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uvby photometry of the mCP stars HD 35298, 19 Lyrae, HD 192678, and HR 8216

Differential Strömgren uvby observations from the Four College Automated Photoelectric Telescope are presented for the mCP stars HD 35298, 19 Lyr, HD 192678, and HR 8216. The period for HD 35298 of 1.85457 days is a revision of North's value while that for 19 Lyr of 7.0980 days is alias of that found by Winzer. HD 192678 is found to be a small amplitude photometric variable with...

uvby photometry of the mCP stars HD 35298, 19 Lyrae, HD 192678, and HR 8216

Differential Strömgren uvby observations from the Four College Automated Photoelectric Telescope are presented for the mCP stars HD 35298, 19 Lyr, HD 192678, and HR 8216. The period for HD 35298 of 1.85457 days is a revision of North's value while that for 19 Lyr of 7.0980 days is alias of that found by Winzer. HD 192678 is found to be a small amplitude photometric variable with...

Modulation of human epidermal cell response to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin by epidermal growth factor.

Cultured human epidermal cells were treated with 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) in the presence or absence of epidermal growth factor (EGF). In both normal keratinocytes and a spontaneously immortalized keratinocyte (SIK) line, TCDD treatment in the absence of EGF induced a marked reduction in colony size and cell number, and it perturbed colony morphology. These...

The involucrin genes of the white-fronted capuchin and cottontop tamarin: the platyrrhine middle region.

. PARENTEAUN ,. L., R. L. ECKERT ,and R. H. RICE . 1987 . Primate involucrins: antigenic relatedness and detection of multiple forms . Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 84 : 7571 - 7575 . PHILLIPSM ,., P. DJIAN , and H

The involucrin genes of the mouse and the rat: study of their shared repeats.

The involucrin genes of the mouse (Mus musculus) and the rat (Rattus norvegicus) have been cloned and sequenced. The coding region of each gene contains, at site P, a segment of repeats homologous to that of other nonanthropoid mammals. In contrast to the repeats of species belonging to different mammalian orders, many individual repeats of the mouse and the rat can be matched...