Scientific publications [Author: J. Pablo Albar]:
Last publication: Jenna Kenyani, J. Alberto Medina-Aunon, Salvador Martinez-Bartolome, Juan-Pablo Albar, Jonathan M Wastling and Andrew R Jones. A DIGE study on the effects of salbutamol on the rat muscle proteome - an exemplar of best practice for data sharing in proteomics. BMC Research Notes 2011, 4:86.
1. Yakimov, M.M. et al. Contribution of crenarchaeal autotrophic ammonia oxidizers to the dark primary production in Tyrrhenian deep waters (Central Mediterranean Sea). Isme J (2011).
2. Navajas, R., Paradela, A. & Albar, J.P. Immobilized metal affinity chromatography/reversed-phase enrichment of phosphopeptides and analysis by CID/ETD tandem mass spectrometry. Methods Mol Biol 681, 337-348 (2011).
3. Monteoliva, L. et al. Quantitative proteome and acidic subproteome profiling of Candida albicans yeast-to-hypha transition. J Proteome Res 10, 502-517 (2011).
4. Medina-Aunon, J.A., Carazo, J.M. & Albar, J.P. PRIDEViewer: a novel user-friendly interface to visualize PRIDE XML files. Proteomics 11, 334-337 (2011).
5. Marcilla, M., Alpizar, A., Paradela, A. & Albar, J.P. A systematic approach to assess amino acid conversions in SILAC experiments. Talanta 84, 430-436 (2011).
6. Grancha, S. et al. Incomplete tyrosine 1680 sulphation in recombinant FVIII concentrates. Haemophilia (2011).
7. Varela, C. et al. New structural and functional defects in polyphosphate deficient bacteria: a cellular and proteomic study. BMC Microbiol 10, 7 (2010).
8. Trevino, M.A. et al. NMR characterisation of the minimal interacting regions of centrosomal proteins 4.1R and NuMA1: effect of phosphorylation. BMC Biochem 11, 7 (2010).
9. Paradela, A. et al. Evaluation of isotope-coded protein labeling (ICPL) in the quantitative analysis of complex proteomes. Talanta 80, 1496-1502 (2010).
10. Orchard, S. et al. Tackling quantitation: a report on the annual Spring Workshop of the HUPO-PSI 28-30 March 2010, Seoul, South Korea. Proteomics 10, 3062-3066 (2010).
11. Orchard, S. et al. implementing data standards: a report on the HUPOPSI workshop September 2009, Toronto, Canada. Proteomics 10, 1895-1898 (2010).
12. Medina-Aunon, J.A. et al. Protein Information and Knowledge Extractor: Discovering biological information from proteomics data. Proteomics 10, 3262-3271 (2010).
13. Martinez-Bartolome, S., Medina-Aunon, J.A., Jones, A.R. & Albar, J.P. Semi-automatic tool to describe, store and compare proteomics experiments based on MIAPE compliant reports. Proteomics 10, 1256-1260 (2010).
14. Martinez-Bartolome, S., Blanco, F. & Albar, J.P. Relevance of proteomics standards for the ProteoRed Spanish organization. J Proteomics 73, 1061-1066 (2010).
15. Hoogland, C. et al. Guidelines for reporting the use of gel image informatics in proteomics. Nat Biotechnol 28, 655-656 (2010).
16. Gomes-Alves, P. et al. SELDI-TOF biomarker signatures for cystic fibrosis, asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Clin Biochem 43, 168-177 (2010).
17. Gibson, F. et al. The gel electrophoresis markup language (GelML) from the Proteomics Standards Initiative. Proteomics 10, 3073-3081 (2010).
18. Garcia-Mayoral, M.F., Martinez-Moreno, M., Albar, J.P., Rodriguez-Crespo, I. & Bruix, M. Structural basis for the interaction between dynein light chain 1 and the glutamate channel homolog GRINL1A. Febs J 277, 2340-2350 (2010).
19. Albar, J.P. Spanish cuts could do lasting damage to biomedical research. Nature 463, 157 (2010).
20. Uzal, E.N. et al. The presence of sinapyl lignin in Ginkgo biloba cell cultures changes our views of the evolution of lignin biosynthesis. Physiol Plant 135, 196-213 (2009).
21. Prieto, I. et al. Synaptonemal complex assembly and H3K4Me3 demethylation determine DIDO3 localization in meiosis. Chromosoma 118, 617-632 (2009).
