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    1. Palmaz, JC
      The 2001 Charles T. Dotter Lecture: Understanding vascular devices at the molecular level is the key to progress

      JOURNAL OF VASCULAR AND INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY
    2. Koliakos, G; Trachana, V; Gaitatzi, M; Dimitriadou, A
      Phosphorylation of laminin-1 by protein kinase C

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    3. Green, FR
      Taking the hype out of hyperfibrinogenaemia?

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    4. Gulledge, AA; Rezaee, F; Verheijen, JH; Lord, ST
      A novel transgenic mouse model of hyperfibrinogenemia

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    5. Nikawa, H; Chen, J; Hamada, T; Nishimura, M; Polyzois, G
      Candida albicans colonization on thermal cycled maxillofacial polymeric materials in vitro

      JOURNAL OF ORAL REHABILITATION
    6. Baumann, H
      The role of regioselectively sulfated and acetylated polysaccharide coatings of biomaterials for reducing platelet and plasma protein adhesion

      SEMINARS IN THROMBOSIS AND HEMOSTASIS
    7. Tcholakian, RK; Raad, II
      Durability of anti-infective effect of long-term silicons sheath cathetersimpregnated with antimicrobial agents

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    8. Limbago, B; McIver, KS; Penumalli, V; Weinrick, B; Scott, JR
      Restoration of mga function to a Streptococcus pyogenes strain (M type 50)that is virulent in mice

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    9. Rangarajan, M; Scragg, MA; Curtis, MA
      Bait region cleavage and complex formation of human alpha M-2 with a Porphyromonas gingivalis W50 protease is not accompanied by enzyme inhibition

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Lijnen, HR; Van Hoef, B; Roelants, I; Collen, D
      Fibrin(ogen) degradation by a 24k-endopeptidase from a Chryseobacterium Sp.

      FIBRINOLYSIS & PROTEOLYSIS
    11. Booth, NA
      Regulation of fibrinolytic activity by localization of inhibitors to fibrin(ogen)

      FIBRINOLYSIS & PROTEOLYSIS
    12. Lorand, L
      Sol Sherry Lecture in thrombosis - Research on clot stabilization providesclues for improving thrombolytic therapies

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Nikawa, H; Nishimura, H; Makihira, S; Hamada, T; Sadamori, S; Samaranayake, LP
      Effect of serum concentration on Candida biofilm formation on acrylic surfaces

      MYCOSES
    14. Kim, JH; Song, MJ; Roh, HW; Shin, YC; Kim, SC
      The in vitro blood compatibility of poly(ethylene oxide)-grafted polyurethane/polystyrene interpenetrating polymer networks

      JOURNAL OF BIOMATERIALS SCIENCE-POLYMER EDITION
    15. Wyatt, J; Brennan, SO; May, S; George, PM
      Hypofibrinogenaemia with compound heterozygosity for two gamma chain mutations-gamma 82 Ala -> Gly and an intron two GT -> AT splice site mutation

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    16. Iida, H; Ishii, E; Nakahara, M; Urata, M; Wakiyama, M; Kurihara, M; Watanabe, K; Kai, T; Ihara, K; Kinoshita, S; Hamasaki, N
      A case of congenital afibrinogenemia: Fibrinogen Hakata, a novel nonsense mutation of the fibrinogen gamma-chain gene

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    17. Hogan, KA; Lord, ST; Okumura, N; Terasawa, F; Galankis, DK; Scharrer, I; Gorkun, OV
      A functional assay suggests that heterodimers exist in two C-terminal gamma-chain dysfibrinogens: Matsumoto I and Vlissingen/Frankfurt IV

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    18. Nikawa, H; Jin, C; Hamada, T; Makihira, S; Kumagai, H; Murata, H
      Interactions between thermal cycled resilient denture lining materials, salivary and serum pellicles and Candida albicans in vitro: Part II. Effects on fungal colonization

      JOURNAL OF ORAL REHABILITATION
    19. Jellinek, DA; Chang, AC; Larsen, MR; Wang, X; Robinson, PJ; Reddel, RR
      Stanniocalcin 1 and 2 are secreted as phosphoproteins from human fibrosarcoma cells

