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Possible role of phosphatidylserine-hemocyanin interaction in the innate immune response of Limulus polyphemus. Developmental and Comparative Immunology 35:155-163.2011.
The Primary Role of Fibrinogen-Related Proteins in Invertebrates Is Defense, Not Coagulation. Journal of Innate Immunity 3:17-27.2011.
Immunocompetent molecules and their response network in horseshoe crabs . Pages 122-136 in , editors. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Invertebrate Immunity. Springer Verlag, Berlin.2010.
Coagulation and innate immune responses: can we view them separately?. Blood 114:2367-2374.2009.
Factor G Utilizes a Carbohydrate-Binding Cleft That Is Conserved between Horseshoe Crab and Bacteria for the Recognition of beta-1,3-D-Glucans. Journal of Immunology 183:3810-3818.2009.
Factor C Acts as a Lipopolysaccharide-Responsive C3 Convertase in Horseshoe Crab Complement Activation. Journal of Immunology 181:7994-8001.2008.
Membrane pore formation by pentraxin proteins from Limulus, the American horseshoe crab. Biochemical Journal 413:305-313.2008.
An arthropod cuticular chitin-binding protein endows injured sites with transglutaminase-dependent mesh. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282:37316-37324.2007.
A cysteine-rich protein from an arthropod stabilizes clotting mesh and immobilizes bacteria at injury sites. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282.2007.
Early studies on the coagulogen (clottable protein) of Limulus polyphemus (horseshoe crab). Thrombosis and Haemostasis 98:129-130.2007.