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    1. van Roosmalen, ML; Jongbloed, JDH; de Jong, A; van Eerden, J; Venema, G; Bron, S; van Dijl, JM
      Detergent-independent in vitro activity of a truncated Bacillus signal peptidase

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    2. de Zamaroczy, M; Mora, L; Lecuyer, A; Geli, V; Buckingham, RH
      Cleavage of colicin D is necessary for cell killing and requires the innermembrane peptidase LepB

      MOLECULAR CELL
    3. Hermansson, M; Monne, M; von Heijne, G
      Formation of helical hairpins during membrane protein integration into theendoplasmic reticulum membrane. Role of the N and C-terminal flanking regions

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Gorke, B; Rak, B
      Efficient transcriptional antitermination from the Escherichia coli cytoplasmic membrane

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Peng, SB; Wang, L; Moomaw, J; Peery, RB; Sun, PM; Johnson, RB; Lu, J; Treadway, P; Skatrud, PL; Wang, QM
      Biochemical characterization of signal peptidase I from gram-positive Streptococcus pneumoniae

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    6. Geukens, N; Lammertyn, E; Van Mellaert, L; Schacht, S; Schaerlaekens, K; Parro, V; Bron, S; Engelborghs, Y; Mellado, RP; Anne, J
      Membrane topology of the Streptomyces lividans type I signal peptidases

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    7. Peng, SB; Zheng, F; Angleton, EL; Smiley, D; Carpenter, J; Scott, JE
      Development of an internally quenched fluorescent substrate and a continuous fluorimetric assay for Streptococcus pneumoniae signal peptidase I

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Rosse, G; Kueng, E; Page, MGP; Schauer-Vukasinovic, V; Giller, T; Lahm, HW; Hunziker, P; Schlatter, D
      Rapid identification of substrates for novel proteases using a combinatorial peptide library

      JOURNAL OF COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Dalbey, RE; Kuhn, A
      Evolutionarily related insertion pathways of bacterial, mitochondrial, andthylakoid membrane proteins

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Skerker, JM; Shapiro, L
      Identification and cell cycle control of a novel pilus system in Caulobacter crescentus

      EMBO JOURNAL
    11. Birghan, C; Mundt, E; Gorbalenya, AE
      A non-canonical Lon proteinase lacking the ATPase domain employs the Ser-Lys catalytic dyad to exercise broad control over the life cycle of a double-stranded RNA virus

      EMBO JOURNAL
    12. Paetzel, M; Dalbey, RE; Strynadka, NCJ
      The structure and mechanism of bacterial type I signal peptidases - A novel antibiotic target

      PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    13. Klenotic, PA; Carlos, JL; Samuelson, JC; Schuenemann, TA; Tschantz, WR; Paetzel, M; Strynadka, NCJ; Dalbey, RE
      The role of the conserved Box E residues in the active site of the Escherichia coli type I signal peptidase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    14. Carlos, JL; Paetzel, M; Brubaker, G; Karla, A; Ashwell, CM; Lively, MO; Cao, GQ; Bullinger, P; Dalbey, RE
      The role of the membrane-spanning domain of type I signal peptidases in substrate cleavage site selection

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Tjalsma, H; Stover, AG; Driks, A; Venema, G; Bron, S; van Dijl, JM
      Conserved serine and histidine residues are critical for activity of the ER-type signal peptidase SipW of Bacillus subtilis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. LaPointe, CF; Taylor, RK
      The type 4 prepilin peptidases comprise a novel family of aspartic acid proteases

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. van Roosmalen, ML; Jongbloed, JDH; Kuipers, A; Venema, G; Bron, S; van Dijl, JM
      A truncated soluble Bacillus signal peptidase produced in Escherichia coliis subject to self-cleavage at its active site

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    18. Houben, ENG; Scotti, PA; Valent, QA; Brunner, J; de Gier, JWL; Oudega, B; Luirink, J
      Nascent Lep inserts into the Escherichia coli inner membrane in the vicinity of YidC, SecY and SecA

      FEBS LETTERS
    19. Stein, RL; Barbosa, MDFS; Bruckner, R
      Kinetic and mechanistic studies of signal peptidase I from Escherichia coli

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Carlos, JL; Klenotic, PA; Paetzel, M; Strynadka, NCJ; Dalbey, RE
      Mutational evidence of transition state stabilization by Serine 88 in Escherichia coli type I signal peptidase

