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A MODIFICATION OF THE ACETIC ACID-UREA SYSTEM FOR USE IN MICROSLAB POLYACRYLAMIDE GEL ELECTROPHORESISSPIKER S.1980; ANAL. BIOCHEM.; ISSN 0003-2697; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 108; NO 2; PP. 263-265; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

IDENTIFICATION OF HISTONES F2B AND F1 IN STAINED GELS.SPIKER S.1976; J. CHROMATOGR.; NETHERL.; DA. 1976; VOL. 128; NO 1; PP. 244-248; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

EXPRESSION OF PARENTAL HISTONE GENES IN THE INTERGENERIC HYBRID TRITICALE HEXAPLOIDE = EXPRESSION DES GENES PARENTAUX D'HISTONES DANS L'HYBRIDE INTERGENERIQUE T. H.SPIKER S.1976; NATURE; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 269; NO 5542; PP. 418-420; BIBL. 7REF.Article

Histone variants and high mobility group non-histone chromosomal proteins of higher plants: their potential for forming a chromatin structure that is either poised for transcription or transcriptionally inertSPIKER, S.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1988, Vol 74, Num 1, pp 200-213, issn 0031-9317Article

CONSTANCY OF WHEAT HISTONES DURING DEVELOPMENT = CONSTANCE DES HISTONES DU BLE AU COURS DU DEVELOPPEMENTSPIKER S; KRISHNASWAMY L.1973; PLANTA; ALLEM.; DA. 1973; VOL. 110; NO 1; PP. 71-76; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Serial Issue

Plant chromatin structureSPIKER, S.Annual review of plant physiology. 1985, Vol 36, pp 235-253, issn 0066-4294Article

Chromatin structure and gene regulation in higher plantsSPIKER, S.Advances in genetics. 1984, Vol 22, pp 145-208, issn 0065-2660Article

CROSS-COMPLEXING PATTERN OF PLANT HISTONES.SPIKER S; ISENBERG I.1977; BIOCHEMISTRY; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 16; NO 9; PP. 1819-1826; BIBL. 1 P.Article

A vertical submarine electrophoresis apparatus for polyacrylamide minigelsSPIKER, S.Analytical biochemistry. 1990, Vol 185, Num 2, pp 270-273, issn 0003-2697Article

High-mobility group chromosomal proteins of wheatSPIKER, S.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1984, Vol 259, Num 19, pp 12007-12013, issn 0021-9258Article

THE EFFECT OF SINGLE AND REPEATED GIBBERELLIC ACID TREATMENT ON INTERNODE NUMBER AND LENGTH IN DWARF PEAS = EFFET D'UN TRAITEMENT SIMPLE OU ITERATIF PAR L'ACIDE GIBBERELLIQUE SUR LE NOMBRE ET LA LONGUEUR DES ENTRENOEUDS DE POIS NAINSSPIKER S; AMINA MASHKAS; MUAZZAZ YUNIS et al.1976; PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM; DANEM.; DA. 1976; VOL. 36; NO 1; PP. 1-3; BIBL. 3REF.Article

CHROMOSOMAL HMG PROTEINS OCCUR IN THREE EUKARYOTIC KINGDOMS.SPIKER S; MARDIAN JKW; ISENBERG I et al.1978; BIOCHEM. BIOPHYS. RES. COMMUNIC.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 82; NO 1; PP. 129-135; BIBL. 30 REF.Article

IDENTIFICATION AND FRACTIONATION OF PLANT HISTONES.SPIKER S; KEY JL; WAKIM B et al.1976; ARCH. BIOCHEM. BIOPHYS.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 176; NO 2; PP. 510-518; BIBL. 28 REF.Article

DNASE SENSITIVITY OF TRANSCRIPTIONALLY ACTIVE GENES IN INTACT NUCLEI AND ISOLATED CHROMATIN OF PLANTSSPIKER S; MURRAY MG; THOMPSON WF et al.1983; PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; ISSN 0273-1134; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 80; NO 3; PP. 815-819; BIBL. 35 REF.Article

Molecular and physiological analysis of a heat-shock response in wheatMCELWAIN, E. F; SPIKER, S.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 1992, Vol 99, Num 4, pp 1455-1460, issn 0032-0889Article

Chromatin structure of heat-shock-inducible genes and abscisic acid-inducible genes in wheatLOER, D. S; SPIKER, S.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1992, Vol 86, Num 1, pp 77-84, issn 0031-9317Article

A wheat cDNA clone which is homologous to the 17 kd heat-shock protein gene family of soybeanMCELWAIN, E. F; SPIKER, S.Nucleic acids research. 1989, Vol 17, Num 4, issn 0305-1048, 1764Article

Binding of wheat and chicken high mobility group chromosomal proteins to DNA and to wheat and chicken mononucleosomesARWOOD, L. J; SPIKER, S.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1990, Vol 265, Num 17, pp 9771-9777, issn 0021-9258, 7 p.Article

Nuclear matrix attachment regions and transgene expression in plantsSPIKER, S; THOMPSON, W. F.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 1996, Vol 110, Num 1, pp 15-21, issn 0032-0889Article

Blotting index of dissimilarity: use to study immunological relatedness of plant and animal high mobility group (HMG) chromosomal proteinsSPIKER, S; EVERETT, K. M.Plant molecular biology. 1987, Vol 9, Num 5, pp 431-442, issn 0167-4412Article

Ethidium bromide prefentially releases high mobility group chromosomal proteins HMGc and HMGd from wheat embryo nucleiARWOOD, L. J; HILL, E; SPIKER, S et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1991, Vol 82, Num 3, pp 419-422, issn 0031-9317Article

Fractionation of plant and animal high mobility group chromosomal proteins by ion-exchange and reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographySPIKER, S; BATES, M; ARWOOD, L. J et al.Journal of chromatography. 1987, Vol 405, pp 327-336, issn 0021-9673Article

Chromosomal proteins of Arabidopsis thalianaMOEHS, C. P; MCELWAIN, E. F; SPIKER, S et al.Plant molecular biology. 1988, Vol 11, Num 4, pp 507-515, issn 0167-4412Article

Synthesis of nucleosomal histone variants during wheat grain developmentSPIKER, S; HOPKINS, R; FISCHER, R et al.Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1987, Vol 910, Num 2, pp 157-162, issn 0006-3002Article

Sequence of a histone H2A cDNA from parsleySPIKER, S; WEISSHAAR, B; DA COSTA E SILVA, O et al.Nucleic acids research. 1990, Vol 18, Num 19, issn 0305-1048, p. 5897Article

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