Michael J. Pocklington
Michael J. Pocklington
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Complete sequence of the IncPβ plasmid R751: implications for evolution and organisation of the IncP backbone
PB Thorsted, DP Macartney, P Akhtar, AS Haines, N Ali, P Davidson, ...
Journal of molecular biology 282 (5), 969-990, 1998
A proline‐rich protein, verprolin, involved in cytoskeletal organization and cellular growth in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
SFH Donnelly, MJ Pocklington, D Pallotta, E Orr
Molecular microbiology 10 (3), 585-596, 1993
Distribution of restriction enzyme recognition sequences on broad host range plasmid RP4: molecular and evolutionary implications
BM Wilkins, PM Chilley, AT Thomas, MJ Pocklington
Journal of molecular biology 258 (3), 447-456, 1996
Mutations in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene SAC1 cause multiple drug sensitivity
WE Hughes, MJ Pocklington, E Orr, CJ Paddon
Yeast 15 (11), 1111-1124, 1999
The yeast type II myosin heavy chain: analysis of its predicted polypeptide sequence
FP Sweeney, MJ Pocklington, E Orr
Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility 12 (1), 61-68, 1991
Novobiocin activates the mating response in yeast through the α-pheromone receptor, Ste2p
MJ Pocklington, E Orr
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1224 (3), 401-412, 1994
Characterization of PKC2, a gene encoding a second protein kinase C isotype of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
AJ Simon, SP Saville, L Jamieson, MJ Pocklington, SFH Donnelly, D Ron, ...
Current Biology 3 (12), 813-821, 1993
The effect of novobiocin on yeast topoisomerase type II
MJ Pocklington, JR Jenkins, E Orr
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 220 (2), 256-260, 1990
The F1 ATP synthetase beta-subunit: a major yeast novobiocin binding protein
JR Jenkins, MJ Pocklington, E Orr
Journal of cell science 96 (4), 675-682, 1990
The MYO1 gene from Saccharomyces cerevisiae: its complete nucleotide sequence.
FP Sweeney, FZ Watts, MJ Pocklington, E Orr
Nucleic acids research 18 (23), 7147, 1990
The omnipotent suppressor SUP45 affects nucleic acid metabolism and mitochondrial structure
MJ Pocklington, L Johnston, JR Jenkins, E Orr
Yeast 6 (5), 441-450, 1990
The methylation pattern of tRNA genes in Xenopus laevis
S Talwar, MJ Pocklington, N Maclean
Nucleic acids research 12 (5), 2509-2517, 1984
A calcium-activated nuclease endogenous to Xenopus erythrocytes
S Talwar, MJ Pocklington, N Maclean
FEBS letters 158 (2), 349-352, 1983
Structural transitions of chromatin in isolated Xenopus erythrocyte nuclei. I. The effects of ions.
N Chegini, SP Gregory, VA Hilder, MJ Pocklington, N Maclean
Journal of Submicroscopic Cytology 13 (3), 291-308, 1981
Artificial modification of nuclear gene activity
SP Gregory, N MaClean, MJ Pocklington
International Journal of Biochemistry 13 (10), 1047-1063, 1981
A Biological Perspective on Digital Preservation.
MJ Pocklington, A Eggers, F Corubolo, J Ludwig, M Hedges, S Darányi
iPRES, 2014
Gene activity in isolated nuclei
N Maclean, SP Gregory, MJ Pocklington
Eukaryotic Genes: Their Structure, Activity, and Regulation, 157, 1983
Bob’s Open House
MJ Pocklington
The Life of Professor Robert Hugh Pritchard: The Rise of Genetics at …, 2017
A Biological Perspective on Digital Ecosystems and Digital Preservation
M Pocklington, AG Eggers, F Corubolo, M Hedges, J Ludwig, S Darányi
Quantum Interactions as Niche-Structure
MJ Pocklington
International Symposium on Quantum Interaction, 335-347, 2013
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