AMPHIPOL BIBLIOGRAPHY: an exhaustive list of publications

2016


  1. Shen, P.S., Yang, X., DeCaen, P.G., Liu, X., Bulkley, D., Clapham, D.E. & Cao, E. (2016)
    The Structure of the Polycystic Kidney Disease Channel PKD2 in Lipid Nanodiscs.
    Cell 167(3):763-773 [PubMed].

  2. Shinzawa-Itoh, K., Shimomura, H., Yanagisawa, S., Shimada, S., Takahashi, R., Oosaki, M., Ogura, T. & Tsukihara, T. (2016)
    Purification of Active Respiratory Supercomplex from Bovine Heart Mitochondria Enables Functional Studies.
    J Biol Chem. 291(8):4178-84 [PubMed].

  3. Sousa, J.S., Mills, D.J., Vonck, J. & Kühlbrandt, W. (2016)
    Functional asymmetry and electron flow in the bovine respirasome.
    Elife. Nov 10;5. pii: e21290. doi: 10.7554/eLife.21290. [PubMed].

  4. Vázquez-Acevedo, M., Vega-deLuna, F., Sánchez-Vásquez, L., Colina-Tenorio, L., Remacle, C., Cardol, P., Miranda-Astudillo, H., González-Halphen, D. (2016)
    Dissecting the peripheral stalk of the mitochondrial ATP synthase of chlorophycean algae.
    Biochim Biophys Acta. 1857(8):1183-90 [PubMed].

  5. Viegas, A., Viennet, T. & Etzkorn, M. (2016)
    The power, pitfalls and potential of the nanodisc system for NMR-based studies.
    Biol Chem. 397(12):1335-1354 [PubMed].

  6. Watkinson, T.G., Calabrese, A.N., Ault, J.R., Radford, S.E. & Ashcroft, A.E. (2016)
    FPOP-LC-MS/MS Suggests Differences in Interaction Sites of Amphipols and Detergents with Outer Membrane Proteins.
    J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. 2016 Jun 24. [Epub ahead of print] DOI:10.1007/s13361-016-1421-1 [PubMed].

  1. Wei, R., Wang, X., Zhang, Y., Mukherjee, S., Zhang, L., Chen, Q., Huang, X., Jing, S., Liu, C., Li, S., Wang, G., Xu, Y., Zhu, S., Williams, A.J., Sun F. & Yin C.C. (2016)
    Structural insights into Ca(2+)-activated long-range allosteric channel gating of RyR1.
    Cell Res 26(9):977-94 [PubMed].

  2. Wilkinson, M., Troman, L., Wan Nur Ismah, W.A., Chaban, Y., Avison, M.B., Dillingham, M.S. & Wigley, D.B. (2016)
    Structural basis for the inhibition of RecBCD by Gam and its synergistic antibacterial effect with quinolones.
    Elife 5 pii: e22963[PubMed].

  3. Wilkinson, M., Chaban, Y. & Wigley, D.B. (2016)
    Mechanism for nuclease regulation in RecBCD.
    Elife 5 pii: e18227[PubMed].

  4. Wojtowicz, H., Prochnicka-Chalufour, A., de Amorim, G.C., Roudenko, O., Simenel, C., Malki, I., Pehau-Arnaudet, G., Gubellini, F., Koutsioubas, A., Pérez, J., Delepelaire, P., Delepierre, M., Fronzes, R. & Izadi-Pruneyre, N. (2016)
    Structural basis of the signalling through a bacterial membrane receptor HasR deciphered by an integrative approach.(2016)
    Biochem J. 473(14):2239-48 [PubMed].

  5. Xu, J., Gui, M., Wang, D. & Xiang, Y. (2016)
    The bacteriophage Φ29 tail possesses a pore-forming loop for cell membrane penetration.
    Nature 534.(7608):544-7. [PubMed].

  6. Zubcevic, L., Herzik, M.A. Jr, Chung, B.C., Liu, Z., Lander, G.C. & Lee, S.Y. (2016)
    Cryo-electron microscopy structure of the TRPV2 ion channel.
    Nat Struct. Mol. Biol. 23(2):180-6. [PubMed].

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