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Who would have thought a single Ki67 measurement would predict long-term outcome?

Dowsett M., A'Hern R., Salter J., Zabaglo L., Smith I.E.

Breast Cancer Res. 11 Suppl 3:S15-S15(2009) · Mapped (5)

Ultrastructural localization of P2X3 receptors in rat sensory neurons.

Llewellyn-Smith I.J., Burnstock G.

Neuroreport 9:2545-2550(1998) · Mapped (3)

Towards a comprehensive view of the primary structure of venom proteins from the parasitoid wasp Pimpla hypochondriaca.

Parkinson N.M., Conyers C., Keen J., MacNicoll A., Smith I., Audsley N., Weaver R.

Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 34:565-571(2004) · UniProtKB (9)

The sparse fur mouse as a model for gene therapy in ornithine carbamoyltransferase deficiency.

Batshaw M.L., Yudkoff M., McLaughlin B.A., Gorry E., Anegawa N.J., Smith I.A., Hyman S.L., Robinson M.B.

Gene Ther. 2:743-749(1995) · Mapped (3)

The role of MAGEA2 in head and neck cancer.

Glazer C.A., Smith I.M., Bhan S., Sun W., Chang S.S., Pattani K.M., Westra W., Khan Z., Califano J.A.

Arch. Otolaryngol. Head Neck Surg. 137:286-293(2011) · Mapped (5)

The prognostic significance of Ki67 before and after neoadjuvant chemotherapy in breast cancer.

Jones R.L., Salter J., A'Hern R., Nerurkar A., Parton M., Reis-Filho J.S., Smith I.E., Dowsett M.

Breast Cancer Res. Treat. 116:53-68(2009) · Mapped (5)

The Mycobacterium tuberculosis sigma factor sigmaB is required for full response to cell envelope stress and hypoxia in vitro, but it is dispensable for in vivo growth.

Fontan P.A., Voskuil M.I., Gomez M., Tan D., Pardini M., Manganelli R., Fattorini L., Schoolnik G.K., Smith I.

J. Bacteriol. 191:5628-5633(2009) · UniProtKB (1)

The Mycobacterium tuberculosis PhoPR two-component system regulates genes essential for virulence and complex lipid biosynthesis.

Walters S.B., Dubnau E., Kolesnikova I., Laval F., Daffe M., Smith I.

Mol. Microbiol. 60:312-330(2006) · UniProtKB (8)

The Mycobacterium tuberculosis IdeR is a dual functional regulator that controls transcription of genes involved in iron acquisition, iron storage and survival in macrophages.

Gold B., Rodriguez G.M., Marras S.A.E., Pentecost M., Smith I.

Mol. Microbiol. 42:851-865(2001) · UniProtKB (5)

The Mycobacterium tuberculosis high-affinity iron importer, IrtA, contains an FAD-binding domain.

Ryndak M.B., Wang S., Smith I., Rodriguez G.M.

J. Bacteriol. 192:861-869(2010) · UniProtKB (2)

The Mycobacterium tuberculosis ECF sigma factor sigmaE: role in global gene expression and survival in macrophages.

Manganelli R., Voskuil M.I., Schoolnik G.K., Smith I.

Mol. Microbiol. 41:423-437(2001) · UniProtKB (6)

The mycarose-biosynthetic genes of Streptomyces fradiae, producer of tylosin.

Bate N., Butler A.R., Smith I.P., Cundliffe E.

Microbiology 146:139-146(2000) · UniProtKB (7)

The innate immune molecule, NOD1, regulates direct killing of Helicobacter pylori by antimicrobial peptides.

Grubman A., Kaparakis M., Viala J., Allison C., Badea L., Karrar A., Boneca I.G., Le Bourhis L., Reeve S., Smith I.A. et al.

Cell. Microbiol. 12:626-639(2010) · Mapped (6)

The high resolution crystal structure of a native thermostable serpin reveals the complex mechanism underpinning the stressed to relaxed transition.

Fulton K.F., Buckle A.M., Cabrita L.D., Irving J.A., Butcher R.E., Smith I., Reeve S., Lesk A.M., Bottomley S.P., Rossjohn J. et al.

J. Biol. Chem. 280:8435-8442(2005) · UniProtKB (1)

The extra cytoplasmic function sigma factor sigma(E) is essential for Mycobacterium tuberculosis virulence in mice.

Manganelli R., Fattorini L., Tan D., Iona E., Orefici G., Altavilla G., Cusatelli P., Smith I.

Infect. Immun. 72:3038-3041(2004) · UniProtKB (1)

The effect of skeletal myosin light chain kinase gene ablation on the fatigability of mouse fast muscle.

Gittings W., Huang J., Smith I.C., Quadrilatero J., Vandenboom R.

J. Muscle Res. Cell. Motil. 31:337-348(2011) · Mapped (5)

The discovery of quinoline-3-carboxamides as hematopoietic prostaglandin D synthase (H-PGDS) inhibitors.

Deaton D.N., Do Y., Holt J., Jeune M.R., Kramer H.F., Larkin A.L., Orband-Miller L.A., Peckham G.E., Poole C., Price D.J. et al.

Bioorg. Med. Chem. 27:1456-1478(2019) · Mapped (2)

The complete DNA sequence and regulatory regions of the Bacillus licheniformis spoOH gene.

Ramakrishna N., Dubnau E., Smith I.

Nucleic Acids Res. 12:1779-1790(1984) · UniProtKB (2)

The Bacillus subtilis SinR protein is a repressor of the key sporulation gene spo0A.

Mandic-Mulec I., Doukhan L., Smith I.

J. Bacteriol. 177:4619-4627(1995) · UniProtKB (1)

The Bacillus subtilis sin gene, a regulator of alternate developmental processes, codes for a DNA-binding protein.

Gaur N.K., Oppenheim J., Smith I.

J. Bacteriol. 173:678-686(1991) · UniProtKB (1)

The 3.2 A structure of a bioengineered variant of blood coagulation factor VIII indicates two conformations of the C2 domain.

Smith I.W., d'Aquino A.E., Coyle C.W., Fedanov A., Parker E.T., Denning G., Spencer H.T., Lollar P., Doering C.B., Spiegel P.C. Jr.

J. Thromb. Haemost. 0:0-0(2019) · Mapped (2)

Synapse-specific control of experience-dependent plasticity by presynaptic NMDA receptors.

Larsen R.S., Smith I.T., Miriyala J., Han J.E., Corlew R.J., Smith S.L., Philpot B.D.

Neuron 83:879-893(2014) · Mapped (12)

Structure of the DNA-binding domain of the response regulator PhoP from Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

Wang S., Engohang-Ndong J., Smith I.

Biochemistry 46:14751-14761(2007) · UniProtKB (1)

Structural mutation analysis of PTEN and its genotype-phenotype correlations in endometriosis and cancer.

Smith I.N., Briggs J.M.

Proteins 84:1625-1643(2016) · Mapped (12)

Spinal motor neuron protein supersaturation patterns are associated with inclusion body formation in ALS.

Ciryam P., Lambert-Smith I.A., Bean D.M., Freer R., Cid F., Tartaglia G.G., Saunders D.N., Wilson M.R., Oliver S.G., Morimoto R.I. et al.

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 114:E3935-E3943(2017) · Mapped (2)

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