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    1. Myles, T; Le Bonniec, BF; Stone, SR
      The dual role of thrombin's anion-binding exosite-I in the recognition andcleavage of the protease-activated receptor 1

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    2. Myles, T; Le Bonniec, BF; Betz, A; Stone, SR
      Electrostatic steering and ionic tethering in the formation of thrombin-hirudin complexes: The role of the thrombin anion-binding exosite-I

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    3. 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
    4. CHINNI C; BOTTOMLEY SP; DUFFY EJ; HEMMINGS BA; STONE SR
      EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION OF THE HUMAN THROMBIN RECEPTOR

      Protein expression and purification
    5. ABRAHAM LA; JENKINS AL; STONE SR; MACKIE EJ
      EXPRESSION OF THE THROMBIN RECEPTOR IN DEVELOPING BONE AND ASSOCIATEDTISSUES

      Journal of bone and mineral research
    6. Bottomley, SP; Stone, SR
      Protein engineering of chimeric Serpins: an investigation into effects of the serpin scaffold and reactive centre loop length

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    7. MYLES T; CHURCH FC; WHINNA HC; MONARD D; STONE SR
      ROLE OF THROMBIN ANION-BINDING EXOSITE-I IN THE FORMATION OF THROMBIN-SERPIN COMPLEXES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    8. HOU L; KAPAS S; CRUCHLEY AT; MACEY MG; HARRIOTT P; CHINNI C; STONE SR; HOWELLS GL
      IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF PROTEASE-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-2 IN SKIN - RECEPTOR ACTIVATION STIMULATES INTERLEUKIN-8 SECRETION BY KERATINOCYTES IN-VITRO

      Immunology
    9. PARRY MAA; MILES T; TSCHOPP J; STONE SR
      CLEAVAGE OF THE THROMBIN RECEPTOR - IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL ACTIVATORS AND INACTIVATORS

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    10. DUFFY EJ; ANGLIKER H; LEBONNIEC BF; STONE SR
      ALLOSTERIC MODULATION OF THE ACTIVITY OF THROMBIN

      Biochemical journal
    11. VANDELOCHT A; BODE W; HUBER R; LEBONNIEC BF; STONE SR; ESMON CT; STUBBS MT
      THE THROMBIN E192Q-BPTI COMPLEX REVEALS GROSS STRUCTURAL REARRANGEMENTS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INTERACTION WITH ANTITHROMBIN AND THROMBOMODULIN

      EMBO journal
    12. STONE SR; LEBONNIEC BF
      INHIBITORY MECHANISM OF SERPINS - IDENTIFICATION OF STEPS INVOLVING THE ACTIVE-SITE SERINE RESIDUE OF THE PROTEASE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    13. HOWELLS GL; MACEY M; HOU L; STONE SR
      PROTEASE-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-2 - EVIDENCE FOR EXPRESSION BY HUMAN NEUTROPHILS

      Journal of dental research
    14. HOU L; CRUCHLEY AT; STONE SR; HOWELLS GL
      KERATINOCYTES EXPRESS PAR-2 AND RECEPTOR ACTIVATION STIMULATES IL-8 PRODUCTION

      Journal of dental research
    15. HOWELLS GL; MACEY MG; CHINNI C; HOU L; FOX MT; HARRIOTT P; STONE SR
      PROTEINASE-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-2 - EXPRESSION BY HUMAN NEUTROPHILS

      Journal of Cell Science
    16. HOPKINS PCR; CHANG USW; WARDELL MR; STONE SR
      INHIBITORY MECHANISM OF SERPINS - MOBILITY OF THE C-TERMINAL REGION OF THE REACTIVE-SITE LOOP

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    17. DJIE MZ; STONE SR; LEBONNIEC BF
      INTRINSIC SPECIFICITY OF THE REACTIVE-SITE LOOP OF ALPHA(1)-ANTITRYPSIN, ALPHA(1)-ANTICHYMOTRYPSIN, ANTITHROMBIN-III, AND PROTEASE NEXIN-I

