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N-(9-acridinyl)maleimide

 
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2008
2008
To identify and gain a better understanding of the cadherin‐like receptor‐binding site on Bacillus thuringiensis Cry toxins, it… Expand
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2005
Highly Cited
2005
ABSTRACT We analyzed the binding site on Cry1Aa toxin for the Cry1Aa receptor in Bombyx mori, 115-kDa aminopeptidase N type 1… Expand
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2005
2005
A microchip-based method was developed for on-line determination of trace sulfur dioxide (SO(2)) in air. Gaseous SO(2), which… Expand
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2004
2004
On-chip fluorescence determination of sulfite and nitrite with N-(9-acridinyl)maleimide (NAM) and 2,3-diaminonaphthalene (DAN… Expand
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1995
1995
Recombinant horse L-apoferritin and its mutants were used to compare the reactivities of two different cysteinyl residues with 7… Expand
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1993
1993
N-(9-Acridinyl)maleimide (NAM) reacts with sulfite in wine and gives strong fluorescent derivatives that lead to highly sensitive… Expand
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1993
1993
  • K. Yamamoto
  • Biochimica et biophysica acta
  • 1993
  • Corpus ID: 10607204
A fluorescent SH reagent, N-(9-acridinyl)maleimide (NAM), was used as a fluorescent probe to detect changes in the conformation… Expand
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1991
Highly Cited
1991
Herbimycin A is an antibiotic which reverses transformation caused by various src related oncogenes. The reversion of… Expand
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1990
1990
A highly sensitive fluorometric method for determining sulfite in wine is reported. N-(9-Aciridinyl)maleimide (NAM) reacted with… Expand
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1990
1990
Herbimycin A is an antiobiotic which reverses transformation caused by src family oncogenes. It inactivates p60v-src in vitro… Expand
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