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Biochemistry (Moscow), Volume 61 (1996), Number 11

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Modern History of Our Journal: Chronicle of Difficult and Happy Years

V. P. Skulachev
1361/1923 [Full Article]

Topography of Ribosomal Proteins: Revised Protein Map of the Small Ribosomal Subunit A. S. Spirin, D. E. Agafonov, V. A. Kolb, and A. Kommer
1366/1928 [Abstract]

Crystal Structure of Fully Oxidized Bovine Heart Cytochrome c Oxidase at 2.8 Angstrom Resolution: a Review S. Yoshikawa, T. Tsukihara, and K. Shinzawa-Itoh
1369/1931 [Abstract]

Organization of Biochemical Systems: a Review B. F. Poglazov
1377/1941 [Abstract]

The Molecular Mechanism of Morphogenesis: a Theory of Location DNA A. M. Olovnikov
1383/1948 [Abstract] [Full Article]

Contact Patterns of RNA Ligands with the Ribosome in Defined Functional States as Determined by Protection against Cleavage at Phosphorothioated Residues: a Review M. Dabrowski, R. Junemann, M. A. Schafer, C. M. T. Spahn, K. H. Nierhaus, E. V. Alexeeva, O. A. Dontsova, O. V. Shpanchenko, and A. A. Bogdanov
1402/1971 [Abstract]

Automatic Procedures on Porous Membranes: Counterflow Isotachophoresis and Immuno-Electrochromatography G. I. Abelev and E. R. Karamova
1413/1984 [Abstract]

Biological Significance and Mechanism of the Crabtree Effect in Rapidly Proliferating Cells. Role of Calcium Ions Yu. V. Evtodienko and V. V. Teplova
1423/1995 [Abstract]

Structure, Regulation, and Denaturation of Rabbit Muscle Glycogen Phosphorylase b N. B. Livanova and B. A. Kornilaev
1432/2005 [Abstract]

The Other Side of Metabolism: a Review A. G. Golubev
1443/2018 [Abstract]

RNA-Binding Properties of Ribosomal Protein L1 from Thermus thermophilus I. A. Eliseikina, N. K. Avliyakulov, I. B. Grishkovskaya, T. A. Muranova, S. E. Sedelnikova, and M. B. Garber
1461/2040 [Abstract]

Biochemistry of Space and Time (Telomeres, Telomerases and Lifetimes of Cell Populations and Multicellular Organisms): a Review A. G. Golubev
1465/2045 [Abstract]

The "Cell Suicide Protein" is Hidden in the Intermembrane Space of Mitochondria. On Its Release, It Causes Apoptosis V. P. Skulachev
1477/2060 [Abstract]