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    20. Bosca, AR; Soler, A; Carrion-Gutierrez, MA; Mira, DP; Zapata, JP; Diaz-Alperi, J; Bernd, A; Almagro, EQ; Miquel, J
      An hydroalcoholic extract of Curcuma longa lowers the abnormally high values of human-plasma fibrinogen

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    21. Ritchie, H; Lawrie, LC; Crombie, PW; Mosesson, MW; Booth, NA
      Cross-linking of plasminogen activator inhibitor 2 and alpha(2)-antiplasmin to fibrin(ogen)

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Trumbo, TA; Maurer, MC
      Examining thrombin hydrolysis of the factor XIII activation peptide segment leads to a proposal for explaining the cardioprotective effects observed with the factor XIII V34L mutation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Pokidysheva, EN; Nemets, EA; Tremsina, YS; Sevast'yanov, VI
      Competitive adsorption of human fibrinogen on the surface of amorphous quartz

      BIOFIZIKA
    24. Kelton, JG; Smith, JW; Moffatt, D; Santos, A; Horsewood, P
      The interaction of ancrod with human platelets

      PLATELETS
    25. Sun, T; Chen, G; Liu, YP; Bu, FG; Wen, MJ
      Isolation of human fibrinogen by axial and radial flow chromatography fromNitschmann fraction I

      BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES
    26. Nikawa, H; Nishimura, H; Hamada, T; Yamashiro, H; Samaranayake, LP
      Effects of modified pellicles on Candida biofilm formation on acrylic surfaces

      MYCOSES
    27. Conklin, D; Gilbertson, D; Taft, DW; Maurer, MF; Whitmore, TE; Smith, DL; Walker, KM; Chen, LH; Wattler, S; Nehls, M; Lewis, KB
      Identification of a mammalian angiopoietin-related protein expressed specifically in liver

      GENOMICS
    28. Weisel, JW; Veklich, Y; Collet, JP; Francis, CW
      Structural studies of fibrinolysis by electron and light microscopy

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    29. Ekdahl, KN; Nilsson, B
      Phosphorylation of plasma proteins with emphasis on complement component C3

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    30. Mosesson, MW
      Dysfibrinogenemia and thrombosis

      SEMINARS IN THROMBOSIS AND HEMOSTASIS
    31. Brundish, D; Bull, A; Donovan, V; Fullerton, JD; German, SM; Hayler, JF; Janus, D; Kane, PD; McDonnell, M; Smith, GP; Wakeford, R; Walker, CV; Howarth, G; Hoyle, W; Allen, MC; Ambler, J; Butler, K; Talbot, MD
      Design and synthesis of thrombin inhibitors: Analogues of MD-805 with reduced stereogenicity and improved potency

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Medved, LV; Migliorini, M; Mikhailenko, I; Barrientos, LG; Llinas, M; Strickland, DK
      Domain organization of the 39-kDa receptor-associated protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Naito, H; Ikeda, A; Hasegawa, K; Oka, S; Uemura, K; Kawasaki, N; Kawasaki, T
      Characterization of human serum mannan-binding protein promoter

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    34. Ferguson, JJ; Zaqqa, M
      Platelet glycoprotein IIb/IIIa receptor antagonists - Current concepts andfuture directions

      DRUGS
    35. Everse, SJ; Spraggon, G; Veerapandian, L; Doolittle, RF
      Conformational changes in fragments D and double-D from human fibrin(ogen)upon binding the peptide ligand Gly-His-Arg-Pro-amide

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    36. HILL DJ; ROWLEY AF
      ARE INTEGRINS INVOLVED IN THE AGGREGATORY AND PHAGOCYTIC BEHAVIOR OF FISH HEMOSTATIC CELLS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    37. LUCZAK JA; REDICK SD; SCHWARZBAUER JE
      A SINGLE CYSTEINE, CYS-64, IS ESSENTIAL FOR ASSEMBLY OF TENASCIN-C HEXABRACHIONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. KALAFATIS M
      IDENTIFICATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF FACTOR VA HEAVY-CHAIN KINASE FROM HUMAN PLATELETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. KOMOROWICZ E; KOLEV K; MACHOVICH R
      FIBRINOLYSIS WITH DES-KRINGLE DERIVATIVES OF PLASMIN AND ITS MODULATION BY PLASMA PROTEASE INHIBITORS

