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    1. Regente, M; de la Canal, L
      Do sunflower 2S albumins play a role in resistance to fungi?

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    2. Hilpert, B; Bohlmann, H; op den Camp, R; Przybyla, D; Miersch, O; Buchala, A; Apel, K
      Isolation and characterization of signal transduction mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana that constitutively activate the octadecanoid pathway and form necrotic microlesions

      PLANT JOURNAL
    3. van den Heuvel, KJPT; Hulzink, JMR; Barendse, GWM; Wullems, GJ
      The expression of tgas118, encoding a defensin in Lycopersicon esculentum,is regulated by gibberellin

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    4. Garcia-Olmedo, F; Rodriguez-Palenzuela, P; Molina, A; Alamillo, JM; Lopez-Solanilla, E; Berrocal-Lobo, M; Poza-Carrion, C
      Antibiotic activities of peptides, hydrogen peroxide and peroxynitrite in plant defence

      FEBS LETTERS
    5. Tonevitsoy, AG; Agapov, I; Solopova, O; Yurkova, M; Demina, I; Pfueller, K; Pfueller, U
      Epitope specificity of mouse immune response on short polypeptides isolated from Viscum album

      ARZNEIMITTEL-FORSCHUNG-DRUG RESEARCH
    6. Thevissen, K; Osborn, RW; Acland, DP; Broekaert, WF
      Specific binding sites for an antifungal plant defensin from dahlia (Dahlia merckii) on fungal cells are required for antifungal activity

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    7. Pae, HO; Seo, WG; Shin, MK; Lee, HS; Lee, HS; Kim, SB; Chung, HT
      Protein kinase A or C modulates the apoptosis induced by lectin II isolated from Korean mistletoe, Viscum album var. Coloratum, in the human leukemicHL-60 cells

      IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY AND IMMUNOTOXICOLOGY
    8. Romagnoli, S; Ugolini, R; Fogolari, F; Schaller, G; Urech, K; Giannattasio, M; Ragona, L; Molinari, H
      NMR structural determination of viscotoxin A3 from Viscum album L.

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    9. Stein, GM; Pfuller, U; Schietzel, M; Bussing, A
      Toxic proteins from European mistletoe (Viscum album L.: Increase of intracellular IL-4 but decrease of IFN-gamma in apoptotic cells

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    10. Schopfer, CR; Nasrallah, JB
      Self-incompatibility. Prospects for a novel putative peptide-signaling molecule

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Huang, X; Xie, WJ; Gong, ZZ
      Characteristics and antifungal activity of a chitin binding protein from Ginkgo biloba

      FEBS LETTERS
    12. Thevissen, K; Terras, FRG; Broekaert, WF
      Permeabilization of fungal membranes by plant defensins inhibits fungal growth

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Bussing, A; Stein, GM; Wagner, M; Wagner, B; Schaller, G; Pfuller, U; Schietzel, M
      Accidental cell death and generation of reactive oxygen intermediates in human lymphocytes induced by thionins from Viscum album L.

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. SAKURAI N
      DYNAMIC FUNCTION AND REGULATION OF APOPLAST IN THE PLANT BODY

      Journal of plant research
    15. CAVALLARIN L; ANDREU D; SEGUNDO BS
      CECROPIN A-DERIVED PEPTIDES ARE POTENT INHIBITORS OF FUNGAL PLANT-PATHOGENS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    16. Mourgues, F; Brisset, MN; Chevreau, E
      Activity of different antibacterial peptides on Erwinia amylovora growth, and evaluation of the phytotoxicity and stability of cecropins

      PLANT SCIENCE
    17. Dubreil, L; Gaborit, T; Bouchet, B; Gallant, DJ; Broekaert, WF; Quillien, L; Marion, D
      Spatial and temporal distribution of the major isoforms of puroindolines (puroindoline-a and puroindoline-b) and non specific lipid transfer protein (ns-LTPle(1)) of Triticum aestivum seeds. Relationships with their in vitroantifungal properties

