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I04.UNW Luke,C.J., Pak,S.C., Askew,D.J., Askew,Y.S., Smith,J.E. & Silverman,G.A. Selective conservation of the rsl-encoding, proteinase inhibitory-type, clade l serpins in Caenorhabditis species Front Biosci (2006) 11, 581-594. 2006 PubMed DOI
I04.UNW Danielli,A., Barillas-Mury,C., Kumar,S., Kafatos,F.C. & Loukeris,T.G. Overexpression and altered nucleocytoplasmic distribution of Anopheles ovalbumin-like SRPN10 serpins in Plasmodium-infected midgut cells Cell Microbiol (2005) 7, 181-190. 2005 PubMed DOI Recombinant Expression
I04.UNW Askew,D.J., Askew,Y.S., Kato,Y., Luke,C.J., Pak,S.C., Bromme,D. & Silverman,G.A. The amplified mouse squamous cell carcinoma antigen gene locus contains a serpin (Serpinb3b) that inhibits both papain-like cysteine and trypsin-like serine proteinases Genomics (2004) 84, 166-175. 2004 PubMed DOI Suggested therapeutcal potential
I04.UNW Forsyth,S., Horvath,A. & Coughlin,P. A review and comparison of the murine alpha1-antitrypsin and alpha1-antichymotrypsin multigene clusters with the human clade A serpins Genomics (2003) 81, 336-345. 2003 PubMed DOI Review
I04.UNW Stanley,P. & Stein,P.E. BmSPN2, a serpin secreted by the filarial nematode Brugia malayi, does not inhibit human neutrophil proteinases but plays a noninhibitory role Biochemistry (2003) 42, 6241-6248. 2003 PubMed DOI Suggested therapeutcal potential
I04.UNW Kruger,O., Ladewig,J., Koster,K. & Ragg,H. Widespread occurrence of serpin genes with multiple reactive centre-containing exon cassettes in insects and nematodes Gene (2002) 293, 97-105. 2002 PubMed DOI
I04.UNW Zang,X., Yazdanbakhsh,M., Jiang,H., Kanost,M.R. & Maizels,R.M. A novel serpin expressed by blood-borne microfilariae of the parasitic nematode Brugia malayi inhibits human neutrophil serine proteinases Blood (1999) 94, 1418-1428. 1999 PubMed Suggested therapeutcal potential
I04.UNW Scott,F.L., Eyre,H.J., Lioumi,M., Ragoussis,J., Irving,J.A., Sutherland,G.A. & Bird,P.I. Human ovalbumin serpin evolution: phylogenic analysis, gene organization, and identification of new PI8-related genes suggest that two interchromosomal and several intrachromosomal duplications generated the gene clusters at 18q21-q23 and 6p25 Genomics (1999) 62, 490-499. 1999 PubMed DOI
I04.UNW Sun,J., Ooms,L., Bird,C.H., Sutton,V.R., Trapani,J.A. & Bird,P.I. A new family of 10 murine ovalbumin serpins includes two homologs of proteinase inhibitor 8 and two homologs of the granzyme B inhibitor (proteinase inhibitor 9) J Biol Chem (1997) 272, 15434-15441. 1997 PubMed DOI
I04.UNW Modha,J., Roberts,M.C. & Kusel,J.R. Schistosomes and serpins: a complex business Parasitol Today (1996) 12, 119-121. 1996 PubMed Review
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