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    1. Menzel, R; Manz, G; Menzel, R; Greggers, U
      Massed and spaced learning in honeybees: The role of CS, US, the intertrial interval, and the test interval

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    2. Kuehne, J; Murphy, RM
      Synthesis and characterization of membrane-active GALA-OKT9 conjugates

      BIOCONJUGATE CHEMISTRY
    3. Guimaraes, CA; Assreuy, J; Linden, R
      Paracrine neuroprotective effect of nitric oxide in the developing retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    4. Marissen, WE; Gradi, A; Sonenberg, N; Lloyd, RE
      Cleavage of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4GII correlates with translation inhibition during apoptosis

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    5. Zhou, HR; Harkema, JR; Hotchkiss, JA; Yan, D; Roth, RA; Pestka, JJ
      Lipopolysaccharide and the trichothecene vomitoxin (deoxynivalenol) synergistically induce apoptosis in murine lymphoid organs

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    6. Rajamohan, F; Doumbia, SO; Engstrom, CR; Pendergras, SL; Maher, DL; Uckun, FM
      Expression of biologically active recombinant pokeweed antiviral protein in methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    7. Alberio, R; Kubelka, M; Zakhartchenko, V; Hajduch, M; Wolf, E; Motlik, J
      Activation of bovine oocytes by specific inhibition of cyclin-dependent kinases

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    8. Pestka, JJ; Zhou, HR
      Interleukin-6-deficient mice refractory to IgA dysregulation but not anorexia induction by vomitoxin (d eoxynivalenol) ingestion

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    9. Hata, R; Maeda, K; Hermann, D; Mies, G; Hossmann, KA
      Dynamics of regional brain metabolism and gene expression after middle cerebral artery occlusion in mice

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    10. Linden, R
      The anti-death league: associative control of apoptosis in developing retinal tissue

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    11. Yang, GH; Jarvis, BB; Chung, YJ; Pestka, JJ
      Apoptosis induction by the satratoxins and other trichothecene mycotoxins:Relationship to ERK, p38 MARK, and SAP/JNK activation

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Suda, M; Yamada, S; Toda, T; Miyakawa, T; Hirata, D
      Regulation of Wee1 kinase in response to protein synthesis inhibition

      FEBS LETTERS
    13. Glaser, W; Skern, T
      Extremely efficient cleavage of eIF4G by picornaviral proteinases L and 2Ain vitro

      FEBS LETTERS
    14. Stork, O; Welzl, H
      Memory formation and the regulation of gene expression

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    15. Matias, WG; Traore, A; Bonini, M; Sanni, A; Creppy, EE
      Oxygen reactive radicals production in cell culture by okadaic acid and their implication in protein synthesis inhibition

      HUMAN & EXPERIMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    16. Bozso, Z; Ott, PG; Kecskes, ML; Klement, Z
      Effect of heat and cycloheximide treatment of tobacco on the ability of Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae 61 hrp/hrmA mutants to cause HR

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    17. Williams, JM; Boyd, B; Nutikka, A; Lingwood, CA; Foster, DEB; Milford, DV; Taylor, CM
      A comparison of the effects of verocytotoxin-1 on primary human renal cellcultures

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    18. Chan, MC; Murphy, RM
      Kinetics of cellular trafficking and cytotoxicity of 9.2.27-gelonin immunotoxins targeted against the high-molecular-weight melanoma-associated antigen

      CANCER IMMUNOLOGY IMMUNOTHERAPY
    19. Chow, LP; Chou, MH; Ho, CY; Chuang, CC; Pan, FM; Wu, SH; Lin, JY
      Purification, characterization and molecular cloning of trichoanguin, a novel type I ribosome-inactivating protein from the seeds of Trichosanthes anguina

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    20. Cook-Johnson, RJ; Zhang, Q; Wiskich, JT; Soole, KL
      The nuclear origin of the non-phosphorylating NADH dehydrogenases of plantmitochondria

      FEBS LETTERS
    21. Iwamatsu, T; Shibata, Y; Yamashita, M
      Studies on fertilization of the teleost. II. Nuclear behavior and changes in histone H1 kinase

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    22. Wenning, LA; Murphy, RM
      Coupled cellular trafficking and diffusional limitations in delivery of immunotoxins to multicell tumor spheroids

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    23. BUSSING A; STEIN GM; PFULLER U
      SELECTIVE KILLING OF CD8(-ACETYL-D-GALACTOSAMINE-SPECIFIC LECTIN FROMVISCUM-ALBUM L() CELLS WITH A MEMORY PHENOTYPE (CD62L(LO)) BY THE N)

      Cell death and differentiation
    24. Walther, UI; Schulze, J; Forth, W
      Inhibition of protein synthesis by zinc: comparison between protein synthesis and RNA synthesis

