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    1. Maynes, JT; Bateman, KS; Cherney, MM; Das, AK; Luu, HA; Holmes, CFB; James, MNG
      Crystal structure of the tumor-promoter okadaic acid bound to protein phosphatase-1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Lavigne, P; Bagu, JR; Boyko, R; Willard, L; Holmes, CFB; Sykes, BD
      Structure-based thermodynamic analysis of the dissociation of protein phosphatase-1 catalytic subunit and microcystin-LR docked complexes

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    3. Motyka, B; Korbutt, G; Pinkoski, MJ; Heibein, JA; Caputo, A; Hobman, M; Barry, M; Shostak, I; Sawchuk, T; Holmes, CFB; Gauldie, J; Bleackley, RC
      Mannose 6-phosphate/insulin-like growth factor II receptor is a death receptor for granzyme B during cytotoxic T cell-induced apoptosis

      CELL
    4. Morris, RJ; Williams, DE; Luu, HA; Holmes, CFB; Andersen, RJ; Calvert, SE
      The adsorption of microcystin-LR by natural clay particles

      TOXICON
    5. McCready, TL; Islam, BF; Schmitz, FJ; Luu, HA; Dawson, JF; Holmes, CFB
      Inhibition of protein phosphatase-1 by clavosines A and B - Novel members of the calyculin family of toxins

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Dawson, JF; Luu, HA; Bagu, JR; Holmes, CFB
      Mutation of the toxin binding site of PP-1c: Comparison with PP-2B

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    7. Dawson, JF; Holmes, CFB
      Identification of sds21 in fission yeast in an inhibitor-resistant high molecular mass protein phosphatase-1 complex

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    8. FU X; SCHMITZ FJ; KELLYBORGES M; MCCREADY TL; HOLMES CFB
      CLAVOSINES A-C FROM THE MARINE SPONGE MYRIASTRA-CLAVOSA - POTENT CYTOTOXINS AND INHIBITORS OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 AND PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-2A

      Journal of organic chemistry
    9. DAWSON JF; OSTERGAARD HL; KLIX H; BOLAND MP; HOLMES CFB
      EVIDENCE FOR REVERSIBLE TYROSINE PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION IN THE OKADAIC ACID-PRODUCING MARINE DINOFLAGELLATE PROROCENTRUM-LIMA

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    10. WILLIAMS DE; CRAIG M; DAWE SC; KENT ML; HOLMES CFB; ANDERSEN RJ
      EVIDENCE FOR A COVALENTLY BOUND FORM OF MICROCYSTIN-LR IN SALMON LIVER AND DUNGENESS CRAB LARVAE

      Chemical research in toxicology
    11. WILLIAMS DE; CRAIG M; DAWE SC; KENT ML; HOLMES CFB; ANDERSEN RJ
      EVIDENCE FOR A COVALENTLY BOUND FORM OF MICROCYSTIN-LR IN SALMON LIVER AND DUNGENESS CRAB LARVAE (VOL 10, PG 463, 1997)

      Chemical research in toxicology
    12. PREPAS EE; KOTAK BG; CAMPBELL LM; EVANS JC; HRUDEY SE; HOLMES CFB
      ACCUMULATION AND ELIMINATION OF CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXINS BY THE FRESH-WATER CLAM ANODONTA-GRANDIS-SIMPSONIANA

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    13. WILLIAMS DE; CRAIG M; DAWE SC; KENT ML; ANDERSEN RJ; HOLMES CFB
      C-14-LABELED MICROCYSTIN-LR ADMINISTERED TO ATLANTIC SALMON VIA INTRAPERITONEAL INJECTION PROVIDES IN-VIVO EVIDENCE FOR COVALENT BINDING OFMICROCYSTIN-LR IN SALMON LIVERS

      Toxicon
    14. WILLIAMS DE; DAWE SC; KENT ML; ANDERSEN RJ; CRAIG M; HOLMES CFB
      BIOACCUMULATION AND CLEARANCE OF MICROCYSTINS FROM SALT-WATER, MUSSELS, MYTILUS-EDULIS, AND IN-VIVO EVIDENCE FOR COVALENTLY BOUND MICROCYSTINS IN MUSSEL TISSUES

      Toxicon
    15. BAGU JR; SYKES BD; CRAIG MM; HOLMES CFB
      A MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR DIFFERENT INTERACTIONS OF MARINE TOXINS WITH PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 - MOLECULAR-MODELS FOR BOUND MOTUPORIN, MICROCYSTINS, OKADAIC ACID, AND CALYCULIN-A

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    16. DAWSON JF; WANG KH; HOLMES CFB
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE AND ITS POSSIBLE DIRECT INTERACTIONS WITH PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 IN MARINE DINOFLAGELLATES