      PLANT SCIENCE
    18. HOLTORF S; LUDWIGMULLER J; APEL K; BOHLMANN H
      HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION OF A VISCOTOXIN IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA GIVES ENHANCED RESISTANCE AGAINST PLASMODIOPHORA-BRASSICAE

      Plant molecular biology
    19. SEGURA A; MORENO M; MOLINA A; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      NOVEL DEFENSIN SUBFAMILY FROM SPINACH (SPINACIA-OLERACEA)

      FEBS letters
    20. Kushmerick, C; Castro, MD; Cruz, JS; Bloch, C; Beirao, PSL
      Functional and structural features of gamma-zeathionins, a new class of sodium channel blockers

      FEBS LETTERS
    21. Garcia-Olmedo, F; Molina, A; Alamillo, JM; Rodriguez-Palenzuela, P
      Plant defense peptides

      BIOPOLYMERS
    22. LANDON C; SODANO P; HETRU C; HOFFMANN J; PTAK M
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF DROSOMYCIN, THE FIRST INDUCIBLE ANTIFUNGAL PROTEIN FROM INSECTS

      Protein science
    23. MOLINA A; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      ENHANCED TOLERANCE TO BACTERIAL PATHOGENS CAUSED BY THE TRANSGENIC EXPRESSION OF BARLEY LIPID TRANSFER PROTEIN LTP2

      Plant journal
    24. KOBAYASHI Y; KOBAYASHI I; FUNAKI Y; FUJIMOTO S; TAKEMOTO T; KUNOH H
      DYNAMIC REORGANIZATION OF MICROFILAMENTS AND MICROTUBULES IS NECESSARY FOR THE EXPRESSION OF NONHOST RESISTANCE IN BARLEY COLEOPTILE CELLS

      Plant journal
    25. BROEKAERT WF; CAMMUE BPA; DEBOLLE MFC; THEVISSEN K; DESAMBLANX GW; OSBORN RW
      ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES FROM PLANTS

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    26. ZHANG Y; LEWIS K
      FABATINS - NEW ANTIMICROBIAL PLANT PEPTIDES

      FEMS microbiology letters
    27. HARRISON SJ; MARCUS JP; GOULTER KC; GREEN JL; MACLEAN DJ; MANNERS JM
      AN ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDE FROM THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVE HARDENBERGIA-VIOLACEA PROVIDES THE FIRST FUNCTIONALLY CHARACTERIZED MEMBER OF A SUBFAMILY OF PLANT DEFENSINS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    28. REGENTE MC; OLIVA CR; FELDMAN ML; CASTAGNARO AP; DELACANAL L
      A SUNFLOWER LEAF ANTIFUNGAL PEPTIDE ACTIVE AGAINST SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM

      Physiologia Plantarum
    29. LAST DI; LLEWELLYN DJ
      ANTIFUNGAL PROTEINS FROM SEEDS OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS AND ISOLATION OF AN ANTIFUNGAL PEPTIDE FROM ATRIPLEX NUMMULARIA

      New Zealand Journal of Botany
    30. THEVISSEN K; OSBORN RW; ACLAND DP; BROEKAERT WF
      SPECIFIC, HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING-SITES FOR AN ANTIFUNGAL PLANT DEFENSIN ON NEUROSPORA-CRASSA HYPHAE AND MICROSOMAL-MEMBRANES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. DESAMBLANX GW; GODERIS IJ; THEVISSEN K; RAEMAEKERS R; FANT F; BORREMANS F; ACLAND DP; OSBORN RW; PATEL S; BROEKAERT WF
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF A PLANT DEFENSIN FROM RADISH (RAPHANUS-SATIVUSL) REVEALS 2 ADJACENT SITES IMPORTANT FOR ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    32. TITARENKO E; LOPEZSOLANILLA E; GARCIAOLMEDO F; RODRIGUEZPALENZUELA P
      MUTANTS OF RALSTONIA (PSEUDOMONAS) SOLANACEARUM SENSITIVE TO ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES ARE ALTERED IN THEIR LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE STRUCTURE AND ARE AVIRULENT IN TOBACCO

      Journal of bacteriology
    33. ROMERO A; ALAMILLO JM; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      PROCESSING OF THIONIN PRECURSORS IN BARLEY LEAVES BY A VACUOLAR PROTEINASE