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. Parro, V; Schacht, S; Anne, J; Mellado, RP
      Four genes encoding different type I signal peptidases are organized in a cluster in Streptomyces lividans TK21

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    22. Paetzel, M; Strynadka, NCJ
      Common protein architecture and binding sites in proteases utilizing a Ser/Lys dyad mechanism

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    23. Graschopf, A; Blasi, U
      Molecular function of the dual-start motif in the lambda S holin

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    24. Py, B; Loiseau, L; Barras, F
      Assembly of the type II secretion machinery of Erwinia chrysanthemi: Direct interaction and associated conformational change between OutE, the putative ATP-binding component and the membrane protein OutL

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    25. Chen, XM; Van Valkenburgh, C; Fang, H; Green, N
      Signal peptides having standard and nonstandard cleavage sites can be processed by Imp1p of the mitochondrial inner membrane protease

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Devoto, A; Piffanelli, P; Nilsson, I; Wallin, E; Panstruga, R; von Heijne, G; Schulze-Lefert, P
      Topology, subcellular localization, and sequence diversity of the Mlo family in plants

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    27. Baymann, F; Zito, F; Kuras, R; Minai, L; Nitschke, W; Wollman, FA
      Functional characterization of Chlamydomonas mutants defective in cytochrome f maturation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. Nakai, T; Yamasaki, A; Sakaguchi, M; Kosaka, K; Mihara, K; Amaya, Y; Miura, S
      Membrane topology of Alzheimer's disease-related presenilin 1 - Evidence for the existence of a molecular species with a seven membrane-spanning and one membrane-embedded structure

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. van Dalen, A; Killian, A; de Kruijff, B
      Delta psi stimulates membrane translocation of the C-terminal part of a signal sequence

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. VanValkenburgh, C; Chen, XM; Mullins, C; Fang, H; Green, N
      The catalytic mechanism of endoplasmic reticulum signal peptidase appears to be distinct from most eubacterial signal peptidases

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Schuenemann, TA; Delgado-Nixon, VM; Dalbey, RE
      Direct evidence that the proton motive force inhibits membrane translocation of positively charged residues within membrane proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Fullner, KJ; Mekalanos, JJ
      Genetic characterization of a new type IV-A pilus gene cluster found in both classical and El Tor biotypes of Vibrio cholerae

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    33. Striebel, HM; Kalousek, F
      Eukaryotic precursor proteins are processed by Escherichia coli outer membrane protein OmpP

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    34. BLACK MT; BRUTON G
      INHIBITORS OF BACTERIAL SIGNAL PEPTIDASES

      Current pharmaceutical design
    35. KISS RS; KAY CM; RYAN RO
      BACTERIAL EXPRESSION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CHICKEN APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-I

      Protein expression and purification
    36. Parro, V; Mellado, RP
      A new signal peptidase gene from Streptomyces lividans TK21

      DNA SEQUENCE
    37. Schacht, S; Van Mellaert, L; Lammertyn, E; Tjalsma, H; Van Dijl, JM; Bron, S; Anne, J
      The Sip(Sli) gene of Streptomyces lividans TK24 specifies an unusual signal peptidase with a putative C-terminal transmembrane anchor

      DNA SEQUENCE
    38. FRANCETIC O; LORY S; PUGSLEY AP
      A 2ND PREPILIN PEPTIDASE GENE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI K-12

      Molecular microbiology
    39. ROINE E; RAINERI DM; ROMANTSCHUK M; WILSON M; NUNN DN
      CHARACTERIZATION OF TYPE-IV PILUS GENES IN PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE PV. TOMATO DC3000

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    40. TJALSMA H; BOLHUIS A; VANROOSMALEN ML; WIEGERT T; SCHUMANN W; BROEKHUIZEN CP; QUAX WJ; VENEMA G; BRON S; VANDIJL JM
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE SECRETORY PRECURSOR PROCESSING MACHINERY OF BACILLUS-SUBTILIS - IDENTIFICATION OF A EUBACTERIAL HOMOLOG OF ARCHAEAL AND EUKARYOTIC SIGNAL PEPTIDASES

      Genes & development
    41. VALENT QA; SCOTTI PA; HIGH S; DEGIER JWL; VONHEIJNE G; LENTZEN G; WINTERMEYER W; OUDEGA B; LUIRINK J
      THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI SRP AND SECB TARGETING PATHWAYS CONVERGE AT THE TRANSLOCON

