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    1. Ortells, MO; Barrantes, GE
      Understanding channel blocking in the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor

      RECEPTORS & CHANNELS
    2. Van der Hoorn, RAL; Van der Ploeg, A; de Wit, PJGM; Joosten, MHAJ
      The C-terminal dilysine motif for targeting to the endoplasmic reticulum is not required for Cf-9 function

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    3. Sakai, T; Yamasaki, K; Sako, T; Kragh-Hansen, U; Suenaga, A; Otagiri, M
      Interaction mechanism between indoxyl sulfate, a typical uremic toxin bound to site II, and ligands bound to site I of human serum albumin

      PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH
    4. Lhuissier, FGP; De Ruijter, NCA; Sieberer, BJ; Esseling, JJ; Emons, AMC
      Time course of cell biological events evoked in legume root hairs by Rhizobium Nod factors: State of the art

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    5. Lievens, S; Goormachtig, S; Holsters, M
      A critical evaluation of differential display as a tool to identify genes involved in legume nodulation: looking back and looking forward

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    6. Goormachtig, S; Van de Velde, W; Lievens, S; Verplancke, C; Herman, S; De Keyser, A; Holsters, M
      Srchi24, a chitinase homolog lacking an essential glutamic acid residue for hydrolytic activity, is induced during nodule development on Sesbania rostrata

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Gallagher, MJ; Chiara, DC; Cohen, JB
      Interactions between 3-(trifluoromethyl)-3-(m-[I-125]iodophenyl)diazirine and tetracaine, phencyclidine, or histrionicotoxin in the Torpedo species nicotinic acetylcholine receptor ion channel

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Monaco, MCG; Sabath, BF; Durham, LC; Major, EO
      JC virus multiplication in human hematopoietic progenitor cells requires the NF-1 class D transcription factor

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    9. Weinberger, F; Richard, C; Kloareg, B; Kashman, Y; Hoppe, HG; Friedlander, M
      Structure-activity relationships of oligoagar elicitors toward Gracilaria conferta (Rhodophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    10. van den Brink, EN; Turenhout, EAM; Bovenschen, N; Heijnen, BGADH; Mertens, K; Peters, M; Voorberg, J
      Multiple VH genes are used to assemble human antibodies directed toward the A3-Cl domains of factor VIII

      BLOOD
    11. Mithofer, A; Fliegmann, J; Neuhaus-Url, G; Schwarz, H; Ebel, J
      The hepta-beta-glucoside elicitor-binding proteins from legumes represent a putative receptor family

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Crespi, M; Galvez, S
      Molecular mechanisms in root nodule development

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    13. Jennings, JC; Apel-Birkhold, PC; Bailey, BA; Anderson, JD
      Induction of ethylene biosynthesis and necrosis in weed leaves by a Fusarium oxysporum protein

      WEED SCIENCE
    14. Broughton, WJ; Jabbouri, S; Perret, X
      Keys to symbiotic harmony

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    15. Pratt, MB; Pedersen, SE; Cohen, JB
      Identification of the sites of incorporation of [H-3]ethidium diazide within the torpedo nicotinic acetylcholine receptor ion channel

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. Covic, L; Gresser, AL; Kuliopulos, A
      Biphasic kinetics of activation and signaling for PAR1 and PAR4 thrombin receptors in platelets

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Kaufman, RJ; Pipe, SW
      Regulation of factor VIII expression and activity by von Willebrand factor

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    18. Mertens, K; Celie, PHN; Kolkman, JA; Lenting, PJ
      Factor VIII-factor IX interactions: Molecular sites involved in enzyme-cofactor complex assembly

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    19. Lollar, P
      Characterization of factor VIIIB-cell inhibitory epitopes

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    20. Eterovic, VA; Lu, RL; Eakin, AE; Rodriguez, AD; Ferchmin, PA
      Determinants of phencyclidine potency on the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors from muscle and electric organ

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    21. Zhang, E; St Charles, R; Tulinsky, A
      Structure of extracellular tissue factor complexed with factor VIIa inhibited with a BPTI mutant

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    22. Tamamizu, S; Lee, YH; Hung, B; McNamee, MG; Lasalde-Dominicci, JA
      Alteration in ion channel function of mouse nicotinic acetylcholine receptor by mutations in the M4 transmembrane domain

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    23. Mathus, A; Bajaj, SP
      Protease and EGF1 domains of factor IXa play distinct roles in binding to factor VIIIa - Importance of helix 330 (helix 162 in chymotrypsin) of protease domain of factor IXa in its interaction with factor VIIIa

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Kaufman, RJ; Dorner, AJ; Fass, DN
      von Willebrand factor elevates plasma factor VIII without induction of factor VIII messenger RNA in the liver

