Marjorie B. Lees

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Neurobiology University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, United States 
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PhD

EK Shriver Center/Univ Mass
Dept Neurobiol
200 Trapelo Rd
Waltham, MA 02452-6319
United States

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Macklin WB, Oberfield E, Lees MB. (1983) Electroblot analysis of rat myelin proteolipid protein and basic protein during development. Developmental Neuroscience. 6: 161-8
Lees MB, Chao BH, Lin LF, et al. (1983) Amino acid sequence of bovine white matter proteolipid. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 226: 643-56
Cambi F, Lees MB, Williams RM, et al. (1983) Chronic experimental allergic encephalomyelitis produced by bovine proteolipid apoprotein: immunological studies in rabbits. Annals of Neurology. 13: 303-8
Williams RM, Lees MB, Cambi F, et al. (1982) Chronic experimental allergic encephalomyelitis induced in rabbits with bovine white matter proteolipid apoprotein. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology. 41: 508-21
Macklin WB, Lees MB. (1982) Solid-phase immunoassays for quantitation of antibody to bovine white matter proteolipid apoprotein. Journal of Neurochemistry. 38: 348-55
Lees MB, Chao BH, Laursen RA, et al. (1982) A hydrophobic tryptic peptide from bovine white matter proteolipid. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 702: 117-24
Macklin WB, Braun PE, Lees MB. (1982) Electroblot analysis of the myelin proteolipid protein. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 7: 1-10
Macklin WB, Schwarting GA, Lees MB, et al. (1981) Production and purification of antibody to bovine white matter proteolipid apoprotein. Journal of Neurochemistry. 36: 101-6
Lees MB, Macklin WB, Chao BH. (1981) A study of elastase peptides from bovine white matter proteolipid. Neurochemical Research. 6: 1091-104
Macklin WB, Lees MB, Cohen SR, et al. (1981) Hydrophobic compounds interfere in radioimmunoassay for basic protein in myelin. Clinical Chemistry. 27: 742-4
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