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2013 Publications

Abbate, V., Liang, W., Patel, J., Lan, Y., Capriotti, L., Iacobucci, V., Bui, T.T., Chaudhuri, P., Kudsiova, L., Vermeer, L.S., Chan, P.F.L., Kong, X., Drake, A.F., Lam, J.K.W., Bansal, S.S. and Mason, A.J. (2013) Manipulating the pH response of 2,3-diaminopropionic acid rich peptides to mediate highly effective gene silencing with low toxicity


Autore, F., Pfuhl, M., Quan, X., Williams, A., Roberts, R.G., Shanahan, C.M. and Fraternali, F. (2013) Large-scale modelling of the divergent spectrin repeats in nesprins: giant modular proteins


Clayton, P.M., Vas, C.A., Bui, T.T., Drake, A.F. and McAdam, K. (2013) Spectroscopic studies on nicotine and nornicotine in the UV region


Davies, A.M., Rispens, T., den Bleker, T.H., McDonnell, J.M., Gould, H.J., Aalberse, R.C. and Sutton, B.J. (2013) Crystal structure of the human IgG4 C(H)3 dimer reveals the role of Arg409 in the mechanism of Fab-arm exchange


De Nicola, G.F., Martin, E.D., Chaikaud, A., Bassi, R., Clark, J., Martino, L., Verma, S., Sicard, P., Tata, R., Atkinson, R.A., Knapp, S., Conte, M.R. and Marber, M.S. (2013) Mechanism and consequence of the auto activation of p38α mitogen-activated protein kinase promoted by TAB1


Hood, F.E., Williams, S.J., Burgess, S.G., Richards, M.W., Roth, D., Straube, A., Pfuhl, M., Bayliss, R. and Royle, S.J. (2013) Coordination of adjacent domains mediates TACC3-ch-TOG-clathrin assembly and mitotic spindle binding


Kumar, A.A., Hati, D., Thaker, T.M., Miah, L., Cunningham, P., Domene, C., Bui, T.T., Drake, A.F., McDermott, L.C. (2013) Strong and weak zinc binding sites in human zinc-α2-glycoprotein


Lu, Z., Bergeron, J.R.C., Atkinson, R.A., Schaller, T., Veselkov, D.A., Oregioni, A., Yang, Y., Matthews, S.J., Malim, M.H. and Sanderson, M.R. (2013) Insight into the HIV-1 Vif SOCS-box-Elongin BC interaction


Merret, R., Martino, L., Bousquet-Antonelli, C., Fneich, S., Descombin, J., Billey, E., Conte, M.R. and Deragon, J.M. (2013) The association of a La module with the PABP-interacting motif PAM2 is a recurrent evolutionary process that led to the neofunctionalization of La-related proteins


Nkansah, E., Shah, R., Collie, G.W., Parkinson, G.N., Palmer, J., Rahman, K.M., Bui, T.T., Drake, A.F., Husby, J., Neidle, S., Zinzalla, G., Thurston, D.E. and Wilderspin, A.F. (2013) Observation of unphosphorylated STAT3 core protein binding to target dsDNA by PEMSA and X-ray crystallography


Pagano, B., Jama, A., Martinez, P., Akanho, E., Bui, T.T., Drake, A.F., Fraternali, F. and Nikolova, P.V. (2013) Structure and stability insights into tumour suppressor p53 evolutionary related proteins


Simon, A.C., Simpson, P.J., Goldstone, R.M., Krysztofinska, E.M., Murray, J.W., High, S. and Isaacson, R.L. (2013) Structure of the Sgt2/Get5 complex provides insights into GET-mediated targeting of tail-anchored membrane proteins


Takacs, M., Petoukhov, M.V., Atkinson, R.A., Roblin, P., Ogi, F.-X., Demeler, B., Potier, N., Chebaro, Y., Dejaegere, A., Svergun, D.I., Moras, D. and Billas, I.M.L. (2013) The asymmetric binding of PGC-1α to the ERRα and ERRγ nuclear receptor homodimers involves a similar recognition mechanism


Wei, D.-G., Todd, A.K., Zloh, M., Gunaratnam, M., Parkinson, G.N. and Neidle, S. (2013) Crystal structure of a promoter sequence in the B-raf gene reveals an intertwined dimer quadruplex


Welser, K., Campbell, F., Kudsiova, L., Mohammadi, A., Dawson, N., Hart, S.L., Barlow, D.J., Hailes, H.C., Lawrence, M.J. and Tabor, A.B. (2013) Gene delivery using ternary lipopolyplexes incorporating branched cationic peptides: the role of peptide sequence and branching



Yuan, D., Keeble, A.H., Hibbert, R.G., Fabiane, S., Gould, H.J., McDonnell, J.M., Beavil, A.J., Sutton, B.J. and Dhaliwal, B. (2013) Ca2+-dependent structural changes in the B-cell receptor CD23 increase its affinity for human Immunoglobulin E
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