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Libros Donados por Alejandro Calderón, Ph.D.

  • Molecular Biology of the Gene. 5th. Edition. Watson et al. 2006.
  • Development Biology, Wolpert. 2006.
  • Concepts of Genetics, Klug et al. 2006

Revistas (Actualizado 05/10/2008)

Nature

Año
Vol
No.
Pág.
Artículo
Autor
1981
290
5806
449
Membrane protein oligomeric struture and transport funtion M. Klingenberg
     
457
Sequence and organization of the human mitochondrial genome S. Anderson, A.T Bank, BG Barrell, M.H.L. DE Brujin, A.R, Coulson, J Drouin, I.C Eperon, D.P Nierlich
     
470
tRNA punctuation model of RNA processing in human mtochondria Deanna Ojala, Julio Montoya & Giuseppe Attardi
     
Activation of a cellular onc gene by promoter insertion in ALV- induced Lymphoid leukosis willian S. Hayward, Benjamin G. Neel & Susan M, Astrin
     
583
Evidence that the serological determinant of H-Y antigen is carbohydrate Mark Shapiro & Robert P. Erickson
     
516
Purified EGF receptor-kinase interacts specifically with anti bodies to Rous sarcoma virus transforming protein Michael Chinkers & Stanley Cohen
     
521
Human HLA gene segment isolated by hybridization with mouse H-2 c DNA probes Betrand R. Jordan, François Bregegere & Philippe Kourilsky
     
519
Anti-pp60 antibodies are substrates for EGF- stimulated protein kinase Jeffrey E. Kudlow, Janice E. Buss & Gordon N. Gill
1981 291 5813 286 Why mammalian gametes don`t mix. J. Michael. Bedford
      288 Understanding natural killer cells. Peter Beverley
      293 Production of clones homozygous diploid zebra fish (Brachydanio rerio). George streinger, Charline Walker, Nancy Dower, Donna Knauber & Fred Singer.
      297 DNA-dependent RNA polymerase II of plant origin transcribes viroid RNA into full-length copies.. Hans-Richard Rackwitz, Wolfgang Rohde &heinz L. Sanger
      317 A new assessment of Rhyniella, the earliest known insects, from the Devonian of Rhynie, Scotland.. Paul Whalley & E. A.Jjarzembowski
      318 The role of GABAergic inhibition in the cortical effects of monocular deprivation. Adam M. Sillito & John A. Kemp.
      322 Heavy meromysin corss-links thin filaments in striated myofibrils. Julisn Borejdo &Avraham Oplatka.
      329 Maintenance of blood pressure by the renin- angiotensin system in normal man. G.A. MacGregor, N.D. Markandu, J.E. Roulston & J.C. Jones
      331 Active immunization and passive transfer of resistance against sporozite-induced malaria in infant mice. Augustine U. Orjih, Alan H. Cochrane & Ruth S. Nussenzweig.
      332 Inducer T lymphocytes synthesize a factor that simulates proliferation of cloned mast cells. Gary Nabel, Stephen J. Galli, Ann M. Dvorak, Harold H. Dvorak & Harvey Cantor
      335 Interleukin-2 augments natural killer cell activity Henney Kagemasa Kuribayashi, Donald E. Kern & Steven Gillis
      338 Synthesis and secretion of mouse immunoglobulin chains from Xenopus  occytes. Giorgio Valle, Jayne Besley & Alan Colman
      340 Transcriptional regulation of mouse liver metallothionein-I gene by glucocorticoids. Lisa J. Hager & Richard D. Palmiter
      342 Unilateral internuclear genetransfer and cell differentiation in Schizophyllum. Richard F. Gaber & Thomas J. Leonard.
      342 A small RNA complementary to as interventing sequence is produced late in SV40 infection Rodolfo Campos Susan Jovanovich & Luis P. Villareal.
      346 Identification of the SV40 agnogene product: a DNA binding protein. Gilbert Jay, Shigeko Nomura, Carl W. Anderson & George Khoury.
      349 Mutagenesis in vitro by depurination of ΦX174 DNA Thomas A. Kunkel, Clyde W. Shearman & Lawrencw A. Loeb
      334 n vivo effect of anti-asialo GM1 antibody on natural killer activity. Matasaka Kasai, Takahiro Yoneda, Sonoko Habu, Honeo Maruyama, Ko Okurama, Tohru Tokunaga
      745 Family studies define a new histocompatibility locus, SB, between HLA-dr and glo.