      European journal of biochemistry
    34. ZHANG NY; JONES BL; TAO HP
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW CLASS OF INSECT ALPHA-AMYLASE INHIBITORS FROM BARLEY

      Cereal chemistry
    35. GARCIAOLMEDO F; MOLINA A; SEGURA A; MORENO M; CASTAGNARO A; TITARENKO E; RODRIGUEZPALENZUELA P; PINEIRO M; DIAZ I
      ENGINEERING PLANTS AGAINST PATHOGENS - A GENERAL STRATEGY

      Field crops research
    36. NEUMANN GM; CONDRON R; POLYA GM
      PURIFICATION AND MASS SPECTROMETRY-BASED SEQUENCING OF YELLOW MUSTARD(SINAPIS-ALBA L) 6-KDA PROTEINS

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    37. LOBB L; STEC B; KANTROWITZ EK; YAMANO A; STOJANOFF V; MARKMAN O; TEETER MM
      EXPRESSION, PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RECOMBINANT CRAMBIN

      Protein engineering
    38. HAN KH; PARK KH; YOO HJ; CHA H; SUH SW; THOMAS F; MOON TS; KIM SM
      DETERMINATION OF THE 3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF HORDOTHIONIN-ALPHA BYNUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE

      Biochemical journal
    39. STEVENS C; TITARENKO E; HARGREAVES JA; GURR SJ
      DEFENSE-RELATED GENE ACTIVATION DURING AN INCOMPATIBLE INTERACTION BETWEEN STAGONOSPORA (SEPTORIA) NODORUM AND BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) COLEOPTILE CELLS

      Plant molecular biology
    40. SHARMA P; LONNEBORG A
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CDNA-ENCODING A PLANT DEFENSIN-LIKE PROTEIN FROM ROOTS OF NORWAY SPRUCE

      Plant molecular biology
    41. MEYER B; HOULNE G; POZUETAROMERO J; SCHANTZ ML; SCHANTZ R
      FRUIT-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF A DEFENSIN-TYPE GENE FAMILY IN BELL PEPPER - UP-REGULATION DURING RIPENING AND UPON WOUNDING

      Plant physiology
    42. MENDEZ E; ROCHER A; CALERO M; GIRBES T; CITORES L; SORIANO F
      PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF OMEGA-HORDOTHIONIN, A MEMBER OF A NOVEL FAMILY OF THIONINS FROM BARLEY ENDOSPERM, AND ITS INHIBITION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN EUKARYOTIC AND PROKARYOTIC CELL-FREE SYSTEMS

      European journal of biochemistry
    43. BOYD LA; SMITH PH; FOSTER EM; BROWN JKM
      THE EFFECTS OF ALLELIC VARIATION AT THE MLA RESISTANCE LOCUS IN BARLEY ON THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS F SP HORDEI AND HOST RESPONSES

      Plant journal
    44. KOGEL KH; ORTEL B; JAROSCH B; ATZORN R; SCHIFFER R; WASTERNACK C
      RESISTANCE IN BARLEY AGAINST THE POWDERY MILDEW FUNGUS (ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS F SP HORDEI) IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ENHANCED LEVELS OF ENDOGENOUSJASMONATES

      European journal of plant pathology
    45. LEE DW; APEL K; BINDING H
      THE FORMATION OF LEAF THIONINS AND THEIR EFFECT ON THE VIABILITY OF ISOLATED PROTOPLASTS OF BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L)

      Journal of plant physiology
    46. EPPLE P; APEL K; BOHLMANN H
      AN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA THIONIN GENE IS INDUCIBLE VIA A SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY DIFFERENT FROM THAT FOR PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS

      Plant physiology
    47. NITTI G; ORRU S; BLOCH C; MORHY L; MARINO G; PUCCI P
      AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE AND DISULFIDE-BRIDGE PATTERN OF 3 GAMMA-THIONINS FROM SORGHUM-BICOLOR