      EMBO journal
    42. BOGDANOV M; DOWHAN W
      PHOSPHOLIPID-ASSISTED PROTEIN-FOLDING - PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE IS REQUIRED AT A LATE STEP OF THE CONFORMATIONAL MATURATION OF THE POLYTOPIC MEMBRANE-PROTEIN LACTOSE PERMEASE

      EMBO journal (Print)
    43. PAETZEL M; DALBEY RE; STRYNADKA NCJ
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF A BACTERIAL SIGNAL PEPTIDASE IN COMPLEX WITH A BETA-LACTAM INHIBITOR

      Nature
    44. KARAMYSHEV AL; KARAMYSHEVA ZN; KAJAVA AV; KSENZENKO VN; NESMEYANOVA MA
      PROCESSING OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE - ROLE OF THE PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF THE SIGNAL PEPTIDE CLEAVAGE REGION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    45. Nilsson, I; Saaf, A; Whitley, P; Gafvelin, G; Waller, C; von Heijne, G
      Proline-induced disruption of a transmembrane alpha-helix in its natural environment

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    46. SAAF A; MONNE M; DEGIER JW; VONHEIJNE G
      MEMBRANE TOPOLOGY OF THE 60-KDA OXALP HOMOLOG FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. CHAAL BK; MOULD RM; BARBROOK AC; GRAY JC; HOWE CJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A CDNA-ENCODING THE THYLAKOIDAL PROCESSING PEPTIDASE FROM ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ORIGIN AND CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF THE ENZYME

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. DELGADOPARTIN VM; DALBEY RE
      THE PROTON MOTIVE FORCE, ACTING ON ACIDIC RESIDUES, PROMOTES TRANSLOCATION OF AMINO-TERMINAL DOMAINS OF MEMBRANE-PROTEINS WHEN THE HYDROPHOBICITY OF THE TRANSLOCATION SIGNAL IS LOW

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. EICHLER J; WICKNER W
      THE SECA SUBUNIT OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI PREPROTEIN TRANSLOCASE IS EXPOSED TO THE PERIPLASM

      Journal of bacteriology (Print)
    50. JOHNSTON JL; BILLINGTON SJ; HARING V; ROOD JI
      COMPLEMENTATION ANALYSIS OF THE DICHELOBACTER-NADOSUS FIMN, FIMO, ANDFIMP GENES IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE FIMNOP GENE REGION

      Infection and immunity
    51. MALIK P; TERRY TD; BELLINTANI F; PERHAM RN
      FACTORS LIMITING DISPLAY OF FOREIGN PEPTIDES ON THE MAJOR COAT PROTEIN OF FILAMENTOUS BACTERIOPHAGE-CAPSIDS AND A POTENTIAL ROLE FOR LEADERPEPTIDASE

      FEBS letters
    52. VANKLOMPENBURG W; PAETZEL M; DEJONG JM; DALBEY RE; DEMEL RA; VONHEIJNE G; DEKRUIJFF B
      PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE MEDIATES INSERTION OF THE CATALYTIC DOMAIN OF LEADER PEPTIDASE IN MEMBRANES

      FEBS letters
    53. GLOCKSHUBER R; HORNEMANN S; BILLETER M; RIEK R; WIDER G; WUTHRICH K
      PRION PROTEIN STRUCTURAL FEATURES INDICATE POSSIBLE RELATIONS TO SIGNAL PEPTIDASES

      FEBS letters
    54. SAAF A; WALLIN E; VONHEIJNE G
      STOP-TRANSFER FUNCTION OF PSEUDORANDOM AMINO-ACID SEGMENTS DURING TRANSLOCATION ACROSS PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC MEMBRANES

      European journal of biochemistry
    55. WREDE P; LANDT O; KLAGES S; FATEMI A; HAHN U; SCHNEIDER G
      PEPTIDE DESIGN AIDED BY NEURAL NETWORKS - BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF ARTIFICIAL SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-I CLEAVAGE SITES

      Biochemistry
    56. PRAGAI Z; TJALSMA H; BOLHUIS A; VANDIJL JM; VENEMA G; BRON S
      THE SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-II (LSP) GENE OF BACILLUS-SUBTILIS

