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    1. Travis, J; Potempa, J
      Bacterial proteinases as targets for the development of second-generation antibiotics

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    2. Rapala-Kozik, M; Potempa, J; Nelson, D; Kozik, A; Travis, J
      Comparative cleavage sites within the reactive-site loop of native and oxidized alpha(1)-proteinase inhibitor by selected bacterial proteinases

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. MAEDA H; OKAMOTO T; AKAIKE T
      HUMAN MATRIX METALLOPROTEASE ACTIVATION BY INSULTS OF BACTERIAL-INFECTION INVOLVING PROTEASES AND FREE-RADICALS

      Biological chemistry
    4. JANCIAUSKIENE S; LINDGREN S; WRIGHT HT
      THE C-TERMINAL PEPTIDE OF ALPHA-1-ANTITRYPSIN INCREASES LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN BINDING IN HEPG2 CELLS

      European journal of biochemistry
    5. NELSON D; POTEMPA J; TRAVIS J
      INACTIVATION OF ALPHA(1)-PROTEINASE INHIBITOR AS A BROAD SCREEN FOR DETECTING PROTEOLYTIC ACTIVITIES IN UNKNOWN SAMPLES

      Analytical biochemistry (Print)
    6. VOGELMEIER C; BIEDERMANN T; MAIER K; BEHR J; KROMBACH F; BUHL R
      COMPARATIVE LOSS OF ACTIVITY OF RECOMBINANT SECRETORY LEUKOPROTEASE INHIBITOR AND ALPHA(1)-PROTEASE INHIBITOR CAUSED BY DIFFERENT FORMS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS

      The European respiratory journal
    7. NOWAK D; KROL M; MIEDZOBRODZKI J; BIALASIEWICZ P
      STAPHYLOCOCCAL SERINE PROTEINASE INCREASES INTRACELLULAR FREE CALCIUM-CONCENTRATION IN HUMAN POLYMORPHONUCLEAR LEUKOCYTES

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    8. MAEDA H
      ROLE OF MICROBIAL PROTEASES IN PATHOGENESIS

      Microbiology and immunology
    9. MAEDA H; YAMAMOTO T
      PATHOGENIC MECHANISMS INDUCED BY MICROBIAL PROTEASES IN MICROBIAL INFECTIONS

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    10. MAEDA H; AKAIKE T; WU J; NOGUCHI Y; SAKATA Y
      BRADYKININ AND NITRIC-OXIDE IN INFECTIOUS-DISEASE AND CANCER

      Immunopharmacology
    11. DENGLER R; LOTTSPEICH F; OBERTHUR W; MAST AE; EMMERICH B
      LIMITED PROTEOLYSIS OF ALPHA(1)-PROTEINASE INHIBITOR (ALPHA(1)-PL) INACUTE-LEUKEMIA - STUDIES ON THE RESULTING FRAGMENTS AND IMPLICATION FOR THE STRUCTURE OF THE INACTIVATED INHIBITOR

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    12. RAO CN; LADIN DA; LIU YY; CHILUKURI K; HOU ZZ; WOODLEY DT
      ALPHA-1-ANTITRYPSIN IS DEGRADED AND NONFUNCTIONAL IN CHRONIC WOUNDS BUT INTACT AND FUNCTIONAL IN ACUTE WOUNDS - THE INHIBITOR PROTECTS FIBRONECTIN FROM DEGRADATION BY CHRONIC WOUND FLUID ENZYMES

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    13. FUJITA J; XU G; MIYAWAKI H; YAMAJI Y; TAKAHARA J
      MEASUREMENTS OF PLASMA ELASTASE ALPHA(1)-PROTEINASE INHIBITOR COMPLEXES IN PATIENTS RECEIVING CANCER-CHEMOTHERAPY WITH GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR

      Chest
    14. SUTER S
      THE ROLE OF BACTERIAL PROTEASES IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF CYSTIC-FIBROSIS

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    15. KUHN CR; NAUDE RJ; TRAVIS J; OELOFSEN W
      THE ISOLATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ALPHA(1)-PROTEINASE INHIBITOR FROM THE SERUM OF THE OSTRICH (STRUTHIO-CAMELUS)

      International Journal of Biochemistry
    16. SIRES UI; MURPHY G; BARAGI VM; FLISZAR CJ; WELGUS HG; SENIOR RM
      MATRILYSIN IS MUCH MORE EFFICIENT THAN OTHER MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES IN THE PROTEOLYTIC INACTIVATION OF ALPHA(1)-ANTITRYPSIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    17. SIRES UI; MURPHY G; BARAGI VM; FLISZAR CJ; WELGUS HG; SENIOR RM
      MATRILYSIN IS MUCH MORE EFFICIENT THAN OTHER MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES IN THE PROTEOLYTIC INACTIVATION OF ALPHA(1)-ANTITRYPSIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    18. MIYOSHI S; OH EG; HIRATA K; SHINODA S
      EXOCELLULAR TOXIC FACTORS PRODUCED BY VIBRIO-VULNIFICUS

      Journal of toxicology. Toxin reviews


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