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    1. Prevost, M; Ortmans, I
      Interactions of the N-terminal domain of apolipoprotein E with a mimetic water-lipid surface: A molecular dynamics study

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    2. Brouillette, CG; Anantharamaiah, GM; Engler, JA; Borhani, DW
      Structural models of human apolipoprotein A-I: a critical analysis and review

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY OF LIPIDS
    3. Duthy, TG; Manning, PA; Heuzenroeder, MW
      Characterization of the CsfC and CsfD proteins involved in the biogenesis of CS5 pili from enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    4. Vrablik, M; Ceska, R; Horinek, A
      Major apolipoprotein B-100 mutations in lipoprotein metabolism and atherosclerosis

      PHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    5. Liebermann, H; Lotz, K; Mentel, R; Bauer, U; Seidel, W
      Mapping of linear epitopes on fibre knob of human adenovirus serotype 5

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    6. Prassolov, V; Ivanov, D; Hein, S; Rutter, G; Munk, C; Lohler, J; Stocking, C
      The Mus cervicolor MuLV isolate M813 is highly fusogenic and induces a T-cell lymphoma associated with large multinucleated cells

      VIROLOGY
    7. Mohr, SC; Swamy, N; Xu, WR; Ray, R
      Why do we need a three-dimensional architecture of the ligand-binding domain of the nuclear 1 alpha,25-dihydroxyvitamin D-3 receptor?

      STEROIDS
    8. Christodoulopoulos, I; Cannon, PM
      Sequences in the cytoplasmic tail of the gibbon ape leukemia virus envelope protein that prevent its incorporation into lentivirus vectors

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    9. Lu, CW; Roth, MJ
      Functional characterization of the N termini of murine leukemia virus envelope proteins

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Rothenberg, SM; Olsen, MN; Laurent, LC; Crowley, RA; Brown, PO
      Comprehensive mutational analysis of the moloney murine leukemia virus envelope protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    11. Sugai, J; Eiden, M; Anderson, MM; Van Hoeven, N; Meiering, CD; Overbaugh, J
      Identification of envelope determinants of feline leukemia virus subgroup B that permit infection and gene transfer to cells expressing human Pit1 orPit2

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    12. Brauer, ABE; Kelly, G; McBride, JD; Cooke, RM; Matthews, SJ; Leatherbarrow, RJ
      The Bowman-Birk inhibitor reactive site loop sequence represents an independent structural beta-hairpin motif

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Segrest, JP; Jones, MK; De Loof, H; Dashti, N
      Structure of apolipoprotein B-100 in low density lipoproteins

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    14. Datta, G; Garber, DW; Chung, BH; Chaddha, M; Dashti, N; Bradley, WA; Gianturco, SH; Anantharamaiah, GM
      Cationic domain 141-150 of apoE covalently linked to a class A amphipathichelix enhances atherogenic lipoprotein metabolism in vitro and in vivo

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    15. Narayanaswami, V; Szeto, SSW; Ryan, RO
      Lipid association-induced N- and C-terminal domain reorganization in humanapolipoprotein E3

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Keizer, DW; Slupsky, CM; Kalisiak, M; Campbell, AP; Crump, MP; Sastry, PA; Hazes, B; Irvin, RT; Sykes, BD
      Structure of a pilin monomer from Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Implications for the assembly of pili

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Kypreos, KE; van Dijk, KW; van der Zee, A; Havekes, LM; Zannis, VI
      Domains of apolipoprotein E contributing to triglyceride and cholesterol homeostasis in vivo - Carboxyl-terminal region 203-299 promotes hepatic verylow density lipoprotein-triglyceride secretion

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Hertle, R; Mrsny, R; Fitzgerald, DJ
      Dual-function vaccine for Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Characterization of chimeric exotoxin A-pilin protein

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    19. Jalkanen, K; Leu, T; Bono, P; Salmi, M; Jalkanen, S; Smith, DJ
      Distinct ligand binding properties of Mac-2-binding protein and mousephilin C-associated protein

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    20. Anantharamaiah, GM; Datta, G; Garber, DW
      Toward the design of peptide mimics of antiatherogenic apolipoproteins A-Iand E

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    21. Jensen, PEH; Gunnarsson, M; Stigbrand, T
      Conformational state and receptor recognition of the C-terminal domain of human alpha(2)-macroglobulin after dissociation into half-molecules

      CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA
    22. Kypreos, KE; Morani, P; van Dijk, KW; Havekes, LM; Zannis, VI
      The amino-terminal 1-185 domain of ApoE promotes the clearance of lipoprotein remnants in vivo. The carboxy-terminal domain is required for inductionof hyperlipidemia in normal and ApoE-deficient mice

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Xiao, T; Decamp, DL; Sprang, SR
      Structure of a rat alpha(1)-macroglobulin receptor-binding domain dimer

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    24. Hearn, MTW; Gomme, PT
      Molecular architecture and biorecognition processes of the cystine knot protein superfamily: Part I. The glycoprotein hormones

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR RECOGNITION
    25. Poupard, G; Andre, M; Durliat, M; Ballagny, C; Boeuf, G; Babin, PJ
      Apolipoprotein E gene expression correlates with endogenous lipid nutrition and yolk syncytial layer lipoprotein synthesis during fish development

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    26. O'Reilly, L; Roth, MJ
      Second-site changes affect viability of amphotropic/ecotropic chimeric enveloped murine leukemia viruses

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    27. Bachrach, E; Marin, M; Pelegrin, M; Karavanas, G; Piechaczyk, M
      Efficient cell infection by moloney murine leukemia virus-derived particles requires minimal amounts of envelope glycoprotein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    28. Gallet, X; Charloteaux, B; Thomas, A; Brasseur, R
      A fast method to predict protein interaction sites from sequences

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    29. Zaiou, M; Arnold, KS; Newhouse, YM; Innerarity, TL; Weisgraber, KH; Segall, ML; Phillips, MC; Lund-Katz, S
      Apolipoprotein E-low density lipoprotein receptor interaction: influences of basic residue and amphipathic alpha-helix organization in the ligand

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    30. Perugini, MA; Schuck, P; Howlett, GJ
      Self-association of human apolipoprotein E3 and E4 in the presence and absence of phospholipid

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Lund-Katz, S; Zaiou, M; Wehrli, S; Dhanasekaran, P; Baldwin, F; Weisgraber, KH; Phillips, MC
      Effects of lipid interaction on the lysine microenvironments in apolipoprotein E

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Chen, HQ; Schifferli, DM
      Mucosal and systemic immune responses to chimeric fimbriae expressed by Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium vaccine strains

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    33. Gunnarsson, M; Stigbrand, T; Jensen, PEH
      Conformational variants of human alpha(2)-macroglobulin are reflected in aC-terminal 'switch region'

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    34. Morrow, JA; Segall, ML; Lund-Katz, S; Phillips, MC; Knapp, M; Rupp, B; Weisgraber, KH
      Differences in stability among the human apolipoprotein E isoforms determined by the amino-terminal domain

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    35. Russell, SJ; Cosset, FL
      Modifying the host range properties of retroviral vectors

      JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE
    36. Rani, DBR; Bayer, ME; Schifferli, DM
      Polymeric display of immunogenic epitopes from herpes simplex virus and transmissible gastroenteritis virus surface proteins on an enteroadherent fimbria

      CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY IMMUNOLOGY
    37. Forstner, M; Peters-Libeu, G; Contreras-Forrest, E; Newhouse, Y; Knapp, M; Rupp, B; Weisgraber, KH
      Carboxyl-terminal domain of human apolipoprotein E: Expression, purification, and crystallization

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    38. Morrow, JA; Arnold, KS; Weisgraber, KH
      Functional characterization of apolipoprotein E isoforms overexpressed in Escherichia coli

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    39. Prevost, M; Kocher, JP
      Structural characterization by computer experiments of the lipid-free LDL-receptor-binding domain of apolipoprotein E

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    40. van Raaij, MJ; Louis, N; Chroboczek, J; Cusack, S
      Structure of the human adenovirus serotype 2 fiber head domain at 1.5 angstrom resolution

      VIROLOGY
    41. Kayman, SC; Park, H; Saxon, M; Pinter, A
      The hypervariable domain of the murine leukemia virus surface protein tolerates large insertions and deletions, enabling development of a retroviral particle display system

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    42. Pillot, T; Goethals, M; Najib, J; Labeur, C; Lins, L; Chambaz, J; Brasseur, R; Vandekerckhove, J; Rosseneu, M
      beta-amyloid peptide interacts specifically with the carboxy-terminal domain of human apolipoprotein E: Relevance to Alzheimer's disease

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    43. Babin, PJ; Bogerd, J; Kooiman, FP; Van Marrewijk, WJA; Van der Horst, DJ
      Apolipophorin II/I, apolipoprotein B, vitellogenin, and microsomal triglyceride transfer protein genes are derived from a common ancestor

