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Process-scale purification and analytical characterization of highly gamma-carboxylated recombinant human prothrombin.

Wendeler M, Pabst TM, Wang J, Strouse RJ, Wang X, Hunter AK.

J Chromatogr A. 2014 Jan 17;1325:171-8. doi: 10.1016/j.chroma.2013.12.024.

PMID:
24369997
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Characterization of γ-carboxylated tryptic peptides by collision-induced dissociation and electron transfer dissociation mass spectrometry.

Ramström M, Sandberg H.

Eur J Mass Spectrom (Chichester). 2011;17(5):497-506. doi: 10.1255/ejms.1149.

PMID:
22173536
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Identification of amino acids in the gamma-carboxylation recognition site on the propeptide of prothrombin.

Huber P, Schmitz T, Griffin J, Jacobs M, Walsh C, Furie B, Furie BC.

J Biol Chem. 1990 Jul 25;265(21):12467-73.

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Enhanced gamma-carboxylation of recombinant factor X using a chimeric construct containing the prothrombin propeptide.

Camire RM, Larson PJ, Stafford DW, High KA.

Biochemistry. 2000 Nov 21;39(46):14322-9.

PMID:
11087381
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The gamma-carboxylation recognition site is sufficient to direct vitamin K-dependent carboxylation on an adjacent glutamate-rich region of thrombin in a propeptide-thrombin chimera.

Furie BC, Ratcliffe JV, Tward J, Jorgensen MJ, Blaszkowsky LS, DiMichele D, Furie B.

J Biol Chem. 1997 Nov 7;272(45):28258-62.

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Biosynthesis of prothrombin: intracellular localization of the vitamin K-dependent carboxylase and the sites of gamma-carboxylation.

Bristol JA, Ratcliffe JV, Roth DA, Jacobs MA, Furie BC, Furie B.

Blood. 1996 Oct 1;88(7):2585-93.

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gamma-Carboxyglutamic acids 36 and 40 do not contribute to human factor IX function.

Gillis S, Furie BC, Furie B, Patel H, Huberty MC, Switzer M, Foster WB, Scoble HA, Bond MD.

Protein Sci. 1997 Jan;6(1):185-96.

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Immobilized hirudin and hirudin-based peptides used for the purification of recombinant human thrombin prepared from recombinant human prothrombin.

Fischer BE, Mitterer A, Schlokat U, Grillberger L, Reiter M, Mundt W, Dorner F, Eibl J.

Protein Expr Purif. 1996 Sep;8(2):167-74.

PMID:
8812854
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Direct identification of gamma-carboxyglutamic acid in the sequencing of vitamin K-dependent proteins.

Cairns JR, Williamson MK, Price PA.

Anal Biochem. 1991 Nov 15;199(1):93-7.

PMID:
1807167
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Metal and phospholipid binding properties of partially carboxylated human prothrombin variants.

Borowski M, Furie BC, Goldsmith GH, Furie B.

J Biol Chem. 1985 Aug 5;260(16):9258-64.

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Location of gamma-carboxyglutamyl residues in partially carboxylated prothrombin preparations.

Liska DJ, Suttie JW.

Biochemistry. 1988 Nov 15;27(23):8636-41.

PMID:
2464372
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Purification and characterization of ostrich prothrombin.

Frost C, Naudé R, Oelofsen W, Muramoto K, Naganuma T, Ogawa T.

Int J Biochem Cell Biol. 2000 Nov-Dec;32(11-12):1151-9.

PMID:
11137455
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Periostin, a member of a novel family of vitamin K-dependent proteins, is expressed by mesenchymal stromal cells.

Coutu DL, Wu JH, Monette A, Rivard GE, Blostein MD, Galipeau J.

J Biol Chem. 2008 Jun 27;283(26):17991-8001. doi: 10.1074/jbc.M708029200.

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Processive post-translational modification. Vitamin K-dependent carboxylation of a peptide substrate.

Morris DP, Stevens RD, Wright DJ, Stafford DW.

J Biol Chem. 1995 Dec 22;270(51):30491-8.

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Expression of completely gamma-carboxylated recombinant human prothrombin.

Jorgensen MJ, Cantor AB, Furie BC, Furie B.

J Biol Chem. 1987 May 15;262(14):6729-34.

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