Erik Zeuthen

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University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark 
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Walker GM, Zeuthen E. (1980) Changes in calcium and magnesium levels during heat-shock synchronized cell division in Tetrahymena. Experimental Cell Research. 127: 487-90
Ron A, Zeuthen E. (1980) Tubulin synthesis and heat shock-induced cell synchrony in Tetrahymena. Experimental Cell Research. 128: 303-9
Fink K, Zeuthen E. (1980) Heat shock proteins in Tetrahymena studied under growth conditions. Experimental Cell Research. 128: 23-30
Nilsson JR, Zeuthen E. (1980) On nucleolar DNA replication in Tetrahymena pyriformis GL-8: An electron microscope autoradiographic study of heat synchronized and exponentially multiplying cells Carlsberg Research Communications. 45: 101-111
Hill RJ, Zeuthen E. (1980) The intrinsic fluorescence of Tetrahymena as a function of temperature Carlsberg Research Communications. 45: 397-409
Kassis S, Zeuthen E. (1979) Adenylate cyclase and cyclic AMP through the cell cycle of Tetrahymena. Experimental Cell Research. 124: 73-8
Wheatley DN, Zeuthen E, Rasmussen L. (1979) Synergistic effects of p-fluorophenylalanine and supra-optimal temperatures on cell division in Tetrahymena pyriformis. Cell Biology International Reports. 3: 599-606
Wheatley DN, Rasmussen L, Zeuthen E. (1979) Analysis of the time of utilization of proteins for the initiation and completion of division in synchronized Tetrahymena pyriformis. Journal of Cell Science. 37: 109-16
Zeuthen E. (1978) Induced reversal of order of cell division and DNA replication in Tetrahymena. Experimental Cell Research. 116: 39-46
Kramhøft B, Hamburger K, Nissen SB, et al. (1978) The cell cycle and glycolytic activity of Schizosaccharomyces pombe synchronized in defined medium Carlsberg Research Communications. 43: 227-239
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