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    1. Bottomley, SP; Lawrenson, ID; Tew, D; Dai, WW; Whisstock, JC; Pike, RN
      The role of strand 1 of the C beta-sheet in the structure and function of alpha(1)-antitrypsin

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    2. Lourbakos, A; Potempa, J; Travis, J; D'Andrea, MR; Andrade-Gordon, P; Santulli, R; Mackie, EJ; Pike, RN
      Arginine-specific protease from Porphyromonas gingivalis activates protease-activated receptors on human oral epithelial cells and induces interleukin-6 secretion

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    3. Lourbakos, A; Yuan, YP; Jenkins, AL; Travis, J; Andrade-Gordon, P; Santulli, R; Potempa, J; Pike, RN
      Activation of protease-activated receptors by gingipains from Porphyromonas gingivalis leads to platelet aggregation: a new trait in microbial pathogenicity

      BLOOD
    4. Abraham, LA; Chinni, C; Jenkins, AL; Lourbakos, A; Ally, N; Pike, RN; Mackie, EJ
      Expression of protease-activated receptor-2 by osteoblasts

      BONE
    5. Irving, JA; Pike, RN; Lesk, AM; Whisstock, JC
      Phylogeny of the serpin superfamily: Implications of patterns of amino acid conservation for structure and function

      GENOME RESEARCH
    6. Dunstone, MA; Dai, WW; Whisstock, JC; Rossjohn, J; Pike, RN; Feil, SC; Le Bonniec, BF; Parker, MW; Bottomley, SP
      Cleaved antitrypsin polymers at atomic resolution

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    7. Smooker, PM; Whisstock, JC; Irving, JA; Siyaguna, S; Spithill, TW; Pike, RN
      A single amino acid substitution affects substrate specificity in cysteineproteinases from Fasciola hepatica

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    8. Hopkins, PCR; Pike, RN; Stone, SR
      Evolution of serpin specificity: Cooperative interactions in the reactive-site loop sequence of antithrombin specifically restrict the inhibition of activated protein C

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    9. Whisstock, JC; Pike, RN; Jin, L; Skinner, R; Pei, XY; Carrell, RW; Lesk, AM
      Conformational changes in serpins: II. The mechanism of activation of antithrombin by heparin

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Chinni, C; de Niese, MR; Jenkins, AL; Pike, RN; Bottomley, SP; Mackie, EJ
      Protease-activated receptor-2 mediates proliferative responses in skeletalmyoblasts

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    11. Smith, R; Jenkins, A; Lourbakos, A; Thompson, P; Ramakrishnan, V; Tomlinson, J; Deshpande, U; Johnson, DA; Jones, R; Mackie, EJ; Pike, RN
      Evidence for the activation of PAR-2 by the sperm protease, acrosin: expression of the receptor on oocytes

      FEBS LETTERS
    12. Osicka, TM; Yu, YX; Panagiotopoulos, S; Clavant, SP; Kiriazis, Z; Pike, RN; Pratt, LM; Russo, LM; Kemp, BE; Comper, WD; Jerums, G
      Prevention of albuminuria by aminoguanidine or ramipril in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats is associated with the normalization of glomerular protein kinase C

      DIABETES
    13. Whisstock, JC; Irving, JA; Bottomley, SP; Pike, RN; Lesk, AM
      Serpins in the Caenorhabditis elegans genome

      PROTEINS-STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND GENETICS
    14. Troeberg, L; Morty, RE; Pike, RN; Lonsdale-Eccles, JD; Palmer, JT; McKerrow, JH; Coetzer, THT
      Cysteine proteinase inhibitors kill cultured bloodstream forms of Trypanosoma brucei brucei

      EXPERIMENTAL PARASITOLOGY
    15. FITTON HL; SKINNER R; DAFFORN TR; JIN L; PIKE RN
      THE N-TERMINAL SEGMENT OF ANTITHROMBIN ACTS AS A STERIC GATE FOR THE BINDING OF HEPARIN

      Protein science
    16. STREATFEILDJAMES RMA; WILLIAMSON D; PIKE RN; TEWKSBURY D; CARRELL RW; COUGHLIN PB
      ANGIOTENSINOGEN CLEAVAGE BY RENIN - IMPORTANCE OF A STRUCTURALLY CONSTRAINED N-TERMINUS

      FEBS letters
    17. LOURBAKOS A; CHINNI C; THOMPSON P; POTEMPA J; TRAVIS J; MACKIE EJ; PIKE RN
      CLEAVAGE AND ACTIVATION OF PROTEINASE-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-2 ON HUMAN NEUTROPHILS BY GINGIPAIN-R FROM PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS

      FEBS letters
    18. MORTY RE; TROEBERG L; PIKE RN; JONES R; NICKEL P; LONSDALEECCLES JD; COETZER THT
      A TRYPANOSOME OLIGOPEPTIDASE AS A TARGET FOR THE TRYPANOCIDAL AGENTS PENTAMIDINE, DIMINAZENE AND SURAMIN

      FEBS letters
    19. BEAUCHAMP NJ; PIKE RN; DALY M; BUTLER L; MAKRIS M; DAFFORN TR; ZHOU A; FITTON HL; PRESTON FE; PEAKE IR; CARRELL RW
      ANTITHROMBINS WIBBLE AND WOBBLE (T85M K) - ARCHETYPAL CONFORMATIONAL DISEASES WITH IN-VIVO LATENT - TRANSITION, THROMBOSIS, AND HEPARIN ACTIVATION/

