Items where Author is "Chavoya Pena, Arturo"

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Chavoya Pena, Arturo and Duthen, Yves (2008) A Cell Pattern Generation Model Based on an Extended Artficial Regulatory Network. Bio Systems, 94.

Chavoya Pena, Arturo, Sanchez, Arturo and Lano, Kevin (2000) Formal Implementation of Procedural Controllers for Event-Driven Sequential Systems in Chemical Processes. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 24 (2-7). pp. 297-302.

Dallo, F, Lazzell, L, Chavoya Pena, Arturo, Reddy, P and Baseman, B (1996) Biofunctional Domains of the Mycoplasma pneumoniae P30 Adhesin. Infection and Immunity, 64. pp. 2595-2601.

Su, Chung-Jey, Dallo, F, Chavoya Pena, Arturo and Baseman, B (1993) Possible Origin of Sequence Divergence in the P1 Cytadhesin Gene of Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Infection and Immunity, 61. pp. 816-822.

Dallo, F, Chavoya Pena, Arturo and Baseman, B (1990) Characterization of the Gene for a 30 Kilodalton Adhesin Related Protein of Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Infection and Immunity, 58. pp. 4163-4165.

Su, Chung-Jey, Chavoya Pena, Arturo, Dallo, F and Baseman, B (1990) Sequence Divergency of the Cytadhesin Gene of Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Infection and Immunity, 58. pp. 2669-2674.

Su, Chung-Jey, Chavoya Pena, Arturo and Baseman, B (1989) Spontaneous Mutation Results in Loss of the Cytadhesin (P1) of Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Infection and Immunity, 57. pp. 3237-3239.

Dallo, F, Chavoya Pena, Arturo, Su, Chung-Jey and Baseman, B (1989) DNA and Protein Sequence Homologies between the Adhesins of Mycoplasma genitalium and Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Infection and Immunity, 57. pp. 1059-1065.

Su, Chung-Jey, Chavoya Pena, Arturo and Baseman, B (1988) Regions of Mycoplasma penumoniae Cytadhesin P1 Structural Gene Exist as Multiple Copies. Infection and Immunity, 56. pp. 3157-3161.

Thesis

Chavoya Pena, Arturo (2007) Un modèle de développement artificiel pour la génération de structures cellulaires., An artificial development model for cell pattern generation. École doctorale Mathématiques, Informatique et Télécommunications (Toulouse).

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