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Ian Alistair Johnston

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  1. Article › Research › Peer-reviewed
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    A Newly Classified Vertebrate Calpain Protease, Directly Ancestral to CAPN1 and 2, Episodically Evolved a Restricted Physiological Function in Placental Mammals

    Macqueen, D. J., Delbridge, M. L., Manthri, S. & Johnston, I. A., Aug 2010, In : Molecular Biology and Evolution. 27, 8, p. 1886-1902 17 p.

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    A Novel Tensile Test Method to Assess Texture and Gaping in Salmon Fillets

    Ashton, T. J., Michie, I. & Johnston, I. A., May 2010, In : Journal of Food Science. 75, 4, p. 182-190 9 p.

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    A genomic approach to reveal novel genes associated with myotube formation in the model teleost, Takifugu rubripes

    Fernandes, J. M. O., Mackenzie, M. G., Elgar, G., Suzuki, Y., Watabe, S., Kinghorn, J. R. & Johnston, I. A., 11 Aug 2005, In : Physiological Genomics. 22, 3, p. 327-338 12 p.

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    Biochemical and structural factors contributing to seasonal variation in the texture of farmed halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.) flesh.

    Johnston, I. A., Solberg, C., Sirnes, E. & Johnston, I. A., 11 Jul 2007, In : Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55, p. 5803-5808 6 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Body bending during fast-starts in fish can be explained in terms of muscle torque and hydrodynamic resistance

    Johnston, I. A. & Wakeling, JM., Mar 1999, In : Journal of Experimental Biology. 202, p. 675-682 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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