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  1. Oxidative stress and heat shock induce a human gene encoding a protein-tyrosine phosphatase

    Keyse, S. M. & Emslie, E. A. 1992 In : Nature. 359, 6396, p. 644-7 4 p.

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  2. The CL100 gene, which encodes a dual specificity (Tyr/Thr) MAP kinase phosphatase, is highly conserved and maps to human chromosome 5q34

    Emslie, E. A., Jones, T. A., Sheer, D. & Keyse, S. M. 1994 In : Human Genetics. 93, 5, p. 513-6 4 p.

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  3. Gadd45 is a nuclear cell cycle regulated protein which interacts with p21Cip1

    Kearsey, J. M., Coates, P. J., Prescott, A. R., Warbrick, E. & Hall, P. A. 1995 In : Oncogene. 11, 9, p. 1675-1683 9 p.

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  4. Active site residues in m-calpain: identification by site-directed mutagenesis

    Arthur, J. S. C., Gauthier, S. & Elce, J. S. 24 Jul 1995 In : FEBS Letters. 368, 3, p. 397-400 4 p.

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  5. An immunocytochemical study of the carbonic anhydrase I isoenzyme in human oral Merkel cells

    Christie, K. N., Thomson, C., Hopwood, D., Harper, A. A. & Ogden, G. R. 1996 In : Archives of Oral Biology. 41, 8-9, p. 901-904 4 p.

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  6. Mutations which block the binding of calmodulin to Spc110p cause multiple mitotic defects

    Stirling, D. A., Rayner, T. F., Prescott, A. R. & Stark, M. J. R. 1996 In : Journal of Cell Science. 109, p. 1297-1310 14 p.

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  7. Interaction of aspartic acid-104 and proline-287 with the active site of m-calpain

    Arthur, J. S. C. & Elce, J. S. 15 Oct 1996 In : Biochemical Journal. 319, (Pt2), p. 535-541 7 p.

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  8. Characterization of the AMP-activated protein kinase kinase from rat liver and identification of threonine 172 as the major site at which it phosphorylates AMP-activated protein kinase

    Hawley, S. A., Davison, M., Woods, A., Davies, S. P., Beri, R. K., Carling, D. & Hardie, D. G. 1 Nov 1996 In : Journal of Biological Chemistry. 271, 44, p. 27879-27887 9 p.

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  9. The prohibitin family of mitochondrial proteins regulate replicative lifespan

    Coates, P. J., Jamieson, D. J., Smart, K., Prescott, A. R. & Hall, P. A. 1997 In : Current Biology. 7, 8, p. 607-610 4 p.

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