J. Gerard Wall
J. Gerard Wall
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Mechanistic and structural features of protein adsorption onto mesoporous silicates
J Deere, E Magner, JG Wall, BK Hodnett
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 106 (29), 7340-7347, 2002
Adsorption and activity of cytochrome c on mesoporous silicates
J Deere, E Magner, JG Wall, BK Hodnett
Chemical Communications, 465-465, 2001
Effects of overexpressing folding modulators on the< i> in vivo</i> folding of heterologous proteins in< i> Escherichia coli</i>
JG Wall, A Plückthun
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 6 (5), 507-516, 1995
Use of folding modulators to improve heterologous protein production in Escherichia coli
O Kolaj, S Spada, S Robin, JG Wall
Microbial Cell Factories 8 (1), 9.1-9.17, 2009
Adsorption and activity of proteins onto mesoporous silica
J Deere, E Magner, JG Wall, BK Hodnett
Catalysis Letters 85 (1), 19-23, 2003
The antibacterial effects of zinc ion migration from zinc-based glass polyalkenoate cements
D Boyd, H Li, DA Tanner, MR Towler, JG Wall
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 17 (6), 489-494, 2006
Insights into the mode of action of a putative zinc transporter CzrB in Thermus thermophilus
V Cherezov, N Höfer, DME Szebenyi, O Kolaj, JG Wall, R Gillilan, ...
Structure 16 (9), 1378-1388, 2008
Preliminary work on the antibacterial effect of strontium in glass ionomer cements
A Guida, MR Towler, JG Wall, RG Hill, S Eramo
Journal of Materials Science Letters 22 (20), 1401-1403, 2003
Optimisation of production of a domoic acid-binding scFv antibody fragment in< i> Escherichia coli</i> using molecular chaperones and functional immobilisation on a mesoporous …
X Hu, L O’Hara, S White, E Magner, M Kane, J Gerard Wall
Protein Expression and Purification 52 (1), 194-201, 2007
Identification of cell surface–specific markers to target human nucleus pulposus cells: Expression of carbonic anhydrase XII varies with age and degeneration
KA Power, S Grad, JPHJ Rutges, LB Creemers, MHP van Rijen, ...
Arthritis & Rheumatism 63 (12), 3876-3886, 2011
Thermal unfolding and refolding of lysozyme in deep eutectic solvents and their aqueous dilutions
R Esquembre, JM Sanz, JG Wall, F del Monte, CR Mateo, ML Ferrer
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (27), 11248-11256, 2013
The hierarchy of mutations influencing the folding of antibody domains in Escherichia coli
JG Wall, A Plückthun
Protein Engineering 12 (7), 605-611, 1999
Cloning, expression and characterisation of a single-chain Fv antibody fragment against domoic acid in< i> Escherichia coli</i>
X Hu, R O’Dwyer, JG Wall
Journal of Biotechnology 120 (1), 38-45, 2005
Engineering of a fungal β-galactosidase to remove product inhibition by galactose
X Hu, S Robin, S O’Connell, G Walsh, JG Wall
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 87 (5), 1773-1782, 2010
Isolation of a novel Thermus thermophilus metal efflux protein that improves Escherichia coli growth under stress conditions
S Spada, TJ Pembroke, GJ Wall
Extremophiles 6 (4), 301-308, 2002
Poly (ethylene glycol)-based hyperbranched polymer from RAFT and its application as a silver-sulfadiazine-loaded antibacterial hydrogel in wound care
S McMahon, R Kennedy, P Duffy, JM Vasquez, JG Wall, H Tai, W Wang
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (40), 26648-26656, 2016
Adding functions to biomaterial surfaces through protein incorporation
MA Wronska, IB O'Connor, MA Tilbury, A Srivastava, JG Wall
Advanced Materials 28 (27), 5485-5508, 2016
Polymer-antibody fragment conjugates for biomedical applications
A Srivastava, IB O’Connor, A Pandit, JG Wall
Progress in polymer science 39 (2), 308-329, 2014
Oxidation of ABTS by Silicate‐Immobilized Cytochrome c in Nonaqueous Solutions
J Deere, E Magner, JG Wall, BK Hodnett
Biotechnology Progress 19 (4), 1238-1243, 2008
Adsorption and activity of a domoic acid binding antibody fragment on mesoporous silicates
X Hu, S Spada, S White, S Hudson, E Magner, JG Wall
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (37), 18703-18709, 2006
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