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    1. Jeebhay, MF; Robins, TG; Lehrer, SB; Lopata, AL
      Occupational seafood allergy: a review

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    2. Parry, DAD; Marekov, LN; Steinert, PM
      Subfilamentous protofibril structures in fibrous proteins - Cross-linking evidence for protofibrils in intermediate filaments

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Werrlein, RJ; Madren-Whalley, JS
      Effects of sulfur mustard on the basal cell adhesion complex

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    4. Werrlein, RJ; Madren-Whalley, JS
      Effects of sulfur mustard on the basal cell adhesion complex

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    5. Wang, H; Parry, DAD; Jones, LN; Idler, WW; Marekov, LN; Steinert, PM
      In vitro assembly and structure of trichocyte keratin intermediate filaments: A novel role for stabilization by disulfide bonding

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    6. Sanhai, WR; Eckert, BS; Yeagle, PL
      Altering the state of phosphorylation of rat liver keratin intermediate filaments by ethanol treatment in vivo changes their structure

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    7. Parry, DAD; Steinert, PM
      Intermediate filaments: molecular architecture, assembly, dynamics and polymorphism

      QUARTERLY REVIEWS OF BIOPHYSICS
    8. Herrmann, H; Haner, M; Brettel, M; Ku, NO; Aebi, U
      Characterization of distinct early assembly units of different intermediate filament proteins

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Steinert, PM; Marekov, LN; Parry, DAD
      Molecular parameters of type IV alpha-internexin and type IV-type III alpha-internexin-vimentin copolymer intermediate filaments

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. FUCHS E
      KEITH-R-PORTER-LECTURE, 1996 - OF MICE AND MEN - GENETIC-DISORDERS OFTHE CYTOSKELETON

      Molecular biology of the cell
    11. JONES LN; SIMON M; WATTS NR; BOOY FP; STEVEN AC; PARRY DAD
      INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT STRUCTURE - HARD ALPHA-KERATIN

      Biophysical chemistry
    12. LEAPMAN RD; GALLANT PE; REESE TS; ANDREWS SB
      PHOSPHORYLATION AND SUBUNIT ORGANIZATION OF AXONAL NEUROFILAMENTS DETERMINED BY SCANNING-TRANSMISSION ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    13. PARAMIO JM; CASANOVA ML; ALONSO A; JORCANO JL
      KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT DYNAMICS IN CELL HETEROKARYONS REVEALS DIVERSE BEHAVIOR OF DIFFERENT KERATINS

      Journal of Cell Science
    14. GEORGATOS SD; GOUNARI F; GOULIELMOS G; AEBI U
      TO BEAD OR NOT TO BEAD - LENS-SPECIFIC INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS REVISITED

      Journal of Cell Science
    15. KOOIJMAN M; BLOEMENDAL M; TRAUB P; VANGRONDELLE R; VANAMERONGEN H
      TRANSIENT ELECTRIC BIREFRINGENCE STUDY OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT FORMATION FROM VIMENTIN AND GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    16. FUCHS E
      GENETIC-DISORDERS OF KERATINS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED PROTEINS

      Journal of dermatological science
    17. OHKURA K; TERADA H
      INTRACELLULAR PH REGULATION OF NEWBORN RAT SKIN BASAL CELLS

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    18. HEATLEY MK
      CYTOKERATINS AND CYTOKERATIN STAINING IN DIAGNOSTIC HISTOPATHOLOGY

      Histopathology
    19. PARRY DAD
      HARD ALPHA-KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS - AN ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATION OF THE LOW-ANGLE EQUATORIAL X-RAY-DIFFRACTION PATTERN, AND THE AXIAL DISPOSITION OF PUTATIVE DISULFIDE BONDS IN THE INTRA-PROTOFILAMENTOUS AND INTER-PROTOFILAMENTOUS NETWORKS

