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... Results We have investigated how well the  protein 
Microarray analysis of orthologous genes: conservation of the translational machinery across species at the sequence and expression level
Microarray analysis of orthologous genes: conservation of the translational machinery across species at the sequence and expression level
Jiménez, Jose L; Mitchell, Michael P; Sgouros, John G
subcellular localization and functional ...
... the interaction of thrombin and activated  protein 
Relationship Between the Inflammation and Coagulation Pathways in Patients with Severe Sepsis
Relationship Between the Inflammation and Coagulation Pathways in Patients with Severe Sepsis
Morris, Peter E.; Duncan Hite, R.; Ohl, Christopher
C. ...
... to an ABC transporter gene (ATP-binding  protein 
Identification of attenuation and antitermination regulation in prokaryotes
Identification of attenuation and antitermination regulation in prokaryotes
Lathe, Warren C, III; Suyama, Mikita; Bork, Peer
involved in copper transport). ...
... and developmental processes via Ca2+-binding  proteins 
Analysis of EF-hand-containing proteins in Arabidopsis
Analysis of EF-hand-containing proteins in Arabidopsis
Day, Irene S; Reddy, Vaka S; Shad Ali, Gul; Reddy, ASN
. ...
... Background Phosphorylation by  protein 
The repertoire of protein kinases encoded in the draft version of the human genome: atypical variations and uncommon domain combinations
The repertoire of protein kinases encoded in the draft version of the human genome: atypical variations and uncommon domain combinations
Krupa, A; Srinivasan, N
kinases is central to cellular signal ...
... an ubiquitous expression of the Agouti  protein 
Antidiabetic activity1
Antidiabetic activity1
Vogel, H. Gerhard; Vogel, Wolfgang H.; Schölkens, Bernward A.; Sandow, Jürgen; Müller, Günter; Vogel, Wolfgang F.
which represents an antagonist of the ...
... one or more ubiquitin molecules to eukaryotic  proteins 
Immunoblotting Methods for the Study of Protein Ubiquitination
Immunoblotting Methods for the Study of Protein Ubiquitination
Mimnaugh, Edward G.; Neckers, Leonard M.
is known as ubiquitination (2–6). ...
... Background Transgenic  proteins 
Screening of transgenic proteins expressed in transgenic food crops for the presence of short amino acid sequences identical to potential, IgE – binding linear epitopes of allergens
Screening of transgenic proteins expressed in transgenic food crops for the presence of short amino acid sequences identical to potential, IgE – binding linear epitopes of allergens
Kleter, Gijs A; Peijnenburg, Ad ACM
expressed by genetically modified food crops ...
... Electrophoretically separated  proteins 
Background-Free Protein Detection in Polyacrylamide Gels and on Electroblots Using Transition Metal Chelate Stains
Background-Free Protein Detection in Polyacrylamide Gels and on Electroblots Using Transition Metal Chelate Stains
Patton, Wayne F.
may be visualized using organic dyes such as ...
... that can be used to purify and characterize  proteins 
Hemoproteins Purification and Characterization by Using Aqueous Two-Phase Systems
Hemoproteins Purification and Characterization by Using Aqueous Two-Phase Systems
Forciniti, Daniel
, but one especially caught my attention ...
... of the large NF1 gene. NF1 tumor suppressor  protein 
Functional expression of NF1 tumor suppressor protein: association with keratin intermediate filaments during the early development of human epidermis
Functional expression of NF1 tumor suppressor protein: association with keratin intermediate filaments during the early development of human epidermis
Malminen, Maria; Peltonen, Sirkku; Koivunen, Jussi; Peltonen, Juha
, neurofibromin, has been shown to regulate ...
... best documented are the ceramide-activated  protein 
Identification of genes involved in ceramide-dependent neuronal apoptosis using cDNA arrays
Identification of genes involved in ceramide-dependent neuronal apoptosis using cDNA arrays
Decraene, Charles; Brugg, Bernard; Ruberg, Merle; Eveno, Eric; Matingou, Christiane; Tahi, Fariza; Mariani, Jean; Auffray, Charles; Pietu, Geneviève
phosphatases (CAPP) and the ...
... machinery, and cell cycle regulatory  proteins 
Gene expression profile of HIV-1 Tat expressing cells: a close interplay between proliferative and differentiation signals
Gene expression profile of HIV-1 Tat expressing cells: a close interplay between proliferative and differentiation signals
de la Fuente, Cynthia; Santiago, Francisco; Deng, Longwen; Eadie, Carolyne; Zilberman, Irene; Kehn, Kylene; Maddukuri, Anil; Baylor, Shanese; Wu, Kaili; Lee, Chee Gun; Pumfery, Anne; Kashanchi, Fatah
. ...
