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Gordon Alistair Maclachlan grad student 1968 McGill
 (Formation of cellulase activity by pea microsomes both in vivo and in vitro.)
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Coker JS, Davies E. (2004) Identifying adaptor contamination when mining DNA sequence data. Biotechniques. 37: 194, 196, 198
Coker JS, Davies E. (2003) Selection of candidate housekeeping controls in tomato plants using EST data. Biotechniques. 35: 740-2, 744, 746 pass
Coker JS, Davies E. (2002) Correspondence re: A. H. Ree et al., expression of a novel factor in human breast cancer cells with metastatic potential. Cancer Res., 59: 4675-4680, 1999. Cancer Research. 62: 4164-5; author reply
Shotwell MA, Afonso C, Davies E, et al. (1988) Molecular characterization of oat seed globulins. Plant Physiology. 87: 698-704
Waldrum JD, Davies E. (1981) Subcellular Localization of IAA Oxidase in Peas. Plant Physiology. 68: 1303-7
Larkins BA, Davies E. (1975) Polyribosomes from Peas: V. An Attempt to Characterize the Total Free and Membrane-bound Polysomal Population. Plant Physiology. 55: 749-56
Davies E, Larkins BA. (1974) Polyribosome degradation as a sensitive assay for endolytic messenger-ribonuclease activity. Analytical Biochemistry. 61: 155-64
Larkins BA, Davies E. (1973) Polyribosomes from Peas: III. Stimulation of Polysome Degradation by Exogenous and Endogenous Calcium. Plant Physiology. 52: 655-9
Davies E, Larkins BA. (1973) Polyribosomes from Peas: II. Polyribosome Metabolism during Normal and Hormone-induced Growth. Plant Physiology. 52: 339-45
Davies E, Larkins BA, Knight RH. (1972) Polyribosomes from peas: an improved method for their isolation in the absence of ribonuclease inhibitors. Plant Physiology. 50: 581-4
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