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    44. Zlot, CH; Flynn, LM; Veniant, MM; Kim, E; Raabe, M; McCormick, SPA; Ambroziak, P; McEvoy, LM; Young, SG
      Generation of monoclonal antibodies specific for mouse apolipoprotein B-100 in apolipoprotein B-48-only mice

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    45. Sirtori, CR; Calabresi, L; Franceschini, G
      Recombinant apolipoproteins for the treatment of vascular diseases

      ATHEROSCLEROSIS
    46. Clement-Collin, V; Leroy, A; Monteilhet, C; Aggerbeck, LP
      Mimicking lipid-binding-induced conformational changes in the human apolipoprotein E N-terminal receptor binding domain - Effects of low pH and propanol

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    47. Mitraki, A; Barge, A; Chroboczek, J; Andrieu, JP; Gagnon, J; Ruigrok, RWH
      Unfolding studies of human adenovirus type 2 fibre trimers - Evidence for a stable domain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    48. Swamy, N; Mohr, SC; Xu, WR; Ray, R
      Vitamin D receptor interacts with DnaK heat shock protein 70: Identification of DnaK interaction site on vitamin D receptor

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    49. CACHIA PJ; GLASIER LMG; HODGINS RRW; WONG WY; IRVIN RT; HODGES RS
      THE USE OF SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES IN THE DESIGN OF A CONSENSUS SEQUENCE VACCINE FOR PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      The journal of peptide research
    50. JONES CH; HRUBY DE
      NEW TARGETS FOR ANTIBIOTIC DEVELOPMENT - BIOGENESIS OF SURFACE ADHERENCE STRUCTURES

      Drug discovery today
    51. JENNER L; HUSTED L; THIRUP S; SOTTRUPJENSEN L; NYBORG J
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE RECEPTOR-BINDING DOMAIN OF ALPHA(2)-MACROGLOBULIN

      Structure
    52. Kuang, W; Dolmer, K; Liao, XB; Gettins, PGW
      Localization of basic residues required for receptor binding to the singlealpha-helix of the receptor binding domain of human alpha(2)-macroglobulin

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    53. ZIJLSTRAWESTHOFF WE; SLOOTSTRA JW; PUIJK WC; SCHAAPER WMM; OONK HB; MELOEN RH
      IN-VITRO INHIBITION OF THE BIOACTIVITY OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE BY ANTISERA AGAINST A PEPTIDE REPRESENTING PART OF THE FSH-RECEPTOR

      Journal of reproductive immunology
    54. OKUBO M; AOYAMA Y; HARADA K; FUKAWA M; TSUKADA T; MOKUNO H; YAMADA N; MURASE T
      A NOVEL APOLIPOPROTEIN E2 VARIANT, E2(TORANOMON)(Q187E), IDENTIFIED IN A TYPE-III HYPERLIPOPROTEINEMIA PATIENT WITH CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS

      Atherosclerosis (Amsterdam)
    55. LOBECK K; DREVET P; LEONETTI M; FROMENROMANO C; DUCANCEL F; LAJEUNESSE E; LEMAIRE C; MENEZ A
      TOWARDS A RECOMBINANT VACCINE AGAINST DIPHTHERIA-TOXIN

      Infection and immunity
    56. ROGERS DP; ROBERTS LM; LEBOWITZ J; ENGLER JA; BROUILLETTE CG
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-I - EFFECTS OF AMINO-TERMINALAND CARBOXY-TERMINAL DELETIONS ON THE LIPID-FREE STRUCTURE

      Biochemistry
    57. FISHER CA; WANG JJ; FRANCIS GA; SYKES BD; KAY CM; RYAN RO
      BACTERIAL OVEREXPRESSION, ISOTOPE ENRICHMENT, AND NMR ANALYSIS OF THEN-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN-E

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    58. ARNBERG N; MEI YF; WADELL G
      FIBER GENES OF ADENOVIRUSES WITH TROPISM FOR THE EYE AND THE GENITAL-TRACT

      Virology
    59. PANIN LE; SABIROV AN; MAKSYUTOV AZ; POTERYAEVA ON; POLYAKOV LM
      DESIGN, SYNTHESIS, AND IMMUNOCHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION OF THE PUTATIVE RECEPTOR DOMAIN OF HUMAN INSULIN

      Molecular biology
    60. BROUWER DAJ; VANDOORMAAL JJ; MUSKIET FAJ
      CLINICAL-CHEMISTRY OF COMMON APOLIPOPROTEIN-E ISOFORMS

