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    1. Van Buynder, PG; Oughtred, T; Kirkby, B; Phillips, S; Eaglesham, G; Thomas, K; Burch, M
      Nodularin uptake by seafood during a cyanobacterial bloom

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    2. Li, XY; Liu, YD; Song, LR
      Cytological alterations in isolated hepatocytes from common carp (Cyprinuscarpio L.) exposed to microcystin-LR

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    3. Sipia, VO; Kankaanpaa, HT; Flinkman, J; Lahti, K; Meriluoto, JAO
      Time-dependent accumulation of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins in flounders (Platichthys flesus) and mussels (Mytilus edulis) from the northern Baltic Sea

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    4. Sipia, V; Kankaanpaa, H; Lahti, K; Carmichael, WW; Meriluoto, J
      Detection of Nodularin in flounders and cod from the Baltic Sea

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    5. Sanvoisin, J; Pollard, JR; Hormozdiari, P; Ward, WHJ; Gani, D
      A generic medium throughput activity assay procedure for serine-threonine protein phosphatases using C-14-labelled N-acetyl-Arg-Arg-Ala-Thr(P)-Val-Ala

      JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-PERKIN TRANSACTIONS 1
    6. Moffitt, MC; Blackburn, SI; Neilan, BA
      rRNA sequences reflect the ecophysiology and define the toxic cyanobacteria of the genus Nodularia

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Volter, KE; Embrey, KJ; Pierens, GK; Quinn, RJ
      A study of the binding requirements of calyculin A and dephosphonocalyculin A with PP1, development of a molecular recognition model for the binding interactions of the okadaic acid class of compounds with PP1

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
    8. Yea, SS; Kim, HM; Oh, HM; Paik, KH; Yang, KH
      Microcystin-induced down-regulation of lymphocyte functions through reduced IL-2 mRNA stability

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    9. Moffitt, MC; Neilan, BA
      On the presence of peptide synthetase and polyketide synthase genes in thecyanobacterial genus Nodularia

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    10. Miller, MJ; Fallowfield, HJ
      Degradation of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins in batch experiments

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    11. Miller, MJ; Critchley, MM; Hutson, J; Fallowfield, HJ
      The adsorption of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins from water onto soil during batch experiments

      WATER RESEARCH
    12. Heresztyn, T; Nicholson, BC
      Determination of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins directly in water using a protein phosphatase inhibition assay

      WATER RESEARCH
    13. Dahlmann, J; Ruhl, A; Hummert, C; Liebezeit, G; Carlsson, P; Graneli, E
      Different methods for toxin analysis in the cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena (Cyanophyceae)

      TOXICON
    14. Park, H; Namikoshi, M; Brittain, SM; Carmichael, WW; Murphy, T
      [D-Leu(1)] microcystin-LR, a new microcystin isolated from waterbloom in aCanadian prairie lake

      TOXICON
    15. Mikhailov, A; Harmala-Brasken, AS; Meriluoto, J; Sorokina, Y; Dietrich, D; Eriksson, JE
      Production and specificity of mono and polyclonal antibodies against microcystins conjugated through N-methyldehydroalanine

      TOXICON
    16. Lankoff, A; Kolataj, A
      Influence of microcystin-YR and nodularin on the activity of some proteolytic enzymes in mouse liver

      TOXICON
    17. Mikhailov, A; Harmala-Brasken, AS; Polosukhina, E; Hanski, A; Wahlsten, M; Sivonen, K; Eriksson, JE
      Production and specificity of monoclonal antibodies against nodularin conjugated through N-methyldehydrobutyrine

      TOXICON
    18. Lim, IK; Park, TJ; Park, SC; Yoon, G; Kwak, CS; Lee, MS; Song, KY; Choi, YK; Hyun, BH
      Selective left-lobe atrophy by nodularin treatment accompanied by reduced protein phosphatase 1/2A and increased peroxisome proliferation in rat liver

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    19. Lindholm, T; Svartstrom, M; Spoof, L; Meriluoto, J
      Effects of ship traffic on archipelago waters off the Langnas harbour in Aland, SW Finland

