AMPHIPOL BIBLIOGRAPHY: an exhaustive list of publications


  1. Bazzacco, P. (2009). Non-ionic amphipols: new tools for in vitro studies of membrane proteins. Validation and development of biochemical and biophysical applications.
    Thèse de Doctorat, Université Paris-7.

  2. Bazzacco, P., Sharma, K. S., Durand, G., Giusti, F., Ebel, C., Popot, J.-L. & Pucci, B. (2009).
    Trapping and stabilization of integral membrane proteins by hydrophobically grafted glucose-based telomers.
    Biomacromolecules 10, 3317-3326 [PubMed].

  3. Catoire, L. J., Zoonens, M., van Heijenoort, C., Giusti, F., Popot, J.-L. & Guittet, E. (2009).
    Inter- and intramolecular contacts in a membrane protein/surfactant complex observed by heteronuclear dipole-to-dipole cross-relaxation.
    J. Magn. Res. 197, 91-95 [PubMed].

  4. Charvolin, D., Perez, J.-B., Rouvière, F., Giusti, F., Bazzacco, P., Abdine, A., Rappaport, F., Martinez, K. L. & Popot, J.-L. (2009).
    The use of amphipols as universal molecular adapters to immobilize membrane proteins onto solid supports.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 405-410 [PubMed].

  5. Dahmane, T., Damian, M., Mary, S., Popot, J.-L. & Banères, J.-L. (2009).
    Amphipol-assisted in vitro folding of G protein-coupled receptors.
    Biochemistry 48, 6516-6521 [PubMed].

  6. Pucci, B., Popot, J.-L., Sharma, K. S., Bazzacco, P., Durand, G. & Giusti, F. (2009).
    Polymères comprenant une majorité de monomères amphiphiles destinés au piégeage et à la manipulation de protéines membranaires,
    Patent FR 2,952,642; EP 2 069 385. FR 2,952,642 .

  7. Tribet, C., Diab, C., Dahmane, T., Zoonens, M., Popot, J.-L. & Winnik, F. M. (2009).
    Thermodynamic characterization of the exchange of detergents and amphipols at the surfaces of integral membrane proteins.
    Langmuir 25, 12623-12634 [PubMed].
  1. Vial, F., Cousin, F., Bouteiller, L. & Tribet, C. (2009).
    Rate of permeabilization of giant vesicles by amphiphilic polyacrylates compared to the adsorption of these polymers onto large vesicles and tethered lipid bilayers.
    Langmuir 25, 7506-7513 [PubMed].