      Biochemistry
    40. NIKAWA H; NISHIMURA H; HAMADA T; KUMAGAI H; SAMARANAYAKE LP
      EFFECTS OF DIETARY SUGARS AND, SALIVA AND SERUM ON CANDIDA BIOFILM FORMATION ON ACRYLIC SURFACES

      Mycopathologia
    41. NIKAWA H; NISHIMURA H; HAMADA T; SADAMORI S
      QUANTIFICATION OF THIGMOTROPISM (CONTACT SENSING) OF CANDIDA-ALBICANSAND CANDIDA-TROPICALIS

      Mycopathologia
    42. SELSBO P; ERICSSON I; KLEEN M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SULFUR IN WOOD PULPS USING PYROLYSIS-GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH SULFUR-SELECTIVE DETECTION .1. FRACTIONATED PYROLYSIS

      Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis
    43. ELGER B; HORNBERGER W; SCHWARZ M; SEEGA J
      MRI STUDY ON DELAYED ANCROD THERAPY OF FOCAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    44. BELL WR
      DEFIBRINOGENATING ENZYMES

      Drugs
    45. ROSENFELD SJ; GRALNICK HR
      ADHESIVE INTERACTIONS IN HEMOSTASIS

      Acta haematologica
    46. WEITZ J
      NEW ANTITHROMBOTIC STRATEGIES - LESSENS FROM CLINICAL-TRIALS WITH GLYCOPROTEIN IIB IIIA ANTAGONISTS AND DIRECT THROMBIN INHIBITORS/

      International journal of clinical practice
    47. UEMICHI T; LIEPNIEKS JJ; ALEXANDER F; BENSON MD
      THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF RENAL AMYLOIDOSIS IN IRISH-AMERICAN AND POLISH-CANADIAN KINDREDS

      Quarterly Journal of Medicine
    48. TCHENG JE
      PLATELET INTEGRIN GLYCOPROTEIN IIB IIIA INHIBITORS - OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES/

      The Journal of invasive cardiology
    49. NIKAWA H; NISHIMURA H; YAMAMOTO T; HAMADA T; SAMARANAYAKE LP
      THE ROLE OF SALIVA AND SERUM IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS BIOFILM FORMATION ONDENTURE ACRYLIC SURFACES

      Microbial ecology in health and disease
    50. BLOMBACK B
      FIBRINOGEN AND FIBRIN-PROTEINS WITH COMPLEX ROLES IN HEMOSTASIS AND THROMBOSIS

      Clinical hemorheology
    51. BLOMBACK B
      FIBRINOGEN AND FIBRIN-PROTEINS WITH COMPLEX ROLES IN HEMOSTASIS AND THROMBOSIS

      Thrombosis research
    52. KAMIGUTI AS; HAY CRM; THEAKSTON RDG; ZUZEL M
      INSIGHTS INTO THE MECHANISM OF HEMORRHAGE CAUSED BY SNAKE-VENOM METALLOPROTEINASES

      Toxicon
    53. LANTIERI LA; OZBEK MR; DEUNE EG; ORNBERG RL; BROWN DM; CHUNG SH; WUN TC; COOLEY BC; KHOURI RK
      PREVENTION OF MICROVASCULAR THROMBOSIS BY TOPICAL APPLICATION OF RECOMBINANT TISSUE FACTOR PATHWAY INHIBITOR