      International journal of biological macromolecules
    20. FUCHS E
      THE CYTOSKELETON AND DISEASE - GENETIC-DISORDERS OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      Annual review of genetics
    21. UTTAM J; HUTTON E; COULOMBE PA; ANTONLAMPRECHT I; YU QC; GEDDEDAHL T; FINE JD; FUCHS E
      THE GENETIC-BASIS OF EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA SIMPLEX WITH MOTTLED PIGMENTATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    22. PARRY DAD
      HARD ALPHA-KERATIN IF - A STRUCTURAL MODEL LACKING A HEAD-TO-TAIL MOLECULAR OVERLAP BUT HAVING HYBRID FEATURES CHARACTERISTIC OF BOTH EPIDERMAL KERATIN AND VIMENTIN IF

      Proteins
    23. ROGERS KR; ECKELT A; NIMMRICH V; JANSSEN KP; SCHLIWA M; HERRMANN H; FRANKE WW
      TRUNCATION MUTAGENESIS OF THE NON-ALPHA-HELICAL CARBOXYTERMINAL TAIL DOMAIN OF VIMENTIN REVEALS CONTRIBUTIONS TO CELLULAR-LOCALIZATION BUT NOT TO FILAMENT ASSEMBLY

      European journal of cell biology
    24. LETAI A; FUCHS E
      THE IMPORTANCE OF INTRAMOLECULAR ION-PAIRING IN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    25. LLOYD C; YU QC; CHENG JA; TURKSEN K; DEGENSTEIN L; HUTTON E; FUCHS E
      THE BASAL KERATIN NETWORK OF STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIA - DEFININGK15 FUNCTION IN THE ABSENCE OF K14

      The Journal of cell biology
    26. CHAN YM; ANTONLAMPRECHT I; YU QC; JACKEL A; ZABEL B; ERNST JP; FUCHS E
      A HUMAN KERATIN-14 KNOCKOUT - THE ABSENCE OF K14 LEADS TO SEVERE EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA SIMPLEX AND A FUNCTION FOR AN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT PROTEIN

      Genes & development
    27. NORTH ACT; STEINERT PM; PARRY DAD
      COILED-COIL STUTTER AND LINK SEGMENTS IN KERATIN AND OTHER INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT MOLECULES - A COMPUTER MODELING STUDY

      Proteins
    28. FUCHS E; WEBER K
      INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS - STRUCTURE, DYNAMICS, FUNCTION, AND DISEASE

      Annual review of biochemistry
    29. SYDER AJ; YU QC; PALLER AS; GIUDICE G; PEARSON R; FUCHS E
      GENETIC MUTATIONS IN THE K1 AND K10 GENES OF PATIENTS WITH EPIDERMOLYTIC HYPERKERATOSIS - CORRELATION BETWEEN LOCATION AND DISEASE SEVERITY

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    30. CARY RB; KLYMKOWSKY MW; EVANS RM; DOMINGO A; DENT JA; BACKHUS LE
      VIMENTINS TAIL INTERACTS WITH ACTIN-CONTAINING STRUCTURES IN-VIVO

      Journal of Cell Science
    31. BEUTTENMULLER M; CHEN M; JANETZKO A; KUHN S; TRAUB P
      STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF THE AMINO-TERMINAL HEAD DOMAIN OF VIMENTIN ESSENTIAL FOR INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT FORMATION IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Experimental cell research
    32. KLYMKOWSKY MW; KARNOVSKY A
      MORPHOGENESIS AND THE CYTOSKELETON - STUDIES OF THE XENOPUS EMBRYO

      Developmental biology
    33. SNOW JL; SNOW K; PITTELKOW MR
      THE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION - APPLICATIONS IN DERMATOLOGY

      The Journal of dermatologic surgery and oncology
    34. HEINS S; WONG PC; MULLER S; GOLDIE K; CLEVELAND DW; AEBI U
      THE ROD DOMAIN OF NF-L DETERMINES NEUROFILAMENT ARCHITECTURE, WHEREASTHE END DOMAINS SPECIFY FILAMENT ASSEMBLY AND NETWORK FORMATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    35. MCCORMICK MB; KOUKLIS P; SYDER A; FUCHS E
      THE ROLES OF THE ROD END AND THE TAIL IN VIMENTIN IF-ASSEMBLY AND IF-NETWORK FORMATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    36. VANDEKLUNDERT FAJM; RAATS JMH; BLOEMENDAL H
      INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS - REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION AND ASSEMBLY

      European journal of biochemistry


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