Scientists in the Department of Biochemistry have expertise in genome dynamics, epigenetics, and gene expression; human genetics and clinical biochemistry; signal transduction and intracellular communication; macromolecular structure and dynamics; proteomics; and bioinformatics.
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Submissions from 2002
Splice Variants But Not Mmutations of DNA Polymerase ß Are Common in Bladder Cancer, Tracy E. Thompson, Peter K. Rogan, John I. Risinger, and Jack A. Taylor
Submissions from 2000
HDL-cholesterol-raising Effect of Orange Juice in Subjects with Hypercholesterolemia, Elzbieta M. Kurowska, J. David Spence, John Jordan, Stephen Wetmore, David J. Freeman, Leonard A. Piché, and Paula Serratore