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Cloning of a Unique Lipase from Endothelial Cells Extends the Lipase Gene Family*
Its tissue-restricted pattern of expression and its ability to be expressed by endothelial cells, suggests that endothelial cell-derived lipase may have unique functions in lipoprotein metabolism and in vascular disease.
Two soluble forms of glutamate dehydrogenase isoproteins from bovine brain.
Results indicate that GDH I and GDH II, isolated from bovine brain, are novel and distinct polypeptides.
A peptide with unique receptor specificity: stimulation of phosphoinositide hydrolysis and induction of superoxide generation in human neutrophils.
The data suggest that WKYMVm-NH2 may have the ability to activate the microbicidal functions of human neutrophils and is more effective than FMLP in the production of superoxide in human neutrophic cells.
Molecular analysis of the GJB2, GJB6 and SLC26A4 genes in Korean deafness patients.
Stimulation of protein synthesis in COS cells transfected with variants of the alpha-subunit of initiation factor eIF-2.
Oxidative modification of human ceruloplasmin by peroxyl radicals.
Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases and their inhibitors as a novel family of antibiotics
- S. Kim, S. W. Lee, E. Choi, S. Choi
- Biology, ChemistryApplied Microbiology and Biotechnology
- 1 March 2003
In this review, the current status in the development of ARS inhibitors will be briefly summarized, based on their chemical structures and working mechanisms.
Properties of aspartate racemase, a pyridoxal 5'-phosphate-independent amino acid racemase.
Photoaffinity labeling of retinoic acid-binding proteins.
- P. Bernstein, S. Choi, Y. Ho, R. Rando
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 31 January 1995
Retinoid-binding proteins are essential mediators of vitamin A function in vertebrate organisms. They solubilize and stabilize retinoids, and they direct the intercellular and intracellular…
Expression of the CIP1 gene induced under cadmium stress in Candida sp.
The molecular characterization of the CIP1 gene, which was shown to be rapidly induced after cadmium treatment, revealed that it encodes a 32 kDa hydrophobic protein that contains a putative transmembrane domain.