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    20. Zeck, A; Eikenberg, A; Weller, MG; Niessner, R
      Highly sensitive immunoassay based on a monoclonal antibody specific for [4-arginine]microcystins

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    21. Zeck, A; Weller, MG; Bursill, D; Niessner, R
      Generic microcystin immunoassay based on monoclonal antibodies against Adda

      ANALYST
    22. Spoof, L; Karlsson, K; Meriluoto, J
      High-performance liquid chromatographic separation of microcystins and nodularin, cyanobacterial peptide toxins, on C-18 and amide C-16 sorbents

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    23. Pearson, C; Rinehart, KL; Sugano, M; Costerison, JR
      Enantiospecific synthesis of N-Boc-Adda: A linear approach

      ORGANIC LETTERS
    24. Harada, K; Suomalainen, M; Uchida, H; Masui, H; Ohmura, K; Kiviranta, J; Niku-Paavola, ML; Ikemoto, T
      Insecticidal compounds against mosquito larvae from Oscillatoria agardhii strain 27

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    25. Yea, SS; Kim, HM; Jeon, YJ; Oh, HM; Jeong, HG; Yang, KH
      Suppression of IL-2 and IL-4 gene expression by nodularin through the reduced NF-AT binding activity

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    26. Metcalf, JS; Codd, GA
      Microwave oven and boiling waterbath extraction of hepatotoxins from cyanobacterial cells

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    27. Lankoff, A; Kolataj, A
      Influence of microcystine-YR and nodularin on the activity of some glucosidases in mouse liver

      TOXICOLOGY
    28. Pelander, A; Ojanpera, I; Lahti, K; Niinivaara, K; Vuori, E
      Visual detection of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins by thin-layer chromatography and application to water analysis

      WATER RESEARCH
    29. Brittain, S; Mohamed, ZA; Wang, J; Lehmann, VKB; Carmichael, WW; Rinehart, KL
      Isolation and characterization of microcystins from a River Nile strain ofOscillatoria tenuis Agardh ex Gomont

      TOXICON
    30. Beattie, KA; Kaya, K; Codd, GA
      The cyanobacterium Nodularia in PCC 7804, of freshwater origin, produces [L-Har(2)]nodularin

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    31. Yan, F; Ozsoz, M; Sadik, OA
      Electrochemical and conformational studies of microcystin-LR

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    32. Hobson, P; Burch, M; Fallowfield, HJ
      Effect of total dissolved solids and irradiance on growth and toxin production by Nodularia spumigena

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    33. Bolch, CJS; Orr, PT; Jones, GJ; Blackburn, SI
      Genetic, morphological, and toxicological variation among globally distributed strains of Nodularia (cyanobacteria)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    34. Hu, T; Panek, JS
      Total synthesis of (-)-motuporin

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    35. Samy, R; Kim, HY; Brady, M; Toogood, PL
      Total synthesis of motuporin and 5-[L-Ala]-motuporin

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    36. Reichelt, M; Hummert, C; Luckas, B
      Hydrolysis of microcystins and nodularin by microwave radiation

      CHROMATOGRAPHIA
    37. Fontal, OI; Vieytes, MR; de Sousa, JMVB; Louzao, MC; Botana, LM
      A fluorescent microplate assay for microcystin-LR

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    38. Rivasseau, C; Racaud, P; Deguin, A; Hennion, MC
      Development of a bioanalytical phosphatase inhibition test for the monitoring of microcystins in environmental water samples

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    39. Lee, HS; Jeong, CK; Lee, HM; Choi, SJ; Do, KS; Kim, K; Kim, YH
      On-line trace enrichment for the simultaneous determination of microcystins in aqueous samples using high-performance liquid chromatography with diode-array detection

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    40. HUNTER PR
      CYANOBACTERIAL TOXINS AND HUMAN HEALTH

      Journal of applied microbiology
    41. PARK HD; KIM B; KIM E; OKINO T
      HEPATOTOXIC MICROCYSTINS AND NEUROTOXIC ANATOXIN-A IN CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS FROM KOREAN LAKES