      Plastic and reconstructive surgery
    54. HUANG SM; CAO ZY; CHUNG DW; DAVIE EW
      THE ROLE OF BETA-GAMMA AND ALPHA-GAMMA COMPLEXES IN THE ASSEMBLY OF HUMAN FIBRINOGEN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. XU WF; CHUNG DW; DAVIE EW
      THE ASSEMBLY OF HUMAN FIBRINOGEN - THE ROLE OF THE AMINO-TERMINAL ANDCOILED-COIL REGIONS OF THE 3 CHAINS IN THE FORMATION OF THE ALPHA-GAMMA AND BETA-GAMMA HETERODIMERS AND ALPHA-BETA-GAMMA HALF-MOLECULES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. ROY S; SUN A; REDMAN C
      IN-VITRO ASSEMBLY OF THE COMPONENT CHAINS OF FIBRINOGEN REQUIRES ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. ROBERT R; MAHAZA C; MIEGEVILLE M; PONTON J; MAROTLEBLOND A; SENET JM
      BINDING OF RESTING PLATELETS TO CANDIDA-ALBICANS GERM TUBES

      Infection and immunity
    58. LOPEZRIBOT JL; ALLOUSH HM; MASTEN BJ; CHAFFIN WL
      EVIDENCE FOR PRESENCE IN THE CELL-WALL OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS OF A PROTEIN RELATED TO THE HSP70 FAMILY

      Infection and immunity
    59. DALE JB; WASHBURN RG; MARQUES MB; WESSELS MR
      HYALURONATE CAPSULE AND SURFACE M-PROTEIN IN RESISTANCE TO OPSONIZATION OF GROUP-A STREPTOCOCCI

      Infection and immunity
    60. QABAR M; URBAN J; SIA C; KLEIN M; KAHN M
      PEPTIDE SECONDARY STRUCTURE MIMETICS - APPLICATIONS TO VACCINES AND PHARMACEUTICALS

      Il Farmaco
    61. MISLOW K; LIANG CZ
      KNOTTED STRUCTURES IN CHEMISTRY, BIOCHEMISTRY, AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY

      Croatica chemica acta
    62. LIU YS; ANDERSON DJ; SHAINOFF JR
      MULTIPLE PEAKS INDUCED BY DOMAIN-SPECIFIC BINDING OF FIBRINOGEN IN ANION-EXCHANGE HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Journal of chromatography
    63. BORRELL M; GARI M; COLL I; VALLVE C; TIRADO I; SORIA JM; SALA N; MUNOZ C; OLIVER A; GARCIA A; FONTCUBERTA J
      ABNORMAL POLYMERIZATION AND NORMAL BINDING OF PLASMINOGEN AND T-PA IN3 NEW DYSFIBRINOGENAEMIAS - BARCELONA-III AND BARCELONA-IV (GAMMA-ARG275-]HIS) AND VILLAJOYOSA (GAMMA-ARG 275-]CYS)

      Blood coagulation & fibrinolysis
    64. HONG KS; KOMURASAKI Y; KOBAYASHI H; ISHIKAWA H; INOUE K
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF M3 PROTEIN EXPRESSED ON THE SURFACE OF GROUP-A STREPTOCOCCAL TYPE-3 STRAIN C203

      FEMS immunology and medical microbiology
    65. EVANS JNS; ZAJICEK J; NISSEN MS; MUNSKE G; SMITH V; REEVES R
      H-1 AND C-13 NMR ASSIGNMENTS AND MOLECULAR MODELING OF A MINOR-GROOVEDNA-BINDING PEPTIDE FROM THE HMG-I PROTEIN

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    66. DAVIE EW
      BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR ASPECTS OF THE COAGULATION CASCADE

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    67. HAWIGER J
      MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN PLATELET-VESSEL WALL INTERACTION

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    68. NIEUWENHUIZEN W
      BIOCHEMISTRY AND MEASUREMENT OF FIBRINOGEN

      European heart journal
    69. BASHEER AR; ELASMAR MF; SOSLAU G
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A POTENT PLATELET-AGGREGATION INDUCER FROM CERASTES CERASTES (EGYPTIAN SAND VIPER) VENOM

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Protein structure and molecular enzymology
    70. GROTH T; CAMPBELL EJ; HERRMANN K; SEIFERT B
      APPLICATION OF ENZYME IMMUNOASSAYS FOR TESTING HEMOCOMPATIBILITY OF BIOMEDICAL POLYMERS

