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2015Delineation of the IGF-II C domain elements involved in binding and activation of the IR-A, IR-B and IGF-IRHenderson, S.; Brierley, G.; Surinya, K.; Priebe, I.; Catcheside, D.; Wallace, J.; Forbes, B.; Cosgrove, L.
2012Roles of Arg427 and Arg472 in the binding and allosteric effects of acetyl CoA in pyruvate carboxylaseAdina-Zada, A.; Sereeruk, C.; Jitrapakdee, S.; Zeczycki, T.; Maurice, M.; Cleland, W.; Wallace, J.; Attwood, P.
2012Insulin-like growth factor binding protein-2: NMR analysis and structural characterization of the N-terminal domainGalea, C.; Mobli, M.; McNeil, K.; Mulhern, T.; Wallace, J.; King, G.; Forbes, B.; Norton, R.
2011Probing the allosteric activation of pyruvate carboxylase using 2',3'-O-(2,4,6-trinitrophenyl) adenosine 5'-triphosphate as a fluorescent mimic of the allosteric activator acetyl CoAAdina-Zada, A.; Hazra, R.; Sereeruk, C.; Jitrapakdee, S.; Zeczycki, T.; Maurice, M.; Cleland, W.; Wallace, J.; Attwood, P.
2010Regulation of insulin secretion: role of mitochondrial signallingJitrapakdee, S.; Wutthisathapornchai, A.; Wallace, J.; MacDonald, M.
2011Activation and inhibition of pyruvate carboxylase from Rhizobium etliZeczycki, T.; Menefee, A.; Jitrapakdee, S.; Wallace, J.; Attwood, P.; Maurice, M.; Cleland, W.
2011Interaction between the biotin carboxyl carrier domain and the biotin carboxylase domain in pyruvate carboxylase from rhizobium etliLietzan, A.; Menefee, A.; Zeczycki, T.; Kumar, S.; Attwood, P.; Wallace, J.; Cleland, W.; Maurice, M.
2010My favorite pyruvate carboxylase featureWallace, J.
2010Silencing of the insulin receptor isoform A favors formation of type 1 insulin-like growth factor receptor (IGF-IR) homodimers and enhances ligand-induced IGF-IR activation and viability of human colon carcinoma cellsBrierley, G.; Macaulay, S.; Forbes, B.; Wallace, J.; Cosgrove, L.; Macaulay, V.
2015Pyruvate carboxylase is up-regulated in breast cancer and essential to support growth and invasion of MDA-MB-231 cellsPhannasil, P.; Thuwajit, C.; Warnnissorn, M.; Wallace, J.; MacDonald, M.; Jitrapakdee, S.