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English citations of gemish
- 1973 November, Murray Weiner, "Summary and Future Directions for Drug-Protein Binding", doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.1973.tb20497.x, in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, volume 226, page 361:
- […] the complexities involved in the systematic study of the multienzyme, multicompartment, multimembrane gemish of living tissue.
- 2003 edition, Joann Ellison Rodgers, Sex: A Natural History, ISBN 0805072810, page 411:
- […] it reflects a complicated gemish of brain chemistry and self-will, biology and culture, sexuality and violence, feelings and actions.
- 2005, Michael Eisenstein, "A Look Back: Bands on the Run", doi:10.1038/nmeth0705-556, in Nature Methods, volume 2, page 556:
- Revzin cites the ease with which it can be used to precisely isolate interesting proteins from even crude extracts: "You can simply ask, here's a gemish of stuff from a bunch of broken-up cells, and is there a factor that's going to bind to a specific sequence of DNA?"
2011 December 7, Laurence McCullogh, PhD, “Ethical Challenges of Health Care Reform”, in ContinuPrint, retrieved 2012-02-06:
- The United States has a healthcare gemish ... We have gemishes for education, transportation, food production ...