Sample records for pterins
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2

Proton-coupled electron transfer of pterins coordinated to ruthenium(II)-TPA complexes

MATSUMOTO TETSUYA; SAKAMOTO DAISUKE; KOJIMA TAKAHIKO; KOJIMA TAKAHIKO; OKUBO KEI; OKUBO KEI; FUKUZUMI SHUN'ICHI; FUKUZUMI SHUN'ICHI; KITAGAWA HIROSHI
2006-01-01

J-EAST (Japan) (Japanese)

5

尿路性器悪性腫瘍患者における尿中ネオプテリン値の検討

浅野 友彦; 中島 史雄; 小田島 邦男; 辻 明; 早川 正道; 中村 宏

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

6

テトラヒドロビオプテリン研究の新しい展開

三輪 聡一; 渡辺 恭良; 越村 邦夫; 眞崎 知生

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

7

テトラヒドロビオプテリン研究の将来

一瀬(鷲見) ちほ; 大槻 眞嗣; 白石 弘章; 野村 隆英

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

8

テトラヒドロビオプテリン研究の将来

一瀬(鷲見) ちほ; 大槻 眞嗣; 白石 弘章; 野村 隆英
2001-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

9

Dopa-responsive dystonia in British patients: New mutations of the GTP-cyclohydrolase I gene and evidence for genetic heterogeneity

Bandmann, O; Nygaard, TG; Surtees, R; Marsden, CD; Wood, NW; Harding, AE

Dopa-responsive dystonia (DRD) was originally described in a series of Japanese patients, but is now increasingly recognized in other countries. Recently the GTP cyclohydrolase I (GTPCH) gene was isolated as the first causative gene for dopa-responsive dystonia (DRD). Mutations were identified in th...

DRIVER (Japanese)