      Biomaterials
    71. SILVER FH; WANG MC; PINS GD
      PREPARATION AND USE OF FIBRIN GLUE IN SURGERY

      Biomaterials
    72. MEH DA; SIEBENLIST KR; GALANAKIS DK; BERGTROM G; MOSESSON MW
      THE DIMERIC A-ALPHA CHAIN COMPOSITION OF DYSFIBRINOGENEMIC MOLECULES WITH MUTATIONS AT A-ALPHA-16

      Thrombosis research
    73. GIBBS CS; COUTRE SE; TSIANG M; LI WX; JAIN AK; DUNN KE; LAW VS; MAO CT; MATSUMURA SY; MEJZA SJ; PABORSKY LR; LEUNG LLK
      CONVERSION OF THROMBIN INTO AN ANTICOAGULANT BY PROTEIN ENGINEERING

      Nature
    74. REDICK SD; SCHWARZBAUER JE
      RAPID INTRACELLULAR ASSEMBLY OF TENASCIN HEXABRACHIONS SUGGESTS A NOVEL COTRANSLATIONAL PROCESS

      Journal of Cell Science
    75. SEPULVEDA P; MURGUI A; LOPEZRIBOT JL; CASANOVA M; TIMONEDA J; MARTINEZ JP
      EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF COLLAGENOUS DOMAINS IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS CELL-SURFACE PROTEINS

      Infection and immunity
    76. IMAMURA T; POTEMPA J; PIKE RN; MOORE JN; BARTON MH; TRAVIS J
      EFFECT OF FREE AND VESICLE-BOUND CYSTEINE PROTEINASES OF PORPHYROMONAS-GINGIVALIS ON PLASMA CLOT FORMATION - IMPLICATIONS FOR BLEEDING TENDENCY AT PERIODONTITIS SITES

      Infection and immunity
    77. KINI RM; EVANS HJ
      A NOVEL-APPROACH TO THE DESIGN OF POTENT BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES BY INCORPORATION OF PROLINE BRACKETS - ANTIPLATELET EFFECTS OF ARG-GLY-ASP PEPTIDES

      FEBS letters
    78. LITVINOVICH SV; HENSCHEN AH; KRIEGLSTEIN KG; INGHAM KC; MEDVED LV
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTEOLYTIC FRAGMENTS DERIVED FROM THE C-TERMINAL REGIONS OF BOVINE FIBRINOGEN

      European journal of biochemistry
    79. SOBEL JH; TRAKHT I; WU HQ; RUDCHENKO S; EGBRING R
      ALPHA-CHAIN CROSS-LINKING IN FIBRIN(OGEN) MARBURG

      Blood
    80. WOLLING H; MISCHKE R
      EFFECT OF CALCIUM(2-IONS ON THE DEGRADA TION OF CANINE AND HUMAN FIBRIN(OGEN) BY HUMAN PLASMIN())

      Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift
    81. NI F; ZHU Y
      ACCOUNTING FOR LIGAND-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN THE RELAXATION-MATRIX ANALYSIS OF TRANSFERRED NUCLEAR OVERHAUSER EFFECTS

      Journal of magnetic resonance. Series B
    82. HOEKSTRA WJ; PRESS JB; BONNER MP; ANDRADEGORDON P; KEANE PM; DURKIN KA; LIOTTA DC; MAYO KH
      ADAMANTANE AND NIPECOTIC ACID-DERIVATIVES AS NOVEL BETA-TURN MIMICS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    83. STUBBS MT; BODE W
      COAGULATION-FACTORS AND THEIR INHIBITORS

      Current opinion in structural biology
    84. BOUCHARA JP; TRONCHIN G; CHABASSE D
      MECHANISMS AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE ADHERE NCE PHENOMENONS IN ASPERGILLUS-FUMIGATUS

