José Portugal
José Portugal
IDAEA-CSIC
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Assignment of DNA binding sites for 4′, 6-diamidine-2-phenylindole and bisbenzimide (Hoechst 33258). A comparative footprinting study
J Portugal, MJ Waring
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Gene Structure and Expression 949 (2 …, 1988
2721988
The antimalarial and cytotoxic drug cryptolepine intercalates into DNA at cytosine-cytosine sites
JN Lisgarten, M Coll, J Portugal, CW Wright, J Aymami
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 9 (1), 57, 2002
2282002
Sp1 transcription factor: A long-standing target in cancer chemotherapy
C Vizcaíno, S Mansilla, J Portugal
Pharmacology & therapeutics 152, 111-124, 2015
1682015
Mitotic catastrophe results in cell death by caspase-dependentand caspase-independent mechanisms
S Mansilla, W Priebe, J Portugal
Cell Cycle 5 (1), 53-60, 2006
1522006
Comparison of binding sites in DNA for berenil, netropsin and distamycin: a footprinting study
J PORTUGAL, MJ WARING
European journal of biochemistry 167 (2), 281-289, 1987
1381987
Mechanisms of drug-induced mitotic catastrophe in cancer cells
J Portugal, S Mansilla, M Bataller
Current pharmaceutical design 16 (1), 69-78, 2010
1142010
Thermodynamic characterization of the multivalent binding of chartreusin to DNA
F Barceló, D Capó, J Portugal
Nucleic acids research 30 (20), 4567-4573, 2002
912002
Bisanthracycline WP631 inhibits basal and Sp1-activated transcription initiation in vitro
B Martín, A Vaquero, W Priebe, J Portugal
Nucleic acids research 27 (17), 3402-3409, 1999
781999
Hydroxyl radical footprinting of the sequence-selective binding of netropsin and distamycin to DNA
J Portugal, MJ Waring
FEBS letters 225 (1-2), 195-200, 1987
761987
Mitotic catastrophe as a consequence of chemotherapy
S Mansilla, M Bataller, J Portugal
Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal …, 2006
752006
A new bisintercalating anthracycline with picomolar DNA binding affinity
J Portugal, DJ Cashman, JO Trent, N Ferrer-Miralles, T Przewloka, I Fokt, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 48 (26), 8209-8219, 2005
712005
Cell death pathways in response to antitumor therapy
J Portugal, M Bataller, S Mansilla
Tumori Journal 95 (4), 409-421, 2009
702009
T7 RNA polymerase cannot transcribe through a highly knotted DNA template
J Portugal, A Rodríguez-Campos
Nucleic acids research 24 (24), 4890-4894, 1996
681996
Diethyl pyrocarbonate can detect a modified DNA structure induced by the binding of quinoxaline antibioties
J Portugal, KR Fox, MJ McLean, JL Richenberg, MJ Waring
Nucleic acids research 16 (9), 3655-3670, 1988
581988
Entropically-driven binding of mithramycin in the minor groove of C/G-rich DNA sequences
F Barceló, C Scotta, M Ortiz-Lombardía, C Méndez, JA Salas, J Portugal
Nucleic acids research 35 (7), 2215-2226, 2007
552007
Daunorubicin-induced variations in gene transcription: commitment to proliferation arrest, senescence and apoptosis
S Mansilla, B Piña, J Portugal
Biochemical Journal 372 (3), 703-711, 2003
552003
Sp1 transcription factor as a target for anthracyclines: effects on gene transcription
S Mansilla, J Portugal
Biochimie 90 (7), 976-987, 2008
532008
Analysis of the effects of daunorubicin and WP631 on transcription
J Portugal, B Martin, A Vaquero, N Ferrer, S Villamarin, W Priebe
Current medicinal chemistry 8 (1), 1-8, 2001
532001
DNA binding characteristics of mithramycin and chromomycin analogues obtained by combinatorial biosynthesis
F Barceló, M Ortiz-Lombardía, M Martorell, M Oliver, C Méndez, JA Salas, ...
Biochemistry 49 (49), 10543-10552, 2010
522010
Cleavage of a four‐way DNA junction by a restriction enzyme spanning the point of strand exchange.
AI Murchie, J Portugal, DM Lilley
The EMBO journal 10 (3), 713-718, 1991
501991
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