Stephen Shaw, Paula Kavathas, Marilyn  S. Pollack, Dominique Charmot & Claude  Mawas.

      747

SB; a new era HLA-Linkes human histocompatibility gene defined usin HLA-mutant cell lines.

Paula Kavathas, Robert DeMars, Fitz H. Bach & Stephen Shaw.

      749

Persistence of non-integrated vural dna in bovine cells transformed in vitro by bovine papilomavirus type 2.

Martin  H. Moar., M. Saveria Campo, Helen Laird & William F.H. Jarret.
      751

Evolution of  r RNA and origin of mitochondria.

Hans Kuntzel & Heinrich G. Kochel.

      755

An archaebacteria 5S r RNA contains a long insertion sequence.

Kenneth R. Luehrsen, Diarmuid E., Nicholson David C. Eubanks & George E. Fox.

      757 Nature of the charge distribution in proteins. Akiyoshi Wada & Haruki Nakamura.

Akiyoshi Wada & Haruki Nakamura.

      764 Chemical phrenology of the hypothalamus: another illusion? George Fink
1981
291
5817
629
Hormonal incucibility of rat α2u globulin genes in transgected mouse cells David T. Kurtz
     
650
The earliest known palaeocene mammal fauna and its implication for th cretaceous- Tertiary transition David Archibald
     
656
funtional  EGF receptors are present on mouse embrio tissues  Ellen D Adamson, Mjane Deller & Joseph B. Warshaw
     
664
Sequenctial appearance of Eptein- Barr  virus nuclear and lymphocyte-detected membrane antigens in B cell transformation D.J Moss, A.B Rickinson, L.E. Wallace & N. A Epstein
     
671
Bleomycin- resistant DNA synthesis in ataxia telangiectasia cells Philippe Cramer & Robert B. Painter
     
673
Multiple sequences related to classical histocompatibility antigens in the mouse genome B.Cami, F. Bregegere, J.P. Abastado & O. Kourilisky
     
675
Homologus tyrosine phosphorylation sites in transformation- specific gene products of distinct avian sarcoma viruses James C. Nell, Jacques Ghysdael, Peter K. Vogt & John E. Smart
     
673
The structure of a chromosomal leghaemoglobin gene from soybean Erick Ostergaard Jensen, K. Paludan, J.J. Hyldig- Nielsen, P Jorgensen & K. A Marcker
1981 293 5830 257

Birds of paradise and the theory of sexual selection..

Jared M. Diamond
      265 Aspects of plant genetic manipulation. E.C. Cocking, M.R. Davey, D. Pental & J.B. Power
      294 Regulation of lymphatic contractility by arachidonate  metabolites. M.G. Johnston & J.L. Gordon
      299 Circulating antibodies to the neuritogenic myelin protein, p2 in neurits of the cauda equina of the horse

M. Kadlubowski & P.L. Ingram.

      302 Cytochalasin D inhibits actin polymerization and induces depolymerization of actin filaments formed during platelet shape change. James Casella, Michael D. Flanagan & Shin Lin
      307 Precursor of penicillin- binding proteins 5 and 6 of E. colli cytoplasmatic membrane. Julie M. Pratt, L. Barry Holland & Brian G. Spratt
      311

Regulation of Protein Synthesis during heat shock..

Susan Lindquist
      314

Primary structure ofC- terminal functional sites in ovine rhodopsin.

John B.C. Findlay, Michael Brett & Darryl J.J. Papin.

      321

Almost everything you wanted to know about chromosomes

R.A. Laskey
1981 293 5835 701

Complexity in human histocompatibility loci.

