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Collier, R. John. Sudoc [ABES], France NII (Japan) Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands ISNI

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Anthrax delivers a lethal blow to host immunity. Wikidata
Anthrax lethal toxin induces cell death-independent permeability in zebrafish vasculature Wikidata
Anthrax toxin receptor 2-dependent lethal toxin killing in vivo Wikidata
Antibiotic-based selection for bacterial genes that are specifically induced during infection of a host Wikidata
Antibody-directed cytotoxic agents: use of monoclonal antibody to direct the action of toxin A chains to colorectal carcinoma cells Wikidata
Antiinflammatory cAMP signaling and cell migration genes co-opted by the anthrax bacillus Wikidata
Binding of transfer factor II to ribosomal RNA and inhibition of the binding by guanosine nucleotides. Wikidata
Circular dichroism of diphtheria toxin, Pseudomonas aeruginosa exotoxin A, and various derivatives. Wikidata
Crystal structure of the von Willebrand factor A domain of human capillary morphogenesis protein 2: an anthrax toxin receptor Wikidata
Cys-Cys cross-linking shows contact between the N-terminus of lethal factor and Phe427 of the anthrax toxin pore Wikidata
Designing a polyvalent inhibitor of anthrax toxin. Wikidata
Differences in the immunogenicity of native and formalinized cross reacting material (CRM197) of diphtheria toxin in mice and guinea pigs and their implications on the development and control of diphtheria vaccine based on CRMs. Wikidata
DNA fragmentation and cytolysis in U937 cells treated with diphtheria toxin or other inhibitors of protein synthesis. Wikidata
A dually active anthrax vaccine that confers protection against both bacilli and toxins. Wikidata
Effects of dynamin inactivation on pathways of anthrax toxin uptake. Wikidata
Evidence for a proton-protein symport mechanism in the anthrax toxin channel. Wikidata
Exchange characteristics of calcium ions bound to anthrax protective antigen. Wikidata
Fluorescence resonance energy transfer studies on anthrax lethal toxin. Wikidata
Functions of phenylalanine residues within the beta-barrel stem of the anthrax toxin pore. Wikidata
Fused polycationic peptide mediates delivery of diphtheria toxin A chain to the cytosol in the presence of anthrax protective antigen. Wikidata
GroEL as a molecular scaffold for structural analysis of the anthrax toxin pore. Wikidata
A hybrid toxin containing fragment A from diphtheria toxin linked to the B protomer of cholera toxin. Wikidata
Identification of novel host-targeted compounds that protect from anthrax lethal toxin-induced cell death. Wikidata
Identification of residues lining the anthrax protective antigen channel. Wikidata
Imaging the cell entry of the anthrax oedema and lethal toxins with fluorescent protein chimeras. Wikidata
Interaction of the 20 kDa and 63 kDa fragments of anthrax protective antigen: kinetics and thermodynamics. Wikidata
Interaction of transferase II with the 60 s ribosomal subunit. Wikidata
Interactions of anthrax lethal factor with protective antigen defined by site-directed spin labeling Wikidata
The lethal and edema factors of anthrax toxin bind only to oligomeric forms of the protective antigen Wikidata
Mapping dominant-negative mutations of anthrax protective antigen by scanning mutagenesis. Wikidata
The mechanism of ADP-ribosylation of elongation factor 2 catalyzed by fragment A from diphtheria toxin. Wikidata
Membrane-mediated cytotoxicity : proceedings of a Cetus-UCLA Symposium held in Park City, Utah, March 9-16, 1986 Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands
Microwave measurements Sudoc [ABES], France
Monitoring the kinetics of the pH-driven transition of the anthrax toxin prepore to the pore by biolayer interferometry and surface plasmon resonance. Wikidata
Mutant anthrax toxin B moiety (protective antigen) inhibits angiogenesis and tumor growth. Wikidata
Nutrients in dairy and their implications on health and disease Sudoc [ABES], France
PA63 channel of anthrax toxin: an extended beta-barrel. Wikidata
pH-dependent insertion of proteins into membranes: B-chain mutation of diphtheria toxin that inhibits membrane translocation, Glu-349----Lys Wikidata
pH-dependent perforation of macrophage phagosomes by listeriolysin O from Listeria monocytogenes. Wikidata
A phenylalanine clamp catalyzes protein translocation through the anthrax toxin pore. Wikidata
Photoaffinity labeling of active site residues in ADP-ribosylating toxins. Wikidata
Photoaffinity labeling of diphtheria toxin fragment A with NAD: structure of the photoproduct at position 148. Wikidata
Probing the structure of the diphtheria toxin channel. Reactivity in planar lipid bilayer membranes of cysteine-substituted mutant channels with methanethiosulfonate derivatives Wikidata
Reaction of diphtheria toxin channels with sulfhydryl-specific reagents: observation of chemical reactions at the single molecule level. Wikidata
Receptor-directed chimeric toxins created by sortase-mediated protein fusion. Wikidata
Receptor-specific requirements for anthrax toxin delivery into cells Wikidata
Reversible refolding of the diphtheria toxin T-domain on lipid membranes. Wikidata
Reversion of recombinant toxoids: mutations in diphtheria toxin that partially compensate for active-site deletions Wikidata
Role of CypA and Hsp90 in membrane translocation mediated by anthrax protective antigen. Wikidata
Role of glutamic acid 988 of human poly-ADP-ribose polymerase in polymer formation. Evidence for active site similarities to the ADP-ribosylating toxins. Wikidata
Solubilization and characterization of the anthrax toxin pore in detergent micelles Wikidata
A soluble receptor decoy protects rats against anthrax lethal toxin challenge. Wikidata
Stoichiometry of anthrax toxin complexes. Wikidata
The structural basis for substrate and inhibitor selectivity of the anthrax lethal factor Wikidata
Structure of heptameric protective antigen bound to an anthrax toxin receptor: a role for receptor in pH-dependent pore formation Wikidata
Targeting HER2-positive cancer cells with receptor-redirected anthrax protective antigen. Wikidata
Three dimensional structure of the anthrax toxin translocon-lethal factor complex by cryo-electron microscopy. Wikidata
Topography of diphtheria Toxin's T domain in the open channel state. Wikidata
Translocation of the catalytic domain of diphtheria toxin across planar phospholipid bilayers by its own T domain Wikidata
Ultrasensitive detection of protein translocated through toxin pores in droplet-interface bilayers Wikidata
Understanding the mode of action of diphtheria toxin: a perspective on progress during the 20th century. Wikidata
Whole-cell voltage clamp measurements of anthrax toxin pore current. Wikidata

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