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2007
Kr E, Tups A, Archer ZA, Ross AW, Moar KM, Bell LM, Duncan JS, Mayer CD, Morgan PJ, Mercer JG et al..  2007.  Altered expression of SOCS3 in the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus during seasonal body mass changes in the field vole, Microtus agrestis. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 19:83-94. Abstract
Bevan M, Waugh R.  2007.  Applying plant genomics to crop improvement. Genome Biology. 8:302-302. Abstract
Sakvarelidze L, Tao Z, Bush M, Roberts GR, Leader DJ, Doonan JH, Rawsthorne S.  2007.  Coupling the GAL4 UAS system with alcR for versatile cell type-specific chemically inducible gene expression in Arabidopsis. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 5:465-476. Abstract
Andersen HS, Gambling L, Holtrop G, McArdle HJ.  2007.  Effect of dietary copper deficiency on iron metabolism in the pregnant rat. British Journal of Nutrition. 97:239-246. Abstract
Lehesranta SJ, Koistinen KM, Massat N, Davies HV, Shepherd LVT, McNicol JW, Cakmak I, Cooper J, Luck L, K SO et al..  2007.  Effects of agricultural production systems and their components on protein profiles of potato tubers. Proteomics. 7:597-604. Abstract
McCue KF, Allen PV, Shepherd LVT, Blake A, Maccree MM, Rockhold DR, Novy RG, Stewart D, Davies HV, Belknap WR.  2007.  Potato glycosterol rhamnosyltransferase, the terminal step in triose side-chain biosynthesis. Phytochemistry. 68:327-334. Abstract
Begg GS, Cullen DW, Iannetta PPM, Squire GR.  2007.  Sources of uncertainty in the quantification of genetically modified oilseed rape contamination in seed lots. Transgenic Research. 16:51-63. Abstract
2006
Holeva RC, MacFarlane SA.  2006.  Yeast two-hybrid study of tobacco rattle virus coat protein and 2b protein interactions. Archives of Virology. 151:2123-2132. Abstract

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