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Antonio Villalobo
Antonio Villalobo
Instituto de Investigaciones Sanitarias Hospital Universitario La Paz, Edificio IdiPAZ
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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (4th edition)1
DJ Klionsky, AK Abdel-Aziz, S Abdelfatah, M Abdellatif, A Abdoli, S Abel, ...
autophagy 17 (1), 1-382, 2021
106482021
Calmodulin-binding proteins as calpain substrates.
KK Wang, A Villalobo, BD Roufogalis
Biochemical Journal 262 (3), 693, 1989
3591989
The many faces of calmodulin in cell proliferation, programmed cell death, autophagy, and cancer
MW Berchtold, A Villalobo
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1843 (2), 398-435, 2014
3572014
Nitric oxide and cell proliferation
A Villalobo
The FEBS journal 273 (11), 2329-2344, 2006
2152006
Phosphorylation of calmodulin: functional implications
G Benaim, A Villalobo
European Journal of Biochemistry 269 (15), 3619-3631, 2002
2022002
The human epidermal growth factor receptor contains a juxtamembrane calmodulin-binding site
J Martín-Nieto, A Villalobo
Biochemistry 37 (1), 227-236, 1998
1571998
A guide to signaling pathways connecting protein-glycan interaction with the emerging versatile effector functionality of mammalian lectins
A Villalobo, A Nogales-González, HJ Gabius
Trends in Glycoscience and Glycotechnology 18 (99), 1-37, 2006
1562006
Phosphorylation of connexin-32 by protein kinase C prevents its proteolysis by mu-calpain and m-calpain
M Elvira, JA Diez, KK Wang, A Villalobo
Journal of Biological Chemistry 268 (19), 14294-14300, 1993
1111993
Signaling pathways for transduction of the initial message of the glycocode into cellular responses
A Villalobo, HJ Gabius
Acta anatomica 161 (1-4), 110-129, 1998
1061998
The plasma membrane calcium pump: a multiregulated transporter
KKW Wang, A Villalobo, BD Roufogalis
Trends in cell biology 2 (2), 46-52, 1992
1061992
Activation of the Ca2+-ATPase of human erythrocyte membrane by an endogenous Ca2+-dependent neutral protease
KKW Wang, A Villalobo, BD Roufogalis
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 260 (2), 696-704, 1988
1011988
Nitric oxide reversibly inhibits the epidermal growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase
C Estrada, C Gómez, J Martín-Nieto, T DE FRUTOS, A Jiménez, ...
Biochemical Journal 326 (2), 369-376, 1997
991997
Calmodulin inhibits the epidermal growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase.
E San Jose, A Benguria, P Geller, A Villalobo
Journal of biological chemistry 267 (21), 15237-15245, 1992
981992
Calmodulin as a protein linker and a regulator of adaptor/scaffold proteins
A Villalobo, H Ishida, HJ Vogel, MW Berchtold
Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1865 (3), 507-521, 2018
972018
Energy transduction by the reconstituted b-c1 complex from yeast mitochondria. Inhibitory effects of dicyclohexylcarbodiimide.
DS Beattie, A Villalobo
Journal of Biological Chemistry 257 (24), 14745-14752, 1982
841982
Electrogenic proton translocation coupled to ATP hydrolysis by the plasma membrane Mg2+-dependent ATPase of yeast in reconstituted proteoliposomes.
A Villalobo, M Boutry, A Goffeau
Journal of Biological Chemistry 256 (23), 12081-12087, 1981
791981
Membrane-permeable calmodulin inhibitors (eg W-7/W-13) bind to membranes, changing the electrostatic surface potential: dual effect of W-13 on epidermal growth factor receptor …
P Sengupta, M José, F Tebar, U Golebiewska, I Zaitseva, C Enrich, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (11), 8474-8486, 2007
762007
The role of calmodulin in tumor cell migration, invasiveness, and metastasis
A Villalobo, MW Berchtold
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 21 (3), 765, 2020
752020
Calmodulin‐mediated regulation of the epidermal growth factor receptor
P Sánchez‐González, K Jellali, A Villalobo
The FEBS journal 277 (2), 327-342, 2010
712010
Evidence for the direct interaction between calmodulin and the human epidermal growth factor receptor
H Li, A Villalobo
Biochemical Journal 362 (2), 499-505, 2002
692002
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