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    18. FOX MT; HARRIOTT P; WALKER B; STONE SR
      IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL ACTIVATORS OF PROTEINASE-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-2

      FEBS letters
    19. MYLES T; CHURCH FC; WHINNA HC; MONARD D; STONE SR
      ROLE OF THROMBIN UNION-BINDING EXOSITE-I DURING FORMATION OF THROMBIN-SERPIN COMPLEXES

      Blood
    20. MACEY MG; HOWELLS GL; STONE SR; NEWLAND AC
      ANALYSIS OF THE PLATELET-TYPE THROMBIN RECEPTOR IN 20 CASES OF LARGE GRANULAR LYMPHOCYTE PROLIFERATIONS

      Leukemia
    21. ABRAHAM LA; STONE SR; MACKIE EJ
      EXPRESSION OF THE THROMBIN RECEPTOR IN DEVELOPING LIMBS

      Journal of bone and mineral research
    22. PARRY MAA; MYLES T; TSCHOPP J; STONE SR
      CLEAVAGE OF THE THROMBIN RECEPTOR - IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL ACTIVATORS AND INACTIVATORS

      Biochemical journal
    23. HAMPTON KK; DALY M; GREAVES M; LOWE GDO; FORBES CD; MACHIN SJ; MACKIE I; COHEN H; PRESTON E; STONE SR; BAIGENT C
      THROMBOTIC DISORDERS - DISCUSSION

      Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London
    24. CIRINO G; CICALA C; BUCCI MR; SORRENTINO L; MARAGANORE JM; STONE SR
      THROMBIN FUNCTIONS AS AN INFLAMMATORY MEDIATOR THROUGH ACTIVATION OF ITS RECEPTOR

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    25. HOU L; MACEY M; FOX MT; STONE SR; HOWELLS GL
      PROTEASE-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-2 EXPRESSION BY HUMAN FIBROBLASTS AND KERATINOCYTES

      Journal of dental research
    26. HOU L; MACEY S; STONE SR; HOWELLS GL
      HUMAN GINGIVAL FIBROBLASTS EXPRESS THE PROTEOLYTICALLY ACTIVATED THROMBIN RECEPTOR

      Journal of dental research
    27. DJIE MZ; LEBONNIEC BF; HOPKINS PCR; HIPLER K; STONE SR
      ROLE OF THE P-2 RESIDUE IN DETERMINING THE SPECIFICITY OF SERPINS

      Biochemistry
    28. LEBONNIEC BF; MYLES T; JOHNSON T; KNIGHT CG; TAPPARELLI C; STONE SR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE P-2' AND P-3' SPECIFICITIES OF THROMBIN USINGFLUORESCENCE-QUENCHED SUBSTRATES AND MAPPING OF THE SUBSITES BY MUTAGENESIS

      Biochemistry
    29. STONE SR; TAPPARELLI C
      THROMBIN INHIBITORS AS ANTITHROMBOTIC AGENTS - THE IMPORTANCE OF RAPID INHIBITION

      Journal of enzyme inhibition
    30. KAKKAR AK; LEMOINE NR; STONE SR; ALTIERI D; WILLIAMSON RCN
      IDENTIFICATION OF A THROMBIN RECEPTOR WITH FACTOR XA RECEPTOR AND TISSUE FACTOR IN HUMAN PANCREATIC-CARCINOMA CELLS

      JCP. Clinical molecular pathology
    31. STONE SR
      THROMBIN INHIBITORS - A NEW-GENERATION OF ANTITHROMBOTICS

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    32. HOPKINS PCR; CARRELL RW; STONE SR
      DESIGNING A NOVEL THROMBIN-SPECIFIC SERPIN - THE LARGE CONTRIBUTION OF COOPERATIVE INTERACTIONS IN THE SERPIN REACTIVE-SITE LOOP TO SPECIFICITY

      Protein engineering
    33. GUILLIN MC; STONE SR; FENTON JW
      4TH BIENNIAL MEETING ON BLOOD-COAGULATION

