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Enter the dragon: The dynamic and multifunctional evolution of anguimorpha lizard venoms Journal article
Toxins, 2017,Volume: 9,Issue: 8
Authors:  Koludarov I.;  Jackson T.N.W.;  op den Brouw B.;  Dobson J.;  Dashevsky D.;  Arbuckle K.;  Clemente C.J.;  Stockdale E.J.;  Cochran C.;  Debono J.;  Stephens C.;  Panagides N.;  Li B.;  Manchadi M.-L.R.;  Violette A.;  Fourmy R.;  Hendrikx I.;  Nouwens A.;  Clements J.;  Martelli P.;  Kwok H.F.;  Fry B.G.
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Coagulation  Evolution  Fibrinogen  Lizard  Proteomics  Toxicofera  Venom  
Proteomic and genomic studies on lizard venoms in the last decade Journal article
Proteomics Insights, 2010,Volume: 3,Issue: 1,Page: 25-31
Authors:  Kwok H.F.;  Ivanyi C.;  Morris A.;  Shaw C.
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Bioactivity  Genomics  Lizards  Peptides  Proteomics  Venoms  
Functional and structural diversification of the anguimorpha lizard venom system Journal article
Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, 2010,Volume: 9,Issue: 11,Page: 2369-2390
Authors:  Fry B.G.;  Winter K.;  Norman J.A.;  Roelants K.;  Nabuurs R.J.A.;  Van Osch M.J.P.;  Teeuwisse W.M.;  Van Der Weerd L.;  Mcnaughtan J.E.;  Kwok H.F.;  Scheib H.;  Greisman L.;  Kochva E.;  Miller L.J.;  Gao F.;  Karas J.;  Scanlon D.;  Lin F.;  Kuruppu S.;  Shaw C.;  Wong L.;  Hodgsonc W.C.
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Novel venom proteins produced by differential domain-expression strategies in beaded lizards and gila monsters (genus Heloderma) Journal article
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2010,Volume: 27,Issue: 2,Page: 395-407
Authors:  Fry B.G.;  Roelants K.;  Winter K.;  Hodgson W.C.;  Griesman L.;  Kwok H.F.;  Scanlon D.;  Karas J.;  Shaw C.;  Wong L.;  Norman J.A.
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Adaptive Evolution  Byetta  Exendin  Heloderma  Molecular Evolution  Protein  Toxin  Venom  
The structure of helokinestatin-5 and its biosynthetic precursor from Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) venom: Evidence for helokinestatin antagonism of bradykinin-induced relaxation of rat tail artery smooth muscle Journal article
Peptides, 2010,Volume: 31,Issue: 8,Page: 1555-1561
Authors:  Zhang Y.;  Wang L.;  Zhou M.;  Zhou Z.;  Chen X.;  Chen T.;  Kwok H.;  Ivanyi C.;  Shaw C.
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Antagonist  Bradykinin  Lizard  Mass Spectrometry  Molecular Cloning  Venom  
DNA in amphibian and reptile venom permits access to genomes without specimen sacrifice Journal article
Genomics Insights, 2008,Volume: 1,Page: 17-24
Authors:  Kwok H.F.;  Chen T.;  Ivanyi C.;  Shaw C.
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Drug discovery  Frog  Genomic DNA  Lizard  Molecular phylogenetics  Skin secretion  Venom  
Isolation and cloning of exendin precursor cDNAs from single samples of venom from the Mexican beaded lizard (Heloderma horridum) and the Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) Journal article
Toxicon, 2006,Volume: 47,Issue: 3,Page: 288-295
Authors:  Chen T.;  Kwok H.;  Ivanyi C.;  Shaw C.
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Biodiversity  Cdna Cloning  Drug Discovery  Exendin  Lizard  Venom  
Unmasking venom gland transcriptomes in reptile venoms Journal article
Analytical Biochemistry, 2002,Volume: 311,Issue: 2,Page: 152-156
Authors:  Chen T.;  Bjourson A.J.;  Orr D.F.;  Kwok H.;  Rao P.;  Ivanyi C.;  Shaw C.
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