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_displayNameBoix, Ester
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:43:19
affiliation[Affiliation:8947980] Universitat AutÚnoma de Barcelona
created[InstanceEdit:6803137] Shamovsky, Veronica, 2015-10-04
modified[InstanceEdit:8947981] Shamovsky, Veronica, 2016-11-08
(author)[LiteratureReference:6803113] Comparison of human RNase 3 and RNase 7 bactericidal action at the Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacterial cell wall
[LiteratureReference:8866728] The antipathogen activities of eosinophil cationic protein
[LiteratureReference:8866763] Two human host defense ribonucleases against mycobacteria, the eosinophil cationic protein (RNase 3) and RNase 7
[LiteratureReference:8866766] Structural determinants of the eosinophil cationic protein antimicrobial activity
[LiteratureReference:8947985] Insights into the Antimicrobial Mechanism of Action of Human RNase6: Structural Determinants for Bacterial Cell Agglutination and Membrane Permeation
[LiteratureReference:8947991] A Novel RNase 3/ECP Peptide for Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilm Eradication That Combines Antimicrobial, Lipopolysaccharide Binding, and Cell-Agglutinating Activities
[LiteratureReference:8948001] Antimicrobial action and cell agglutination by the eosinophil cationic protein are modulated by the cell wall lipopolysaccharide structure
[LiteratureReference:8948002] Exploring new biological functions of amyloids: bacteria cell agglutination mediated by host protein aggregation
[LiteratureReference:8948003] The first crystal structure of human RNase 6 reveals a novel substrate-binding and cleavage site arrangement
[LiteratureReference:8948006] Ribonucleases as a host-defence family: evidence of evolutionarily conserved antimicrobial activity at the N-terminus
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