Bonny S F Choy

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The first known human enolase deficiency was reported in 2001 [Comi GP, Fortunato F, Lucchiari S, Bordoni A, Prelle A, Jann S, Keller A, Ciscato P, Galbiati S, Chiveri L et al. (2001) Ann Neurol50, 202-207]. The subject had inherited two mutated genes for beta-enolase. These mutations changed glycine 156 to aspartate and glycine 374 to glutamate. In order(More)
First generation chemokine ligand-Shiga A1 (SA1) fusion proteins (leukocyte population modulators, LPMs) were previously only obtained in small quantities due to the ribosomal inactivating protein properties of the SA1 moiety which inhibits protein synthesis in host cells. We therefore employed 4-aminopyrazolo[3,4-d]-pyrimidine, an inhibitor of Shiga A1, to(More)
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