... cerevisiae mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). Pif1  protein 
Recombinant Yeast mtDNA Helicases Purification and Functional Assays
Recombinant Yeast mtDNA Helicases Purification and Functional Assays
Kuusk, Silja; Sedman, Tiina; Sedman, Juhan
is a 5′->3′ DNA helicase that affects the ...
... results in an immediate increase in  protein 
The regulation of protein synthesis and translation factors by CD3 and CD28 in human primary T lymphocytes
The regulation of protein synthesis and translation factors by CD3 and CD28 in human primary T lymphocytes
Kleijn, Miranda; Proud, Christopher G
synthesis. ...
... Results Although the number of predicted  protein 
Annotation of the Drosophila melanogastereuchromatic genome: a systematic review
Annotation of the Drosophila melanogastereuchromatic genome: a systematic review
Misra, Sima; Crosby, Madeline A; Mungall, Christopher J; Matthews, Beverley B; Campbell, Kathryn S; Hradecky, Pavel; Huang, Yanmei; Kaminker, Joshua S; Millburn, Gillian H; Prochnik, Simon E; Smith, Christopher D; Tupy, Jonathan L; Whitfield, Eleanor J; Bayraktaroglu, Leyla; Berman, Benjamin P; Bettencourt, Brian R; Celniker, Susan E; de Grey, Aubrey DNJ; Drysdale, Rachel A; Harris, Nomi L; Richter, John; Russo, Susan; Schroeder, Andrew J; Shu, ShengQiang; Stapleton, Mark; Yamada, Chihiro; Ashburner, Michael; Gelbart, William M; Rubin, Gerald M; Lewis, Suzanna E
-coding genes in Drosophila remains ...
... common among integral and peripheral membrane  proteins 
Analysis of S-Acylation of Proteins
Analysis of S-Acylation of Proteins
Veit, Michael; Ponimaskin, Evgeni; Schmidt, Michael F. G.
. ...
... ion channels is to identify CFTR-associated  proteins 
Biochemical Assays for Studying Indirect Interactions Between CFTR and the Cytoskeleton
Biochemical Assays for Studying Indirect Interactions Between CFTR and the Cytoskeleton
Mohler, Peter J.; Kultgen, Patricia L.; Stutts, M. Jackson; Milgram, Sharon L.
at the apical membrane of airway epithelia. ...
... the following five categories: 1. Studies on  protein 
Liposomes
Liposomes
Ghosh, Sujoy; Bell, Robert
-lipid interactions. 2. Studies on the ...
... of the RING domains defines groups of  proteins 
Evaluation and classification of RING-finger domains encoded by the Arabidopsis genome
Evaluation and classification of RING-finger domains encoded by the Arabidopsis genome
Kosarev, Peter; Mayer, Klaus FX; Hardtke, Christian S
, which frequently show significant ...
... reaction of saccharide derivatives with  proteins 
Methods for Studying the Binding of Advanced Glycated Proteins to Receptors for Advanced Glycation Endproducts (AGE Receptors)
Methods for Studying the Binding of Advanced Glycated Proteins to Receptors for Advanced Glycation Endproducts (AGE Receptors)
Thornalley, Paul J.
, nucleotides, and phospholipids. ...
... emerged as a very useful tool for examining  protein 
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy of Calcium-Binding Proteins
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy of Calcium-Binding Proteins
Fabian, Heinz; Vogel, Hans J.
conformation as a result of the increase in ...
... Although most prokaryotic  proteins 
Enzymatic Digestion of Proteins in Solution and in SDS Polyacrylamide Gels
Enzymatic Digestion of Proteins in Solution and in SDS Polyacrylamide Gels
Stone, Kathryn L.; Williams, Kenneth R.
have free NH2-termini and therefore can be ...
... a beam of neutrons or X-rays encounters a  protein 
Small-Angle Solution Scattering Reveals Information on Conformational Dynamics in Calcium-Binding Proteins and in their Interactions with Regulatory Targets
Small-Angle Solution Scattering Reveals Information on Conformational Dynamics in Calcium-Binding Proteins and in their Interactions with Regulatory Targets
Trewhella, Jill; Krueger, Joanna K.
in solution, a small portion of the beam will ...
... biological structures: the colloidal calcium-  protein 
The Caseins of Milk as Calcium-Binding Proteins
The Caseins of Milk as Calcium-Binding Proteins
Farrell, Harold M., Jr.; Kumosinski, Thomas F.; Malin, Edyth L.; Brown, Eleanor M.
complexes (the casein micelles), the milk-fat ...