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Differential phosphorylation of band 3 and glycophorin in intact and extracted erythrocyte membranes
Distribution of glycophorin on the surface of human erythrocyte membranes and its association with intramembrane particles: an immunochemical and freeze-fracture study of normal and En(a-) erythrocytes
Glycophorins A, B, and C: a family of sialoglycoproteins. Isolation and preliminary characterization of trypsin derived peptides
Isolation and properties of gamma protein, the major transmembrane sialoglycoprotein of the HeLa cell
Epidermal proteins. I. Differential extraction and quantitative polyacrylamide gel-electrophoretic analysis of basal spinous-cell proteins of neonatal mouse epidermis
Processing of cricket paralysis virus induced polypeptides in Drosophila cells: production of high molecular weight polypeptides by treatment with iodoacetamide
Pharmacokinetics and dosage regimen of cefotaxime in cross-bred calves following single intramuscular administration
Intrinsic segments of band 3 that are associated with anion transport across red blood cell membranes
Influence of surface charge and transmembrane potential on rubidium-86 efflux of human red blood cells
Protein-mediated transbilayer movement of lysophosphatidylcholine in glycophorin-containing vesicles
The formation of vesicles retaining sodium-dependent transport systems for amino acids from protein-depleted membranes of pigeon erythrocytes
Rotational diffusion of band 3 proteins in membranes from En(a-) and neuraminidase-treated normal human erythrocytes
The anion permeability of vesicles reconstituted with intrinsic proteins from the human erythrocyte membrane
The role of protein-linked oligosaccharide in the bilayer stabilization activity of glycophorin A for dioleoylphosphatidylethanolamine liposomes
Protoporphyrin-induced photohemolysis: differences related to the subcellular distribution of protoporphyrin in erythropoietic protoporphyria and when added to normal red cells
Immunological relationship among rat erythrocyte membrane sialoglycoproteins and with human glycophorins
Immunoanalysis and quantitation of membrane sialoglycoproteins (glycophorins) in rat erythrocytes and reticulocytes
Carbohydrate composition of erythrocyte membranes and glycosidase activities in serum in patients with myotonic dystrophy, limb-girdle dystrophy and congenital myotonia
The anion transport system of the red blood cell. The role of membrane protein evaluated by the use of 'probes'
Centrifugal analysis of undiluted packed human erythrocyte lysates. Studies of the association of glyceraldehyde-phosphate dehydrogenase with the membrane fraction
Characterization of surface proteins and glycoproteins on red blood cells from mice infected with haemosporidia: Plasmodium berghei infections of BALB/c mice
Sialic acid analysis and tritium-labelling of sialoglycoproteins of mouse erythrocytes infected with Plasmodium berghei
Biosynthesis of the major human red cell sialoglycoprotein, glycophorin A, in a continuous cell line
The monoclonal antibody TER-119 recognizes a molecule associated with glycophorin A and specifically marks the late stages of murine erythroid lineage
Physical, morphological, and biochemical alterations in the membrane of AKR mouse cells after interferon treatment
Both chains of HLA-DR bind to the membrane with a penultimate hydrophobic region and the heavy chain is phosphorylated at its hydrophilic carboxyl terminus
Synthesis and assembly of membrane glycoproteins: presence of leader peptide in nonglycosylated precursor of membrane glycoprotein of vesicular stomatitis virus
Oligosaccharide motion in erythrocyte membranes investigated by picosecond fluorescence polarization and microsecond dichroism of an optical probe
Lipid-protein interaction in the glycophorin-dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine system: Raman spectroscopic investigation
Immunological evidence for the transmembrane nature of the rat liver receptor for asialoglycoproteins
Blood group A cross-reacting epitope defined by monoclonal antibodies NCC-LU-35 and -81 expressed in cancer of blood group O or B individuals: its identification as Tn antigen
Cleavage furrow isolated from newt eggs: contraction, organization of the actin filaments, and protein components of the furrow
Membrane fusion during secretion. A hypothesis based on electron microscope observation of Phytophthora Palmivora zoospores during encystment
Stoichiometry of wheat germ agglutinin as a morphology controlling agent and as a morphology controlling agent and as a morphology protective agent for the human erythrocyte
Use of antipeptide antibodies to demonstrate external orientation of the NH2-terminus of the low density lipoprotein receptor in the plasma membrane of fibroblasts
Antigen-specific T lymphocyte clones. I. Characterization of a T lymphocyte clone expressing antigen-specific suppressive activity
Comparison of target antigens of monoclonal reagents OKT5, OKT8, and Leu2A, which inhibit effector function of human cytotoxic T lymphocytes
Protein glycosylation: nature, distribution, enzymatic formation, and disease implications of glycopeptide bonds
Blood-group ABH-specific macroglycolipids of human erythrocytes: isolation in high yield from a crude membrane glycoprotein fraction
Incorporation and asymmetric orientation of glycophorin in reconstituted protein-containing vesicles
1H-Nuclear magnetic-resonance studies on glycophorin and its carbohydrate-containing tryptic peptides
Photooxidation of cell membranes using eosin derivatives that locate in lipid or protein to study the role of diffusible intermediates
Platelet membrane glycoprotein IIIa contains target antigens that bind anti-platelet antibodies in immune thrombocytopenias
Band 3 and glycophorin are progressively aggregated in density-fractionated sickle and normal red blood cells. Evidence from rotational and lateral mobility studies
