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1.

Functional analysis of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors of Arabidopsis.

De Veylder L, Beeckman T, Beemster GT, Krols L, Terras F, Landrieu I, van der Schueren E, Maes S, Naudts M, Inzé D.

Plant Cell. 2001 Jul;13(7):1653-68.

2.

[Diagnosis of a cardiac mass--a case report].

Galrinho A, Ferreira D, Loureiro J, Terras F, Silva S, Ferreira R.

Rev Port Cardiol. 2000 Feb;19(2):243-8. Review. Portuguese.

PMID:
10763354
3.

Permeabilization of fungal membranes by plant defensins inhibits fungal growth.

Thevissen K, Terras FR, Broekaert WF.

Appl Environ Microbiol. 1999 Dec;65(12):5451-8.

4.

Evidence that the role of plant defensins in radish defense responses is independent of salicylic acid.

Terras FR, Penninckx IA, Goderis IJ, Broekaert WF.

Planta. 1998 Sep;206(1):117-24.

PMID:
9715534
5.

Pathogen-induced systemic activation of a plant defensin gene in Arabidopsis follows a salicylic acid-independent pathway.

Penninckx IA, Eggermont K, Terras FR, Thomma BP, De Samblanx GW, Buchala A, Métraux JP, Manners JM, Broekaert WF.

Plant Cell. 1996 Dec;8(12):2309-23.

6.

Plant defensins: novel antimicrobial peptides as components of the host defense system.

Broekaert WF, Terras FR, Cammue BP, Osborn RW.

Plant Physiol. 1995 Aug;108(4):1353-8. Review. No abstract available.

7.

Cloning and characterization of two cDNA clones encoding seed-specific antimicrobial peptides from Mirabilis jalapa L.

De Bolle MF, Eggermont K, Duncan RE, Osborn RW, Terras FR, Broekaert WF.

Plant Mol Biol. 1995 Jul;28(4):713-21.

PMID:
7647302
8.

Small cysteine-rich antifungal proteins from radish: their role in host defense.

Terras FR, Eggermont K, Kovaleva V, Raikhel NV, Osborn RW, Kester A, Rees SB, Torrekens S, Van Leuven F, Vanderleyden J, et al.

Plant Cell. 1995 May;7(5):573-88.

9.

Expression of functional Raphanus sativus antifungal protein in yeast.

Alves AL, De Samblanx GW, Terras FR, Cammue BP, Broekaert WF.

FEBS Lett. 1994 Jul 18;348(3):228-32.

10.

Gene-encoded antimicrobial peptides from plants.

Cammue BP, De Bolle MF, Schoofs HM, Terras FR, Thevissen K, Osborn RW, Rees SB, Broekaert WF.

Ciba Found Symp. 1994;186:91-101; discussion 101-6. Review.

PMID:
7768160
11.

Synergistic Enhancement of the Antifungal Activity of Wheat and Barley Thionins by Radish and Oilseed Rape 2S Albumins and by Barley Trypsin Inhibitors.

Terras F, Schoofs H, Thevissen K, Osborn RW, Vanderleyden J, Cammue B, Broekaert WF.

Plant Physiol. 1993 Dec;103(4):1311-1319.

12.

A new family of basic cysteine-rich plant antifungal proteins from Brassicaceae species.

Terras FR, Torrekens S, Van Leuven F, Osborn RW, Vanderleyden J, Cammue BP, Broekaert WF.

FEBS Lett. 1993 Feb 1;316(3):233-40.

13.

In Vitro Antifungal Activity of a Radish (Raphanus sativus L.) Seed Protein Homologous to Nonspecific Lipid Transfer Proteins.

Terras FR, Goderis IJ, Van Leuven F, Vanderleyden J, Cammue BP, Broekaert WF.

Plant Physiol. 1992 Oct;100(2):1055-8.

14.

Analysis of two novel classes of plant antifungal proteins from radish (Raphanus sativus L.) seeds.

Terras FR, Schoofs HM, De Bolle MF, Van Leuven F, Rees SB, Vanderleyden J, Cammue BP, Broekaert WF.

J Biol Chem. 1992 Aug 5;267(22):15301-9.

15.

Antimicrobial peptides from Amaranthus caudatus seeds with sequence homology to the cysteine/glycine-rich domain of chitin-binding proteins.

Broekaert WF, Mariën W, Terras FR, De Bolle MF, Proost P, Van Damme J, Dillen L, Claeys M, Rees SB, Vanderleyden J, et al.

Biochemistry. 1992 May 5;31(17):4308-14.

PMID:
1567877
16.

Isolation and characterization of a novel class of plant antimicrobial peptides form Mirabilis jalapa L. seeds.

Cammue BP, De Bolle MF, Terras FR, Proost P, Van Damme J, Rees SB, Vanderleyden J, Broekaert WF.

J Biol Chem. 1992 Feb 5;267(4):2228-33.

17.

A technique for detecting antifungal activity of proteins separated by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.

De Bolle MF, Goderis IJ, Terras FR, Cammue BP, Broekaert WF.

Electrophoresis. 1991 Jun;12(6):442-4.

PMID:
1889394

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