      HUMAN & EXPERIMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    25. Rivera, S; Guillot, S; Agassandian, C; Ben Ari, Y; Khrestchatisky, M
      Serum deprivation-induced apoptosis in cultured hippocampi is prevented bykainate

      NEUROREPORT
    26. BUSSING A; MULTANI AS; PATHAK S; PFULLER U; SCHIETZEL M
      INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS BY THE N-ACETYL-GALACTOSAMINE-SPECIFIC TOXIC LECTIN FROM VISCUM-ALBUM L. IS ASSOCIATED WITH A DECREASE OF NUCLEAR P53 AND BCL-2 PROTEINS AND INDUCTION OF TELOMERIC ASSOCIATIONS

      Cancer letters
    27. GERA JF; BAKER EJ
      DEADENYLATION-DEPENDENT AND DEADENYLATION-INDEPENDENT DECAY PATHWAYS FOR ALPHA-1-TUBULIN MESSENGER-RNA IN CHLAMYDOMONAS-REINHARDTII

      Molecular and cellular biology
    28. HERNANDEZSANCHEZ J; VALADEZ JG; HERRERA JV; ONTIVEROS C; GUARNEROS G
      LAMBDA-BAR MINIGENE-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INVOLVESACCUMULATION OF PEPTIDYL-TRANSFER-RNA AND STARVATION FOR TRANSFER-RNA

      EMBO journal (Print)
    29. SIMON M; CLEARY TG; HERNANDEZ JD; ABBOUD HE
      SHIGA TOXIN-1 ELICITS DIVERSE BIOLOGIC RESPONSES IN MESANGIAL CELLS

      Kidney international
    30. SCHEPERS EJ; DAHLMAN DL; ZHANG DQ
      MICROPLITIS-CROCEIPES TERATOCYTES - IN-VITRO CULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF TERATOCYTE SECRETED PROTEIN

      Journal of insect physiology
    31. WU TH; CHOW LP; LIN JY
      SECHIUMIN, A RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEIN FROM THE EDIBLE GOURD, SECHIUM EDULE SWARTZ - PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, MOLECULAR-CLONING AND EXPRESSION

      European journal of biochemistry
    32. LEE SK; CUI B; MEHTA RR; KINGHORN AD; PEZZUTO JM
      CYTOSTATIC MECHANISM AND ANTITUMOR POTENTIAL OF NOVEL 1H-CYCLOPENTA[B]BENZOFURAN LIGNANS ISOLATED FROM AGLAIA-ELLIPTICA

      Chemico-biological interactions
    33. CHATTERJEE M; CHATTERJEE N; DATTA R; DATTA B; GUPTA NK
      EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY OF P67 ARE INDUCED DURING HEAT-SHOCK

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print)
    34. RYALS PE; YANG XL
      EFFECTS OF DICHLOROISOPROTERENOL ON MACROMOLECULAR-SYNTHESIS AND DIFFERENTIATION IN TETRAHYMENA-VORAX

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    35. TATENO H; KAMIGUCHI Y
      PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION OF CHINESE-HAMSTER OOCYTES BY CHEMICAL STIMULI AND ITS CYTOGENETIC EVALUATION

      Molecular reproduction and development
    36. RIO B; LAUTRAITE S; PARENTMASSIN D
      IN-VITRO TOXICITY OF TRICHOETHECENES ON HUMAN ERYTHROBLASTIC PROGENITORS

      Human & experimental toxicology
    37. WIESINGER H; HAMPRECHT B; DRINGEN R
      METABOLIC PATHWAYS FOR GLUCOSE IN ASTROCYTES

      Glia
    38. SPARAPANI M; BUONAMICI L; CIANI E; BATTELLI MG; CECCARELLI G; STIRPE F; CONTESTABILE A
      TOXICITY OF RICIN AND VOLKENSIN, 2 RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEINS, TOMICROGLIA, ASTROCYTE, AND NEURON CULTURES

      Glia
    39. VOGEL P; DUX E; WIESSNER C
      EFFECT OF HEAT-SHOCK ON NEURONAL CULTURES - IMPORTANCE OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS AND HSP72 INDUCTION FOR INDUCED TOLERANCE AND SURVIVAL

      Metabolic brain disease
    40. WILLIAMS JM; LEA N; LORD JM; ROBERTS LM; MILFORD DV; TAYLOR CM
      COMPARISON OF RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEINS IN THE INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS

      Toxicology letters
    41. HERNANDEZ J; ONTIVEROS C; VALADEZ JG; BUCKINGHAM RH; GUARNEROS G
      REGULATION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS BY MINIGENE EXPRESSION

      Biochimie
    42. COCHEREAU C; SANCHEZ D; CREPPY EE
      TYROSINE PREVENTS CAPSAICIN-INDUCED PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INHIBITION IN CULTURED-CELLS

