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Rajesh, Ramanna V. and Layer, Paul G. and Boopathy, Rathanam (2009):
High aryl acylamidase activity associated with cobra venom acetylcholinesterase: biological significance.
In: Biochimie, 91 (11-12), pp. 1450-6, ISSN 1638-6183,
[Article]

Rajesh, Ramanna V. and Chitra, Loganathan and Layer, Paul G. and Boopathy, Rathanam (2009):
The aryl acylamidase activity is much more sensitive to Alzheimer drugs than the esterase activity of acetylcholinesterase in chicken embryonic brain.
In: Biochimie, 91 (9), pp. 1087-94, ISSN 1638-6183,
[Article]

Boopathy, Rathanam and Rajesh, Ramanna Valmiki and Darvesh, Sultan and Layer, Paul G. (2007):
Human serum cholinesterase from liver pathological samples exhibit highly elevated aryl acylamidase activity.
In: Clinica chimica acta; international journal of clinical chemistry, 380 (1-2), pp. 151-6, ISSN 0009-8981,
[Article]

Manoharan, Indumathi and Wieseler, Stacy and Layer, Paul G. and Lockridge, Oksana and Boopathy, Rathanam (2006):
Naturally occurring mutation Leu307Pro of human butyrylcholinesterase in the Vysya community of India.
In: Pharmacogenetics and genomics, (7), 16. pp. 461-468, [Article]

Layer, Paul G. and Allebrandt, Karla V. and Andermann, P. and Bodur, E. and Boopathy, Rathanam and Bytyqi, Afrim H. and Paraoanu, Laura E. (2005):
On the multifunctionally of cholinesterases.
In: Chemico-biological interactions, (15), 157. pp. 37-41, [Article]

Boopathy, Rathanam and Layer, Paul G. (2004):
Aryl acylamidase activity on acetylcholinesterase is high during early chicken brain development.
In: The protein journal, 23 (5), pp. 325-33, ISSN 1572-3887,
[Article]

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