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Marc Dalod
Sci. STKE 18 December 2007: pe73.
The adaptor protein SARM1, a member of the MyD88 family, mediates neuronal death and modulates immune responses. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  



Anja Nohe and Nils O. Petersen
Sci. STKE 18 December 2007: pl7.
The family of Image Correlation Spectroscopy techniques can be used to measure the aggregation, clustering, and dynamics of proteins in the plasma membrane. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  
Ulla Schwertassek, Lars Weingarten, and Tobias P. Dick
Sci. STKE 18 December 2007: pl8.
This procedure allows the assessment of the oxidoreductase reactivity of cell-surface proteins within their native environment. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  


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Excess elastase in lungs of patients with cystic fibrosis or obstructive lung disease appears to cause cleavage of neutrophil CXCR1 receptors, impairing bacterial killing. Abstract »  
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