      Microbiology
    57. HE SC; FOX TD
      MEMBRANE TRANSLOCATION OF MITOCHONDRIALLY CODED COX2P - DISTINCT REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPORT OF N-TERMINI AND C-TERMINI AND DEPENDENCE ON THE CONSERVED PROTEIN-OXA1P

      Molecular biology of the cell
    58. PAETZEL M; DALBEY RE
      CATALYTIC HYDROXYL AMINE DYADS WITHIN SERINE PROTEASES/

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    59. DALBEY RE; LIVELY MO; BRON S; VANDIJL JM
      THE CHEMISTRY AND ENZYMOLOGY OF THE TYPE-I SIGNAL PEPTIDASES

      Protein science
    60. ZHANG YB; GREENBERG B; LACKS SA
      ANALYSIS OF A STREPTOCOCCUS-PNEUMONIAE GENE ENCODING SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-I AND OVERPRODUCTION OF THE ENZYME

      Gene
    61. POSSOT OM; PUGSLEY AP
      THE CONSERVED TETRACYSTEINE MOTIF IN THE GENERAL SECRETORY PATHWAY COMPONENT PULE IS REQUIRED FOR EFFICIENT PULLULANASE SECRETION

      Gene
    62. LORY S; STROM MS
      STRUCTURE-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIP OF TYPE-IV PREPILIN PEPTIDASE OF PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA - A REVIEW

      Gene
    63. SUCIU D; CHATTERJEE S; INOUYE M
      CATALYTIC EFFICIENCY OF SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-I OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI IS COMPARABLE TO THAT OF MEMBERS OF THE SERINE-PROTEASE FAMILY

      Protein engineering
    64. KLUG G; JAGER A; HECK C; RAUHUT R
      IDENTIFICATION, SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS, AND EXPRESSION OF THE LEPB GENE FOR A LEADER PEPTIDASE IN RHODOBACTER-CAPSULATUS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    65. TJALSMA H; NOBACK MA; BRON S; VENEMA G; YAMANE K; VANDIJL JM
      BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CONTAINS 4 CLOSELY-RELATED TYPE-I SIGNAL PEPTIDASESWITH OVERLAPPING SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITIES - CONSTITUTIVE AND TEMPORALLY CONTROLLED EXPRESSION OF DIFFERENT SIP GENES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. FANG H; MULLINS C; GREEN N
      IN ADDITION TO SEC11, A NEWLY IDENTIFIED GENE, SPC3, IS ESSENTIAL FORSIGNAL PEPTIDASE ACTIVITY IN THE YEAST ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    67. GAFVELIN G; SAKAGUCHI M; ANDERSSON H; VONHEIJNE G
      TOPOLOGICAL RULES FOR MEMBRANE-PROTEIN ASSEMBLY IN EUKARYOTIC CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    68. HAASE J; LANKA E
      A SPECIFIC PROTEASE ENCODED BY THE CONJUGATIVE DNA TRANSFER SYSTEMS OF INCP AND TI PLASMIDS IS ESSENTIAL FOR PILUS SYNTHESIS

      Journal of bacteriology
    69. VANKLOMPENBURG W; RIDDER ANJA; VANRAALTE ALJ; KILLIAN AJ; VONHEIJNE G; DEKRUIJFF B
      IN-VITRO MEMBRANE INTEGRATION OF LEADER PEPTIDASE DEPENDS ON THE SEC MACHINERY AND ANIONIC PHOSPHOLIPIDS AND CAN OCCUR POSTTRANSLATIONALLY

      FEBS letters
    70. THONYMEYER L; KUNZLER P
      TRANSLOCATION TO THE PERIPLASM AND SIGNAL SEQUENCE CLEAVAGE OF PREAPOCYTOCHROME-C DEPEND ON SEC AND LEP, BUT NOT ON THE CCM GENE-PRODUCTS

      European journal of biochemistry
    71. JOCK CA; PULAKAT L; LEE S; GAVINI N
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE AND GENETIC COMPLEMENTATION ANALYSIS OF LEP FROM AZOTOBACTER-VINELANDII

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    72. PRITCHARD MP; OSSETIAN R; LI DN; HENDERSON CJ; BURCHELL B; WOLF CR; FRIEDBERG T
      A GENERAL STRATEGY FOR THE EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN CYTOCHROMEP450S IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI USING BACTERIAL SIGNAL PEPTIDES - EXPRESSION OF CYP3A4, CYP2A6, AND CYP2E1