Andrew McMichael and William Makgoba
      702 Mechanisms of cell mediated lysis.. Elizabeth Simpson
      717 Expression of a human gene for interferon in yeast. Ronald a. Hitzeman, Frank E. Hagie, Howard L. Levine, David. V. Gooeddel, Gustav Ammerer & Benjamin D. Hall
      733 Epidermal feet in insects morphogenesis. M. Locke & P. Huie
      735 Defective up-regulation of the androgen receptor in human androgen insensitivity.. M. Kaufman, L. Pinsky & R. Feder-Holander
      737 Autoregulation of androgen production in a primary culture of rat testicular cells. Eli Y. Adashi & Aaron J. W. Hseuh.
      738 Induction of ovulation in vitro by LH and catecholamines in hens is mediated by α-adrenergic receptors R.P. Moudgal & M.N. Razdan
      742 A family of T-cell alloantigens linked to Igh-1. Gwendoline M. Spurll & Frances L: Owen.
1981 294 5836 9 Integration of foreign genes into the mammmalian gene line: genetic engineering enter a new era Brigid Hogan and Jeffrey Williams
      11 Histone gene organizatin: paradigm lost. Larry Kedes and Rob Maxson.
      28 Nature of “Anomalous water” The Institute of physical chemistry USRR academy of Sciencies
      34 The measure of man. P.B. Medawar
      37 Battle over bacteria G.D. Heathcote
      41 Why should anyone care about extinctions? Kenneth Mellanby
      42 Fighting for the conservation of tigers. Brian Bertram
      49 Non-tandem arrengement and divergent transcription of chicken histone genes R.P. Harvey, P.A. Krieg, A.J. Robins, l.S. Coles & J.R.E. Wells
      53 Sequence homologies near the C-termin of the variable surface glycoproteins of Trypanosoma brucei. Allison C. Rice-Ficht, Kenneth K. Chen & John E. Donelson
      85 Immunochemical and immunocytochemical localization of S-100 antigen in normal human skin. Domenico Cocchia, Fabrizio Michetti & Rosario Donato.
      87 Isoleucine-requiring Nicotiana plant  deficient in threonine deaminase. Làzlò Menczel &Pàl Maliga
      90 The switch region associated with immunoglobulin G genes is Dnase I hypersensitive in T lymphocytes. Ursula Storb, Benjamin Arp & Ronald Wilson
      92 Introduction of a rabbit β-globin gene into the mouse germ line Franklin Constantini & Elizabeth Lacy
      94 Transcriptional regulation of the prolactin gene by ergocryptine and cyclic AMP. Richard A. Maurer
1982
295
5845
101
Transcription of Xenopus 5S ribosomal RNA genes  Laurence Jay Korn
     
110
Polyoma virus capsid structure at 22.5 A resolution I. Rayment, T.S .Baker & D.L.D Caspar
     
116
Cellular genes analoguous to retroviral onc genes are transcribed in human tumour cells Alessandra Eva, Keith C. Robbins 
     
120
DNA sequences necessary for transcription of the rabbit ß-globin gene in vivo G.C Grosveld,E de Boer, C. K. Shewmaker & R.A Flavell
     
147
Vasoactive intestinal polypetide enhances muscarinic ligand binding in cat submandibular salivary gland Jean M. lundberg
     
150
Immune interferon release when a cloned cytotoxic T- cell line meets its correct influenza- infected target cell A. G Morris, Yun-lu lin & brigitte A.  Askonas
     
155
Measurement of chages in cytoplasmic free Ca2+ in fused cell hybrids M.B Hallet& A.K Campbell
     
163
Evidence from mtDNA sequences that common laboratory strains of inbred mice are descended from a single female Sthephen D. Ferris, Richard Dsage & Allan C. wilson
     
165
Recent divergence from from a common ancestor of human IFN-α genes Takashi Miyata & Hidenori Hayashida
1982
296
5853
115
Molecular mechanisms of variation in influenza viruses R.G Webster, E.G Laver, G.M. Air & G.c Schild
     
152
Funtional synapses are established between ciliary ganglion neurones in dissociated cell culture Joseph F. Margiotta & Darwin K. Berg
     
154
Growth factosrs adherent to cell substrate are mitogenically active in situ J.C Smith, J.P Singh, J.S Lillquist, D.S Goon & C.D Stiles
     
156
Selective effect of feline leukaemia virus on early erythroid precursors D. Onions, O. Jarrett, N testa, F. Frassoni 
     
158
Two genetic loci control the murine immune response to A-gliadin, a wheat protein that activates coeliac sprue Martin F. Kagnoff
     
169
Nanomolar concentrations of extracellular ATP active membrane Ca channels in snail neurones A.  Yatani, y Tsuda, N Akaike & A. M Brown
     
173
Ribosomal RNA transcription in vitro is species epecific

Ingrid Grummt, Erika Roth & Marvin R. Paule

 

Scientific American

Año
Volumen
Número
Página
Artículo
Autor
1957
197
5
50
Animals of the Abyss Anton F. Bruun
1957
197
6
44
Penguins William J.L. Sladen
52
Serotonin Irvine H.Page
89
Neanderthal Man J.E.Weckler
118
The Indestructuble:Hidra N.J.Berrill
1960
203
6
64
Mineraks on the ocean Floor John L. Mero
88
The Viruses of the common gold Christopher H. Andrewes
1976
234
6
38
The purple membrane of salt-loving bacteria

Stoeckenius, W.

