|1.||Chia, Jean-San: 3 articles (05/2009 - 06/2003)|
|2.||Ooshima, T: 2 articles (06/2010 - 10/2001)|
|3.||Nakano, K: 2 articles (06/2010 - 10/2001)|
|4.||Yeh, Chiou-Yueh: 2 articles (05/2009 - 06/2005)|
|5.||Shun, Chia-Tung: 2 articles (05/2009 - 06/2005)|
|6.||Chen, Jen-Yang: 2 articles (05/2009 - 06/2005)|
|7.||Morikawa, Y: 1 article (06/2015)|
|8.||Fujita, K: 1 article (06/2015)|
|9.||Matsumi, Y: 1 article (06/2015)|
|10.||Matsumoto-Nakano, M: 1 article (06/2015)|
|1.||Dental Caries (White Spot)
08/01/2005 - "Streptococcus mutans glucosyltransferases (GTFs) are considered to be the principal etiological agents of dental caries. "
04/28/2004 - "Among the strategies to prevent dental caries that are being investigated are (1) the inhibition of bacterial growth of mutans streptococci or (2) the inhibition of glucosyltransferases involved in polysaccharide formation. "
12/15/1996 - "We previously established murine hybridomas producing a monoclonal antibody monospecific against three glucosyltransferases (I, SI and S) of Streptococcus mutans which contribute to dental caries formation. "
06/01/1997 - "Cell surface protein antigen (PAc) and glucosyltransferases (GTFs) produced by Streptococcus mutans are considered to be major colonization factors of the organism, and the inhibition of these two factors is predicted to provide protection against dental caries. "
08/01/2011 - "Glucosyltransferases GtfB, GtfC, and GtfD of Streptococcus mutans are virulent factors involved in dental caries. "
06/01/2003 - "Glucosyltransferases (GtfB/C/D) in Streptococcus mutans are responsible for synthesizing water-insoluble and water-soluble glucans from sucrose and play very crucial roles in the formation of dental plaque. "
01/01/2007 - "Glucosyltransferases (Gtfs), enzymes that produce extracellular glucans from dietary sucrose, contribute to dental plaque formation by Streptococcus gordonii and Streptococcus mutans. "
02/01/2006 - "The extracellular polysaccharides synthesized by cell-associated glucosyltransferases (encoded by gtfBC) from sucrose have been recognized as one of the important virulence factors that promote cell aggregation and adherence to teeth, leading to dental plaque formation. "
08/23/2004 - "Glucanohydrolases, especially mutanase [alpha-(1-->3) glucanase; EC 126.96.36.199] and dextranase [alpha-(1-->6) glucanase; EC 188.8.131.52], which are present in the biofilm known as dental plaque, may affect the synthesis and structure of glucans formed by glucosyltransferases (GTFs) from sucrose within dental plaque. "
02/01/2011 - "A high-throughput in planta proteome screen identified the pepper (Capsicum annuum) GRAM (for glucosyltransferases, Rab-like GTPase activators, and myotubularins) domain-containing ABA-RESPONSIVE1 (ABR1), which is highly induced by infection with avirulent Xanthomonas campestris pv vesicatoria and also by treatment with ABA. "
10/23/1998 - "Two tobacco genes induced by infection, elicitor and salicylic acid encode glucosyltransferases acting on phenylpropanoids and benzoic acid derivatives, including salicylic acid."
05/01/1999 - "The first step in the initiation of infection by this pathogenic bacterium is its attachment (i.e., through bacterial surface proteins such as glucosyltransferases, P1, glucan-binding proteins, and fimbriae) to a suitable receptor. "
05/15/2009 - "The expression of glucosyltransferases and activation of VICs (nuclear localization of RelA) were detected in a rat model of experimental endocarditis. "
06/01/2005 - "Glucosyltransferases of viridans streptococci are modulins of interleukin-6 induction in infective endocarditis."
06/01/2010 - "Streptococcus mutans is a major pathogen of dental caries and occasionally isolated from the blood of patients with infective endocarditis, though the association of its cell-surface glucosyltransferases (GTFB, GTFC, and GTFD) with pathogenicity for infective endocarditis remains to be elucidated. "
06/01/2005 - "The glucosyltransferases (GTFs) of viridans streptococci, common pathogens of infective endocarditis, are extracellular proteins that convert sucrose into exopolysaccharides and glucans. "
|5.||Congenital Structural Myopathies (Centronuclear Myopathy)
04/02/2004 - "In patients with myotubular myopathy, mutations in the myotubularin GRAM domain eliminate this binding, indicating that the PtdIns(3,5)P(2) binding ability of the GRAM (glucosyltransferases, Rablike GTPase activators and myotubularin) domain is crucial for the functions of myotubularin in vivo. "
|4.||glucosyltransferase D (GtfD)
|8.||GTP Phosphohydrolase Activators
|10.||Proteins (Proteins, Gene)