Japanese Journal of Genetics... ...anyone???

rag55 at cas.org rag55 at cas.org
Fri Oct 6 16:02:33 EST 1995


In article <sjurk-2709951128410001 at abcdmac.biology.uiowa.edu>, sjurk at blue.weeg.uiowa.edu (stefanie jurk) writes:
> 
> I am *in need* of an article that was published in the Japanese 
> Journal of Genetics 1992, April; 67 (2): 147 - 54;
> Authors: Tsutsumi N, et al.
> Cannot locate this Journal here,
> can anyone help out???

Stephanie,

    Hi.  From a quick search of the CAplus file produced by the database I
work at, Chemical Abstracts Service, an abstract and index entries for
the article you mentioned:

Tsutsumi, Nobuhiko; Kanayama, Keiko; Tano, Shigemitsu, Suppression of
alpha-amylase gene expression by antisense oligonucleotide in barley
cultured aleurone layers, Jpn.  J.  Genet.  (1992), 67(2), 147-54

are there.  If you're interested, it might be worthwhile checking with the reference
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of molecular genetics abstracts like the above one.

    Well, I hope this helps!

							       Roger



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