      Environmental toxicology and water quality
    42. PARK HD; IWAMI C; WATANABE MF; HARADA K; OKINO T; HAYASHI H
      TEMPORAL VARIABILITIES OF THE CONCENTRATIONS OF INTRACELLULAR AND EXTRACELLULAR MICROCYSTIN AND TOXIC MICROCYSTIS SPECIES IN A HYPERTROPHICLAKE, LAKE-SUWA, JAPAN (1991-1994)

      Environmental toxicology and water quality
    43. Pelander, A; Ojanpera, I; Vuori, E
      Analysis of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins by overpressured layer chromatography

      JPC-JOURNAL OF PLANAR CHROMATOGRAPHY-MODERN TLC
    44. HARADA K; TSUJI K
      PERSISTENCE AND DECOMPOSITION OF HEPATOTOXIC MICROCYSTINS PRODUCED BYCYANOBACTERIA IN NATURAL-ENVIRONMENT

      Journal of toxicology. Toxin reviews
    45. TAKENAKA S
      FORMATION OF -AMINO-2,6,8-TRIMETHYL-10-PHENYLDECA-4E,6E-DIENOIC ACID FROM MICROCYSTIN LR BY THE TREATMENT WITH VARIOUS PROTEASES, AND ITS DETECTION IN MOUSE-LIVER

      Chemosphere
    46. KURKIHELASMO K; MERILUOTO J
      MICROCYSTIN UPTAKE INHIBITS GROWTH AND PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-ACTIVITY IN MUSTARD (SINAPIS-ALBA L.) SEEDLINGS

      Toxicon (Oxford)
    47. MERILUOTO J; KINCAID B; SMYTH MR; WASBERG M
      ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTION OF MICROCYSTINS, CYANOBACTERIAL PEPTIDE HEPATOTOXINS, FOLLOWING HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Journal of chromatography
    48. HERESZTYN T; NICHOLSON BC
      NODULARIN CONCENTRATIONS IN LAKES ALEXANDRINA AND ALBERT, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, DURING A BLOOM OF THE CYANOBACTERIUM (BLUE-GREEN-ALGA) NODULARIASPUMIGENA AND DEGRADATION OF THE TOXIN

      Environmental toxicology and water quality
    49. JOHN W; RAYNOR MW; RAE B
      MICELLAR ELECTROKINETIC CAPILLARY CHROMATOGRAPHY OF ALGAL TOXINS

      HRC. Journal of high resolution chromatography
    50. PELANDER A; SIVONEN K; OJANPERA I; VUORELA H
      RETARDATION BEHAVIOR OF CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXINS IN THE IRREGULAR PART OF THE PRISMA MODEL FOR THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY

      JPC. Journal of planar chromatography, modern TLC
    51. TWIST H; CODD GA
      DEGRADATION OF THE CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXIN, NODULARIN, UNDER LIGHTAND DARK CONDITIONS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    52. VUORI E; PELANDER A; HIMBERG K; WARIS M; NIINIVAARA K
      REMOVAL OF NODULARIN FROM BRACKISH-WATER WITH REVERSE-OSMOSIS OR VACUUM DISTILLATION

      Water research
    53. TSUJI K; WATANUKI T; KONDO F; WATANABE MF; NAKAZAWA H; SUZUKI M; UCHIDA H; HARADA KI
      STABILITY OF MICROCYSTINS FROM CYANOBACTERIA .4. EFFECT OF CHLORINATION ON DECOMPOSITION

      Toxicon
    54. ISHIDA K; MATSUDA H; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      MICROGININS 299-A AND -B, LEUCINE AMINOPEPTIDASE INHIBITORS FROM THE CYANOBACTERIUM MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA (NIES-299)

      Tetrahedron
    55. PANEK JS; HU T
      ASYMMETRIC-SYNTHESIS OF (2S,3S,8S,9S)-N-BOC ADDA - APPLICATION OF A PALLADIUM(0)-CATALYZED CROSS-COUPLING REACTION OF TRISUBSTITUTED OLEFINS

