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      The effect of strain hardening on the dynamic response of human artery segments 

      Charalambous, H. P.; Roussis, Panayiotis C.; Giannakopoulos, A. E. (2017)
      Background: When subjected to time-dependent blood pressure, human arteries undergo large deformations, exhibiting mainly nonlinear hyperelastic type of response. The mechanical response of arteries depends on the health ...
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      Sequence evidence for common ancestry of eukaryotic endomembrane coatomers 

      Promponas, Vasilis J.; Katsani, K. R.; Blencowe, B. J.; Ouzounis, Christos A. (2016)
      Eukaryotic cells are defined by compartments through which the trafficking of macromolecules is mediated by large complexes, such as the nuclear pore, transport vesicles and intraflagellar transport. The assembly and ...
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      Split-Inteins for Simultaneous, site-specific conjugation of Quantum Dots to multiple protein targets In vivo 

      Charalambous, Anna; Antoniades, Ioanna; Christodoulou, Neophytos; Skourides, Paris A. (2011)
      Background: Proteins labelled with Quantum Dots (QDs) can be imaged over long periods of time with ultrahigh spatial and temporal resolution, yielding important information on the spatiotemporal dynamics of proteins within ...
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      Targeting colon cancer cells with genistein-17.1A immunoconjugate. 

      Gentile, M. S.; Vasu, C.; Green, A.; Murillo, G.; Das Gupta, T. K.; Constantinou, Andreas I.; Prabhakar, B. S.; Salti, G. I. (2003)
      We have shown that genistein, a major component of soy, has anti-colon cancer effects in vitro. These effects are attainable at high concentrations that are difficult to achieve in the serum. The purpose of this study was ...