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    1. Bofill, R; Capdevila, M; Cols, N; Atrian, S; Gonzalez-Duarte, P
      Zinc(ll) is required for the in vivo and in vitro folding of mouse copper metallothionein in two domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    2. Yamamoto, H; Watanabe, T; Mizuno, H; Endo, K; Hosokawa, T; Kazusaka, A; Gooneratne, R; Fujita, S
      In vivo evidence for accelerated generation of hydroxyl radicals in liver of Long-Evans Cinnamon (LEC) rats with acute hepatitis

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    3. McNulty, M; Puljung, M; Jefford, G; Dubreuil, RR
      Evidence that a copper-metallothionein complex is responsible for fluorescence in acid-secreting cells of the Drosophila stomach

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    4. Valls, M; Bofill, R; Gonzalez-Duarte, R; Gonzalez-Duarte, P; Capdevila, M; Atrian, S
      A new insight into metallothionein (MT) classification and evolution - Thein vivo and in vitro metal binding features of Homarus americanus recombinant MT

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Irato, P; Santon, A; Ossi, E; Albergoni, V
      Interactions between metals in rat liver and kidney: Localization of metallothionein

      HISTOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    6. Shishido, N; Nakayama, K; Takazawa, A; Ohyama, T; Nakamura, M
      Cu-metallothioneins (Cu(I)(8)-MTs) in LEC rat livers 13 weeks after birth still act as antioxidants

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    7. Hosokawa, T; Okabe, M; Saito, S; Saito, T; Kurasaki, M
      Protective role of metallothionein on DNA damage in rat kidney caused by cis-diamminedichloroplatinum

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    8. Barbour, L; Zhu, Y; Xiao, W
      Improving synthetic lethal screens by regulating the yeast centromere sequence

      GENOME
    9. Kurasaki, M; Okabe, M; Saito, S; Yamanoshita, O; Hosokawa, T; Saito, T
      Histochemical characterization of silver-induced metallothionein in rat kidney

      JOURNAL OF INORGANIC BIOCHEMISTRY
    10. Bertini, I; Hartmann, HJ; Klein, T; Liu, GH; Luchinat, C; Weser, U
      High resolution solution structure of the protein part of Cu7 metallothionein

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Gil, RER
      Metallothioneins as molecular biomarkers of the heavy metal pollution in aquatic organisms

      INTERCIENCIA
    12. Nomiyama, K; Nomiyama, H; Kameda, N; Tsuji, A; Sakurai, H
      Mechanism of hepatorenal syndrome in rats of Long-Evans Cinnamon strain, an animal model of fulminant Wilson's disease

      TOXICOLOGY
    13. Kabzinski, AKM; Takagi, T; Tanaka, K
      Sepharose-DTNB covalent affinity chromatography of hepatic metallothioneinfrom Cu-treated rats

      CHEMIA ANALITYCZNA
    14. O'Brien, P; Salacinski, HJ
      Evidence that the reactions of cadmium in the presence of metallothionein can produce hydroxyl radicals

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    15. LIU XD; THIELE DJ
      YEAST METALLOTHIONEIN GENE-EXPRESSION IN RESPONSE TO METALS AND OXIDATIVE STRESS

      Methods
    16. SAITO S; OKABE M; KURASAKI M
      LOCALIZATION OF RENAL CU-BINDING METALLOTHIONEIN INDUCED BY AU INJECTION INTO RATS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    17. BALDRIAN P; GABRIEL J
      EFFECT OF HEAVY-METALS ON THE GROWTH OF SELECTED WOOD-ROTTING BASIDIOMYCETES

      Folia microbiologica
    18. FALLER P; VASAK M
      DISTINCT METAL-THIOLATE CLUSTERS IN THE N-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF NEURONALGROWTH-INHIBITORY FACTOR