      Toxicology
    43. NEWTON DL; XUE Y; BOQUE L; WLODAWER A; KUNG HF; RYBAK SM
      EXPRESSION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CYTOTOXIC HUMAN-FROG CHIMERIC RIBONUCLEASE - POTENTIAL FOR CANCER-THERAPY

      Protein engineering
    44. ONTIVEROS C; VALADEZ JG; HERNANDEZ J; GUARNEROS G
      INHIBITION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS BY ABORTIVE TRANSLATION OF PHAGE-LAMBDA MINIGENES

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    45. HENSELEIT U; ZHANG J; WANNER R; HAASE I; KOLDE G; ROSENBACH T
      ROLE OF P53 IN UVB-INDUCED APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN HACAT KERATINOCYTES

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    46. DEBENITO FM; CITORES L; IGLESIAS R; FERRERAS JM; CAMAFEITA E; MENDEZ E; GIRBES T
      ISOLATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL AND UNCOMMON 2-CHAIN 64-KDA RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEIN FROM THE BARK OF ELDER (SAMBUCUS-NIGRA L)

      FEBS letters
    47. POYET JL; HOEVELER A
      CDNA CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF POKEWEED ANTIVIRAL PROTEIN FROM SEEDS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND ITS INHIBITION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN-VITRO

      FEBS letters
    48. SASAGAWA I; YANAGIMACHI R
      COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR ACTIVATING MOUSE OOCYTES FOR SPERMATID NUCLEUS TRANSFER

      Zygote
    49. KAISER AM; SALUJA AK; LU L; YAMANAKA K; YAMAGUCHI Y; STEER ML
      EFFECTS OF CYCLOHEXIMIDE ON PANCREATIC ENDONUCLEASE ACTIVITY, APOPTOSIS, AND SEVERITY OF ACUTE-PANCREATITIS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    50. ROBERTSON HD; MATHEWS MB
      THE REGULATION OF THE PROTEIN-KINASE PKR BY RNA

      Biochimie
    51. ROTTER BA; PRELUSKY DB; PESTKA JJ
      TOXICOLOGY OF DEOXYNIVALENOL (VOMITOXIN)

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    52. LU CX; BABLANIAN R
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SMALL NONTRANSLATED POLYADENYLYLATED RNAS IN VACCINIA VIRUS-INFECTED CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. BUCHKREMERRATZMANN I; WITTE OW
      SYSTEMICALLY ADMINISTERED CYCLOHEXIMIDE REDUCES INHIBITION IN RAT NEOCORTICAL SLICE PREPARATION

      Brain research
    54. SATO PH; ROSENBERG JM; SATO RI
      DIFFERENCES IN THE INHIBITION OF TRANSLATION BY CISPLATIN, TRANSPLATIN, AND CERTAIN RELATED-COMPOUNDS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    55. VILLAMIL SM; ALCHE LE; COTO CE
      INHIBITION OF HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 MULTIPLICATION BY MELIACINE, A PEPTIDE OF PLANT-ORIGIN

      Antiviral chemistry & chemotherapy
    56. WOLOSCHAK GE; FELCHER P; CHANGLIU CM
      COMBINED EFFECTS OF IONIZING-RADIATION AND CYCLOHEXIMIDE ON GENE-EXPRESSION

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    57. FERRERAS JM; IGLESIAS R; BARBIERI L; ALEGRE C; BOLOGNESI A; ROJO MA; CARBAJALES ML; ESCARMIS C; GIRBES T
      EFFECTS AND MOLECULAR ACTION OF RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEINS ON RIBOSOMES FROM STREPTOMYCES-LIVIDANS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    58. BASSET L; ENNAMANY R; PORTAIL JP; KRETZ O; DEFFIEUX G; BADOC A; GUILLEMAIN B; CREPPY EE
      EFFECTS OF BOLESATINE ON A CELL-LINE FROM THE SP2 O THYMIC LYMPHOSARCOMA/

      Toxicology
    59. DEBENITO FM; CITORES L; IGLESIAS R; FERRERAS JM; SORIANO F; ARIAS J; MENDEZ E; GIRBES T
      EBULITINS - A NEW FAMILY OF TYPE-1 RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEINS (RIBOSOMAL-RNA N-GLYCOSIDASES) FROM LEAVES OF SAMBUCUS-EBULUS L THAT COEXIST WITH THE TYPE-2 RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEIN EBULIN-1

      FEBS letters
    60. OSUNA A; RODRIGUEZCABEZAS N; GAMARRO F; MASCARO C
      THE DIFFERENT BEHAVIOR OF DIPHTHERIA-TOXIN, MODECCIN AND RICIN IN HELA-CELLS INFECTED WITH TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    61. KOHNO K; MIES G; DJURICIC B; HOSSMANN KA
      NBQX REDUCES THRESHOLD OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INHIBITION IN FOCAL ISCHEMIA IN RATS