22. Carrasco-Marin, E. et al. The innate immunity role of cathepsin-D is linked to Trp-491 and Trp-492 residues of listeriolysin O. Mol Microbiol 72, 668-682 (2009).
23. Bodega, G. et al. Astrocytes express Mxi2, a splice isoform of p38MAPK. J Mol Histol 40, 325-329 (2009).
24. Bech-Serra, J.J. et al. A multi-laboratory study assessing reproducibility of a 2D-DIGE differential proteomic experiment. J Biomol Tech 20, 293-296 (2009).
25. Ramos-Fernandez, A., Paradela, A., Navajas, R. & Albar, J.P. Generalized method for probability-based peptide and protein identification from tandem mass spectrometry data and sequence database searching. Mol Cell Proteomics 7, 1748-1754 (2008).
26. Perez-Alvarez, M.J. et al. Vimentin isoform expression in the human retina characterized with the monoclonal antibody 3CB2. J Neurosci Res 86, 1871-1883 (2008).
27. Paradela, A. & Albar, J.P. Advances in the analysis of protein phosphorylation. J Proteome Res 7, 1809-1818 (2008).
28. Orchard, S. et al. 6th HUPO Annual World Congress - Proteomics Standards Initiative Workshop 6-10 October 2007, Seoul, Korea. Proteomics 8, 1331-1333 (2008).
29. Orchard, S. et al. Annual spring meeting of the Proteomics Standards Initiative 23-25 April 2008, Toledo, Spain. Proteomics 8, 4168-4172 (2008).
30. Jorba, N. et al. Analysis of the interaction of influenza virus polymerase complex with human cell factors. Proteomics 8, 2077-2088 (2008).
31. Dunn, M.J. et al. EuPA achieves visibility - an activity report on the first three years. J Proteomics 71, 11-18 (2008).
32. Araujo-Bazan, L. et al. NapA and NapB are the Aspergillus nidulans Nap/SET family members and NapB is a nuclear protein specifically interacting with importin alpha. Fungal Genet Biol 45, 278-291 (2008).
33. Sosa, M.S. et al. Proteomic analysis identified N-cadherin, clusterin, and HSP27 as mediators of SPARC (secreted protein, acidic and rich in cysteines) activity in melanoma cells. Proteomics 7, 4123-4134 (2007).
34. Rincon, E. et al. Proteomics identification of sorting nexin 27 as a diacylglycerol kinase zeta-associated protein: new diacylglycerol kinase roles in endocytic recycling. Mol Cell Proteomics 6, 1073-1087 (2007).
35. Lacalle, R.A. et al. Type I phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate 5-kinase controls neutrophil polarity and directional movement. J Cell Biol 179, 1539-1553 (2007).
36. Albar, J.P. et al. Promoting proteomics knowledge in Europe: report on the activities of the EuPA Education Committee 2006-2007. Proteomics 7 Suppl 1, 90-94 (2007).
37. Yelamos, B., Roncal, F., Albar, J.P., Rodriguez-Crespo, I. & Gavilanes, F. Influence of acylation of a Peptide corresponding to the amino-terminal region of endothelial nitric oxide synthase on the interaction with model membranes. Biochemistry 45, 1263-1270 (2006).
38. Richard, E. et al. Quantitative analysis of mitochondrial protein expression in methylmalonic acidemia by two-dimensional difference gel electrophoresis. J Proteome Res 5, 1602-1610 (2006).
39. Paradela, A., Escuredo, P.R. & Albar, J.P. Geographical focus. Proteomics initiatives in Spain: ProteoRed. Proteomics 6 Suppl 2, 73-76 (2006).
40. Paradela, A. & Albar, J.P. Protein microsequencing. Methods Mol Biol 323, 421-429 (2006).
41. Pacheco, B. et al. Membrane-perturbing properties of three peptides corresponding to the ectodomain of hepatitis C virus E2 envelope protein. Biochim Biophys Acta 1758, 755-763 (2006).
42. Gonzalez, E.M. et al. Analysis of IgE and IgG B-cell immunodominant regions of Ole e 1, the main allergen from olive pollen. Mol Immunol 43, 570-578 (2006).
43. Dessauge, F. et al. Identification of PP1alpha as a caspase-9 regulator in IL-2 deprivation-induced apoptosis. J Immunol 177, 2441-2451 (2006).
44. Ciordia, S., de Los Rios, V. & Albar, J.P. Contributions of advanced proteomics technologies to cancer diagnosis. Clin Transl Oncol 8, 566-580 (2006).
