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YearTitleJournalAuthorsApplication(s)
2014A continuous-exchange cell-free protein synthesis system based on extracts from cultured insect cellsPLoS OneStech M, Quast RB, Sachse R, Schulze C, Wüstenhagen DA, Kubick SGlycobiology
2007 A multinuclear copper(I) cluster forms the dimerization interface in copper-loaded human copper chaperone for superoxide dismutaseBiochem. Stasser, J. P., et. al.
2016Reconstitution of Protein Translation of Mycobacterium Reveals Functional Conservation and Divergence with the Gram-Negative Bacterium Escherichia coli.PLoS One.Srivastava, A., Asahara, H., Zhang, M., Zhang, W., Liu, H., Cui, S., Jin, Q. and Chong, S.
2010Organelle-targetable fluorescent probes for imaging hydrogen peroxide in living cells via SNAP-tag protein labeling  J. Am. Chem. Soc. Srikun, D. et al.
2005Novel carboxylated N-glycans contain oligosaccharide-linked glutamic acidBiochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. Srikrishna, G., Brive, L., Freeze, H.H.
2015Islet Endothelial Cells Induce Glycosylation and Increase Cell-surface Expression of Integrin β1 in β CellsJ Biol ChemSpelios MG., Olsen JA., Kenna LA., Akirav EM.
2002Inteins in microbial genomes: distribution, mechanism and function.Scientific World Journal 2Southworth, M.W.and Perler, F.B.
2002Protein Splicing of the Deinococcus radiodurans Strain R1 Snf2 Intein.J.Bacteriol.Southworth, M.W.and Perler, F.B.
2004Rescue of protein splicing activity from a Magnetospirillum magnetotacticum intein-like element.Biochem.Soc.Trans.Southworth, M.W., Yin, J.and Perler, F.B.
1996Cloning of thermostable DNA polymerases from hyperthermophilic marine Archaea with emphasis on Thermococcus sp.9 degrees N-7 and mutations affecting 3'-5' exonuclease activity.Proc Natl Acad Sci Southworth, M.W., Kong, H., Kucera, R.B., Ware, J., Jannasch, H.W., and Perler, F.B.