AMPHIPOL BIBLIOGRAPHY: an exhaustive list of publications


  1. Cao E., Liao M., Cheng Y., Julius D. (2013).
    TRPV1 structures in distinct conformations reveal activation mechanisms.
    Nature, 504(7478), 113-118 [PubMed].

  2. Dahmane, T., Rappaport, F. & Popot, J.-L. (2013).
    Amphipol-assisted folding of bacteriorhodopsin in the presence and absence of lipids. Functional consequences.
    Eur. Biophys. J., 42, 85-101 [PubMed].

  3. Etzkorn, M., Raschle, T., Hagn, F., Gelev, V., Rice, A. J., Walz, T. & Wagner, G. (2013).
    Cell-free expressed bacteriorhodopsin in different soluble membrane mimetics: biophysical properties and NMR accessibility.
    Structure, in the press. 21(3), 394-401 [PubMed] .

  4. Hopper, J.T.S., Yu, Y. T.-C., Li,D., Raymond, A., Bostock, M.,Liko, I., Mikhailov, V., Laganowsky, A. , Benesch, J.L.P., Caffrey, M., Nietlispach, D. & Robinson, C. V. (2013)
    Detergent-free mass spectrometry of membrane protein complexes
    Nature Methods 10,1206–1208 [PubMed].

  5. Henderson R. (2013).
    Structural biology: Ion channel seen by electron microscopy.
    Nature, 504(7478), 93-94 [PubMed].

  6. Kevany, B.M., Tsybovsky, Y., Campuzano, I.D.G., Schnier, P.D., Engel, A. & Palczewski, K. (2013)
    Structural and functional analysis of the native peripherin-ROM1 complex isolated from photoreceptor cells.
    J Biol Chem 288,36272–36284 [PubMed].

  7. Laursen T., Naur P., & Møller B. L. (2013).
    Amphipol trapping of a functional CYP system.
    Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry, 60(1), 119-127 [PubMed].

  1. Liao M., Cao E., Julius D., Cheng Y. (2013).
    A Structure of the TRPV1 ion channel determined by electron cryo-microscopy.
    Nature, 504(7478), 107-112 [PubMed].

  2. Liguori, N., Roy, L.M., Opacic, M., Durand, G. & Croce R.(2013).
    Regulation of light harvesting in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: the C-terminus of LHCSR is the knob of a dimmer switch.
    J. Am. Chem. Soc., 135(49), 18339-18342 [PubMed].

  3. Ning, Z., Seebun, D., Hawley, B., Chang, C.-K. & Figeys, D.(2013).
    From cells to peptides: “One-stop” integrated proteomic processing using Amphipols.
    J. Proteome Res.
    , 12(3), 1512-1519 [PubMed].

  4. Pocanschi, C. L., Popot, J.-L. & Kleinschmidt, J. H. (2013).
    Folding and stability of outer membrane protein A (OmpA) from Escherichia coli in an amphipathic polymer, amphipol A8-35.
    Eur. Biophys. J., 42, 103-118 [PubMed].

  5. Shadiac, N., Nagarajan, Y., Waters, S. & Hrmova, M. (2013).
    Close allies in membrane protein research: Cell-free synthesis and nanotechnology.
    Mol. Membr. Biol., 30(3), 229-245 [PubMed].

  6. Tsybovsky, Y., Orban, T., Molday, R.S., Taylor, D. & Palczewski K. (2013)
    Molecular organization and ATP-induced conformational changes of ABCA4, the photoreceptor-specific ABC transporter.
    structure 21,854–860 [PubMed].

  7. Vahedi-Faridi, A., Jastrzebska, B., Palczewski, K. & Engel, A. (2013).
    3D imaging and quantitative analysis of small solubilized membrane proteins and their complexes by transmission electron micros- copy.
    Microscopy 62,95–107 [PubMed].