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Mr Knoops, Bernard

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    Université Catholique de Louvain; Institut des Sciences de la Vie (ISV), more
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    ( 5 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Peer reviewed article Gagnière, N.; Jollivet, D.; Boutet, I.; Brélivet, Y.; Busso, D.; Da Silva, C.; Gaill, F.; Higuet, D.; Hourdez, S.; Knoops, B.; Lallier, F.; Leize-Wagner, E.; Mary, J.; Moras, D.; Perrodou, E.; Rees, J.-F.; Segurens, B.; Shillito, B.; Tanguy, A.; Thierry, J.-C.; Weissenbach, J.; Wincker, P.; Zal, F.; Poch, O.; Lecompte, O. (2010). Insights into metazoan evolution from Alvinella pompejana cDNAs. BMC Genom. 11: 634., more
  • Peer reviewed article Genard, B.; Marie, B.; Loumaye, E.; Knoops, B.; Legendre, P.; Zal, F.; Rees, J.-F. (2013). Living in a hot redox soup: antioxidant defences of the hydrothermal worm Alvinella pompejana. Aquat. Biol. 18(3): 217-228., more
  • Peer reviewed article Loumaye, E.; Andersen, A.C.; Clippe, A.; Degand, H.; Dubuisson, M.; Zal, F.; Morsomme, P.; Rees, J.F.; Knoops, B. (2008). Cloning and characterization of Arenicola marina peroxiredoxin 6, an annelid two-cysteine peroxiredoxin highly homologous to mammalian one-cysteine peroxiredoxins. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 45(4): 482-493., more
  • Peer reviewed article Loumaye, E.; Ferrer-Sueta, G.; Alvarez, B.; Rees, J.-F.; Clippe, A.; Knoops, B.; Radi, R.; Trujillo, M. (2011). Kinetic studies of peroxiredoxin 6 from Arenicola marina: rapid oxidation by hydrogen peroxide and peroxynitrite but lack of reduction by hydrogen sulfide. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 514(1-2): 1-7., more
  • Peer reviewed article Smeets, A.; Loumaye, E.; Clippe, A.; Rees, J.-F.; Knoops, B.; Declercq, J.-P. (2008). The crystal structure of the C45S mutant of annelid Arenicola marina peroxiredoxin 6 supports its assignment to the mechanistically typical 2-Cys subfamily without any formation of toroid-shaped decamers. Protein Sci. 17(4): 700-710., more

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