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    1. Xu, XL; Liu, QL; Xie, YS
      The effect of calcium (II) on the binding of anticoagulation factor II with activated coagulation factor X

      ACTA CHIMICA SINICA
    2. Deam, S; Srinivasan, N; Westby, J; Horn, EH; Dolan, G
      F X Nottingham and F X Taunton two novel mutations in factor X resulting in loss of functional activity and an interpretation using molecular modelling

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    3. Xu, XL; Liu, QL; Xie, YS
      The effect of calcium (II) on the binding of anticoagulation factor I withactivated coagulation factor X

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    4. Simioni, P; Vianello, F; Kalafatis, M; Barzon, L; Ladogana, S; Paolucci, P; Carotenuto, M; Dal Bello, F; Palu, G; Girolami, A
      A dysfunctional factor X (factor X San Giovanni Rotondo) present at homozygous and double heterozygous level: Identification of a novel microdeletion(delC556) and missense mutation (Lys(408)-> Asn) in the factor X gene - A study of an Italian family

      THROMBOSIS RESEARCH
    5. Li, QB; Huang, GW; Kinjoh, K; Nakamura, M; Kosugi, T
      Hematological studies on DIC-like findings observed in patients with snakebite in south China

      TOXICON
    6. Persson, KEM; Knobe, KE; Stenflo, J
      An Anti-EGF monoclonal antibody that detects intramolecular communication in factor IX

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    7. Herbert, JM; de Prost, D; Ollivier, V; Melis, E; Carmeliet, P
      Tissue factor is not involved in the mitogenic activity of factor VIIa

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    8. Guarna, MM; Cote, HCF; Kwan, EM; Rintoul, GL; Meyhack, B; Heim, J; MacGillivray, RTA; Warren, RAJ; Kilburn, DG
      Factor X fusion proteins: Improved production and use in the release in vitro of biologically active hirudin from an inactive alpha-factor-hirudin fusion protein

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    9. Millar, DS; Elliston, L; Deex, P; Krawczak, M; Wacey, AI; Reynaud, J; Nieuwenhuis, HK; Bolton-Maggs, P; Mannucci, PM; Reverter, JC; Cachia, P; Pasi, KJ; Layton, DM; Cooper, DN
      Molecular analysis of the genotype-phenotype relationship in factor X deficiency

      HUMAN GENETICS
    10. Pejler, G; Lunderius, C; Tomasini-Johansson, B
      Macrophages synthesize Factor X and secrete factor X/Xa-containing prothrombinase activity into the surrounding medium

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    11. Tishkoff, GH; Hunt, LT
      Unexpected molecular mimicry among peptides MHC class II, blood-clotting factor X, and HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein GP120

      THROMBOSIS RESEARCH
    12. Himmelspach, M; Pfleiderer, M; Fischer, BE; Plaimauer, B; Antoine, G; Falkner, FG; Dorner, F; Schlokat, U
      Recombinant human factor X: High yield expression and the role of furin inproteolytic maturation in vivo and in vitro

      THROMBOSIS RESEARCH
    13. Pendurthi, UR; Allen, KE; Ezban, M; Rao, LVM
      Factor VIIa and thrombin induce the expression of Cyr61 and connective tissue growth factor, extracellular matrix signaling proteins that could act as possible downstream mediators in factor VIIa center dot tissue factor-induced signal transduction

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    14. Zaman, GJR; Conway, EM
      The elusive factor Xa receptor: failure to detect transcripts that correspond to the published sequence of EPR-1

      BLOOD
    15. McGee, MP; Teuschler, H
      Adsorption of vitamin K-dependent proteins to live cell membranes measuredunder flow conditions

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    16. Salemink, I; Franssen, J; Willems, GM; Hemker, HC; Lindhout, T
      Inhibition of tissue factor-factor VIIa-catalyzed factor X activation by factor Xa-tissue factor pathway inhibitor - A rotating disc study on the effect of phospholipid membrane composition

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Shikamoto, Y; Morita, T
      Expression of factor X in both the rat brain and cells of the central nervous system

      FEBS LETTERS
    18. Valcarce, C; Bjork, I; Stenflo, J
      The epidermal growth factor precursor - A calcium-binding, beta-hydroxyasparagine containing modular protein present on the surface of platelets