      Journal of chromatography B. Biomedical applications
    61. MARQUES MA; TOLAR M; HARMONY JAK; CRUTCHER KA
      A THROMBIN CLEAVAGE FRAGMENT OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-E EXHIBITS ISOFORM-SPECIFIC NEUROTOXICITY

      NeuroReport
    62. MOUCHEL N; TRICHET V; BETZ A; LEPENNEC JP; WOLFF J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF VITELLOGENIN FROM RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS)

      Gene
    63. LIEBERMANN H; MENTEL R; DOHNER L; MODROW S; SEIDEL W
      INHIBITION OF CELL-ADHESION TO THE VIRUS BY SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES OF FIBER KNOB OF HUMAN ADENOVIRUS SEROTYPE-2 AND SEROTYPE-3 AND VIRUS NEUTRALIZATION BY ANTIPEPTIDE ANTIBODIES

      Virus research
    64. MASUDA M; MASUDA M; HANSON CA; HOFFMAN PM; RUSCETTI SK
      ANALYSIS OF THE UNIQUE HAMSTER-CELL TROPISM OF ECOTROPIC MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS PVC-211

      Journal of virology
    65. HONG JS; ENGLER JA
      DOMAINS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY OF ADENOVIRUS TYPE-2 FIBER TRIMERS

      Journal of virology
    66. WANG GS; PIERENS GK; TRELEAVEN WD; SPARROW JT; CUSHLEY RJ
      CONFORMATIONS OF HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN E(263-286) AND E(267-289) IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS OF SODIUM DODECYL-SULFATE BY CD AND H-1-NMR

      Biochemistry
    67. MORIYAMA K; SASAKI J; TAKADA Y; ARAKAWA F; MATSUNAGA A; ITO Y; ARAKAWA K
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL VARIANT OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-E, E2 FUKUOKA (ARG-224-]GLN) IN A HYPERLIPIDEMIC PATIENT WITH XANTHOMATOSIS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    68. SAXENA U; AUERBACH BJ; FERGUSON E; WOLLE J; MARCEL YL; WEISGRABER KH; HEGELE RA; BISGAIER CL
      APOLIPOPROTEIN-B AND APOLIPOPROTEIN-E BASIC-AMINO-ACID CLUSTERS INFLUENCE LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN ASSOCIATION WITH LIPOPROTEIN-LIPASE ANCHORED TO THE SUBENDOTHELIAL MATRIX

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    69. VIRJI M; MAKEPEACE K; PEAK I; PAYNE G; SAUNDERS JR; FERGUSON DJP; MOXON ER
      FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE EXPRESSION OF PILC PROTEINS IN MENINGOCOCCI

      Molecular microbiology
    70. VANDERSPEK JC; SUTHERLAND J; SAMPSON E; MURPHY JR
      GENETIC CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DIPHTHERIA TOXIN-RELATED INTERLEUKIN-15 FUSION PROTEIN DAB(389) SIL-15

      Protein engineering
    71. GOMEZDUARTE OG; GALEN J; CHATFIELD SN; RAPPUOLI R; EIDELS L; LEVINE MM
      EXPRESSION OF FRAGMENT C OF TETANUS TOXIN FUSED TO A CARBOXYL-TERMINAL FRAGMENT OF DIPHTHERIA-TOXIN IN SALMONELLA-TYPHI CVD-908 VACCINE STRAIN

      Vaccine
    72. CHATTERTON JE; PHILLIPS ML; CURTISS LK; MILNE R; FRUCHART JC; SCHUMAKER VN
      IMMUNOELECTRON MICROSCOPY OF LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS YIELDS A RIBBONAND BOW MODEL FOR THE CONFORMATION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-B ON THE LIPOPROTEIN SURFACE

      Journal of lipid research
    73. JI Y; JONAS A
      PROPERTIES OF AN N-TERMINAL PROTEOLYTIC FRAGMENT OF APOLIPOPROTEIN AIIN SOLUTION AND IN RECONSTITUTED HIGH-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. VANHAM SM; VANALPHEN L; MOOI FR; VANPUTTEN JPM
      CONTRIBUTION OF THE MAJOR AND MINOR SUBUNITS TO FIMBRIA-MEDIATED ADHERENCE OF HAEMOPHILUS-INFLUENZAE TO HUMAN EPITHELIAL-CELLS AND ERYTHROCYTES

      Infection and immunity
    75. BABIN PJ; DERYCKERE F; GANNON F
      PRESENCE OF AN EXTENDED DUPLICATION IN THE PUTATIVE LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN RECEPTOR-BINDING DOMAIN OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-B - CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DOMAIN IN SALMON

