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The third helix of the Antennapedia homeodomain translocates through biological membranes.

Derossi D, Joliot AH, Chassaing G, Prochiantz A.

J Biol Chem. 1994 Apr 8;269(14):10444-50.

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Cell internalization of the third helix of the Antennapedia homeodomain is receptor-independent.

Derossi D, Calvet S, Trembleau A, Brunissen A, Chassaing G, Prochiantz A.

J Biol Chem. 1996 Jul 26;271(30):18188-93.

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Homeodomain-derived peptides. In and out of the cells.

Prochiantz A.

Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1999;886:172-9. Review.

PMID:
10667213
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Inhibition of cancer cell growth and c-Myc transcriptional activity by a c-Myc helix 1-type peptide fused to an internalization sequence.

Giorello L, Clerico L, Pescarolo MP, Vikhanskaya F, Salmona M, Colella G, Bruno S, Mancuso T, Bagnasco L, Russo P, Parodi S.

Cancer Res. 1998 Aug 15;58(16):3654-9.

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Translocation of the pAntp peptide and its amphipathic analogue AP-2AL.

Drin G, Déméné H, Temsamani J, Brasseur R.

Biochemistry. 2001 Feb 13;40(6):1824-34.

PMID:
11327845
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Antennapedia homeobox as a signal for the cellular internalization and nuclear addressing of a small exogenous peptide.

Perez F, Joliot A, Bloch-Gallego E, Zahraoui A, Triller A, Prochiantz A.

J Cell Sci. 1992 Aug;102 ( Pt 4):717-22.

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Getting hydrophilic compounds into cells: lessons from homeopeptides.

Prochiantz A.

Curr Opin Neurobiol. 1996 Oct;6(5):629-34. Review.

PMID:
8937827
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Neurotrophic activity of the Antennapedia homeodomain depends on its specific DNA-binding properties.

Le Roux I, Joliot AH, Bloch-Gallego E, Prochiantz A, Volovitch M.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1993 Oct 1;90(19):9120-4.

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Studies on the internalization mechanism of cationic cell-penetrating peptides.

Drin G, Cottin S, Blanc E, Rees AR, Temsamani J.

J Biol Chem. 2003 Aug 15;278(33):31192-201.

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Vesicle membrane interactions of penetratin analogues.

Persson D, Thorén PE, Lincoln P, Nordén B.

Biochemistry. 2004 Aug 31;43(34):11045-55.

PMID:
15323563
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Homeodomain-DNA recognition.

Gehring WJ, Qian YQ, Billeter M, Furukubo-Tokunaga K, Schier AF, Resendez-Perez D, Affolter M, Otting G, Wüthrich K.

Cell. 1994 Jul 29;78(2):211-23. Review. No abstract available.

PMID:
8044836
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A retro-inverso peptide homologous to helix 1 of c-Myc is a potent and specific inhibitor of proliferation in different cellular systems.

Pescarolo MP, Bagnasco L, Malacarne D, Melchiori A, Valente P, Millo E, Bruno S, Basso S, Parodi S.

FASEB J. 2001 Jan;15(1):31-33.

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Conformational analysis by NMR and distance geometry techniques of a peptide mimetic of the third helix of the Antennapedia homeodomain.

Saviano M, Isernia C, Bassarello C, Di Lello P, Galdiero S, Mierke DF, Benedetti E, Pedone C.

J Pept Res. 2005 Feb;65(2):200-8.

PMID:
15705164
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alpha-2,8-Polysialic acid is the neuronal surface receptor of antennapedia homeobox peptide.

Joliot AH, Triller A, Volovitch M, Pernelle C, Prochiantz A.

New Biol. 1991 Nov;3(11):1121-34.

PMID:
1777485
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Conformational changes in the PBX homeodomain and C-terminal extension upon binding DNA and HOX-derived YPWM peptides.

Sprules T, Green N, Featherstone M, Gehring K.

Biochemistry. 2000 Aug 15;39(32):9943-50.

PMID:
10933814
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