      Journal of organic chemistry
    56. BAGU JR; SYKES BD; CRAIG MM; HOLMES CFB
      A MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR DIFFERENT INTERACTIONS OF MARINE TOXINS WITH PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 - MOLECULAR-MODELS FOR BOUND MOTUPORIN, MICROCYSTINS, OKADAIC ACID, AND CALYCULIN-A

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. RICE RL; RUSNAK JM; YOKOKAWA F; YOKOKAWA S; MESSNER DJ; BOYNTON AL; WIPF P; LAZO JS
      A TARGETED LIBRARY OF SMALL-MOLECULE, TYROSINE, AND DUAL-SPECIFICITY PHOSPHATASE INHIBITORS DERIVED FROM A RATIONAL CORE DESIGN AND RANDOM SIDE-CHAIN VARIATION

      Biochemistry
    58. KIM HY; STEIN K; TOOGOOD PL
      SYNTHESIS TOWARDS MICROCYSTINS AND RELATED TOXINS

      Chemical communications
    59. KONDO F; MATSUMOTO H; YAMADA S; ISHIKAWA N; ITO E; NAGATA S; UENO Y; SUZUKI M; HARADA K
      DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF METABOLITES OF MICROCYSTINS FORMED IN-VIVO IN MOUSE AND RAT LIVERS

      Chemical research in toxicology
    60. CRAIG M; LUU HA; MCCREADY TL; WILLIAMS D; ANDERSEN RJ; HOLMES CFB
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE INTERACTION OF MOTUPORIN AND MICROYCYSTINS WITH TYPE-1 AND TYPE-2A PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    61. HARADA K; MURATA H; QIANG Z; SUZUKI M; KONDO F
      MASS-SPECTROMETRIC SCREENING METHOD FOR MICROCYSTINS IN CYANOBACTERIA

      Toxicon
    62. SIN N; KALLMERTEN J
      SYNTHESIS OF (2S,3S,8S,9S)-ADDA FROM D-GLUCOSE

      Tetrahedron letters
    63. KIM HY; TOOGOOD PL
      A NEW STEREOSELECTIVE ROUTE TO -METHOXY-2,6,8-TRIMETHYL-10-PHENYLDECA-4,6-DIENOIC ACID (ADDA)

      Tetrahedron letters
    64. ISHIDA K; MATSUDA H; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      KAWAGUCHIPEPTIN-A, A NOVEL CYCLIC UNDECAPEPTIDE FROM CYANOBACTERIUM MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA (NIES-88)

      Tetrahedron
    65. ARMENT AR; CARMICHAEL WW
      EVIDENCE THAT MICROCYSTIN IS A THIO-TEMPLATE PRODUCT

      Journal of phycology
    66. ZHANG LF; ZHANG ZJ; LONG FX; LEE EYC
      TYROSINE-272 IS INVOLVED IN THE INHIBITION OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 BY MULTIPLE TOXINS

      Biochemistry
    67. MOOLLAN RW; RAE B; VERBEEK A
      SOME COMMENTS ON THE DETERMINATION OF MICROCYSTIN TOXINS IN WATERS BYHIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Analyst
    68. BAGY JR; SONNICHSEN FD; WILLIAMS D; ANDERSEN RJ; SYKES BD; HOLMES CFB
      COMPARISON OF THE SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF MICROCYSTIN-LR AND MOTUPORIN

      Nature structural biology
    69. HARDING WR; ROWE N; WESSELS JC; BEATTIE KA; CODD GA
      DEATH OF A DOG ATTRIBUTED TO THE CYANOBACTERIAL (BLUE-GREEN-ALGAL) HEPATOTOXIN NODULARIN IN SOUTH-AFRICA

      Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association
    70. OJANPERA I; PELANDER A; VUORI E; HIMBERG K; WARIS M; NIINIVAARA K
      DETECTION OF CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXINS BY TLC

      JPC. Journal of planar chromatography, modern TLC
    71. SHI L; CARMICHAEL WW; MILLER I
      IMMONUGOLD LOCALIZATION OF HEPATOTOXINS IN CYANOBACTERIAL CELLS