      Pathologie et biologie
    85. LU XJ; WILLIAMS JA; DEADMAN JJ; SALMON GP; KAKKAR VV; WILKINSON JM; BARUCH D; AUTHI KS; RAHMAN S
      PREFERENTIAL ANTAGONISM OF THE INTERACTIONS OF THE INTEGRIN ALPHA(IIB)BETA(3) WITH IMMOBILIZED GLYCOPROTEIN LIGANDS BY SNAKE-VENOM RGD (ARG-GLY-ASP) PROTEINS - EVIDENCE SUPPORTING A FUNCTIONAL-ROLE FOR THE AMINO-ACID-RESIDUES FLANKING THE TRIPEPTIDE RGD IN DETERMINING THE INHIBITORY PROPERTIES OF SNAKE-VENOM RGD PROTEINS

      Biochemical journal
    86. COOK BC; RETZINGER GS
      LIPID MICROENVIRONMENT INFLUENCES THE PROCESSIVITY OF ADSORBED FIBRIN(OGEN) - ENZYMATIC PROCESSING AND ADHESIVITY OF THE BOUND PROTEIN

      Journal of colloid and interface science
    87. FARRELL DH; THIAGARAJAN P
      BINDING OF RECOMBINANT FIBRINOGEN MUTANTS TO PLATELETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    88. ZHANG JZ; REDMAN CM
      ROLE OF INTERCHAIN DISULFIDE BONDS ON THE ASSEMBLY AND SECRETION OF HUMAN FIBRINOGEN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    89. COURTNEY HS; LI Y; DALE JB; HASTY DL
      CLONING, SEQUENCING, AND EXPRESSION OF A FIBRONECTIN FIBRINOGEN-BINDING PROTEIN FROM GROUP-A STREPTOCOCCI/

      Infection and immunity
    90. MULLER M; HAEBERLI A
      PH-DEPENDENT FORMATION OF ETHYLENEDIAMINETETRAACETIC ACID SUPRAMOLECULAR AGGREGATES

      FEBS letters
    91. COOPER DN; TUDDENHAM EGD
      MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF FAMILIAL VENOUS THROMBOSIS

      British Medical Bulletin
    92. SOBEL JH; WU HQ; CANFIELD RE
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF ASSAYS FOR THE DETECTION OF FIBRIN(OGEN)OLYSIS BASED ON COOH-TERMINAL A-ALPHA CHAIN EPITOPES

      Blood
    93. RUSSO DCW; LEE S; REID M; REDMAN CM
      TOPOLOGY OF KELL BLOOD-GROUP PROTEIN AND THE EXPRESSION OF MULTIPLE ANTIGENS BY TRANSFECTED CELLS

      Blood
    94. SOUTAR RL; GINSBERG JS
      ANTICOAGULANT-THERAPY WITH ANCROD

      Critical reviews in oncology/hematology
    95. MAROTLEBLOND A; ROBERT R; AUBRY J; EZCURRA P; SENET JM
      IDENTIFICATION AND IMMUNOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A GERM TUBE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      FEMS immunology and medical microbiology
    96. ZDANOV A; WU S; DIMAIO J; KONISHI Y; LI Y; WU XJ; EDWARDS BFP; MARTIN PD; CYGLER M
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE COMPLEX OF HUMAN ALPHA-THROMBIN AND NONHYDROLYZABLE BIFUNCTIONAL INHIBITORS, HIRUTONIN-2 AND HIRUTONIN-6

      Proteins
    97. WU TP; YEE V; TULINKSY A; CHRUSCIEL RA; NAKANISHI H; SHEN R; PRIEBE C; KAHN M
      THE STRUCTURE OF A DESIGNED PEPTIDOMIMETIC INHIBITOR COMPLEX OF ALPHA-THROMBIN

      Protein engineering
    98. LYNCH ME; KUKURUGA M; NAKEFF A; FIDEL PL; SOBEL JD
      FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF GERM TUBE FORMATION IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Journal of medical and veterinary mycology
    99. CALDERONE R; WADSWORTH E
      ADHERENCE MOLECULES OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Journal of microbiological methods
    100. ROTE WE; MU DX; RONCINSKE RA; FRELINGER AL; LUCCHESI BR
      PREVENTION OF EXPERIMENTAL CAROTID-ARTERY THROMBOSIS BY APPLAGGIN

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics


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