45. Paradela, A. et al. Proteomic analysis of apical microvillous membranes of syncytiotrophoblast cells reveals a high degree of similarity with lipid rafts. J Proteome Res 4, 2435-2441 (2005).
46. Martinez-Moreno, M. et al. Direct interaction between the reductase domain of endothelial nitric oxide synthase and the ryanodine receptor. FEBS Lett 579, 3159-3163 (2005).
47. Linares, J.F. et al. Overexpression of the multidrug efflux pumps MexCD-OprJ and MexEF-OprN is associated with a reduction of type III secretion in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. J Bacteriol 187, 1384-1391 (2005).
48. Calvo, E. et al. Analysis of the Listeria cell wall proteome by two-dimensional nanoliquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry. Proteomics 5, 433-443 (2005).
49. Zaballos, A., Villares, R., Albar, J.P., Martinez, A.C. & Marquez, G. Identification on mouse chromosome 8 of new beta-defensin genes with regionally specific expression in the male reproductive organ. J Biol Chem 279, 12421-12426 (2004).
50. Navas, A. & Albar, J.P. Application of proteomics in phylogenetic and evolutionary studies. Proteomics 4, 299-302 (2004).
51. Navarro-Lerida, I. et al. Proteomic identification of brain proteins that interact with dynein light chain LC8. Proteomics 4, 339-346 (2004).
52. Morales, G. et al. The Pseudomonas putida Crc global regulator controls the expression of genes from several chromosomal catabolic pathways for aromatic compounds. J Bacteriol 186, 1337-1344 (2004).
53. Monteoliva, L. & Albar, J.P. Differential proteomics: an overview of gel and non-gel based approaches. Brief Funct Genomic Proteomic 3, 220-239 (2004).
54. Link, W.A. et al. Day-night changes in downstream regulatory element antagonist modulator/potassium channel interacting protein activity contribute to circadian gene expression in pineal gland. J Neurosci 24, 5346-5355 (2004).
55. Moyano, J.V., Maqueda, A., Albar, J.P. & Garcia-Pardo, A. A synthetic peptide from the heparin-binding domain III (repeats III4-5) of fibronectin promotes stress-fibre and focal-adhesion formation in melanoma cells. Biochem J 371, 565-571 (2003).
56. Martinez-Moreno, M. et al. Recognition of novel viral sequences that associate with the dynein light chain LC8 identified through a pepscan technique. FEBS Lett 544, 262-267 (2003).
57. Encinar, J.A. et al. Probing the channel-bound shaker B inactivating peptide by stereoisomeric substitution at a strategic tyrosine residue. Biochemistry 42, 8879-8884 (2003).
58. Navas, A., Lopez, J.A., Esparrago, G., Camafeita, E. & Albar, J.P. Protein variability in Meloidogyne spp. (Nematoda:Meloidogynidae) revealed by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry. J Proteome Res 1, 421-427 (2002).
59. Melero, I. et al. An anti-ICAM-2 (CD102) monoclonal antibody induces immune-mediated regressions of transplanted ICAM-2-negative colon carcinomas. Cancer Res 62, 3167-3174 (2002).
60. Fernandez-Fernandez, M.R. et al. The capsid protein of a plant single-stranded RNA virus is modified by O-linked N-acetylglucosamine. J Biol Chem 277, 135-140 (2002).
61. Encinar, J.A. et al. Tyrosine phosphorylation of the inactivating peptide of the shaker B potassium channel: a structural-functional correlate. Biochemistry 41, 12263-12269 (2002).
62. de Marco, M.C. et al. MAL2, a novel raft protein of the MAL family, is an essential component of the machinery for transcytosis in hepatoma HepG2 cells. J Cell Biol 159, 37-44 (2002).
63. Alvarez, J. et al. Characterization and cloning of two isoforms of heteroglobin, a novel heterodimeric glycoprotein of the secretoglobin-uteroglobin family showing tissue-specific and sex differential expression. J Biol Chem 277, 233-242 (2002).
64. Ruiz-Vela, A., Albar, J.P. & Martinez, C.A. Apaf-1 localization is modulated indirectly by Bcl-2 expression. FEBS Lett 501, 79-83 (2001).
65. Rodriguez-Crespo, I. et al. Identification of novel cellular proteins that bind to the LC8 dynein light chain using a pepscan technique. FEBS Lett 503, 135-141 (2001).
66. Perez-Canadillas, J.M. et al. NMR solution structure of murine CCL20/MIP-3alpha, a chemokine that specifically chemoattracts immature dendritic cells and lymphocytes through its highly specific interaction with the beta-chemokine receptor CCR6. J Biol Chem 276, 28372-28379 (2001).
