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I Pastan et al.
Science (New York, N.Y.), 254(5035), 1173-1177 (1991-11-22)
Recombinant toxins target cell surface receptors and antigens on tumor cells. They kill by mechanisms different from conventional chemotherapy, so that cross resistance to conventional chemotherapeutic agents should not be a problem. Furthermore, they are not mutagens and should not
D J Hassett
Journal of bacteriology, 178(24), 7322-7325 (1996-12-01)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa produced alginate and elevated algD (encoding GDPmannose 6-dehydrogenase) transcription under strict anaerobic conditions, especially when using nitrate as a terminal electron acceptor. Purified alginate added to bacterial suspensions caused a decrease in growth, suggesting that alginate contributes to
R Hertle et al.
Infection and immunity, 69(11), 6962-6969 (2001-10-13)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is the major infectious agent of concern for cystic fibrosis patients. Strategies to prevent colonization by this bacterium and/or neutralize its virulence factors are clearly needed. Here we characterize a dual-function vaccine designed to generate antibodies to reduce
Jie Gao et al.
Molecular cancer therapeutics, 7(10), 3399-3407 (2008-10-15)
We reported previously the development of SMFv-PE38KDEL type I mutant (PE38KDEL-I; Mut-I), a recombinant immunotoxin in which a single-chain antibody derived from mouse SM5-1 monoclonal antibody is genetically fused to PE38KDEL-I. In comparison with the SMFv-PE38KDEL wild-type, Mut-I showed improved
Shaan L Gellatly et al.
Pathogens and disease, 67(3), 159-173 (2013-04-27)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a metabolically versatile bacterium that can cause a wide range of severe opportunistic infections in patients with serious underlying medical conditions. These infections are characterized by an intense neutrophilic response resulting in significant damage to host tissues
John E Weldon et al.
The FEBS journal, 278(23), 4683-4700 (2011-05-19)
Pseudomonas exotoxin A (PE) is a highly toxic protein secreted by the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The modular structure and corresponding mechanism of action of PE make it amenable to extensive modifications that can redirect its potent cytotoxicity from disease
Manuel Simon et al.
Molecular cancer therapeutics, 13(2), 375-385 (2013-11-05)
Fusion toxins used for cancer-related therapy have demonstrated short circulation half-lives, which impairs tumor localization and, hence, efficacy. Here, we demonstrate that the pharmacokinetics of a fusion toxin composed of a designed ankyrin repeat protein (DARPin) and domain I-truncated Pseudomonas
Lawrence R Mulcahy et al.
Microbial ecology, 68(1), 1-12 (2013-10-08)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a ubiquitous organism that is the focus of intense research because of its prominent role in disease. Due to its relatively large genome and flexible metabolic capabilities, this organism exploits numerous environmental niches. It is an opportunistic
J Hwang et al.
Cell, 48(1), 129-136 (1987-01-16)
Pseudomonas exotoxin A is a single chain toxin with three structural domains that inhibits protein synthesis in eukaryotic cells by catalyzing ADP ribosylation of elongation factor 2. To study the function of these domains, we deleted different portions of the
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