      Archives of microbiology
    72. CODD GA
      CYANOBACTERIAL TOXINS - OCCURRENCE, PROPERTIES AND BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

      Water science and technology
    73. SPASSOVA M; MELLOR IR; PETROV AG; BEATTIE KA; CODD GA; VAIS H; USHERWOOD PNR
      PORES FORMED IN LIPID BILAYERS AND IN NATIVE MEMBRANES BY NODULARIN, A CYANOBACTERIAL TOXIN

      European biophysics journal
    74. TAKENAKA S; TANAKA Y
      BEHAVIOR OF MICROCYSTINS AND ITS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCT IN WATER-TREATMENT PROCESS

      Chemosphere
    75. TSUJI K; WATANUKI T; KONDO F; WATANABE MF; SUZUKI S; NAKAZAWA H; SUZUKI M; UCHIDA H; HARADA K
      STABILITY OF MICROCYSTINS FROM CYANOBACTERIA .2. EFFECT OF UV-LIGHT ON DECOMPOSITION AND ISOMERIZATION

      Toxicon
    76. ECHAVARREN AM; CASTANO AM
      SYNTHESIS OF 3-METHYLASPARTIC ACIDS BY RING-CONTRACTION OF A NICKELACYCLE DERIVED FROM GLUTAMIC ANHYDRIDE

      Tetrahedron
    77. HONKANEN RE; CAPLAN FR; BAKER KK; BALDWIN CL; BOBZIN SC; BOLIS CM; CABRERA GM; JOHNSON LA; JUNG JH; LARSEN LK; LEVINE IA; MOORE RE; NELSON CS; PATTERSON GML; TSCHAPPAT KD; TUANG GD; BOYNTON AL; ARMENT AR; AN J; CARMICHAEL WW; RODLAND KD; MAGUN BE; LEWIN RA
      PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE INHIBITORY ACTIVITY IN EXTRACTS OF CULTURED BLUE-GREEN-ALGAE (CYANOPHYTA)

      Journal of phycology
    78. NAMIKOSHI M; SUN FR; CHOI BW; RINEHART KL; CARMICHAEL WW; EVANS WR; BEASLEY VR
      7 MORE MICROCYSTINS FROM HOMER-LAKE CELLS - APPLICATION OF THE GENERAL-METHOD FOR STRUCTURE ASSIGNMENT OF PEPTIDES CONTAINING ALPHA,BETA-DEHYDROAMINO ACID UNIT(S)

      Journal of organic chemistry
    79. MACKINTOSH RW; DALBY KN; CAMPBELL DG; COHEN PTW; COHEN P; MACKINTOSH C
      THE CYANOBACTERIAL TOXIN MICROCYSTIN BINDS COVALENTLY TO CYSTEINE-273ON PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1

      FEBS letters
    80. SAHIN A; TENCALLA FG; DIETRICH DR; MEZ K; NAEGELI H
      ENZYMATIC ANALYSIS OF LIVER SAMPLES FROM RAINBOW-TROUT FOR DIAGNOSIS OF BLUE-GREEN ALGAE-INDUCED TOXICOSIS

      American journal of veterinary research
    81. VALENTEKOVICH RJ; SCHREIBER SL
      ENANTIOSPECIFIC TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF THE PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE INHIBITOR MOTUPORIN

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    82. MURATA H; SHOJI H; OSHIKATA M; HARADA KI; SUZUKI M; KONDO F; GOTO H
      HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH CHEMILUMINESCENCE DETECTION OF DERIVATIZED MICROCYSTINS

      Journal of chromatography
    83. RINEHART KL; NAMIKOSHI M; CHOI BW
      STRUCTURE AND BIOSYNTHESIS OF TOXINS FROM BLUE-GREEN-ALGAE (CYANOBACTERIA)

      Journal of applied phycology
    84. NISHIWAKI R; OHTA T; SUEOKA E; SUGANUMA M; HARADA K; WATANABE MF; FUJIKI H
      2 SIGNIFICANT ASPECTS OF MICROCYSTIN-LR - SPECIFIC BINDING AND LIVER SPECIFICITY

