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1999Lysine degradation through the saccharopine pathway in mammals: involvement of both bifunctional and monofunctional lysine-degrading enzymes in mousePapes, F; Kemper, EL; Cord-Neto, G; Langone, F; Arruda, P-Artigo de periódico
2002Expression and activity of nitric oxide synthase isoforms in rat brain during the development of experimental allergic encephalomyelitisTeixeira, SA; Castro, GM; Papes, F; Martins, ML; Rogerio, F; Langone, F; Santos, LMB; Arruda, P; de Nucci, G; Muscara, MN-Artigo de periódico
2001The essential amino acid lysine acts as precursor of glutamate in the mammalian central nervous systemPapes, F; Surpili, MJ; Langone, F; Trigo, JR; Arruda, P-Artigo de periódico
2010Transcriptome analysis of the oil-rich seed of the bioenergy crop Jatropha curcas LCosta, GGL; Cardoso, KC; Del Bem, LEV; Lima, AC; Cunha, MAS; de Campos-Leite, L; Vicentini, R; Papes, F; Moreira, RC; Yunes, JA; Campos, FAP; Da Silva, MJ-Artigo de periódico
2010The Vomeronasal Organ Mediates Interspecies Defensive Behaviors through Detection of Protein Pheromone HomologsPapes, F; Logan, DW; Stowers, L-Artigo de periódico
1999The role of Opaque2 in the control of lysine-degrading activities in developing maize endospermKemper, EL; Neto, GC; Papes, F; Moraes, KCM; Leite, A; Arruda, P-Artigo de periódico
1999Lysine Degradation Through The Saccharopine Pathway In Mammals: Involvement Of Both Bifunctional And Monofunctional Lysine-degrading Enzymes In Mouse.Papes, F; Kemper, E L; Cord-Neto, G; Langone, F; Arruda, P-Artigo de periódico
1999The Role Of Opaque2 In The Control Of Lysine-degrading Activities In Developing Maize Endosperm.Kemper, E L; Neto, G C; Papes, F; Moraes, K C; Leite, A; Arruda, P-Artigo de periódico
2000Regulation Of Lysine Catabolism In Higher Plants.Arruda, P; Kemper, E L; Papes, F; Leite, A-Artigo de periódico
2001The Essential Amino Acid Lysine Acts As Precursor Of Glutamate In The Mammalian Central Nervous System.Papes, F; Surpili, M J; Langone, F; Trigo, J R; Arruda, P-Artigo de periódico