      Seminars in thrombosis and hemostasis
    34. GUILLIN MC; STONE SR; FENTON JW
      REPORT OF THE 4TH BIENNIAL MEETING ON BLOOD-COAGULATION AND PLATELET BIOLOGY, SEPTEMBER 11-15, 1994, MEGEVE, FRANCE

      Thrombosis research
    35. RAVENALL SJ; STONE SR; CURTIS MA; HOWELLS GL
      THROMBIN, BUT NOT A PROTEOLYTICALLY INACTIVE MUTANT, STIMULATES IL-6 PRODUCTION BY HUMAN GINGIVAL FIBROBLASTS

      Journal of dental research
    36. HOWELLS GL; CURTIS MA; SCOTT E; STONE SR
      POLYMORPHONUCLEAR CELL CHEMOTAXIS IN RESPONSE TO THROMBIN AND A PROTEOLYTICALLY INACTIVE MUTANT THROMBIN IN-VITRO

      Journal of dental research
    37. JENKINS AL; HOWELLS GL; SCOTT E; LEBONNIEC BF; CURTIS MA; STONE SR
      THE RESPONSE TO THROMBIN OF HUMAN NEUTROPHILS - EVIDENCE FOR 2 NOVEL RECEPTORS

      Journal of Cell Science
    38. LOMAS DA; STONE SR; LLEWELLYNJONES C; KEOGAN MT; WANG ZM; RUBIN H; CARRELL RW; STOCKLEY RA
      THE CONTROL OF NEUTROPHIL CHEMOTAXIS BY INHIBITORS OF CATHEPSIN-G ANDCHYMOTRYPSIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. HOPKINS PCR; CROWTHER DC; CARRELL RW; STONE SR
      DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL RECOMBINANT SERPIN WITH POTENTIAL ANTITHROMBOTIC PROPERTIES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. HOPKINS PCR; STONE SR
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE CONSERVED HINGE REGION RESIDUES OF ALPHA(1)-ANTITRYPSIN TO ITS REACTION WITH ELASTASE

      Biochemistry
    41. LEBONNIEC BF; GUINTO ER; STONE SR
      IDENTIFICATION OF THROMBIN RESIDUES THAT MODULATE ITS INTERACTIONS WITH ANTITHROMBIN-III AND ALPHA-1-ANTITRYPSIN

      Biochemistry
    42. STONE SR; HERMANS JM
      INHIBITORY MECHANISM OF SERPINS - INTERACTION OF THROMBIN WITH ANTITHROMBIN AND PROTEASE NEXIN-1

      Biochemistry
    43. HERMANS JM; MONARD D; JONES R; STONE SR
      INHIBITION OF ACROSIN BY SERPINS - A SUICIDE SUBSTRATE MECHANISM

      Biochemistry
    44. GUILLIN MC; STONE SR; FENTON JW
      UNTITLED

      Blood coagulation & fibrinolysis
    45. DJIE MZ; STONE SR
      THE EFFECTS OF SUBSTITUTING THE REACTIVE-SITE LOOP OF ALPHA-1-ANTICHYMOTRYPSIN WITH THOSE OF ANTITHROMBIN-III AND PROTEASE NEXIN INHIBITOR

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    46. BETZ A; HOPKINS PCR; LEBONNIEC BF; STONE SR
      CONTRIBUTION OF INTERACTIONS WITH THE CORE DOMAIN OF HIRUDIN TO THE STABILITY OF ITS COMPLEX WITH THROMBIN

      Biochemical journal
    47. SUIDAN HS; BOUVIER J; SCHAERER E; STONE SR; MONARD D; TSCHOPP J
      GRANZYME-A RELEASED UPON STIMULATION OF CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTES ACTIVATES THE THROMBIN RECEPTOR ON NEURONAL CELLS AND ASTROCYTES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    48. JENKINS AL; BOOTMAN MD; BERRIDGE MJ; STONE SR
      DIFFERENCES IN INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM SIGNALING AFTER ACTIVATION OF THE THROMBIN RECEPTOR BY THROMBIN AND AGONIST PEPTIDE IN OSTEOBLAST-LIKECELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. HOWELLS GL; MACEY M; MURRELL AM; GREEN AR; CURTIS MA; STONE SR
      THROMBIN RECEPTOR EXPRESSION AND FUNCTION IN LARGE GRANULAR LYMPHOCYTE PROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS