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Zama, T; Murata, M; Watanabe, R; Yokoyama, K; Moriki, T; Ambo, H; Murakami, H; Kikuchi, M; Ikeda, Y
      A family with hereditary factor X deficiency with a point mutation Gla(32)to Gln in the Gla domain (factor X Tokyo)

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    20. MONROE DM; HOFFMAN M; OLIVER JA; ROBERTS HR
      A POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF ACTION OF ACTIVATED FACTOR-VII INDEPENDENT OFTISSUE FACTOR

      Blood coagulation & fibrinolysis
    21. FOGELSON AL; KUHARSKY AL
      MEMBRANE BINDING-SITE DENSITY CAN MODULATE ACTIVATION THRESHOLDS IN ENZYME-SYSTEMS

      Journal of theoretical biology
    22. DICKINSON CD; SHOBE J; RUF W
      INFLUENCE OF COFACTOR BINDING AND ACTIVE-SITE OCCUPANCY ON THE CONFORMATION OF THE MACROMOLECULAR SUBSTRATE EXOSITE OF FACTOR VIIA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    23. FAY PJ; KOSHIBU K
      THE A2 SUBUNIT OF FACTOR VIIIA MODULATES THE ACTIVE-SITE OF FACTOR IXA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    24. VANDEPOLL MLM; VANVUGT MJH; LENFERINK AEG; VANZOELEN EJJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE MINIMAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BINDING TO THE HUMAN EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR (EGF) RECEPTOR USING CHIMERAS OF HUMAN EGF AND AN EGF REPEAT OF DROSOPHILA NOTCH

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. BERSCH B; HERNANDEZ JF; MARION D; ARLAUD GJ
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR (ECF)-LIKE MODULE OF HUMAN-COMPLEMENT PROTEASE C1R, AN ATYPICAL MEMBER OF THE EGF FAMILY

      Biochemistry
    26. MURANYI A; FINN BE; GIPPERT GP; FORSEN S; STENFLO J; DRAKENBERG T
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE N-TERMINAL EGF-LIKE DOMAIN FROM HUMAN FACTOR-VII

      Biochemistry
    27. ZHANG Y; RIBEIRO JMC; GUIMARAES JA; WALSH PN
      NITROPHORIN-2 - A NOVEL MIXED-TYPE REVERSIBLE SPECIFIC INHIBITOR OF THE INTRINSIC FACTOR-X ACTIVATING COMPLEX

      Biochemistry
    28. PERRY DJ
      FACTOR-X AND ITS DEFICIENCY STATES

      Haemophilia
    29. VILLOUTREIX BO; TELEMAN O; DAHLBACK B
      A THEORETICAL-MODEL FOR THE GLA-TSR-EGF-1 REGION OF THE ANTICOAGULANTCOFACTOR PROTEIN-S - FROM BIOSTRUCTURAL PATHOLOGY TO SPECIES-SPECIFICCOFACTOR ACTIVITY

      Journal of computer-aided molecular design
    30. TSAI IH
      PHOSPHOLIPASES A(2) OF ASIAN SNAKE-VENOMS

      Journal of toxicology. Toxin reviews
    31. CAMICI M; EVANGELISTI L; BALESTRI P; CIONI L; RINDI P; SAGRIPANTI A; MERIGGIOLI M; GIORDANI R
      COAGULATION ACTIVATION IN EXTRACORPOREAL HEMODIALYSIS

      International journal of artificial organs
    32. COOPER DN; MILLAR DS; WACEY A; PEMBERTON S; TUDDENHAM EGD
      INHERITED FACTOR-X DEFICIENCY - MOLECULAR-GENETICS AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    33. PENDURTHI UR; ANDERSON KD; JAMES HL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A FULL-LENGTH CDNA FOR RABBIT FACTOR-X

      Thrombosis research
    34. BOUCHARD BA; CATCHER CS; THRASH BR; ADIDA C; TRACY PB
      EFFECTOR CELL PROTEASE RECEPTOR-1, A PLATELET ACTIVATION-DEPENDENT MEMBRANE-PROTEIN, REGULATES PROTHROMBINASE-CATALYZED THROMBIN GENERATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    35. AMBROSINI G; PLESCIA J; CHU KC; HIGH KA; ALTIERI DC
      ACTIVATION-DEPENDENT EXPOSURE OF THE INTER-EGF SEQUENCE LEU(83)-LEU(88) IN FACTOR XA MEDIATES LIGAND-BINDING TO EFFECTOR CELL PROTEASE RECEPTOR-1

