In the field of Plasma, his study on Nuclear physics overlaps with subjects such as Biophysics. Samuel E. Lux integrates Nuclear physics with Plasma in his study. His Biochemistry study frequently links to other fields, such as Dehydration and Solubilization. His research on Evaporation frequently links to adjacent areas such as Thermodynamics. His Thermodynamics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Evaporation. His Degradation (telecommunications) research extends to the thematically linked field of Telecommunications. His study on Degradation (telecommunications) is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Telecommunications. While working on this project, Samuel E. Lux studies both Chromatography and Biochemistry.
Positional cloning of zebrafish ferroportin1 identifies a conserved vertebrate iron exporter
Adriana Donovan;Alison Brownlie;Alison Brownlie;Yi Zhou;Jennifer Shepard.
A specific apoprotein activator for lipoprotein lipase.
J.C. LaRosa;R.I. Levy;P. Herbert;S.E. Lux.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (1970)
Analysis of cDNA for human erythrocyte ankyrin indicates a repeated structure with homology to tissue-differentiation and cell-cycle control proteins
Samuel E. Lux;Kathryn M. John;Vann Bennett.
Cloning and characterization of band 3, the human erythrocyte anion-exchange protein (AE1)
Samuel E. Lux;Kathryn M. John;Ron R. Kopito;Harvey F. Lodish.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1989)
Red blood cell membrane disorders
William T. Tse;Samuel E. Lux.
British Journal of Haematology (1999)
Amino Acid Sequence of Human apoLp-Gln-II (apoA-II), an Apolipoprotein Isolated from the High-Density Lipoprotein Complex
H. B. Brewer;S. E. Lux;R. Ronan;K. M. John.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1972)
Blood: Principles and Practice of Hematology
Robert I. Handin;Samuel E. Lux;Thomas P. Stossel.
Dependence of Nodal Sodium Channel Clustering on Paranodal Axoglial Contact in the Developing CNS
Matthew N. Rasband;Elior Peles;James S. Trimmer;S. Rock Levinson.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1999)
Anion Exchanger 1 (Band 3) Is Required to Prevent Erythrocyte Membrane Surface Loss but Not to Form the Membrane Skeleton
Luanne L Peters;Ramesh A Shivdasani;Shih-Chun Liu;Manjit Hanspal.
Spectrin-actin membrane skeleton of normal and abnormal red blood cells.
Seminars in Hematology (1979)
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