Antimicrobial peptide(20)
1 Common mechanisms of target cell recognition and immunity for class II bacteriocins.
2 Injury enhances TLR2 function and antimicrobial peptide expression through a vitamin D-dependent mechanism.
3 Peptidoglycan recognition proteins: pleiotropic sensors and effectors of antimicrobial defences
4 An anti-infective peptide that selectively modulates the innate immune response
5 In vivo imaging of hepcidin promoter stimulation by iron and inflammation
6 Shrimp (Penaeus monodon) anti-lipopolysaccharide factor reduces the lethality of Pseudomonas aeruginosa sepsis in mice
7 Parallel evaluation of antimicrobial peptides derived from the synthetic PAF26 and the human LL37
8 The chicken host peptides, gallinacins 4, 7, and 9 have antimicrobial activity against Salmonella serovars
9 Impact of Pro Segments on the Folding and Function of Human Neutrophil -Defensins
10 Design of antimicrobial compounds based on peptide structures
11 Application of the SuzukiCMiyaura cross-coupling to increase antimicrobial potency generates promising novel antibacterials
12 Analysis of the antimicrobial activities of a chemokine-derived peptide (CDAP-4) on Pseudomonas aeruginosa
13 Antilipopolysaccharide factor (ALF) of mud crab Scylla paramamosain: Molecular cloning, genomic organization and the antimicrobial activity of its synthetic LPS binding domain
14 Structure of the antimicrobial -hairpin peptide protegrin-1 in a DLPC lipid bilayer investigated by molecular dynamics simulation
15 Characterization and expression of a new subfamily member of penaeidin antimicrobial peptides (penaeidin 5) from Fenneropenaeus chinensis
16 Three different hepcidins from tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus: Analysis of their expressions and biological functions
17 A male-specific expression gene, encodes a novel anionic antimicrobial peptide, scygonadin, in Scylla serrata
18 A member of the cathelicidin family of antimicrobial peptides is produced in the upper airway of the chinchilla and its mRNA expression is altered by common viral and bacterial co-pathogens of otitis media
19 Role of nuclear hormone receptors in butyrate-mediated up-regulation of the antimicrobial peptide cathelicidin in epithelial colorectal cells
20 Lysosomal killing of Mycobacterium mediated by ubiquitin-derived peptides is enhanced by autophagy.

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