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2001
Zegers, I., J. C. Martins, R. Willem, L. Wyns, and J. Messens, "Arsenate reductase from S. aureus plasmid pI258 is a phosphatase drafted for redox duty.", Nat Struct Biol, vol. 8, issue 10, pp. 843-7, 2001 Oct.
Conrath, K. E., M. Lauwereys, M. Galleni, A. Matagne, J. M. Frère, J. Kinne, L. Wyns, and S. Muyldermans, "Beta-lactamase inhibitors derived from single-domain antibody fragments elicited in the camelidae.", Antimicrob Agents Chemother, vol. 45, issue 10, pp. 2807-12, 2001 Oct.
K Conrath, E., M. Lauwereys, L. Wyns, and S. Muyldermans, "Camel single-domain antibodies as modular building units in bispecific and bivalent antibody constructs.", J Biol Chem, vol. 276, issue 10, pp. 7346-50, 2001 Mar 9.
Govaerts, C., A. Lefort, S. Costagliola, S. J. Wodak, J. A. Ballesteros, J. Van Sande, L. Pardo, and G. Vassart, "A conserved Asn in transmembrane helix 7 is an on/off switch in the activation of the thyrotropin receptor.", J Biol Chem, vol. 276, issue 25, pp. 22991-9, 2001 Jun 22.
Tompa, P., Y. Emori, H. Sorimachi, K. Suzuki, and P. Friedrich, "Domain III of calpain is a ca2+-regulated phospholipid-binding domain.", Biochem Biophys Res Commun, vol. 280, issue 5, pp. 1333-9, 2001 Feb 9.
Lerouge, I., T. Laeremans, C. Verreth, J. Vanderleyden, C. Van Soom, A. Tobin, and R. W. Carlson, "Identification of an ATP-binding cassette transporter for export of the O-antigen across the inner membrane in Rhizobium etli based on the genetic, functional, and structural analysis of an lps mutant deficient in O-antigen.", J Biol Chem, vol. 276, issue 20, pp. 17190-8, 2001 May 18.
Muyldermans, S., C. Cambillau, and L. Wyns, "Recognition of antigens by single-domain antibody fragments: the superfluous luxury of paired domains.", Trends Biochem Sci, vol. 26, issue 4, pp. 230-5, 2001 Apr.
Govaerts, C., C. Blanpain, X. Deupi, S. Ballet, J. A. Ballesteros, S. J. Wodak, G. Vassart, L. Pardo, and M. Parmentier, "The TXP motif in the second transmembrane helix of CCR5. A structural determinant of chemokine-induced activation.", J Biol Chem, vol. 276, issue 16, pp. 13217-25, 2001 Apr 20.

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