Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1083-351X

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  1. Glypican-1 is a vehicle for polyamine uptake in mammalian cells. A pivotal role for nitrosothiol-derived nitric oxide.

    Mattias Belting, Katrin Mani, Mats Jönsson, Fang Cheng, Staffan Sandgren, Susanne Jonsson, Kan Ding, Jean-Guy Delcros & Lars-Åke Fransson, 2003, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278, 47, s. 47181-47189

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  2. Goodpasture disease. Characterization of a single conformational epitope as the target of pathogenic autoantibodies

    Thomas Hellmark, H Burkhardt & Jörgen Wieslander, 1999, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 274, 36, s. 25862-25868

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  3. G Protein-coupled Receptor 30 (GPR30) Forms a Plasma Membrane Complex With Membrane-associated Guanylate Kinases (MAGUKs) and AKAP5 That Constitutively Inhibits cAMP Production.

    Stefan Broselid, Kelly A Berg, Teresa A Chavera, Robin Kahn, William P Clarke, Björn Olde & Fredrik Leeb-Lundberg, 2014, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 289, 32, s. 22117-22127

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  4. G protein-coupled receptor kinase 2-mediated phosphorylation of downstream regulatory element antagonist modulator regulates membrane trafficking of Kv4.2 potassium channel

    Ana Ruiz-Gomez, Britt Mellström, Daniel Tornero, Esperanza Morato, Magali Savignac, Helena Holguín, Koldo Aurrekoetxea, Paz González, Carmen González-García, Valentín Ceña, Federico Mayor & Jose R Naranjo, 2007 jan 12, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 282, 2, s. 1205-15 11 s.

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  5. Group G streptococcal IgG binding molecules FOG and protein G have different impacts on opsonization by C1q

    D. Patric Nitsche-Schmitz, Helena Linge, Inka Sastalla, Silvana Reissmann, Inga-Maria Frick & Gursharan S. Chhatwal, 2007, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 282, 24, s. 17530-17536

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  6. Growth hormone stimulates the tyrosine phosphorylation of the insulin receptor substrate-1 and its association with phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase in primary adipocytes

    Martin Ridderstrale, Eva Degerman & Hans Törnqvist, 1995, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 270, 8, s. 3471-3474

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  7. HAMLET interacts with histones and chromatin in tumor cell nuclei.

    Caroline Düringer, Ali Hamiche, Lotta Gustafsson, Hiroshi Kimura & Catharina Svanborg, 2003, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278, 43, s. 42131-42135

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  8. Heavy chains of inter alpha inhibitor (IαI) inhibit the human complement system at early stages of the cascade .

    Marcin Okroj, Emelie Holmquist, Jonatan Sjölander, Leticia Corrales, Tore Saxne, Hans-Georg Wisniewski & Anna Blom, 2012, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 287, 24, s. 20100-20110

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  9. Heparan sulfate 3-O-sulfotransferase isoform 5 generates both an antithrombin-binding site and an entry receptor for herpes simplex virus, type 1

    Guoqing Xia, JH Chen, V Tiwari, WJ Ju, JP Li, Anders Malmström, D Shukla & J Liu, 2002, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277, 40, s. 37912-37919

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  10. Heparan sulfate degradation products can associate with oxidized proteins and proteasomes.

    Katrin Mani, Fang Cheng & Lars-Åke Fransson, 2007, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 282, 30, s. 21934-21944

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  11. Heparan sulfate synthesized by mouse embryonic stem cells deficient in NDST1 and NDST2 is 6-O-sulfated but contains no N-sulfate groups

    Katarina Holmborn, Johan Ledin, Emanuel Smeds, Inger Eriksson, Marion Kusche-Gullberg & Lena Kjellén, 2004, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 279, 41, s. 42355-8

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  12. Heterogeneity of Collagen VI Microfibrils: Structural Analysis of Non-collagenous Regions.

    Tobias Maaß, Christopher P Bayley, Matthias Mörgelin, Sandra Lettmann, Paolo Bonaldo, Mats Paulsson, Clair Baldock & Raimund Wagener, 2016, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 291, 10, s. 5247-5258

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  13. Heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein C proteins interact with the human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV16) early 3'-untranslated region and alleviate suppression of HPV16 late L1 mRNA splicing.

    Soniya Dhanjal, Naoko Kajitani, Jacob Glahder, Anki Mossberg, Cecilia Johansson & Stefan Schwartz, 2015, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 290, 21, s. 13354-13371

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  14. Homologous sequence in lumican and fibromodulin LRR 5-7 competes for collagen binding.

    Sebastian Kalamajski & Åke Oldberg, 2009, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 284, 1, s. 534-539

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  15. Hormone-sensitive lipase is a cholesterol esterase of the intestinal mucosa

    J Grober, S Lucas, Maria Sörhede Winzell, I Zaghini, A Mairal, Juan Antonio Contreras, P Besnard, Cecilia Holm & D Langin, 2003, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278, 8, s. 6510-6515

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  16. Hormone-sensitive lipase null mice exhibit signs of impaired insulin sensitivity whereas insulin secretion is intact.

    Hindrik Mulder, Maria Sorhede-Winzell, Juan Antonio Contreras, Malin Fex, Kristoffer Strom, Thorkil Ploug, Henrik Galbo, Peter Arner, Cecilia Lundberg, Frank Sundler, Bo Ahrén & Cecilia Holm, 2003, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278, 38, s. 36380-36388

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  17. How an epidermal growth factor (EGF)-like domain binds calcium. High resolution NMR structure of the calcium form of the NH2-terminal EGF-like domain in coagulation factor X

    Maria Selander-Sunnerhagen, Magnus Ullner, Egon Persson, Olle Teleman, Johan Stenflo & Torbjörn Drakenberg, 1992, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 267, 27, s. 19642-19649

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  18. How O-2 binds to heme - Reasons for rapid binding and spin inversion

    Kasper Jensen & Ulf Ryde, 2004, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 279, 15, s. 14561-14569

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  19. Human C4b-binding protein, structural basis for interaction with streptococcal M protein, a major bacterial virulence factor

    HT Jenkins, Linda Mark, G Ball, Jenny Persson, Gunnar Lindahl, D Uhrin, Anna Blom & PN Barlow, 2006, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281, 6, s. 3690-3697

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  20. Human cystatin D: cDNA cloning, characterization of the E. coli expressed inhibitor, and identification of the native protein in saliva

    José P Freije, Milagros Balbin, Magnus Abrahamson, Gloria Velasco, Henrik Dalboge, Anders Grubb & Carlos Lopez-Otin, 1993, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 268, 21, s. 15737-15744

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  21. Human microsomal prostaglandin E synthase-1: purification, functional characterization, and projection structure determination.

    S Thoren, R Weinander, S Saha, C Jegerschold, P L Pettersson, B Samuelsson, Hans Hebert, M Hamberg, R Morgenstern & P J Jakobsson, 2003, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278, 25, s. 22199-209

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  22. Human Siglec-5 Inhibitory Receptor and Immunoglobulin A (IgA) Have Separate Binding Sites in Streptococcal {beta} Protein.

    Therése Nordström, Elin Movert, Anders Olin, Syed R Ali, Victor Nizet, Ajit Varki & Thomas Areschoug, 2011, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286, 39, s. 33981-33991

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  23. Human tissue kallikrein 5 is a member of a proteolytic cascade pathway involved in seminal clot liquefaction and potentially in prostate cancer progression

    IP Michael, G Pampalakis, SD Mikolajczyk, Johan Malm, G Sotiropoulou & EP Diamandis, 2006, I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281, 18, s. 12743-12750

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