67. Medema, J.P. et al. Blockade of the granzyme B/perforin pathway through overexpression of the serine protease inhibitor PI-9/SPI-6 constitutes a mechanism for immune escape by tumors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 98, 11515-11520 (2001).
68. Lopez-Fraga, M., Fernandez, R., Albar, J.P. & Hahne, M. Biologically active APRIL is secreted following intracellular processing in the Golgi apparatus by furin convertase. EMBO Rep 2, 945-951 (2001).
69. Gonzalez-Reyes, L. et al. Cleavage of the human respiratory syncytial virus fusion protein at two distinct sites is required for activation of membrane fusion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 98, 9859-9864 (2001).
70. Garcia-Lopez, M.A. et al. CXCR3 chemokine receptor distribution in normal and inflamed tissues: expression on activated lymphocytes, endothelial cells, and dendritic cells. Lab Invest 81, 409-418 (2001).
71. Galvez, B.G., Matias-Roman, S., Albar, J.P., Sanchez-Madrid, F. & Arroyo, A.G. Membrane type 1-matrix metalloproteinase is activated during migration of human endothelial cells and modulates endothelial motility and matrix remodeling. J Biol Chem 276, 37491-37500 (2001).
72. de Marco, M.C. et al. BENE, a novel raft-associated protein of the MAL proteolipid family, interacts with caveolin-1 in human endothelial-like ECV304 cells. J Biol Chem 276, 23009-23017 (2001).
73. Cases, I., Lopez, J.A., Albar, J.P. & De Lorenzo, V. Evidence of multiple regulatory functions for the PtsN (IIA(Ntr)) protein of Pseudomonas putida. J Bacteriol 183, 1032-1037 (2001).
74. Ayllon, V. et al. Bcl-2 targets protein phosphatase 1 alpha to Bad. J Immunol 166, 7345-7352 (2001).
75. Rodriguez-Crespo, I., Yelamos, B., Albar, J.P., Peterson, D.L. & Gavilanes, F. Selective destabilization of acidic phospholipid bilayers performed by the hepatitis B virus fusion peptide. Biochim Biophys Acta 1463, 419-428 (2000).
76. Garcia-Peydro, M., Paradela, A., Albar, J.P. & Castro, J.A. Antagonism of direct alloreactivity of an HLA-B27-specific CTL clone by altered peptide ligands of its natural epitope. J Immunol 165, 5680-5685 (2000).
77. Fominaya, J. et al. An optimized amphiphilic cationic peptide as an efficient non-viral gene delivery vector. J Gene Med 2, 455-464 (2000).
78. Bras, A., Albar, J.P., Leonardo, E., de Buitrago, G.G. & Martinez, A.C. Ceramide-induced cell death is independent of the Fas/Fas ligand pathway and is prevented by Nur77 overexpression in A20 B cells. Cell Death Differ 7, 262-271 (2000).
79. Yague, J. et al. The South Amerindian allotype HLA-B*3909 has the largest known similarity in peptide specificity and common natural ligands with HLA-B27. Tissue Antigens 53, 227-236 (1999).
80. Valle, M. et al. Selection of antibody probes to correlate protein sequence domains with their structural distribution. Protein Sci 8, 883-889 (1999).
81. Valle, M. et al. Domain architecture of the bacteriophage phi29 connector protein. J Mol Biol 288, 899-909 (1999).
82. Royo, J. et al. Antisense-mediated depletion of a potato lipoxygenase reduces wound induction of proteinase inhibitors and increases weight gain of insect pests. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96, 1146-1151 (1999).
83. Rodriguez-Frade, J.M. et al. The chemokine monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 induces functional responses through dimerization of its receptor CCR2. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96, 3628-3633 (1999).
84. Rodriguez-Crespo, I. et al. Fusogenic activity of hepadnavirus peptides corresponding to sequences downstream of the putative cleavage site. Virology 261, 133-142 (1999).
85. Puertollano, R. et al. The MAL proteolipid is necessary for normal apical transport and accurate sorting of the influenza virus hemagglutinin in Madin-Darby canine kidney cells. J Cell Biol 145, 141-151 (1999).
86. Moyano, J.V. et al. Cooperative role for activated alpha4 beta1 integrin and chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans in cell adhesion to the heparin III domain of fibronectin. Identification of a novel heparin and cell binding sequence in repeat III5. J Biol Chem 274, 135-142 (1999).
