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N-linked oligosaccharides play a role in disulphide-dependent dimerization of intestinal mucin Muc2.

Bell SL, Xu G, Khatri IA, Wang R, Rahman S, Forstner JF.

Biochem J. 2003 Aug 1;373(Pt 3):893-900.

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The recombinant C-terminus of the human MUC2 mucin forms dimers in Chinese-hamster ovary cells and heterodimers with full-length MUC2 in LS 174T cells.

Lidell ME, Johansson ME, Mörgelin M, Asker N, Gum JR Jr, Kim YS, Hansson GC.

Biochem J. 2003 Jun 1;372(Pt 2):335-45.

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Evidence that a peptide corresponding to the rat Muc2 C-terminus undergoes disulphide-mediated dimerization.

Bell SL, Khatri IA, Xu G, Forstner JF.

Eur J Biochem. 1998 Apr 1;253(1):123-31.

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Cystine knot of the gonadotropin alpha subunit is critical for intracellular behavior but not for in vitro biological activity.

Sato A, Perlas E, Ben-Menahem D, Kudo M, Pixley MR, Furuhashi M, Hsueh AJ, Boime I.

J Biol Chem. 1997 Jul 18;272(29):18098-103.

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The N terminus of the MUC2 mucin forms trimers that are held together within a trypsin-resistant core fragment.

Godl K, Johansson ME, Lidell ME, Mörgelin M, Karlsson H, Olson FJ, Gum JR Jr, Kim YS, Hansson GC.

J Biol Chem. 2002 Dec 6;277(49):47248-56. Epub 2002 Oct 8.

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Topological analysis of the hepatitis B virus core particle by cysteine-cysteine cross-linking.

Nassal M, Rieger A, Steinau O.

J Mol Biol. 1992 Jun 20;225(4):1013-25.

PMID:
1613786
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Structure/function of the human Ga1beta1,3-glucuronosyltransferase. Dimerization and functional activity are mediated by two crucial cysteine residues.

Ouzzine M, Gulberti S, Netter P, Magdalou J, Fournel-Gigleux S.

J Biol Chem. 2000 Sep 8;275(36):28254-60.

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C-Mannosylation of MUC5AC and MUC5B Cys subdomains.

Perez-Vilar J, Randell SH, Boucher RC.

Glycobiology. 2004 Apr;14(4):325-37. Epub 2004 Jan 12.

PMID:
14718370
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Structural insights into the amino-terminus of the secretin receptor: I. Status of cysteine and cystine residues.

Asmann YW, Dong M, Ganguli S, Hadac EM, Miller LJ.

Mol Pharmacol. 2000 Nov;58(5):911-9.

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The human MUC2 mucin apoprotein appears to dimerize before O-glycosylation and shares epitopes with the 'insoluble' mucin of rat small intestine.

Asker N, Baeckström D, Axelsson MA, Carlstedt I, Hansson GC.

Biochem J. 1995 Jun 15;308 ( Pt 3):873-80.

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Cysteine-524 is not the only residue involved in the formation of disulphide-bonded dimers of the insulin receptor.

Macaulay SL, Polites M, Hewish DR, Ward CW.

Biochem J. 1994 Oct 15;303 ( Pt 2):575-81.

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The oligomerization of a family of four genetically clustered human gastrointestinal mucins.

van Klinken BJ, Einerhand AW, Büller HA, Dekker J.

Glycobiology. 1998 Jan;8(1):67-75.

PMID:
9451015
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Identification of disulfide bonds among the nine core 2 N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase-M cysteines conserved in the mucin beta6-N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase family.

Singh J, Khan GA, Kinarsky L, Cheng H, Wilken J, Choi KH, Bedows E, Sherman S, Cheng PW.

J Biol Chem. 2004 Sep 10;279(37):38969-77. Epub 2004 Jun 28.

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Folding motifs induced and stabilized by distinct cystine frameworks.

Tamaoki H, Miura R, Kusunoki M, Kyogoku Y, Kobayashi Y, Moroder L.

Protein Eng. 1998 Aug;11(8):649-59.

PMID:
9749917
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Porcine submaxillary mucin forms disulfide-bonded dimers between its carboxyl-terminal domains.

Perez-Vilar J, Eckhardt AE, Hill RL.

J Biol Chem. 1996 Apr 19;271(16):9845-50.

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Formation of an antiparallel, intermolecular coiled coil is associated with in vivo dimerization of osmosensor and osmoprotectant transporter ProP in Escherichia coli.

Hillar A, Culham DE, Vernikovska YI, Wood JM, Boggs JM.

Biochemistry. 2005 Aug 2;44(30):10170-80. Erratum in: Biochemistry. 2005 Nov 29;44(47):15636.

PMID:
16042394

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