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1 1903628 Aerobic biodegradation potential of subsurface microorganisms from a jet fuel-contaminated aquifer. Appl Environ Microbiol 1991 Jan 1
2 9496640 Biogeochemical assessment of natural attenuation of JP-4-contaminated ground water in the presence of fluorinated surfactants. Sci Total Environ 1997 Dec 22 1
3 9523452 Implementation of natural attenuation at a JP-4 jet fuel release after active remediation. Biodegradation 1997 1
4 17297947 Fuzzy rule-building expert system classification of fuel using solid-phase microextraction two-way gas chromatography differential mobility spectrometric data. Anal Chem 2007 Feb 15 1
5 21452836 Large-scale asymmetric synthesis of the bioprotective agent JP4-039 and analogs. Org Lett 2011 May 6 3
6 24201737 Multivariate analysis of the impacts of the turbine fuel JP-4 in a microcosm toxicity test with implications for the evaluation of ecosystem dynamics and risk assessment. Ecotoxicology 1993 Dec 4
7 31461656 Junctophilin Proteins Tether a Cav1-RyR2-KCa3.1 Tripartite Complex to Regulate Neuronal Excitability. Cell Rep 2019 Aug 27 3
8 33677241 Influence of aqueous film forming foams on the solubility and mobilization of non-aqueous phase liquid contaminants in quartz sands. Water Res 2021 May 1 1
9 33769283 Neuronal junctophilins recruit specific Ca<sub>V</sub> and RyR isoforms to ER-PM junctions and functionally alter Ca<sub>V</sub>2.1 and Ca<sub>V</sub>2.2. Elife 2021 Mar 26 1