87. Martin, M. et al. Antisense-mediated depletion of potato leaf omega3 fatty acid desaturase lowers linolenic acid content and reduces gene activation in response to wounding. Eur J Biochem 262, 283-290 (1999).
88. Marina, A. et al. High-sensitivity analysis and sequencing of peptides and proteins by quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometry. J Mass Spectrom 34, 17-27 (1999).
89. Izquierdo, M. et al. Blocked negative selection of developing T cells in mice expressing the baculovirus p35 caspase inhibitor. Embo J 18, 156-166 (1999).
90. Garcia-Domingo, D. et al. DIO-1 is a gene involved in onset of apoptosis in vitro, whose misexpression disrupts limb development. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 96, 7992-7997 (1999).
91. Armas-Portela, R., Parrales, M.A., Albar, J.P., Martinez, A.C. & Avila, J. Distribution and characteristics of betaII tubulin-enriched microtubules in interphase cells. Exp Cell Res 248, 372-380 (1999).
92. Varona, R. et al. Molecular cloning, functional characterization and mRNA expression analysis of the murine chemokine receptor CCR6 and its specific ligand MIP-3alpha. FEBS Lett 440, 188-194 (1998).
93. Trigueros, C. et al. Identification of a late stage of small noncycling pTalpha- pre-T cells as immediate precursors of T cell receptor alpha/beta+ thymocytes. J Exp Med 188, 1401-1412 (1998).
94. Martin-Rivera, L., Herrera, E., Albar, J.P. & Blasco, M.A. Expression of mouse telomerase catalytic subunit in embryos and adult tissues. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 95, 10471-10476 (1998).
95. Martin-Belmonte, F., Kremer, L., Albar, J.P., Marazuela, M. & Alonso, M.A. Expression of the MAL gene in the thyroid: the MAL proteolipid, a component of glycolipid-enriched membranes, is apically distributed in thyroid follicles. Endocrinology 139, 2077-2084 (1998).
96. Mancheno, J.M., Martinez del Pozo, A., Albar, J.P., Onaderra, M. & Gavilanes, J.G. A peptide of nine amino acid residues from alpha-sarcin cytotoxin is a membrane-perturbing structure. J Pept Res 51, 142-148 (1998).
97. Llano, M. et al. HLA-E-bound peptides influence recognition by inhibitory and triggering CD94/NKG2 receptors: preferential response to an HLA-G-derived nonamer. Eur J Immunol 28, 2854-2863 (1998).
98. Jimenez, C. et al. Identification and characterization of a new oncogene derived from the regulatory subunit of phosphoinositide 3-kinase. Embo J 17, 743-753 (1998).
99. Gonzalo, J.A. et al. The coordinated action of CC chemokines in the lung orchestrates allergic inflammation and airway hyperresponsiveness. J Exp Med 188, 157-167 (1998).
100. Fernandez-Arias, A., Risco, C., Martinez, S., Albar, J.P. & Rodriguez, J.F. Expression of ORF A1 of infectious bursal disease virus results in the formation of virus-like particles. J Gen Virol 79 ( Pt 5), 1047-1054 (1998).
101. Encinar, J.A. et al. Inactivating peptide of the Shaker B potassium channel: conformational preferences inferred from studies on simple model systems. Biochem J 331 ( Pt 2), 497-504 (1998).
102. Claveria, C. et al. Drosophila grim induces apoptosis in mammalian cells. Embo J 17, 7199-7208 (1998).
103. Borroto, A., Mallabiabarrena, A., Albar, J.P., Martinez, A.C. & Alarcon, B. Characterization of the region involved in CD3 pairwise interactions within the T cell receptor complex. J Biol Chem 273, 12807-12816 (1998).
104. Baixeras, E. et al. Vaccinia virus-induced apoptosis in immature B lymphocytes: role of cellular Bcl-2. Virus Res 58, 107-113 (1998).
105. Alfonso, P. et al. Beta structure motif recognition by anti-gliadin antibodies in coeliac disease. FEBS Lett 427, 36-40 (1998).
106. Moyano, J.V. et al. Fibronectin type III5 repeat contains a novel cell adhesion sequence, KLDAPT, which binds activated alpha4beta1 and alpha4beta7 integrins. J Biol Chem 272, 24832-24836 (1997).
107. Manes, S. et al. Physical mapping of human insulin-like growth factor-I using specific monoclonal antibodies. J Endocrinol 154, 293-302 (1997).