1978
239
3
38
Evolution
Ernst Mayr
48
The Mechanisms of Evolution Francisco J. Ayala
62
Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life Richard E. Dickerson
84
The Evolution of the Earliest Cells J. Wlliam Schopf
104
The Evolution of Multicellular Plants and Animals James W. Valentine
118
The Evolution of Ecological Systems Robert M. May
136
The Evolution of Behavior John Maynard Smith
146
The Evolution of Man Sherwood L. Washburn
156
Adaptation Richard C. Lewontin
1979
241
1
40
The Epstein-Barr Virus Werner Henle, Gertrude Henle y Evelyne T. Lennette
90
Compartments in Animal Development Antonio García-Bellido, Peter A. lawrence y Gines Morata
110
The Animals of the Burguess Shale Simon Conway Morris y H. B. Whittington
1980
Español
50
64
Agua Robert P.Ambroggi
1980
242
2
36
Transposable Genetic Elements Stanley N.Cohen
The Perception of Human growth J.J.Reilly
242
3
78
Diseases Caused by Impaired Communication Among Cells
Maurice Jacob
98
Cytochrome and the Evolution of Energy Metabolism Richard E.Dickerson
124
Horned Beetles Willian G.Eberhard
1980
243
4
56
Monoclonal Antibodies
Milstein, C.
162
The buoyancy of the Chambered Nautilus
Ward, P, Greenwald, L, Greenwald, O.
1981 244 2 52 The Nucleosome Roger D. Korberg and Aaron Klung
      80 Autoimmune Diseases Noel R. Rose
      122 Pterosaurs Wann Langston, Jr.
1981
245
2
54 The patient Record in Eìdemiology Leonard T. Kurland and Craig A. Molgaard
     
56
Dutch elm disease Strobel, G.A. y G.N. Lanier
      64 An Early Habitat of life David I. Groves, John S. R. Dunlop and roger Buick
     