      European journal of biochemistry
    76. DALLINGATHIE GM; TRIP MVLS; KOCK LAW; DEBRUIN TWA
      APOLIPOPROTEIN E2 E3 E4 GENOTYPING WITH AGAROSE GELS

      Clinical chemistry
    77. VEDIE B; MYARA I; JEUNEMAITRE X; MOATTI N
      GENETIC VARIATIONS IN THE APOLIPOPROTEIN- B GENE

      Annales de genetique
    78. NIELSEN KL; SOTTRUPJENSEN L; NAGASE H; THOGERSEN HC; ETZERODT M
      AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE OF HEN OVOMACROGLOBULIN (OVOSTATIN) DEDUCED FROM CLONED CDNA

      DNA sequence
    79. WEISGRABER KH; PITAS RE; MAHLEY RW
      LIPOPROTEINS, NEUROBIOLOGY, AND ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-E

      Current opinion in structural biology
    80. YOUNG SG; KODURI RK; AUSTIN RK; BONNET DJ; SMITH RS; CURTISS LK
      DEFINITION OF A NONLINEAR CONFORMATIONAL EPITOPE FOR THE APOLIPOPROTEIN B-100-SPECIFIC MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY, MB47

      Journal of lipid research
    81. WEINBERG RB
      IDENTIFICATION OF FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS IN THE PLASMA APOLIPOPROTEINS BYANALYSIS OF INTERSPECIES SEQUENCE VARIABILITY

      Journal of lipid research
    82. JAMES K; MILNE I; CUNNINGHAM A; ELLIOTT SF
      THE EFFECT OF ALPHA(2) MACROGLOBULIN IN COMMERCIAL CYTOKINE ASSAYS

      Journal of immunological methods
    83. DONG LM; WILSON C; WARDELL MR; SIMMONS T; MAHLEY RW; WEISGRABER KH; AGARD DA
      HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN-E - ROLE OF ARGININE-61 IN MEDIATING THE LIPOPROTEIN PREFERENCES OF THE E3-ISOFORM AND E4-ISOFORM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. KHAN AS; SCHIFFERLI DM
      A MINOR 987P PROTEIN DIFFERENT FROM THE STRUCTURAL FIMBRIAL SUBUNIT IS THE ADHESIN

      Infection and immunity
    85. GETTINS PGW; BOEL E; CREWS BC
      THIOL ESTER ROLE IN CORRECT FOLDING AND CONFORMATION OF HUMAN ALPHA(2)-MACROGLOBULIN - PROPERTIES OF RECOMBINANT C949S VARIANT

      FEBS letters
    86. BRZOZOWSKA A; GRIMHOLT U; KULSETH MA; WOLD I; ROGNE S
      THE SEQUENCE OF PORCINE APOLIPOPROTEIN-E (APOE) CDNA

      DNA sequence
    87. JEAN LFL; WATERS CA; KEEMY D; MURPHY JR
      SITE-DIRECTED AND DELETION MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE RECEPTOR-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE INTERLEUKIN-6 RECEPTOR TARGETED FUSION TOXIN DAB389-IL-6

      Protein engineering
    88. PURTELL C; MAEDA N; EBERT DL; KAISER M; LUNDKATZ S; STURLEY SL; KODOYIANNI V; GRUNWALD K; NEVIN DN; AIELLO RJ; ATTIE AD
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE ENCODING THE CARBOXYL-TERMINAL HALF OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-B FROM SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIC PIGS

      Journal of lipid research
    89. LINTON MF; FARESE RV; CHIESA G; GRASS DS; CHIN P; HAMMER RE; HOBBS HH; YOUNG SG
      TRANSGENIC MICE EXPRESSING HIGH PLASMA-CONCENTRATIONS OF HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN B100 AND LIPOPROTEIN(A)

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    90. LUNDKATZ S; WEISGRABER KH; MAHLEY RW; PHILLIPS MC
      CONFORMATION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-E IN LIPOPROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    91. WESTERLUND JA; WEISGRABER KH
      DISCRETE CARBOXYL-TERMINAL SEGMENTS OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-E MEDIATE LIPOPROTEIN ASSOCIATION AND PROTEIN OLIGOMERIZATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    92. MYANT NB
      FAMILIAL DEFECTIVE APOLIPOPROTEIN B-1OO - A REVIEW, INCLUDING SOME COMPARISONS WITH FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA

      Atherosclerosis


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