      Biochemistry
    19. BROUWER M; BROUWER TH; GRATER W; ENGHILD JJ; THOGERSEN IB
      THE PARADIGM THAT ALL OXYGEN-RESPIRING EUKARYOTES HAVE CYTOSOLIC CUZN-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE AND THAT MN-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE IS LOCALIZED TOTHE MITOCHONDRIA DOES NOT APPLY TO A LARGE GROUP OF MARINE ARTHROPODS

      Biochemistry
    20. DURAND G; DELRANC C; BONALY J; CHACUN H; PORQUET D; BARQUE JP
      GENE-EXPRESSION OF A PROTEIN, JB70, RELATED TO RAT ALPHA(1)-ACID GLYCOPROTEIN IN EUGLENA-GRACILIS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    21. NAKAMURA M; NAKAYAMA K; SHISHIDO N; YUMINO K; OHYAMA T
      METAL-INDUCED HYDROXYL RADICAL GENERATION BY CU-METALLOTHIONEINS FROMLEC RAT-LIVER()

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    22. NAKAYAMA K; OKABE M; AOYAGI K; YAMANOSHITA O; OKUI T; OHYAMA T; KASAI N
      VISUALIZATION OF YELLOWISH-ORANGE LUMINESCENCE FROM CUPROUS METALLOTHIONEINS IN LIVER OF LONG-EVANS CINNAMON RAT

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    23. INOUHE M; SUMIYOSHI M; TOHOYAMA H; JOHO M
      RESISTANCE TO CADMIUM IONS AND FORMATION OF A CADMIUM-BINDING COMPLEXIN VARIOUS WILD-TYPE YEASTS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    24. PURDUE PE; LAZAROW PB
      TARGETING OF HUMAN CATALASE TO PEROXISOMES IS DEPENDENT UPON A NOVEL COOH-TERMINAL PEROXISOMAL TARGETING SEQUENCE

      The Journal of cell biology
    25. LI H; OTVOS JD
      CD-111 NMR-STUDIES OF THE DOMAIN SPECIFICITY OF AG+ AND CU+ BINDING TO METALLOTHIONEIN

      Biochemistry
    26. LI H; OTVOS JD
      HPLC CHARACTERIZATION OF AG-REACTIONS WITH ZN-METALLOTHIONEIN AND CD-METALLOTHIONEIN( AND CU+ METAL EXCHANGE)

      Biochemistry
    27. PURDUE PE; LAZAROW PB
      IDENTIFICATION OF PEROXISOMAL MEMBRANE GHOSTS WITH AN EPITOPE-TAGGED INTEGRAL MEMBRANE-PROTEIN IN YEAST MUTANTS LACKING PEROXISOMES

      Yeast
    28. HOTTIGER T; KUHLA J; POHLIG G; FURST P; SPIELMANN A; GARN M; HAEMMERLI S; HEIM J
      2-MU-M VECTORS CONTAINING THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE METALLOTHIONEIN GENE AS A SELECTABLE MARKER - EXCELLENT STABILITY IN COMPLEX MEDIA, AND HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION OF A RECOMBINANT PROTEIN FROM A CUP1-PROMOTER-CONTROLLED EXPRESSION CASSETTE IN CIS

      Yeast
    29. SCUDIERO R; CAPASSO C; DELVECCHIOBLANCO F; SAVINO G; CAPASSO A; PARENTE A; PARISI E
      ISOLATION AND PRIMARY STRUCTURE DETERMINATION OF A METALLOTHIONEIN FROM PARACENTROTUS-LIVIDUS (ECHINODERMATA, ECHINOIDEA)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    30. MEHRA RK; MULCHANDANI P
      GLUTATHIONE-MEDIATED TRANSFER OF CU(I) INTO PHYTOCHELATINS

      Biochemical journal
    31. STILLMAN MJ
      METALLOTHIONEINS

      Coordination chemistry reviews
    32. TSUJIKAWA K; SUZUKI N; SHIMAOKA T; IIDA K; KOHAMA Y; OTAKI N; KIMURA M; SUGIYAMA T; MIMURA T
      ABNORMAL ACCUMULATION OF COPPER-METALLOTHIONEIN IN THE LIVER AND KIDNEY OF LONG-EVANS RATS WITH A CINNAMON-LIKE COAT COLOR (LEC RATS)