      BLOOD
    25. AOYAGI H; SAKAMOTO Y; ASADA M; TANAKA H
      INDOLE ALKALOIDS PRODUCTION BY CATHARANTHUS-ROSEUS PROTOPLASTS WITH ARTIFICIAL CELL-WALLS CONTAINING OF GULURONIC ACID-RICH ALGINATE GEL

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    26. CHANGEUX JP; BERTRAND D; CORRINGER PJ; DEHAENE S; EDELSTEIN S; LENA C; LENOVERE N; MARUBIO L; PICCIOTTO M; ZOLI M
      BRAIN NICOTINIC RECEPTORS - STRUCTURE AND REGULATION, ROLE IN LEARNING AND REINFORCEMENT

      Brain research reviews
    27. BLANTON MP; DANGOTT LJ; RAJA SK; LALA AK; COHEN JB
      PROBING THE STRUCTURE OF THE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR ION-CHANNEL WITH THE UNCHARGED PHOTOACTIVABLE COMPOUND [H-3]DIAZOFLUORENE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    28. Linnertz, H; Kost, H; Obsil, T; Kotyk, A; Amler, E; Schoner, W
      Erythrosin 5 '-isothiocyanate labels Cys(549) as part of the low-affinity ATP binding site of Na+/K+-ATPase

      FEBS LETTERS
    29. LENTING PJ; VANMOURIK JA; MERTENS K
      THE LIFE-CYCLE OF COAGULATION-FACTOR-VIII IN VIEW OF ITS STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Blood
    30. HEALEY JF; BARROW RT; TAMIM HM; LUBIN IM; SHIMA M; SCANDELLA D; LOLLAR P
      RESIDUES GLU2181-VAL2243 CONTAIN A MAJOR DETERMINANT OF THE INHIBITORY EPITOPE IN THE C2 DOMAIN OF HUMAN FACTOR-VIII

      Blood
    31. FRANCIS MM; CHOI KI; HORENSTEIN BA; PAPKE RL
      SENSITIVITY TO VOLTAGE-INDEPENDENT INHIBITION DETERMINED BY PORE-LINING REGION OF THE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Biophysical journal
    32. CHENG CH; GENG JP; CASTELLINO FJ
      THE FUNCTIONS OF THE FIRST EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR HOMOLOGY REGION OFHUMAN PROTEIN-C AS REVEALED BY A CHARGE-TO-ALANINE SCANNING MUTAGENESIS INVESTIGATION

      Biological chemistry
    33. BOUZAT C; BARRANTES FJ
      ASSIGNING FUNCTIONS TO RESIDUES IN THE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR CHANNELREGION (REVIEW)

      Molecular membrane biology
    34. LINNERTZ H; BECKER IL; KRUMSCHEID R; AMLER E; THOENGES D; SCHONER W
      FLUORESCEINYL]THIOUREIDO]ETHYL]CARBAMOYL]ADENOSINE 5'-TRIPHOSPHATE AND ITS CR(H2O)(4) AND CO(NH3)(4) COMPLEX DERIVATIVES ARE NEW FLUORESCENT TOOLS FOR LABELING ATP BINDING-SITES OF NA+ K+-ATPASE/

      Physiologia bohemoslovaca
    35. HOHJOH H; SINGER MF
      SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC SINGLE-STRAND RNA-BINDING PROTEIN ENCODED BY THE HUMAN LINE-1 RETROTRANSPOSON

      EMBO journal
    36. WATTY A; METHFESSEL C; HUCHO F
      FIXATION OF ALLOSTERIC STATES OF THE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORBY CHEMICAL CROSS-LINKING

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    37. MATHUR A; ZHONG DG; SABHARWAL AK; SMITH KJ; BAJAJ SP
      INTERACTION OF FACTOR IXA WITH FACTOR VIIIA - EFFECTS OF PROTEASE DOMAIN CA2-SITE, PROTEOLYSIS IN THE AUTOLYSIS LOOP, PHOSPHOLIPID, AND FACTOR-X( BINDING)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. SABHARWAL AK; PADMANABHAN K; TULINSKY A; MATHUR A; GORKA J; BAJAJ SP
      INTERACTION OF CALCIUM WITH NATIVE AND DECARBOXYLATED HUMAN FACTOR-X - EFFECT OF PROTEOLYSIS IN THE AUTOLYSIS LOOP ON CATALYTIC EFFICIENCY AND FACTOR VA BINDING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. NELSON JM; FRY DW
      CYTOSKELETAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL-CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE SPECIFIC SUPPRESSION OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE-ACTIVITY IN A431 HUMAN EPIDERMOID CARCINOMA

      Experimental cell research
    40. STENBERG Y; JULENIUS K; DAHLQVIST I; DRAKENBERG T; STENFLO J
      CALCIUM-BINDING PROPERTIES OF THE 3RD AND 4TH EPIDERMAL-GROWTH-FACTOR-LIKE MODULES IN VITAMIN-K-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-S