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    73. KADERBHAI N; KADERBHAI MA
      EXPRESSION, ISOLATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A SIGNAL SEQUENCE-APPENDED CHIMERIC PRECURSOR PROTEIN

      Protein expression and purification
    74. BOLHUIS A; SOROKIN A; AZEVEDO V; EHRLICH SD; BRAUN PG; DEJONG A; VENEMA G; BRON S; VANDIJL JM
      BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CAN MODULATE ITS CAPACITY AND SPECIFICITY FOR PROTEIN SECRETION THROUGH TEMPORALLY CONTROLLED EXPRESSION OF THE SIPS GENEFOR SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-I

      Molecular microbiology
    75. JARRELL KF; BAYLEY DP; FLORIAN V; KLEIN A
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INSERTIONAL MUTATIONS IN FLAGELLIN GENES IN THE ARCHAEON METHANOCOCCUS-VOLTAE

      Molecular microbiology
    76. BASSILANA M; GWIZDEK C
      IN-VIVO MEMBRANE ASSEMBLY OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI POLYTOPIC PROTEIN, MELIBIOSE PERMEASE, OCCURS VIA A SEC-INDEPENDENT PROCESS WHICH REQUIRES THE PROTONMOTIVE FORCE

      EMBO journal
    77. MALIK P; TARRY TD; GOWDA LR; LANGARA A; PETUKHOV SA; SYMMONS MF; WELSH LC; MARVIN DA; PERHAM RN
      ROLE OF CAPSID STRUCTURE AND MEMBRANE-PROTEIN PROCESSING IN DETERMINING THE SIZE AND COPY NUMBER OF PEPTIDES DISPLAYED ON THE MAJOR COAT PROTEIN OF FILAMENTOUS BACTERIOPHAGE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    78. JOHANSSON M; VONHEIJNE G
      MEMBRANE TOPOLOGY OF KCH, A PUTATIVE K-COLI( CHANNEL FROM ESCHERICHIA)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    79. CREGG KM; WILDING EI; BLACK MT
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF THE SYSB GENE ENCODING AN ESSENTIAL TYPE-I SIGNAL PEPTIDASE FROM STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS

      Journal of bacteriology
    80. ALLSOP A; BROOKS G; EDWARDS PD; KAURA AC; SOUTHGATE R
      INHIBITORS OF BACTERIAL SIGNAL PEPTIDASE - A SERIES OF 6-(SUBSTITUTEDOXYETHYL)PENEMS

      Journal of antibiotics
    81. DEGIER JWL; MANSOURNIA P; VALENT QA; PHILLIPS GJ; LUIRINK J; VONHEIJNE G
      ASSEMBLY OF A CYTOPLASMIC MEMBRANE-PROTEIN IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI IS DEPENDENT ON THE SIGNAL RECOGNITION PARTICLE

      FEBS letters
    82. BARBROOK AC; PACKER JCL; HOWE CJ
      INHIBITION BY PENEM OF PROCESSING PEPTIDASES FROM CYANOBACTERIA AND CHLOROPLAST THYLAKOIDS

      FEBS letters
    83. BURRITT JB; BOND CW; DOSS KW; JESAITIS AJ
      FILAMENTOUS PHAGE DISPLAY OF OLIGOPEPTIDE LIBRARIES

      Analytical biochemistry
    84. SUOMINEN I; MEYER P; TILGMANN C; GLUMOFF T; GLUMOFF V; KAPYLA J; MANTSALA P
      EFFECTS OF SIGNAL PEPTIDE MUTATIONS ON PROCESSING OF BACILLUS-STEAROTHERMOPHILUS ALPHA-AMYLASE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Microbiology
    85. RUSCH SL; KENDALL DA
      PROTEIN-TRANSPORT VIA AMINO-TERMINAL TARGETING SEQUENCES - COMMON THEMES IN DIVERSE SYSTEMS

      Molecular membrane biology
    86. VANKLOMPENBURG W; WHITLEY P; DIEMEL R; VONHEIJNE G; DEKRUIJFF B
      A QUANTITATIVE ASSAY TO DETERMINE THE AMOUNT OF SIGNAL-PEPTIDASE-I INESCHERICHIA-COLI AND THE ORIENTATION OF MEMBRANE-VESICLES

