brooks KJ, Kauppinen RA. Calcium-mediated damage following hypoxia in cerebral cortex ex vivo studied by NMR spectroscopy. Evidence for direct involvement of voltage-gated Ca2+-channels.
2 Brooks KJ et al. Delayed increase in intracellular Na+ in cerebral cortical slices during severe hypoxia as measured by double quantum filtered 23Na+ NMR.
3 Ciftcioglu N, Kajander EO. Asthma, allergic rhinitis, and nasopharyngeal normal flora.
4 Gadian DG et al. NMR spectroscopy: current status and future possibilities.
5 Haataja S et al. Characterization of a novel bacterial adhesion specificity of Streptococcus suis recognizing blood group P receptor oligosaccharides.
6 Hakovirta H et al. Polyamines and regulation of spermatogenesis: selective stimulation of late spermatogonia in transgenic mice overexpressing human ornithine decarboxylase gene.
7 Halmekytö M. Expression of the human ornithine decarboxylase gene in transgenic mice.
8 Halmekytö M et al. Transgenic mice over-producing putrescine in their tissues do not convert the diamine into higher polyamines.
9 Halmekytö M et al. Regulation of the expression of human ornithine decarboxylase gene and ornithine decarboxylase promoter-driven reporter gene in transgenic mice.
10 Halonen T et al. Elevated seizure threshold and impaired spatial learning in transgenic mice with putrescine overproduction in the brain.
11 Harvima RJ et al. Screening of selenomethionine-enriched yeast supplementation on various immunological and chemical parameters of skin and blood in psoriatic patients.
12 Heiskanen ML et al. Insemination results with stallion semen stored for two days.
13 Kauppinen L et al. Transgenic mice over-expressing the human spermidine synthase gene.
14 Kauppinen R. Aivokasvain ja multippeliskleroosi.
15 Kauppinen RA. 1H nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy identifies neural cell types: a promising step for neuroimaging.
16 Kauppinen RA et al. Quantitative analysis of 1H NMR detected proteins in the rat cerebral cortex in vivo and in vitro.
17 Kauppinen RA et al. Applications of magnetic resonance spectroscopy and diffusion-weighted imaging to the study of brain biochemistry and pathology.
18 Keinänen TA et al. Application of oxime formation in a radiometric assay of aminooxy compounds.
19 Kopponen P et al. Sulphur analogues of polychlorinated dioxins, furans and diphenylethers as inducers of aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase.
20 Kopponen P et al. Peat induces cytochrome P450IA1 in Hepa-1 cell line.
21 Kuronen I et al. Production of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies against human osteocalcin sequences and development of a two-site ELISA for intact human osteocalcin.
22 Lappeteläinen R et al. Biochemical indicators of bone metabolic activity in bovine periparturient hypocalcemia.
23 Liukkonen J et al. Identification of N-acetylneuraminyl alpha-2 --> 3 poly-N-acetyllactosamine glycans as the receptors of sialic acidbinding Streptococcus suis strains.
24 Mahonen A. Vitamin D receptor. Structure, function, and regulation.
25 Mett H et al. Pharmacological properties of the ornithine decarboxylase inhibitor 3-amino-oxy-1-propanamine and several structural analogs.
26 Myöhänen S, Wahlfors J. Automated fluorescent primer extension.
27 Paasisalo S et al. Puolikorkean pensasmustikan taimituotanto ja viljelykokeet Savossa vuosina 1986 - 1992.
28 Parkkinen J et al. Amphoterin, the 30-kDa protein in a family of heparin-binding HMG1-typepolypeptides. Enhanced expression in transformed cells, leading edge localization and interactions with plasminogen activation.
29 Pasanen PA et al. The value of combined use of serum tumour markers and nuclear magnetic spectroscopy of plasma in the detection of pancreatic cancer among patients with jaundice or cholestasis; results from a prospective study.
30 Pasanen PA et al. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of plasma in distinction between malignant and benign diseases causing jaundice and cholestasis.
31 Petäistö RL, Kajander EO. The ability of Gremmeniella abietina to hydrolyze polygalacturonic acid.
32 Pirhonen A et al. An aminoterminally extended P1-protamine variant in the boar.
33 Pirhonen A et al. In vitro phosphorylation sites of stallion and bull P1-protamines for cyclic adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate-dependent protein kinase and protein kinase C.
34 Pirskanen A et al. Insulin-like growth factor-1 modulates steroid hormone effects on osteocalcin synthesis in human MG-63 osteosarcoma cells.
35 Pirttilä T. A multinuclear NMR study of the cerebral cortex ex vivo.
36 Pirttilä TRM et al. 1H nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy study of cerebral glutamate in an ex vivo brain preparation of guinea pig.
37 Pirttilä TRM, Kauppinen RA. Extracellular pH and buffering power determine intracellular pH in cortical brain slices during and following hypoxia.
38 Pöyhönen MJ et al. Differential effects of sepsis and trauma on urinary excretion of polyamines.
39 Pöyhönen MJ et al. Urinary excretion of polyamines in patients with surgical and accidental trauma: Effect of total parenteral nutrition.
40 Reeben M et al. Tissue-specific expression of rat light neurofilament promoter-driven reporter gene in transgenic mice.
41 Regina M et al. Methionine toxicity in the rat in relation to hepatic accumulation of S-adenosylmethionine: prevention by dietary stimulation of the hepatic transsulfuration pathway.
42 Spilmann D et al. Characterization of a novel pyruvylated carbohydrate epitope implicated in the cell aggregation of the marine sponge Microciona prolifera.
43 Usenius JP et al. Magneettispektroskopia - uusi aivojen tutkimusmenetelmä.
44 Uusitupa M et al. Increased urinary polyamine excretion after starting a very low calorie diet.
45 WHO (mm. Kärenlampi S). Health Aspects of Marker Genes in Genetically Modified Plants. Report of a WHO Workshop.
46 Winqvist R et al. Mapping of the human spermidine synthase gene to 1p36 and a probable pseudogene to region 3p14-q21.
47 Åkerman KK et al. Scanning electron microscopy of Nanobacteria - novel biofilm producing organisms in blood.

Biokemian laitos Department of Biochemistry
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