108. Manes, S. et al. Functional epitope mapping of insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) by anti-IGF-I monoclonal antibodies. Endocrinology 138, 905-915 (1997).
109. Garcia, F., Marina, A., Albar, J.P. & Lopez de Castro, J.A. HLA-B27 presents a peptide from a polymorphic region of its own molecule with homology to proteins from arthritogenic bacteria. Tissue Antigens 49, 23-28 (1997).
110. Garcia, F. et al. HLA-B27 (B*2701) specificity for peptides lacking Arg2 is determined by polymorphism outside the B pocket. Tissue Antigens 49, 580-587 (1997).
111. Rodriguez-Crespo, I. et al. Structural properties of the putative fusion peptide of hepatitis B virus upon interaction with phospholipids. Circular dichroism and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy studies. Eur J Biochem 242, 243-248 (1996).
112. Galocha, B., Lamas, J.R., Villadangos, J.A., Albar, J.P. & Lopez de Castro, J.A. Binding of peptides naturally presented by HLA-B27 to the differentially disease-associated B*2704 and B*2706 subtypes, and to mutants mimicking their polymorphism. Tissue Antigens 48, 509-518 (1996).
113. Encinar, J.A. et al. Interaction between ion channel-inactivating peptides and anionic phospholipid vesicles as model targets. Biophys J 71, 1313-1323 (1996).
114. Dominguez-Jimenez, C., Sanchez-Aparicio, P., Albar, J.P. & Garcia-Pardo, A. The alpha 4 beta 1 fibronectin ligands CS-1, Hep II, and RGD induce different intracellular events in B lymphoid cells. Comparison with the effects of the endothelial ligand VCAM-1. Cell Adhes Commun 4, 251-267 (1996).
115. Albar, J.P. et al. Immunohistochemical detection of parathyroid hormone-related protein in a rare variant of hepatic neoplasm (sclerosing hepatic carcinoma). Hum Pathol 27, 728-731 (1996).
116. Villadangos, J.A., Galocha, B., Garcia, F., Albar, J.P. & Lopez de Castro, J.A. Modulation of peptide binding by HLA-B27 polymorphism in pockets A and B, and peptide specificity of B*2703. Eur J Immunol 25, 2370-2377 (1995).
117. Rodriguez-Crespo, I. et al. Phospholipid interactions of the putative fusion peptide of hepatitis B virus surface antigen S protein. J Gen Virol 76 ( Pt 2), 301-308 (1995).
118. Mancheno, J.M. et al. Membrane interaction of a beta-structure-forming synthetic peptide comprising the 116-139th sequence region of the cytotoxic protein alpha-sarcin. Biophys J 68, 2387-2395 (1995).
119. Garcia-Ocana, A. et al. Parathyroid hormone-related protein is an autocrine modulator of rabbit proximal tubule cell growth. J Bone Miner Res 10, 1875-1884 (1995).
120. Fernandez-Ballester, G. et al. Adoption of beta structure by the inactivating "ball" peptide of the Shaker B potassium channel. Biophys J 68, 858-865 (1995).
121. van Amerongen, A. et al. Design of peptides with improved affinities for anti-human chorionic gonadotropin monoclonal antibodies. Pept Res 7, 83-90 (1994).
122. Palomo, C., Albar, J.P., Garcia-Barreno, B. & Melero, J.A. Induction of a neutralizing immune response to human respiratory syncytial virus with anti-idiotypic antibodies. J Virol 64, 4199-4206 (1990).
123. Bragado, R. et al. Chemical modification of carboxyl groups in human Fcgamma fragment --II. Location of acidic residues involved in complement activation. Mol Immunol 19, 579-588 (1982).
124. Juarez, C., Albar, J.P., Vivanco-Martinez, F., Bragado, R. & Ortiz, F. Structural requirements of rabbit IgG F(ab')2 fragment for activation of the complement system through the alternative pathway--II. Ionic and indole groups. Mol Immunol 18, 935-943 (1981).
125. Albar, J.P., Juarez, C., Vivanco-Martinez, F., Bragado, R. & Ortiz, F. Structural requirements of rabbit IgG F(ab')2 fragment for activation of the complement system through the alternative pathway--I. Disulfide bonds. Mol Immunol 18, 925-934 (1981).
126. Vivanco-Martinez, F., Bragado, R., Albar, J.P., Juarez, C. & Ortiz-Masllorens, F. Chemical modification of carboxyl groups in human Fc gamma fragments: structural role and effect on the complement fixation. Mol Immunol 17, 327-336 (1980).