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28-Sep-2001Sequencing and two-dimensional structure prediction of a phospholipase a<inf>2</inf> inhibitor from the serum of the common tiger snake (notechis scutatus)Hains, PG; Nield, B; Sekuloski, S; Dunn, R; Broady, K
1-Mar-2009A unique thioredoxin of the parasitic nematode Haemonchus contortus with glutaredoxin activitySotirchos, IM; Hudson, AL; Ellis, J; Davey, MW
18-May-2009SPT5-like, a new component in plant RdDMWang, MB; Dennis, ES
23-Apr-2004Cathepsin L1, the major protease involved in liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica) virulence: Propeptide cleavage sites and autoactivation of the zymogen secreted from gastrodermal cellsCollins, PR; Stack, CM; O'Neill, SM; Doyle, S; Ryan, T; Brennan, GP; Mousley, A; Stewart, M; Maule, AG; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, S
9-Jul-2013Tyrosine Y189 in the Substrate Domain of the Adhesion Docking Protein NEDD9 Is Conserved with p130Cas Y253 and Regulates NEDD9-Mediated Migration and Focal Adhesion DynamicsBaquiran, JB; Bradbury, P; O'Neill, GM
21-Dec-2011The Plasmodium falciparum Malaria M1 alanyl aminopeptidase (PfA-M1): Insights of catalytic mechanism and function from MD simulationsJones, PM; Robinson, MW; Dalton, JP; George, AM
24-Jul-2009Germline and somatic cancer-associated mutations in the ATP-binding motifs of PTEN influence its subcellular localization and tumor suppressive functionLobo, GP; Waite, KA; Planchon, SM; Romigh, T; Nassif, NT; Eng, C
6-Jun-2014Cilium Adhesin P216 (MHJ-0493) is a target of ectodomain shedding and aminopeptidase activity on the surface of mycoplasma hyopneumoniaeTacchi, JL; Raymond, BBA; Jarocki, VM; Berry, IJ; Padula, MP; Djordjevic, SP
1-Aug-2010The VQ motif protein IKU1 regulates endosperm growth and seed size in ArabidopsisWang, A; Garcia, D; Zhang, H; Feng, K; Chaudhury, A; Berger, F; Peacock, WJ; Dennis, ES; Luo, M
2-Mar-2012Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae surface proteins Mhp385 and Mhp384 bind host cilia and glycosaminoglycans and are endoproteolytically processed by proteases that recognize different cleavage motifsDeutscher, AT; Tacchi, JL; Minion, FC; Padula, MP; Crossett, B; Bogema, DR; Jenkins, C; Kuit, TA; Walker, MJ; Djordjevic, SP
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