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Singer, Maxine, 1931- National Library of Latvia German National Library NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Maxine Singer American molecular biologist and science administrator ISNI

Singer, Maxine F., 19..-.... Sudoc [ABES], France

VIAF ID: 17282599 (Personal)

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Acquisition of sequences homologous to host DNA by closed circular simian virus 40 DNA. II. Further studies on the serial passage of virus clones Wikidata
Analysis of LINE-1 family sequences on a single monkey chromosome Wikidata
Blossoms : and the genes that make them National Library of Latvia
Bunshi idengaku no kiso National Diet Library, Japan
Comparison of two viable variants of simian virus 40 Wikidata
Comprendre et maîtriser les gènes le langage de l'hérédité Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France
Continuous reorganization leads to extensive polymorphism in a monkey centromeric satellite Wikidata
Cytoplasmic ribonucleoprotein complexes containing human LINE-1 protein and RNA Wikidata
Dealing with genes : the language of heredity Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Diet Library, Japan BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands
Deca-satellite: a highly polymorphic satellite that joins alpha-satellite in the African green monkey genome Wikidata
Defining the beginning and end of KpnI family segments. Wikidata
Degradation of polyuridylic acid by ribonuclease II: protection by ribosomes Wikidata
The Diane Rehm show. Library of Congress/NACO
Dlaczego czarne dziury nie są czarne? : nierozwiązane problemy współczesnej nauki National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
The effect of chain length on the phosphorolysis of oligonucleotides by polynucleotide phosphorylase Wikidata
The effect of superhelicity on the interaction of histone f1 with closed circular duplex DNA Wikidata
Exploring genetic mechanisms, c1997: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National and University Library in Zagreb BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France
Facilitating interdisciplinary research National Library of the Netherlands
Genes & genomes : a changing perspective Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Diet Library, Japan BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands
George Beadle, an uncommon farmer the emergence of genetics in the 20th century BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France
Histone synthesis during infection of monkey kidney cells with Simian Virus 40 Wikidata
Idenshi to genomu. National Diet Library, Japan
Interruption of an alpha-satellite array by a short member of the KpnI family of interspersed, highly repeated monkey DNA sequences Wikidata
Interspersed repeated sequences in the African green monkey genome that are homologous to the human Alu family Wikidata
Isolation of low-copy-number sequences that neighbor satellite DNA in mammals Wikidata
Język genów : poznawanie zasad dziedziczenia National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Kpn I family of long interspersed repeated DNA sequences in primates: polymorphism of family members and evidence for transcription Wikidata
Lessons from mirrors reflections on science in America Library of Congress/NACO
Localization of a unique DNA sequence to band p16 of human chromosome 4 Wikidata
Maxine Singer papers Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
The nucleotide sequence of repetitive monkey DNA found in defective simian virus 40 Wikidata
Por que não são negros os buracos negros National Library of Portugal
Preferential replication of a class of host-substituted defective simian virus 40 variants at low temperature. Wikidata
The processive degradation of individual polyribonucleotide chains. II. Micrococcus lysodeikticus polynucleotide phosphorylase Wikidata
The recombinant DNA controversy: twenty years later. Wikidata
Sequence relationships between single repeat units of highly reiterated African Green monkey DNA Wikidata
Sequence-specific single-strand RNA binding protein encoded by the human LINE-1 retrotransposon Wikidata
Simian virus 40 DNA replication in nuclear monolayers Wikidata
SINEs and LINEs: highly repeated short and long interspersed sequences in mammalian genomes. Wikidata
Studies on the interaction of H1 histone with superhelical DNA: characterization of the recognition and binding regions of H1 histones Wikidata
Three segments from the monkey genome that hybridize to simian virus 40 have common structural elements Wikidata
Transcription from SV 40-like monkey DNA sequences Wikidata
A transcriptionally active monkey genomic segment homologous to the regulatory region of simian virus 40 is associated with DNase I-hypersensitive sites Wikidata
Translation of the human LINE-1 element, L1Hs Wikidata
Unit-length line-1 transcripts in human teratocarcinoma cells Wikidata
Unusual reverse transcriptases Wikidata
Waarom zijn zwarte gaten niet zwart? : de onbeantwoorde vragen van de moderne wetenschap National Library of the Netherlands
Why aren't black holes black? : the unanswered questions at the frontiers of science BIBSYS Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
分子遺伝学の基礎 National Diet Library, Japan
遺伝子とゲノム NII (Japan) National Diet Library, Japan

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