      European journal of biochemistry
    41. FORMAN SA
      HOMOLOGOUS MUTATIONS ON DIFFERENT SUBUNITS CAUSE UNEQUAL BUT ADDITIVEEFFECTS ON N-ALCOHOL BLOCK IN THE NICOTINIC RECEPTOR PORE

      Biophysical journal
    42. ARIAS HR
      THE HIGH-AFFINITY QUINACRINE BINDING-SITE IS LOCATED AT A NON-ANNULARLIPID DOMAIN OF THE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    43. AOYAGI H; OKADA M; AKIMOTO C; KATSUYAMA H; YOSHIDA S; KUSAKABE I; TANAKA H
      PROMOTION EFFECT OF ALGINATE ON CHITINASE PRODUCTION BY WASABIA-JAPONICA

      Biotechnology techniques
    44. GENG JP; CHENG CH; CASTELLINO FJ
      FUNCTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF MUTATIONS IN AMINO-ACID-RESIDUES THAT STABILIZE CALCIUM-BINDING TO THE FIRST EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR HOMOLOGY DOMAIN OF HUMAN PROTEIN-C

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    45. MINAMI E; KUCHITSU K; HE DY; KOUCHI H; MIDOH N; OHTSUKI Y; SHIBUYA N
      2 NOVEL GENES RAPIDLY AND TRANSIENTLY ACTIVATED IN SUSPENSION-CULTURED RICE CELLS BY TREATMENT WITH N-ACETYLCHITOHEPTAOSE, A BIOTIC ELICITOR FOR PHYTOALEXIN PRODUCTION

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    46. TIERNEY ML; BIRNIR B; PILLAI NP; CLEMENTS JD; HOWITT SM; COX GB; GAGE PW
      EFFECTS OF MUTATING LEUCINE TO THREONINE IN THE M2 SEGMENT OF ALPHA(1) AND BETA(1) SUBUNITS OF GABA(A) ALPHA(1)BETA(1) RECEPTORS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    47. SAPENA R; MORIN D; ZINI R; MORIN C; TILLEMENT JP
      DESIPRAMINE TREATMENT DIFFERENTLY DOWN-REGULATES BETA-ADRENOCEPTORS OF FRESHLY ISOLATED NEURONS AND ASTROCYTES

      European journal of pharmacology
    48. LASALDE JA; TAMAMIZU S; BUTLER DH; VIBAT CRT; HUNG B; MCNAMEE MG
      TRYPTOPHAN SUBSTITUTIONS AT THE LIPID-EXPOSED TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT M4 OF TORPEDO-CALIFORNICA ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR GOVERN CHANNEL GATING

      Biochemistry
    49. KARLIN A; AKABAS MH
      TOWARD A STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR THE FUNCTION OF NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS AND THEIR COUSINS

      Neuron
    50. CHANGEUX JP
      THE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR - A MODEL FOR ALLOSTERIC MEMBRANE-PROTEINS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    51. ORTELLS MO; LUNT GG
      THE TRANSMEMBRANE REGION OF THE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR - ISIT AN ALL-HELIX BUNDLE

      Receptors & channels
    52. GALZI JL; CHANGEUX JP
      NEUROTRANSMITTER-GATED ION CHANNELS AS UNCONVENTIONAL ALLOSTERIC PROTEINS

      Current opinion in structural biology
    53. LIEBMANN C; MAMMERY K; GRANESS A
      BRADYKININ INHIBITS ADENYLATE-CYCLASE ACTIVITY IN GUINEA-PIG ILEUM MEMBRANES VIA A SEPARATE HIGH-AFFINITY BRADYKININ B-2 RECEPTOR

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    54. ATSUMI T; HOSOI K; UEHA T
      INVOLVEMENT OF HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING-SITE FOR EGF RECEPTOR IN FORMATION OF ROUNDING IN A-431 EPIDERMOID CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Hormone and Metabolic Research
    55. MARTINS IS; PENEFSKY HS
      COVALENT MODIFICATION OF CATALYTIC SITES ON MEMBRANE-BOUND BEEF-HEARTMITOCHONDRIAL ATPASE BY 2-AZIDO-ADENINE NUCLEOTIDES

      European journal of biochemistry
    56. BLANTON MP; COHEN JB
      IDENTIFYING THE LIPID-PROTEIN INTERFACE OF THE TORPEDO NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR - SECONDARY STRUCTURE IMPLICATIONS

      Biochemistry
    57. GREUBE A; ROMMELSPACHER H
      H-3! NORHARMAN (H-3!BETA-CARBOLINE) BINDS REVERSIBLY AND WITH HIGH-AFFINITY TO A SPECIFIC BINDING-SITE IN RAT-LIVER

      Neurochemical research
    58. DEVILLERSTHIERY A; GALZI JL; EISELE JL; BERTRAND S; BERTRAND D; CHANGEUX JP
      FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR - A PROTOTYPE OF LIGAND-GATED ION CHANNELS

      The Journal of membrane biology


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