      NeuroReport
    62. SHELIKOFF M; SINSKEY AJ; STEPHANOPOULOS G
      THE EFFECT OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INHIBITORS ON THE GLYCOSYLATION SITE OCCUPANCY OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN PROLACTIN

      Cytotechnology
    63. TAKANO M; OKUDA M; YASUHARA M; HORI R
      CELLULAR TOXICITY OF AMINOGLYCOSIDE ANTIBIOTICS IN G418-SENSITIVE ANDG418-RESISTANT LLC-PK1 CELLS

      Pharmaceutical research
    64. ELADHAMI W; DALY S; STEWART PR
      BIOCHEMICAL-STUDIES ON THE LETHAL EFFECTS OF SOLAR AND ARTIFICIAL ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION ON STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS

      Archives of microbiology
    65. DAVIDOFF AN; MENDELOW BV
      PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INHIBITION IS NOT A REQUISITE FOR PUROMYCIN-INDUCEDAND CYCLOHEXIMIDE-INDUCED C-MYC MESSENGER-RNA SUPERINDUCTION

      Anticancer research
    66. ROJO MA; ARIAS FJ; IGLESIAS R; FERRERAS JM; SORIANO F; MENDEZ E; ESCARMIS C; GIRBES T
      ENZYMATIC-ACTIVITY OF MELONIN, A TRANSLATIONAL INHIBITOR PRESENT IN DRY SEEDS OF CUCUMIS-MELO L

      PLANT SCIENCE
    67. TANG HZ; TSAI A; HAMMERSCHLAG R
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF NEURONAL PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS BY RETROGRADELY TRANSPORTED RICIN

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    68. CACOULLOS N; BABLANIAN R
      ROLE OF POLYADENYLATED RNA SEQUENCES (POLADS) IN VACCINIA VIRUS-INFECTION - CORRELATION BETWEEN ACCUMULATION OF POLADS AND EXTENT OF SHUTOFF IN INFECTED-CELLS

      Cellular & molecular biology research
    69. BABLANIAN R; SCRIBANI S; ESTEBAN M
      AMPLIFICATION OF POLYADENYLATED NONTRANSLATED SMALL RNA SEQUENCES (POLADS) DURING SUPERINFECTION CORRELATES WITH THE INHIBITION OF VIRAL AND CELLULAR PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS

      Cellular & molecular biology research
    70. DANIS C; LEMAY G
      PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN DIFFERENT CELL-LINES INFECTED WITH ORTHOREOVIRUSSEROTYPE-3 - INHIBITION OF HOST-CELL PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS CORRELATES WITH ACCELERATED VIRAL MULTIPLICATION AND CELL-KILLING

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    71. DAVIDOFF AN; MENDELOW BV
      PUROMYCIN-ELICITED C-MYC MESSENGER-RNA SUPERINDUCTION PRECEDES APOPTOSIS IN HL-60 LEUKEMIC-CELLS

      Anticancer research
    72. ABDELMAJID H; LECLERCDAVID C; MOREAU M; GUERRIER P; RYAZANOV A
      RELEASE FROM THE METAPHASE-I BLOCK IN INVERTEBRATE OOCYTES - POSSIBLEINVOLVEMENT OF CA2+ CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT KINASE-III/

      The International journal of developmental biology
    73. SANCHEZ RM; VERVOORDELDONK MJBM; SCHALKWIJK CG; VANDENBOSCH H
      PREVENTION OF THE INDUCED SYNTHESIS AND SECRETION OF GROUP-II PHOSPHOLIPASE-A2 BY BREFELDIN-A

      FEBS letters
    74. KALOUS J; KUBELKA M; RIMKEVICOVA Z; GUERRIER P; MOTLIK J
      OKADAIC ACID ACCELERATES GERMINAL VESICLE BREAKDOWN AND OVERCOMES CYCLOHEXIMIDE-DIMETHYLAMINOPURINE AND 6-DIMETHYLAMINOPURINE BLOCK IN CATTLE AND PIG OOCYTES

      Developmental biology
    75. ROMANOVA LG; ZORINA ZA; KOROCHKIN LI
      A GENETIC, PHYSIOLOGICAL, AND BIOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF AUDIOGENIC-SEIZURES IN RATS

      Behavior genetics
    76. CAMPOS MAD; KROON EG
      CRITICAL PERIOD FOR IRREVERSIBLE BLOCK OF VACCINIA VIRUS-REPLICATION

      Revista de Microbiologia
    77. DAMASO CRA; MOUSSATCHE N
      PROTEINS RELEASED FROM VACCINIA CORES ARE PROBABLY NOT INVOLVED IN PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INHIBITION INVITRO

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research


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