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    36. REINHARDT DP; MECHLING DE; BOSWELL BA; KEENE DR; SAKAI LY; BACHINGER HP
      CALCIUM DETERMINES THE SHAPE OF FIBRILLIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    37. TEJERO R; BASSOLINOKLIMAS D; BRUCCOLERI RE; MONTELIONE GT
      SIMULATED ANNEALING WITH RESTRAINED MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS USING CONGEN -ENERGY REFINEMENT OF THE NMR SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF EPIDERMAL AND TYPE-ALPHA TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTORS

      Protein science
    38. MESSIER TL; WONG CY; BOVILL EG; LONG GL; CHURCH WR
      FACTOR-X STOCKTON - A MILD BLEEDING DIATHESIS ASSOCIATED WITH AN ACTIVE-SITE MUTATION IN FACTOR-X

      Blood coagulation & fibrinolysis
    39. STANTON C; ROSS RP; HUTSON S; WALLIN R
      PROCESSING AND EXPRESSION OF RAT AND HUMAN CLOTTING FACTOR-X-ENCODINGCDNAS

      Gene
    40. KELLY CR; SCHULLEK JR; RUF W; EDGINGTON TS
      TISSUE FACTOR RESIDUE ASP(44) REGULATES CATALYTIC FUNCTION OF THE BOUND PROTEINASE FACTOR VLLA

      Biochemical journal
    41. YAMADA D; SEKIYA F; MORITA T
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CARINACTIVASE, A NOVEL PROTHROMBIN ACTIVATOR IN ECHIS-CARINATUS VENOM WITH A UNIQUE CATALYTIC MECHANISM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. BAUGH RJ; KRISHNASWAMY S
      ROLE OF THE ACTIVATION PEPTIDE DOMAIN IN HUMAN FACTOR-X ACTIVATION BYTHE EXTRINSIC XASE COMPLEX

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. YAMADA T; NAGAI Y
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF HUMAN TISSUES WITH ANTIBODY TO FACTOR XA

      Histochemical Journal
    44. FREEDMAN SJ; SANFORD DG; BACHOVCHIN WW; FURIE BC; BALEJA JD; FURIE B
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR DOMAIN OF P-SELECTIN

      Biochemistry
    45. SCANDURA JM; WALSH PN
      FACTOR-X BOUND TO THE SURFACE OF ACTIVATED HUMAN PLATELETS IS PREFERENTIALLY ACTIVATED BY PLATELET-BOUND FACTOR IXA

      Biochemistry
    46. CELDA B; BIAMONTI C; ARNAU MJ; TEJERO R; MONTELIONE GT
      COMBINED USE OF C-13 CHEMICAL-SHIFT AND H-1-ALPHA-C-13-ALPHA HETERONUCLEAR NOE DATA IN MONITORING A PROTEIN NMR STRUCTURE REFINEMENT

      Journal of biomolecular NMR
    47. MARTIN DMA; BOYS CWG; RUF W
      TISSUE FACTOR - MOLECULAR RECOGNITION AND COFACTOR FUNCTION

      The FASEB journal
    48. ALTIERI DC
      XA RECEPTOR EPR-1

      The FASEB journal
    49. NEMERSON Y
      TISSUE FACTOR - THEN AND NOW

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    50. NAKAGAWA H; TAKAHASHI N; FUJIKAWA K; KAWAMURA Y; IINO M; TAKEYA H; OGAWA H; SUZUKI K
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE OLIGOSACCHARIDE STRUCTURES OF HUMAN COAGULATION-FACTOR-X ACTIVATION PEPTIDE AT EACH GLYCOSYLATION SITE

      Glycoconjugate journal
    51. RAO Z; HANDFORD P; MAYHEW M; KNOTT V; BROWNLEE GG; STUART D
      THE STRUCTURE OF A CA2-BINDING EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE DOMAIN - ITS ROLE IN PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS()