      Blood
    20. FITTON HL; PIKE RN; CARRELL RW; CHANG WSW
      MECHANISMS OF ANTITHROMBIN POLYMERIZATION AND HEPARIN ACTIVATION PROBED BY THE INSERTION OF SYNTHETIC REACTIVE LOOP PEPTIDES

      Biological chemistry
    21. PIKE RN; BAGAROZZI D; TRAVIS J
      IMMUNOLOGICAL CROSS-REACTIVITY OF THE MAJOR ALLERGEN FROM PERENNIAL RYEGRASS (LOLIUM-PERENNE) LOL-P-I, AND THE CYSTEINE PROTEINASE, BROMELAIN

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    22. FITTON H; SKINNER R; CARRELL RW; PIKE RN
      ROLE OF THE N-TERMINAL STRAND OF ANTITHROMBIN IN STABILIZING HEPARIN-BINDING

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    23. TROEBERG L; PIKE RN; LONSDALEECCLES JD; COETZER THT
      PRODUCTION OF ANTIPEPTIDE ANTIBODIES AGAINST TRYPANOPAIN-TB FROM TRYPANOSOMA-BRUCEI-BRUCEI - EFFECTS OF ANTIBODIES ON ENZYME-ACTIVITY AGAINST Z-PHE-ARG-AMC

      Immunopharmacology
    24. JIN L; ABRAHAMS JP; SKINNER R; PETITOU M; PIKE RN; CARRELL RW
      THE ANTICOAGULANT ACTIVATION OF ANTITHROMBIN BY HEPARIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    25. PIKE RN; POTEMPA J; SKINNER R; FITTON HL; MCGRAW WT; TRAVIS J; OWEN M; JIN L; CARRELL RW
      HEPARIA-DEPENDENT MODIFICATION OF THE REACTIVE CENTER ARGININE OF ANTITHROMBIN AND CONSEQUENT INCREASE IN HEPARIN-BINDING AFFINITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    26. PAVLOFF N; PEMBERTON PA; POTEMPA J; CHEN WCA; PIKE RN; PROCHAZKA V; KIEFER MC; TRAVIS J; BARR PJ
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS LYSINE-SPECIFIC GINGIPAIN - A NEW MEMBER OF AN EMERGING FAMILY OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIAL CYSTEINE PROTEINASES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    27. RITONJA A; COETZER THT; PIKE RN; DENNISON C
      THE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCES, STRUCTURE COMPARISONS AND INHIBITION-KINETICS OF SHEEP CATHEPSIN-L AND SHEEP STEFIN-B

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    28. PIKE RN; POTEMPA J; MCGRAW W; COETZER THT; TRAVIS J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BINDING ACTIVITIES OF PROTEINASE-ADHESIN COMPLEXES FROM PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS

      Journal of bacteriology
    29. TROEBERG L; PIKE RN; MORTY RE; BERRY MK; COETZER THT; LONSDALEECCLES JD
      PROTEASES FROM TRYPANOSOMA-BRUCEI-BRUCEI - PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND INTERACTIONS WITH HOST REGULATORY MOLECULES

      European journal of biochemistry
    30. COETZER THT; DENNEHY KM; PIKE RN; DENNISON C
      BABOON (PAPIO-URSINUS) CATHEPSIN-L - PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARISON WITH HUMAN AND SHEEP CATHEPSIN-L

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    31. PAVLOFF N; POTEMPA J; PIKE RN; PROCHAZKA V; KIEFER MC; TRAVIS J; BARR PJ
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ARG-GINGIPAIN PROTEINASE OF PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS - BIOSYNTHESIS AS A PROTEINASE-ADHESIN POLYPROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    32. IMAMURA T; POTEMPA J; PIKE RN; TRAVIS J
      DEPENDENCE OF VASCULAR-PERMEABILITY ENHANCEMENT ON CYSTEINE PROTEINASES IN VESICLES OF PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS

      Infection and immunity
    33. IMAMURA T; POTEMPA J; PIKE RN; MOORE JN; BARTON MH; TRAVIS J
      EFFECT OF FREE AND VESICLE-BOUND CYSTEINE PROTEINASES OF PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS ON PLASMA CLOT FORMATION - IMPLICATIONS FOR BLEEDING TENDENCY AT PERIODONTITIS SITES

      Infection and immunity
    34. DEHRMANN FM; COETZER THT; PIKE RN; DENNISON C
      MATURE CATHEPSIN-L IS SUBSTANTIALLY ACTIVE IN THE IONIC MILIEU OF THEEXTRACELLULAR MEDIUM

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    35. IMAMURA T; PIKE RN; POTEMPA J; TRAVIS J
      PATHOGENESIS OF PERIODONTITIS - A MAJOR ARGININE-SPECIFIC CYSTEINE PROTEINASE FROM PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS INDUCES VASCULAR-PERMEABILITY ENHANCEMENT THROUGH ACTIVATION OF THE KALLIKREIN-KININ PATHWAY

      The Journal of clinical investigation


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