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    33. HOTTIGER T; FURST P; POHLIG G; HEIM J
      PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE YEAST METALLOTHIONEIN (CUP1) PROMOTER, AND CONSEQUENCES OF OVEREXPRESSING ITS TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR, ACE1

      Yeast
    34. LIU XF; CULOTTA VC
      THE REQUIREMENT FOR YEAST SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE IS BYPASSED THROUGH MUTATIONS IN BSD2, A NOVEL METAL HOMEOSTASIS GENE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    35. PEDERSEN KL; PEDERSEN SN; HOJRUP P; ANDERSEN JS; ROEPSTORFF P; KNUDSEN J; DEPLEDGE MH
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CADMIUM-INDUCED METALLOTHIONEIN FROM THE SHORE CRAB CARCINUS-MAENAS (L)

      Biochemical journal
    36. OKUMURA N; NISHIZAWA NK; UMEHARA Y; OHATA T; NAKANISHI H; YAMAGUCHI T; CHINO M; MORI S
      A DIOXYGENASE GENE (IDS2) EXPRESSED UNDER IRON-DEFICIENCY CONDITIONS IN THE ROOTS OF HORDEUM-VULGARE

      Plant molecular biology
    37. GALLI U; SCHUEPP H; BRUNOLD C
      HEAVY-METAL BINDING BY MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI

      Physiologia Plantarum
    38. GREEN AR; STILLMAN MJ
      OXIDATIVE QUENCHING OF LUMINESCENCE FROM COPPER-METALLOTHIONEIN

      Inorganica Chimica Acta
    39. POUNTNEY DL; SCHAUWECKER I; ZARN J; VASAK M
      FORMATION OF MAMMALIAN CU-8-METALLOTHIONEIN IN-VITRO - EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF 2 CU(I)(4)-THIOLATE CLUSTERS

      Biochemistry
    40. SAINTJACQUES E; SEGUIN C
      CLONING AND NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF A COMPLEMENTARY-DNA ENCODING XENOPUS-LAEVIS METALLOTHIONEIN - MESSENGER-RNA ACCUMULATION IN RESPONSE TO HEAVY-METALS

      DNA and cell biology
    41. SUGAWARA N; SUGAWARA C; SATO M; MORI M
      COPPER-METABOLISM AT 2 STAGES IN THE ONSET OF SPONTANEOUS HEPATITIS IN NEW MUTANT LONG-EVANS CINNAMON (LEC) RATS - INDUCTION OF HEPATIC COPPER-METALLOTHIONEIN AND ITS LEAKAGE FROM HEPATOCYTES

      The Journal of trace elements in experimental medicine
    42. GALLI U; MEIER M; BRUNOLD C
      EFFECTS OF CADMIUM ON NONMYCORRHIZAL AND MYCORRHIZAL NORWAY SPRUCE SEEDLINGS [PICEA-ABIES (L) KARST] AND ITS ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS LACCARIA-LACCATA (SCOP EX FR) BK AND BR - SULFATE REDUCTION, THIOLS AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE HEAVY-METAL

      New phytologist
    43. GADD GM
      INTERACTIONS OF FUNGI WITH TOXIC METALS

      New phytologist
    44. BAUMGARTNER M; SCHMALLE H; DUBLER E
      STRUCTURAL AND SPECTROSCOPIC FEATURES OF THE ADAMANTANE TYPE CU4S6 CORE FOUND IN CU(I) THIOLATES WITH BIDENTATE CHELATE LIGANDS

      Inorganica Chimica Acta
    45. VIARENGO A; NOTT JA
      MECHANISMS OF HEAVY-METAL CATION HOMEOSTASIS IN MARINE-INVERTEBRATES

      FONTES ARTIS MUSICAE


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