      Cell
    52. SAMEL M; SIIGUR J
      MEDIUM MOLECULAR-WEIGHT FACTOR-X ACTIVATING ENZYME FROM VIPERA-BERUS-BERUS VENOM

      Toxicon
    53. LEIPOLD RJ; BOZARTH TA; RACANELLI AL; DICKER IB
      MATHEMATICAL-MODEL OF SERINE-PROTEASE INHIBITION IN THE TISSUE FACTORPATHWAY TO THROMBIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    54. HAYWARD CPM; HASSELL JA; DENOMME GA; RACHUBINSKI RA; BROWN C; KELTON JG
      THE CDNA SEQUENCE OF HUMAN ENDOTHELIAL-CELL MULTIMERIN - A UNIQUE PROTEIN WITH RGDS, COILED-COIL, AND EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE DOMAINS AND A CARBOXYL-TERMINUS SIMILAR TO THE GLOBULAR DOMAIN OF COMPLEMENT C1Q AND COLLAGENS TYPE-VIII AND TYPE-X

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. PRYZDIAL ELG; BAJZAR L; NESHEIM ME
      PROTHROMBINASE COMPONENTS CAN ACCELERATE TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR-CATALYZED PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. LI YC; MONTELIONE GT
      HUMAN TYPE-ALPHA TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR UNDERGOES SLOW CONFORMATIONAL EXCHANGE BETWEEN MULTIPLE BACKBONE CONFORMATIONS AS CHARACTERIZEDBY N-15 RELAXATION MEASUREMENTS

      Biochemistry
    57. SCHMAIER AH; DAHL LD; HASAN AAK; CINES DB; BAUER KA; VANNOSTRAND WE
      FACTOR IXA INHIBITION BY PROTEASE NEXIN-2 AMYLOID BETA-PROTEIN PRECURSOR ON PHOSPHOLIPID-VESICLES AND CELL-MEMBRANES

      Biochemistry
    58. RICE JS; WILLIAMSON MK; PRICE PA
      ISOLATION AND SEQUENCE OF THE VITAMIN-K-DEPENDENT MATRIX GLA PROTEIN FROM THE CALCIFIED CARTILAGE OF THE SOUPFIN SHARK

      Journal of bone and mineral research
    59. GLANVILLE RW; QIAN RQ; MCCLURE DW; MASLEN CL
      CALCIUM BINDING, HYDROXYLATION, AND GLYCOSYLATION OF THE PRECURSOR EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE DOMAINS OF FIBRILLIN-1, THE MARFAN GENE PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    60. IINO M; TAKEYA H; NISHIOKA J; NAKAGAKI T; TAMURA K; SUZUKI K
      THE ROLE OF HUMAN FACTOR-X ACTIVATION PEPTIDE IN ACTIVATION OF FACTOR-X BY FACTOR IXA

      Journal of Biochemistry
    61. KINNUNEN PKJ; KOIV A; LEHTONEN JYA; RYTOMAA M; MUSTONEN P
      LIPID DYNAMICS AND PERIPHERAL INTERACTIONS OF PROTEINS WITH MEMBRANE SURFACES

      Chemistry and physics of lipids
    62. JESTY J; WUN TC; LORENZ A
      KINETICS OF THE INHIBITION OF FACTOR XA AND THE TISSUE FACTOR-FACTOR VIIA COMPLEX BY THE TISSUE FACTOR PATHWAY INHIBITOR IN THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF HEPARIN

      Biochemistry
    63. CAMPBELL ID; BORK P
      EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE MODULES

      Current opinion in structural biology
    64. ESMON CT
      MOLECULAR EVENTS THAT CONTROL THE PROTEIN-C ANTICOAGULANT PATHWAY

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    65. VALCARCE C; SELANDERSUNNERHAGEN M; TAMLITZ AM; DRAKENBERG T; BJORK I; STENFLO J
      CALCIUM AFFINITY OF THE NH2-TERMINAL EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE MODULE OF FACTOR-X - EFFECT OF THE GAMMA-CARBOXYGLUTAMIC ACID-CONTAINING MODULE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. FULOP C; WALCZ E; VALYON M; GLANT TT
      EXPRESSION OF ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE DOMAINS IN AGGRECANS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES - EVIDENCE FOR A NOVEL MODULE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    67. LEBONNIEC BF; GUINTO ER; ESMON CT
      THE ROLE OF CALCIUM-IONS IN FACTOR-X ACTIVATION BY THROMBIN-E192Q

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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