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Authors: Toietta, G Severini, GM Traversari, C Tomatsu, S Sukegawa, K Fukuda, S Kondo, N Tortora, P Bordignon, C
Citation: G. Toietta et al., Various cells retrovirally transduced with N-acetylgalactosoamine-6-sulfate sulfatase correct morquio skin fibroblasts in vitro, HUM GENE TH, 12(16), 2001, pp. 2007-2016

Authors: Takahashi, Y Sukegawa, K Aoki, M Ito, A Suzuki, K Sakaguchi, H Watanabe, M Isogai, K Mizuno, S Hoshi, H Kuwata, K Tomatsu, S Kato, S Ito, T Kondo, N Orii, T
Citation: Y. Takahashi et al., Evaluation of accumulated mucopolysaccharides in the brain of patients with mucopolysaccharidoses by H-1-magnetic resonance spectroscopy before and after bone marrow transplantation, PEDIAT RES, 49(3), 2001, pp. 349-355

Authors: Sly, WS Vogler, C Grubb, JH Zhou, M Jiang, JX Zhou, XY Tomatsu, S Bi, YH Snella, EM
Citation: Ws. Sly et al., Active site mutant transgene confers tolerance to human beta-glucuronidasewithout affecting the phenotype of MPS VII mice, P NAS US, 98(5), 2001, pp. 2205-2210

Authors: Fleming, RE Holden, CC Tomatsu, S Waheed, A Brunt, EM Britton, RS Bacon, BR Roopenian, DC Sly, WS
Citation: Re. Fleming et al., Mouse strain differences determine severity of iron accumulation in Hfe knockout model of hereditary hemochromatosis, P NAS US, 98(5), 2001, pp. 2707-2711

Authors: Sukegawa, K Nakamura, H Kato, Z Tomatsu, S Montano, AM Fukao, T Toietta, G Tortora, P Orii, T Kondo, N
Citation: K. Sukegawa et al., Biochemical and structural analysis of missense mutations in N-acetylgalactosamine-6-sulfate-sulfatase causing mucopolysaccharidosis IVA phenotypes, HUM MOL GEN, 9(9), 2000, pp. 1283-1290

Authors: Montano, AM Yamagishi, A Tomatsu, S Fukuda, S Copeland, NG Orii, KE Isogai, K Yamada, N Kato, ZI Jenkins, NA Gilbert, DJ Sukegawa, K Orii, T Kondo, N
Citation: Am. Montano et al., The mouse N-acetylgalactosamine-6-sulfate sulfatase (Galns) gene: cDNA isolation, genomic characterization, chromosomal assignment and analysis of the 5 '-flanking region, BBA-MOL BAS, 1500(3), 2000, pp. 323-334

Authors: Parkkila, S Parkkila, AK Waheed, A Britton, RS Zhou, XY Fleming, RE Tomatsu, S Bacon, BR Sly, WS
Citation: S. Parkkila et al., Cell surface expression of HFE protein in epithelial cells, macrophages, and monocytes, HAEMATOLOG, 85(4), 2000, pp. 340-345

Authors: Fleming, RE Migas, MC Holden, CC Waheed, A Britton, RS Tomatsu, S Bacon, BR Sly, WS
Citation: Re. Fleming et al., Transferrin receptor 2: Continued expression in mouse liver in the face ofiron overload and in hereditary hemochromatosis, P NAS US, 97(5), 2000, pp. 2214-2219

Authors: Iwata, S Sukegawa, K Kokuryu, M Tomatsu, S Kondo, N Iwasa, S Orii, T
Citation: S. Iwata et al., Glycosaminoglycans in neonatal urine, ARCH DIS CH, 82(1), 2000, pp. F78-F78

Authors: Fleming, RE Migas, MC Zhou, XY Jiang, JX Britton, RS Brunt, EM Tomatsu, S Waheed, A Bacon, BR Sly, WS
Citation: Re. Fleming et al., Mechanism of increased iron absorption in murine model of hereditary hemochromatosis: Increased duodenal expression of the iron transporter DMT1, P NAS US, 96(6), 1999, pp. 3143-3148

Authors: Waheed, A Parkkila, S Saarnio, J Fleming, RE Zhou, XY Tomatsu, S Britton, RS Bacon, BR Sly, WS
Citation: A. Waheed et al., Association of HFE protein with transferrin receptor in crypt enterocytes of human duodenum, P NAS US, 96(4), 1999, pp. 1579-1584

Authors: Islam, MR Tomatsu, S Shah, GN Grubb, JH Jain, S Sly, WS
Citation: Mr. Islam et al., Active site residues of human beta-glucuronidase - Evidence for Glu(540) as the nucleophile and Glu(451) as the acid-base residue, J BIOL CHEM, 274(33), 1999, pp. 23451-23455

Authors: Islam, MR Waheed, A Shah, GN Tomatsu, S Sly, WS
Citation: Mr. Islam et al., Human egasyn binds beta-glucuronidase but neither the esterase active siteof egasyn nor the C terminus of beta-glucuronidase is involved in their interaction, ARCH BIOCH, 372(1), 1999, pp. 53-61
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