C3b deposition on human erythrocytes induces the formation of a membrane skeleton-linked protein complex
The lectin-binding sites of the erythrocyte membrane components of horse, swine and sheep. Characterization by their molecular weights
New models of cellular control: membrane cytoskeletons, membrane curvature potential, and possible interactions
Multiple marking of cell surface receptors by gold granules: simultaneous localization of three lectin receptors on human erythrocytes
Glutaraldehyde effect on the osmotic fragility and rate of haemolysis of human erythrocytes: a kinetic study
Dapsone-induced hemolytic anemia: effect of N-hydroxy dapsone on the sulfhydryl status and membrane proteins of rat erythrocytes
Transformation of intramembrane particles of HVJ (Sendai virus) envelopes from an invisible to visible form on aging of virions
Neu differentiation factor: a transmembrane glycoprotein containing an EGF domain and an immunoglobulin homology unit
Plasmodium iophurae: lectin-mediated agglutination of infected red cells and cytochemical fine-structure detection of lectin binding sites on parasite and host cell membranes
Human lens membrane: comparison of major intrinsic polypeptides from young and old lenses isolated by a new methodology
Characterization of the blood-brain barrier: protein composition of the capillary endothelial cell membrane
Changes in (Na+ + K+) ATPase activity and the composition of surface carbohydrates in erythrocyte membranes in alcoholics
Use of synthetic antigens with the carbohydrate structure of asialoglycophorin A for the specification of Thomsen-Friedenreich antibodies
A new membrane concept for viscous RBC deformation in shear: spectrin oligomer complexes as a Bingham-fluid in shear and a dense periodic colloidal system in bending
The effect of in vitro and in vivo toluene exposure on rat erythrocyte and synaptosome membrane integral enzymes
Microelectrophoretic analysis of changes in protein expression patterns in mouse oocytes and preimplantation embryos
Effects of neuraminidase on lectin binding by wild-type and ricin-resistant strains of hamster fibroblasts
Physical properties of the dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine vesicle and of complexes formed by its interaction with apolipoprotein C-III
Primary structure of human erythrocyte glycophorin A. Isolation and characterization of peptides and complete amino acid sequence
Protein analysis of cardiac sarcolemma: effects of membrane-perturbing agents on membrane proteins and calcium transport
In vitro oxidation of intrinsic sulfhydryl groups yields polymers of the two predominant polypeptides in the nuclear envelope fraction
Preparation and analysis of seven major, topographically defined fragments of band 3, the predominant transmembrane polypeptide of human erythrocyte membranes
Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance studies on the interaction of glycophorin with lecithin in reconstituted vesicles
Band 3-glycophorin A association in erythrocyte membrane demonstrated by combining protein diffusion measurements with antibody-induced cross-linking
Glycoprotein topology on intact human red blood cells reevaluated by cross-linking following amino group supplementation
Purification and characterization of an externally accessible 55,000-molecular weight protein of hepatoma tissue culture cells
Charge distribution within cell surface coats of single and interacting surfaces--a minimum free electrostatic energy approach. Conclusions for electrophoretic mobility measurements
An isoelectric focusing procedure for erythrocyte membrane proteins and its use for two-dimensional electrophoresis
Possible involvement of red cell membrane proteins in the hemolytic action of Portuguese Man-of-War toxin
Lectin-mediated agglutination of erythrocyte ghost membranes following depletion of membrane protein and intramembrane particles
Studies on the translocation of the amino terminus of apolipoprotein B into the endoplasmic reticulum.
Phospholipid distribution in human En(a-) red cell membranes which lack the major sialoglycoprotein, glycophorin A
Strong affinity of Maackia amurensis hemagglutinin (MAH) for sialic acid-containing Ser/Thr-linked carbohydrate chains of N-terminal octapeptides from human glycophorin A
Evidence for lectin activity associated with glycophorin, the major glycoprotein of human erythrocyte membranes. Implications for the structure of membranes
Intramembranous particle distribution in human erythrocytes: effects of lysis, glutaraldehyde, and poly-L-lysine
Divalent cation dependent ATPase activities of red blood cell membranes: influence of the oxidation of membrane thiol groups close to each other
Isolation and partial characterization of the heterophile antigen of infectious mononucleosis from bovine erythrocytes
Changes in cell surface glycoproteins and carbohydrate structures during the development and differentiation of human erythroid cells
A simplified method for the preparation of WGA-Sepharose 4B and its use in the purification of MN blood group antigens
Characterizing osmotic lysis kinetics under microfluidic hydrodynamic focusing for erythrocyte fragility studies
Ultrastructural observations on the cell surface of the intestinal epithelium of the nematode, Ascaris suum. Nature of the electronegative charge
Chlorotetracycline induces calcium mediated shape changes in human erythrocytes. Is Ca asymmetrically distributed in the red cell membrane?
Haemagglutinating and haemolytic activity of the extracellular vesicles of Bacteroides gingivalis W50
Interactions of band 3-protein from human erythrocyte membranes with cholesterol and cholesterol analogues
Role of sialic acid in the mobility of membrane proteins containing O-linked oligosaccharides on polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in sodium dodecyl sulfate
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