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    17. CRAIG M; LUU HA; MCCREADY TL; WILLIAMS D; ANDERSEN RJ; HOLMES CFB
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE INTERACTION OF MOTUPORIN AND MICROYCYSTINS WITH TYPE-1 AND TYPE-2A PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    18. KOTAK BG; ZURAWELL RW; PREPAS EE; HOLMES CFB
      MICROCYSTIN-LR CONCENTRATION IN AQUATIC FOOD-WEB COMPARTMENTS FROM LAKES OF VARYING TROPHIC STATUS

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    19. WILLIAMS DE; CRAIG M; HOLMES CFB; ANDERSEN RJ
      FERINTOIC ACID-A AND ACID-B, NEW CYCLIC HEXAPEPTIDES FROM THE FRESH-WATER CYANOBACTERIUM MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA

      Journal of natural products
    20. BAGY JR; SONNICHSEN FD; WILLIAMS D; ANDERSEN RJ; SYKES BD; HOLMES CFB
      COMPARISON OF THE SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF MICROCYSTIN-LR AND MOTUPORIN

      Nature structural biology
    21. WILLIAMS DE; KENT ML; ANDERSEN RJ; KLIX H; HOLMES CFB
      TISSUE DISTRIBUTION AND CLEARANCE OF TRITIUM-LABELED DIHYDROMICROCYSTIN-LR EPIMERS ADMINISTERED TO ATLANTIC SALMON VIA INTRAPERITONEAL INJECTION

      Toxicon
    22. MULVEY MR; FANG HS; HOLMES CFB; SCRABA DG
      THE CELLULAR U-PARTICLE, WHOSE SYNTHESIS IS INDUCED BY MENGOVIRUS INFECTION, IS HOMOLOGOUS TO APOFERRITIN

      Virology
    23. LAMBERT TW; BOLAND MP; HOLMES CFB; HRUDEY SE
      QUANTITATION OF THE MICROCYSTIN HEPATOTOXINS IN WATER AT ENVIRONMENTALLY RELEVANT CONCENTRATIONS WITH THE PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE BIOASSAY

      Environmental science & technology
    24. DAWSON JF; BOLAND MP; HOLMES CFB
      A CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS-BASED ASSAY FOR PROTEIN-KINASES AND PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES USING PEPTIDE-SUBSTRATES

      Analytical biochemistry
    25. HOLMES CFB; BOLAND MP
      INHIBITORS OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 AND PHOSPHATASE-2A - 2 OF THE MAJOR SERINE THREONINE PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES INVOLVED IN CELLULAR-REGULATION

      Current opinion in structural biology
    26. CRAIG M; MCCREADY TL; LUU HA; SMILLIE MA; DUBORD P; HOLMES CFB
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HYDROPHOBIC MICROCYSTINS IN CANADIAN FRESH-WATER CYANOBACTERIA

      Toxicon
    27. BOLAND MP; SMILLIE MA; CHEN DZX; HOLMES CFB
      A UNIFIED BIOSCREEN FOR THE DETECTION OF DIARRHETIC SHELLFISH TOXINS AND MICROCYSTINS IN MARINE AND FRESH-WATER ENVIRONMENTS

      Toxicon
    28. CHEN DZX; BOLAND MP; SMILLIE MA; KLIX H; PTAK C; ANDERSEN RJ; HOLMES CFB
      IDENTIFICATION OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE INHIBITORS OF THE MICROCYSTIN CLASS IN THE MARINE-ENVIRONMENT

      Toxicon
    29. ANDERSEN RJ; LUU HA; CHEN DZX; HOLMES CFB; KENT ML; LEBLANC M; TAYLOR FJRM; WILLIAMS DE
      CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE LINKS MICROCYSTINS TO SALMON NETPEN LIVER-DISEASE

      Toxicon
    30. MILNER RE; BUSAAN JL; HOLMES CFB; WANG JH; MICHALAK M
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF DYSTROPHIN - THE CARBOXYL-TERMINAL REGION OF DYSTROPHIN IS A SUBSTRATE FOR IN-VITRO PHOSPHORYLATION BY P34(CDC2) PROTEIN-KINASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. ANDERSEN RJ; BURGOYNE DL; WILLIAMS DE; KONG FM; DESILVA ED; MIAO SC; ALLEN TM; HOLMES CFB; CHEN D; KENT M
      NEW NATURAL-PRODUCTS FROM MARINE-INVERTEBRATES

      Gazzetta chimica italiana
    32. BOLAND MP; TAYLOR MFJR; HOLMES CFB
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A TYPE-1 PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE FROM THE OKADAIC ACID-PRODUCING MARINE DINOFLAGELLATE PROROCENTRUM-LIMA

      FEBS letters
    33. SHESTOWSKY WS; HOLMES CFB; HU TM; MARR J; WRIGHT JLC; CHIN J; SIKORSKA HM
      AN ANTI-OKADAIC ACID-ANTI-IDIOTYPIC ANTIBODY BEARING AN INTERNAL IMAGE OF OKADAIC ACID INHIBITS PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE PP1 AND PP2A CATALYTIC ACTIVITY

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications


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