      Molecular membrane biology
    87. SAAF A; ANDERSSON H; GAFVELIN G; VONHEIJNE G
      SECA-DEPENDENCE OF THE TRANSLOCATION OF A LARGE PERIPLASMIC LOOP IN THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI MALF INNER MEMBRANE-PROTEIN IS A FUNCTION OF SEQUENCE CONTEXT

      Molecular membrane biology
    88. DALBEY RE; KUHN A; VONHEIJNE G
      DIRECTIONALITY IN PROTEIN TRANSLOCATION ACROSS MEMBRANES - THE N-TAILPHENOMENON

      Trends in cell biology
    89. ALLSOP AE; BROOKS G; BRUTON G; COULTON S; EDWARDS PD; HATTON IK; KAURA AC; MCLEAN SD; PEARSON ND; SMALE TC; SOUTHGATE R
      PENEM INHIBITORS OF BACTERIAL SIGNAL PEPTIDASE

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    90. MULLER P; AHRENS K; KELLER T; KLAUCKE A
      A TNPHOA INSERTION WITHIN THE BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM SIPS GENE, HOMOLOGOUS TO PROKARYOTIC SIGNAL PEPTIDASES, RESULTS IN EXTENSIVE CHANGESIN THE EXPRESSION OF PBM-SPECIFIC NODULINS OF INFECTED SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) CELLS

      Molecular microbiology
    91. MEIJER WJJ; DEJONG A; BEA G; WISMAN A; TJALSMA H; VENEMA G; BRON S; MAARTEN J; VANDIJL JM
      THE ENDOGENOUS BACILLUS-SUBTILIS (NATTO) PLASMIDS PTA1015 AND PTA1040CONTAIN SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-ENCODING GENES - IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW STRUCTURAL MODULE ON CRYPTIC PLASMIDS

      Molecular microbiology
    92. JOHNSTON JL; BILLINGTON SJ; HARING V; ROOD JI
      IDENTIFICATION OF FIMBRIAL ASSEMBLY GENES FROM DICHELOBACTER-NODOSUS - EVIDENCE THAT FIMP ENCODES THE TYPE-IV PREPILIN PEPTIDASE

      Gene
    93. SIEZEN RJ; ROLLEMA HS; KUIPERS OP; DEVOS WM
      HOMOLOGY MODELING OF THE LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS LEADER PEPTIDASE NISP ANDITS INTERACTION WITH THE PRECURSOR OF THE LANTIBIOTIC NISIN

      Protein engineering
    94. CAO GQ; KUHN A; DALBEY RE
      THE TRANSLOCATION OF NEGATIVELY CHARGED RESIDUES ACROSS THE MEMBRANE IS DRIVEN BY THE ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIAL - EVIDENCE FOR AN ELECTROPHORESIS-LIKE MEMBRANE TRANSFER MECHANISM

      EMBO journal
    95. KUHN A
      MAJOR COAT PROTEINS OF BACTERIOPHAGE-PF3 AND BACTERIOPHAGE-M13 AS MODEL SYSTEMS FOR SEC-INDEPENDENT PROTEIN-TRANSPORT

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    96. HOANG V; HOFEMEISTER J
      BACILLUS-AMYLOLIQUEFACIENS POSSESSES A 2ND TYPE-I SIGNAL PEPTIDASE WITH EXTENSIVE SEQUENCE SIMILARITY TO OTHER BACILLUS SPASES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    97. PACKER JCL; ANDRE D; HOWE CJ
      CLONING AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-I FROM THE THERMOPHILIC CYANOBACTERIUM PHORMIDIUM-LAMINOSUM

      Plant molecular biology
    98. PEARSON ND; SMALE TC; SOUTHGATE R
      PREPARATION OF 3-BENZOYLPENEMS AND PENEM AMIDES BY WITTIG METHODOLOGY

      Tetrahedron letters
    99. CHATTERJEE S; SUCIU D; DALBEY RE; KAHN PC; INOUYE M
      DETERMINATION OF K-M AND K(CAT) FOR SIGNAL PEPTIDASE-I USING A FULL-LENGTH SECRETORY PRECURSOR, PRO-OMPA-NUCLEASE-A

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    100. VANDIJL JM; DEJONG A; VENEMA G; BRON S
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE POTENTIAL ACTIVE-SITE OF THE SIGNAL PEPTIDASE SIPS OF BACILLUS-SUBTILIS - STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL SIMILARITIES WITHLEXA-LIKE PROTEASES

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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