Phosphorylation is frequently linked to Cell biology in his study. His Cell biology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Protein phosphorylation. Charles F.B. Holmes undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Protein phosphorylation and Kinase through his works. Charles F.B. Holmes integrates Kinase with Mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase in his study. His work in Mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Casein kinase 2. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Casein kinase 2 and Phosphorylation in his work. His research ties Dystrophin and Biochemistry together. By researching both Dystrophin and Gene, Charles F.B. Holmes produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He incorporates Gene and In vitro in his research.
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Okadaic acid: a new probe for the study of cellular regulation.
Philip Cohen;Charles F.B. Holmes;Yasumasa Tsukitani.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (1990)
Mannose 6-Phosphate/Insulin-like Growth Factor II Receptor Is a Death Receptor for Granzyme B during Cytotoxic T Cell–Induced Apoptosis
Bruce Motyka;Gregory Korbutt;Michael J Pinkoski;Jeffrey A Heibein.
Adsorption of microcystin-LR by activated carbon and removal in full scale water treatment
Timothy W Lambert;Charles F.B Holmes;Steve E Hrudey.
Water Research (1996)
Motuporin, A Potent Protein Phosphatase Inhibitor Isolated from the Papua New Guinea Sponge Theonella swinhoei Gray
E.Dilip de Silva;David E. Williams;Raymond J. Andersen;Heide Klix.
Tetrahedron Letters (1992)
Chemical and biological evidence links microcystins to salmon ‘netpen liver disease’
Raymond J. Andersen;Hue A. Luu;Dawn Z.X. Chen;Charles F.B. Holmes.
A molecular basis for different interactions of marine toxins with protein phosphatase-1. Molecular models for bound motuporin, microcystins, okadaic acid, and calyculin A.
John R. Bagu;Brian D. Sykes;Marcia M. Craig;Charles F. B. Holmes.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1997)
Microcystin-LR concentration in aquatic food web compartments from lakes of varying trophic status
B. G. Kotak;R. W. Zurawell;E. E. Prepas;C. F. B. Holmes.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1996)
Crystal structure of the tumor-promoter okadaic acid bound to protein phosphatase-1.
Jason T. Maynes;Katherine S. Bateman;Maia M. Cherney;Amit K. Das.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2001)
Bioaccumulation and clearance of microcystins from salt water mussels, mytilus edulis, and in vivo evidence for covalently bound microcystins in mussel tissues
David E. Williams;Sheila C. Dawe;Michael L. Kent;Raymond J. Andersen.
Molecular mechanisms underlying the interaction of motuporin and microcystins with type-1 and type-2A protein phosphatases
M. Craig;Hue Anh Luu;T. L. Mccready;D. Williams.
Biochemistry and Cell Biology (1996)
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