      European journal of biochemistry
    48. REINBOTHE S; MOLLENHAUER B; REINBOTHE C
      JIPS AND RIPS - THE REGULATION OF PLANT GENE-EXPRESSION BY JASMONATESIN RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CUES AND PATHOGENS

      The Plant cell
    49. EBRAHIMNESBAT F; ROHRINGER R; HEITEFUSS R
      EFFECT OF RUST INFECTION ON CELL-WALLS OF BARLEY AND WHEAT - IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY USING ANTI-BARLEY THIONIN AS A PROBE

      Journal of phytopathology
    50. BOYD LA; SMITH PH; GREEN RM; BROWN JKM
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EXPRESSION OF DEFENSE-RELATED GENES AND MILDEW DEVELOPMENT IN BARLEY

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    51. BOYD LA; SMITH PH; BROWN JKM
      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR EXPRESSION OF QUANTITATIVE RESISTANCE IN BARLEY TO POWDERY MILDEW

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    52. BOHLMANN H
      THE ROLE OF THIONINS IN PLANT-PROTECTION

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    53. FLORACK DEA; STIEKEMA WJ
      THIONINS - PROPERTIES, POSSIBLE BIOLOGICAL ROLES AND MECHANISMS OF ACTION

      Plant molecular biology
    54. FLORACK DEA; DIRKSE WG; VISSER B; HEIDEKAMP F; STIEKEMA WJ
      EXPRESSION OF BIOLOGICALLY-ACTIVE HORDOTHIONINS IN TOBACCO - EFFECTS OF PRE-SEQUENCES AND PRO-SEQUENCES AT THE AMINO AND CARBOXYL TERMINI OF THE HORDOTHIONIN PRECURSOR ON MATURE PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND SORTING

      Plant molecular biology
    55. SCHRADERFISCHER G; APEL K
      ORGAN-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF HIGHLY DIVERGENT THIONIN VARIANTS THAT ARE DISTINCT FROM THE SEED-SPECIFIC CRAMBIN IN THE CRUCIFER CRAMBE ABYSSINICA

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    56. MORENO M; SEGURA A; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      PSEUDOTHIONIN-ST1, A POTATO PEPTIDE ACTIVE AGAINST POTATO PATHOGENS

      European journal of biochemistry
    57. BRUMMER J; THOLE H; KLOPPSTECH K
      HORDOTHIONINS INHIBIT PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS AT THE LEVEL OF INITIATION INTHE WHEAT-GERM SYSTEM

      European journal of biochemistry
    58. BOHL S; APEL K
      A NOVEL FINGERPRINT METHOD FOR ANALYZING THE EXPRESSION OF COMPLEX MULTIGENE FAMILIES OF VERY-LOW TRANSCRIPT ABUNDANCE

      Plant journal
    59. EBRAHIMNESBAT F; BOHL S; HEITEFUSS R; APEL K
      THIONIN IN CELL-WALLS AND PAPILLAE OF BARLEY IN COMPATIBLE AND INCOMPATIBLE INTERACTIONS WITH ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS F SP HORDEI

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    60. MOLINA A; GOY PA; FRAILE A; SANCHEZMONGE R; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      INHIBITION OF BACTERIAL AND FUNGAL PLANT-PATHOGENS BY THIONINS OF TYPE-I AND TYPE-II

      PLANT SCIENCE
    61. SCHRADERFISCHER G; APEL K
      CDNA-DERIVED IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL THIONIN PRECURSORS IN VISCUM-ALBUM THAT CONTAIN HIGHLY DIVERGENT THIONIN DOMAINS BUT CONSERVED SIGNAL AND ACIDIC POLYPEPTIDE DOMAINS

      Plant molecular biology
    62. CARMONA MJ; HERNANDEZLUCAS C; MARTIN CS; GONZALEZ P; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF TYPE-I THIONINS IN THE ENDOSPERMS OF WHEAT AND BARLEY

      Protoplasma
    63. FLORACK DEA; VISSER B; DEVRIES PM; VANVUURDE JWL; STIEKEMA WJ
      ANALYSIS OF THE TOXICITY OF PUROTHIONINS AND HORDOTHIONINS FOR PLANT-PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

      Netherlands journal of plant pathology


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