84
The ribosome Lake, J.A.
148 Neuropeptides Floyd E. Bloom
1982
247
4
144
How Honeybees Find a Home Thomas D. Seeley
1982
247
6
54
The development of maps and stripes in the brain Constantine-Paton, M. y M.I. Law
110
the interaction of moving water and sessile organisms M. A. R. Koehl
1983 249 3 30 The Dynamic Earth Raymond Siever
      40 The Earth`s Core Raymond Jeanloz
      50 The Earth`s Mantle D.P McKenzie
      86 The Continental Crust B. Clark Burchfiel
1984
250
4
64
Transposable Genetic elements in maize 
Federoff Nina V.
86
Acoustic and Chemical signals in the life cycle of a beetle
Ryken Lee C.
46
Mass Extinctions in the Ocean
Stanley S. M.
1984
251
4
48
Prions
Prusiner, S. B.
58
Seismic Tomography
Anderson D. & Dziewonski, M.
100
A late ice-Age stettlement in southern Chile
Dillehay, T.M.
1985
252
3
44
Chromosome translocations and Human Cancer
Croce, C.M & Klein G.
70
why Whales Leap
Whitehead, H.
100
A field formula for calculating the speed and flight efficiency of a soaring bird
Walker, J.
1985
252
5
32
Molecular Approaches to Malaria Vccines
Godson, N.G.
40
How a supernova explodes
Bethe, H & Brown, G.
76
Molting in the Blue Crab
Cameron, J.
1985
253
3
44
oligosaccharins Peter Albertsheim
84
The Compartmental Organization of the Golgi Apparatus James E.Rothman
106
A Web-building Jumping Spider Robert R.Jackson
122
Yellow Rain Thomas D.Seeley
1986
254
5
25
Sudden cardiac death Eisenberg, M.S., L. Bergner, A.P. Hallstrom y R.O. Cummins
32
Glycosphingolipids Hakomori, S.
68
The cheetah in genetic peril O´Brien, S.J., D.E. Wildt y M. Bush
86
Postglacial foraging in the forests of Europe Zvelebil, M.
94
Darwin as a geologist Herbert, S.
1986
255
1
24
Potencial New Crops Wiley Hinman
40
Anti-idiotypes and Immunity Ronald C.Kennedy
98
The Arthropod Cuticle Neil F.Hadley
1988
258
2
20
Chromosome Mapping with DNA Markers
Ray White y Jean-Marc Lalouel
54
The Adaptable Opossum
Steven N. Austad
The Bubonic Plague
Colin McEvedy
1988
258
3
42
Catalytic Antibodies Lerner, R.A. y A. Tramontano
54
Construction Cranes Shapiro, L.K. y H.I. Shapiro
62
How the Leopard gets its spots Murray, J.D.
70
Fatness and Fertility Frisch, R.E.
1958
258
4
34
The Self,the World and Autoimmunity Irun R.Cohen
64
Light Switches for Plant Genes Phyllis B.Moses y Nam Hai Chua
78
The Behavior of Baleen Whales Bernd Würsig
86
Trembley's Polyps Howard M.Lenhoff y Sylvia G.Lenhoff
1988
258
6
62
Bacteria as Muliticellular Organisms
James A. Shapiro
78
The Neurobiology of Feeding in Leeches
Charles M. Lent y Michael H. Dickinson
1988
259
1
34
Hormones that Stimule the Growth of Blood Cells
David W. Golde y Judith C. Gasson
44
The Supercontinent Cycle
R. Damian Nance, Thomas R. Worsley y Judith B. Moody
64
How the Human Eye Focuses
Jane F. Koretz y George H. Handelman
1988
259
3
34
Finding the anti-oncogene Weinberg, R.A.
50
The insulin Factory Orci, L., J. Vasalli y A. Perrelet
70
The fossils of Montceau-les Mines Heyler, D. y C.M. Poplin
84
The discovery of the visual cortex Glickstein, M.
1989
261
1
26
Memory Storage and Neural System DanielL.Alkon
60
The Gastrointestinal Tract in Growth and Reproduction Kerstin Uvnäs
6
38
Synapse Formation in the Developing Brain Ronald E.Kalil
66
The Birds of Paradise BruceM.Beehler
1989 77 6 546 The Honey Bee Colony as a Superorganism Thomas D. Seeley
1990
262
3
12
Bee Police J.H.
14
Smelling Better Philip E.Ross
68
Suspension-Feeding Vertebrates S.Laurie Sanderson
1
34
Antisense RNA and DNA Harold M.Weintraub
98
The Handedness of the Universe Roger A.Hegstrom
106
Stress in the Wild Robert M.Sapolsky
1990
78
5
424
Chemistry with Synchrotron Radiation Jack M. Presses
1991
79
5
404
Women in Science and Engineering Sthephen G. Brush
1991
264
6
32
Streptococcal M Protein Vincent A.Fischetti
1992
266
1
82
How Sea Turtles Navigate Kenneth J. Lohnmann
1992
266
5
14
Life in a Test Tube? John Horgan
15
Mutable Mutation John Rennie
28
Biological Roles of Nitric Oxide Solomon H.Snyder
56
Why American Songbirds Are Vanishing John Terborgh
72
Eloquen Remains Philip E.Ross
85
Demonic Toxin Deborah Erickson
87
Village Pharmacy Gary Stix
1992 267 1 22 Origins of Westerrn Environmentalism Richard H. Grove
      36 G Proteins

Maurine E. Linder and Alfred G. Gilman

      44 Genetic Algorithms John H. Holland
      58

Reproductive Strategies of Frogs

William E. Duellman
1992
267
3
24
Mind and Brain
Fischbach, G.
34
The Developing Brain
Shatz, C.
1992 267 4 42 How Many Species Inhabit the Earth? Robert M. May
      68 Histones as Regulators of Genes Michael Grunstein
      76 Singing Caterpillars, Ants and Symbiosis Philip J. DeVries
      90 Scavenging and Human Evolution Robert J. Blumenschine and John A. Cavallo
1993 268 3 32 Teacching the Immune System to Fight Cancer Thierry Boon
      46 How Parasitic Wasps Find Their Hosts James H. Tumlinson, W. Joe Lewis and Louise E. M. Vet
      80 Flooded Forests of the Amazon Michael Goulding
      88 DNA’s New Twists John Rennie, staff writer
 
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