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Publikationer (hämtat ur Lunds universitets publikationsdatabas)
- Activated Protein C-Protein C Inhibitor Complex, Activation Peptide of Carboxypeptidase B and C-Reactive Protein as Predictors of Severe Acute Pancreatitis.
- Explorative investigation of biomarkers of brain damage and coagulation system activation in clinical stroke differentiation
- The plasma concentration of activated protein C appears normal in patients with haemophilia
- An immunochemical method for quantitative determination of latent antithrombin, the reactive center loop-inserted uncleaved form of antithrombin.
- Structure of native protein C inhibitor provides insight into its multiple functions
- The APC-PCI complex concentration predicts outcome of aortic surgery.
- Venomous auger snail Hastula (Impages) hectica (Linnaeus, 1758): Molecular phylogeny, foregut anatomy and comparative toxinology
- A Single gamma-Carboxyglutamic Acid Residue in a Novel Cysteine-Rich Secretory Protein without Propeptide(,).
- Activated protein C-protein C inhibitor complex: a new biological marker for aortic aneurysms.
- Binding of calcium to anticoagulant protein S: role of the fourth EGF module.
- Early identification of acute myocardial infarction by activated protein C-protein C inhibitor complex.
- From gamma-carboxy-glutamate to protein C.
- Novel gamma-carboxyglutamic acid-containing peptides from the venom of Conus textile
- The cleaved and latent forms of antithrombin are normal constituents of blood plasma: a quantitative method to measure cleaved antithrombin.
- The complex between activated protein C and protein C inhibitor: A clinically useful indicator of aortic aneurysms?
- APC-PCI complex concentration is higher in patients with previous venous thromboembolism with Factor V Leiden.
- Post-translational modifications in proteins involved in blood coagulation.
- Precursors of Novel Gla-Containing Conotoxins Contain a Carboxy-Terminal Recognition Site That Directs gamma-Carboxylation(,).
- Solution Structure of the Ca(2+)-Binding EGF3-4 Pair from Vitamin K-Dependent Protein S: Identification of an Unusual Fold in EGF3(,).
- Isolation and characterization of three novel Gla-containing Conus marmoreus venom peptides, one with a novel cysteine pattern.
- N-terminal domain linkage modulates the folding properties of protein S epidermal growth factor-like modules
- No effect of the prothrombin G20210A mutation on protein C activation in a large kindred with type I protein C deficiency.
- The first Gla-containing contryphan: A selective L-type calcium ion channel blocker isolated from the venom of conus marmoreus.
- The first gamma-carboxyglutamic acid-containing contryphan - A selective L-type calcium ion channel blocker isolated from the venom of conus marmoreus
- The metal-free and calcium-bound structures of a gamma-carboxyglutamic acid-containing contryphan from Conus marmoreus, glacontryphan-M
- Total chemical synthesis and NMR characterization of the glycopeptide tx5a, a heavily post-translationally modified conotoxin, reveals that the glycan structure is alpha-D-Gal-(1 -> 3)-alpha-D-GalNAc
- Crystal structure of protein C inhibitor provides insights into hormone binding and heparin activation
- Functional analysis of the EGF-like domain mutations Pro55Ser and Pro55Leu, which cause mild hemophilia B.
- Probing plasma clearance of the thrombin-antithrombin complex with a monoclonal antibody against the putative serpin-enzyme complex receptor-binding site.
- Stabilyte (TM) tubes that contain strongly acidic citrate prevent in vitro complex formation between activated protein C and protein C inhibitor
- Detection of vitamin K-dependent proteins in venoms with a monoclonal antibody specific for gamma-carboxyglutamic acid.
- Expression and characterization of recombinant vitamin K-dependent gamma-glutamyl carboxylase from an invertebrate, Conus textile.
- Interaction of bovine coagulation factor X and its glutamic-acid-containing fragments with phospholipid membranes. A surface plasmon resonance study.
- Localization of phosphatidylserine binding sites to structural domains of factor X-a
- Post-translational processing of Drosophila nucleoside diphosphate kinase.
- The N-terminal EGF domain of coagulation factor IX: Probing its functions in the activation of factor IX and factor X with a monoclonal antibody.
- A functional prothrombin gene product is synthesized by human kidney cells
- A new method to measure plasma levels of activated protein C in complex with protein C inhibitor in patients with acute coronary syndromes
- A sensitive immunochemical assay for measuring the concentration of the activated protein C-protein C inhibitor complex in plasma: use of a catcher antibody specific for the complexed/cleaved form of the inhibitor
- An anti-EGF monoclonal antibody that detects intramolecular communication in factor IX
- Complexes between activated protein C and protein C inhibitor measured with a new method: comparison of performance with other markers of hypercoagulability in the diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis
- Synthesis of gamma-carboxylated polypeptides by alpha-cells of the pancreatic islets
- Baculovirus-mediated expression of the epidermal growth factor-like modules of human factor IX fused to the factor XIIIa transamidation site in fibronectin. Evidence for a direct interaction between the NH2-terminal epidermal growth factor-like module of factor IXa beta and factor X
- The gamma-carboxyglutamic acid and epidermal growth factor-like modules of factor IXa beta. Effects on the serine protease module and factor X activation
- Epidermal growth factor-like domains in the vitamin K-dependent clotting factors. Some structure-function relationships
- Structural requirements for Ca2+ binding to the gamma-carboxyglutamic acid and epidermal growth factor-like regions of factor IX. Studies using intact domains isolated from controlled proteolytic digests of bovine factor IX
- The epidermal growth factor-like domains of factor IX. Effect on blood clotting and endothelial cell binding of a fragment containing the epidermal growth factor-like domains linked to the gamma-carboxyglutamic acid region