      British Journal of Haematology
    50. PARRY MAA; MARAGANORE JM; STONE SR
      KINETIC MECHANISM FOR THE INTERACTION OF HIRULOG WITH THROMBIN

      Biochemistry
    51. SZYPERSKI T; ANTUCH W; SCHICK M; BETZ A; STONE SR; WUTHRICH K
      TRANSIENT HYDROGEN-BONDS IDENTIFIED ON THE SURFACE OF THE NMR SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF HIRUDIN

      Biochemistry
    52. STONE SR; BROWNLUEDI ML; ROVELLI G; GUIDOLIN A; MCGLYNN E; MONARD D
      LOCALIZATION OF THE HEPARIN-BINDING SITE OF GLIA-DERIVED NEXIN PROTEASE NEXIN-1 BY SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS

      Biochemistry
    53. HERMANS JM; JONES R; STONE SR
      RAPID INHIBITION OF THE SPERM PROTEASE ACROSIN BY PROTEIN-C INHIBITOR

      Biochemistry
    54. LEBONNIEC BF; BETZ A; GUINTO ER; ESMON CT; STONE SR
      MAPPING OF THE THROMBIN DES-ETW CONFORMATION BY USING SITE-DIRECTED MUTANTS OF HIRUDIN - EVIDENCE FOR THE INDUCTION OF NONLOCAL MODIFICATIONS BY MUTAGENESIS

      Biochemistry
    55. DUFFY EJ; PARRY MA; STONE SR
      MAPPING THE TETHERED LIGAND-BINDING SITE OF THE THROMBIN RECEPTOR BY SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    56. LEBONNIEC BF; BETZ A; GUINTO ER; ESMON CT; STONE SR
      MAPPING OF THROMBIN DES-ETW CONFORMATION BY USING SITE-DIRECTED MUTANTS OF HIRUDIN

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    57. BETZ A; STONE SR
      EFFECTS OF MUTATIONS IN THE CORE DOMAIN OF HIRUDIN ON THE INTERACTIONWITH ALPHA-THROMBIN

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    58. MYLES T; LEBONNIEC B; STONE SR
      EXPRESSION OF ACTIVE SECRETED HUMAN PROTHROMBIN BY RECOMBINANT BACULOVIRUS-INFECTED INSECT CELLS IN SERUM-FREE MEDIA

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    59. HERMANS JM; STONE SR
      INTERACTION OF ACTIVATED PROTEIN-C WITH SERPINS

      Biochemical journal
    60. ANGLIKER H; SHAW E; STONE SR
      SYNTHESIS OF OLIGOPEPTIDE CHLOROMETHANES TO INVESTIGATE EXTENDED BINDING REGIONS OF PROTEINASES - APPLICATION TO THE INTERACTION OF FIBRINOGEN WITH THROMBIN

      Biochemical journal
    61. JENKINS AL; BOOTMAN MD; TAYLOR CW; MACKIE EJ; STONE SR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RECEPTOR RESPONSIBLE FOR THROMBIN-INDUCED INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM RESPONSES IN OSTEOBLAST-LIKE CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. LEBONNIEC BF; GUINTO ER; MACGILLIVRAY RTA; STONE SR; ESMON CT
      THE ROLE OF THROMBINS TYR-PRO-PRO-TRP MOTIF IN THE INTERACTION WITH FIBRINOGEN, THROMBOMODULIN, PROTEIN-C, ANTITHROMBIN-III, AND THE KUNITZINHIBITORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    63. HOWELLS GL; MACEY M; CURTIS MA; STONE SR
      PERIPHERAL-BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES EXPRESS THE PLATELET-TYPE THROMBIN RECEPTOR

      British Journal of Haematology
    64. HOPKINS PCR; CARRELL RW; STONE SR
      EFFECTS OF MUTATIONS IN THE HINGE REGION OF SERPINS

      Biochemistry


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