      Cancer letters
    85. RAPALA J; LAHTI K; SIVONEN K; NIEMELA SI
      BIODEGRADABILITY AND ADSORPTION ON LAKE-SEDIMENTS OF CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXINS AND ANATOXIN-A

      Letters in applied microbiology
    86. LANARAS T; COOK CM
      TOXIN EXTRACTION FROM AN ANABAENOPSIS-MILLERI-DOMINATED BLOOM

      Science of the total environment
    87. NICHOLSON BC; ROSITANO J; BURCH MD
      DESTRUCTION OF CYANOBACTERIAL PEPTIDE HEPATOTOXINS BY CHLORINE AND CHLORAMINE

      Water research
    88. HONKANAN RE; CODISPOTI BA; TSE K; BOYNTON AL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL TOXINS WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST SERINE THREONINE PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES

      Toxicon
    89. ZHANG ZJ; ZHAO SM; LONG FX; ZHANG LF; BAI G; SHIMA H; NAGAO M; LEE EYC
      A MUTANT OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 THAT EXHIBITS ALTERED TOXIN SENSITIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    90. RUDOLPHBOHNER S; MIERKE DF; MORODER L
      MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE OF THE CYANOBACTERIAL TUMOR-PROMOTING MICROCYSTINS

      FEBS letters
    91. TOIVOLA DM; ERIKSSON JE; BRAUTIGAN DL
      IDENTIFICATION OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE 2A AS THE PRIMARY TARGET FOR MICROCYSTIN-1R IN RAT-LIVER HOMOGENATES

      FEBS letters
    92. VASCONCELOS VM; EVANS WR; CARMICHAEL WW; NAMIKOSHI M
      ISOLATION OF MICROCYSTIN-LR FROM A MICROCYSTIS (CYANOBACTERIA) WATERBLOOM COLLECTED IN THE DRINKING-WATER RESERVOIR FOR PORTO, PORTUGAL

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    93. QUINN RJ; TAYLOR C; SUGANUMA M; FUJIKI H
      THE CONSERVED ACID-BINDING DOMAIN MODEL OF INHIBITORS OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 AND PHOSPHATASE-2A - MOLECULAR MODELING ASPECTS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    94. EDWARDS C; LAWTON LA; BEATTIE KA; CODD GA; PLEASANCE S; DEAR GJ
      ANALYSIS OF MICROCYSTINS FROM CYANOBACTERIA BY LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH MASS-SPECTROMETRY USING ATMOSPHERIC-PRESSURE IONIZATION

      Rapid communications in mass spectrometry
    95. LUUKKAINEN R; SIVONEN K; NAMIKOSHI M; FARDIG M; RINEHART KL; NIEMELA SI
      ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF 8 MICROCYSTINS FROM 13 OSCILLATORIA-AGARDHII STRAINS AND STRUCTURE OF A NEW MICROCYSTIN

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    96. SIM ATR; MUDGE LM
      PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-ACTIVITY IN CYANOBACTERIA - CONSEQUENCES FOR MICROCYSTIN TOXICITY ANALYSIS

      Toxicon
    97. CRAIG M; MCCREADY TL; LUU HA; SMILLIE MA; DUBORD P; HOLMES CFB
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HYDROPHOBIC MICROCYSTINS IN CANADIAN FRESH-WATER CYANOBACTERIA

      Toxicon
    98. CHEN DZX; BOLAND MP; SMILLIE MA; KLIX H; PTAK C; ANDERSEN RJ; HOLMES CFB
      IDENTIFICATION OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE INHIBITORS OF THE MICROCYSTIN CLASS IN THE MARINE-ENVIRONMENT

      Toxicon
    99. TSUKAMOTO S; PAINULY P; YOUNG KA; YANG XM; SHIMIZU Y; CORNELL L
      MICROCYSTILIDE-A - A NOVEL CELL-DIFFERENTIATION-PROMOTING DEPSIPEPTIDE FROM MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA NO-15-1840

      Journal of the American Chemical Society


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