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Secreted antimicrobial proteins of the intestinal BacteriodalesGrant Why?
Antimicrobial proteins with homology to serine proteases.Academic Article Why?
Bacteroidales Secreted Antimicrobial Proteins Target Surface Molecules Necessary for Gut Colonization and Mediate Competition In Vivo.Academic Article Why?
LBP/BPI proteins and their relatives: conservation over evolution and roles in mutualism.Academic Article Why?
Bactericidal Permeability-Increasing Proteins Shape Host-Microbe Interactions.Academic Article Why?
An antimicrobial protein of the gut symbiont Bacteroides fragilis with a MACPF domain of host immune proteins.Academic Article Why?
Characterization of azurocidin as a permeability factor in the retina: involvement in VEGF-induced and early diabetic blood-retinal barrier breakdown.Academic Article Why?
Azurocidin, a natural antibiotic from human neutrophils: expression, antimicrobial activity, and secretion.Academic Article Why?
Basic residues in azurocidin/HBP contribute to both heparin binding and antimicrobial activity.Academic Article Why?
Exploiting pathogen-induced cell death to create disease resistant plants:R01GM05Grant Why?
Azurocidin and a homologous serine protease from neutrophils. Differential antimicrobial and proteolytic properties.Academic Article Why?
Identification of constituents of human neutrophil azurophil granules that mediate fungistasis against Histoplasma capsulatum.Academic Article Why?
A proteolytically activated antimicrobial toxin encoded on a mobile plasmid of Bacteroidales induces a protective response.Academic Article Why?
Serum protein binding and extravascular distribution of antimicrobials.Academic Article Why?
VraSR two-component regulatory system and its role in induction of pbp2 and vraSR expression by cell wall antimicrobials in Staphylococcus aureus.Academic Article Why?
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