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2016 Publications

Amos, S.T., Vermeer, L.S., Ferguson, P.M., Kozlowska, J., Davy, M., Bui, T.T., Drake, A.F., Lorenz, C.D. and Mason, A.J. (2016) Antimicrobial peptide potency is facilitated by greater conformational flexibility when binding to Gram-negative bacterial inner membranes

 

Barallobre-Barreiro, J., Gupta, S.K., Zoccarato, A., Kitazume-Tanieke, R., Fava, M., Yin, X., Werner, T., Hirt, M.N., Zampetaki, A., Viviano, A., Chong, M., Bern, M., Kourliouros, A., Domenech, N., Willeit, P., Shah, A.M., Jahangiri, M., Schaefer, L., Fischer, J.W., Iozzo, R.V., Viner, R., Thum, T., Heineken, J., Kichler, A., Otsu, K. and Mayr, M. (2016) Glycoproteomics reveals decorin peptides with anti-myostatin activity in human atrial fibrillation

 

Bello, G., Bodin, A., Lawrence, M.J., Barlow, D., Mason, A.J., Barker, R.D. and Harvey, R.D. (2016) The influence of rough lipopolysaccharide structure on molecular interactions with mammalian antimicrobial peptides

 

Chen, C., Zhang, F., Barras, J., Althoefer, K., Bhuna, S. and Mandal, S. (2016) Authentication of medicines using nuclear quadrupole resonance spectroscopy

 

Chen, J.-B., James, L.K., Davies, A.M., Wu, Y.-C., Rimmer, J., Lund, V.J., Chen, J.-H., McDonnell, J.M., Chan, Y.-C., Hutchins, G.H., Chang, T.W., Sutton, B.J., Katiyawasam, H.H. and Gould, H.J. (2016) Antibodies and superantibodies in chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps

 

Knott, G.J., Panjikar, S., Thorn, A., Fox, A.H., Conte, M.R., Lee, M., and Bond, C.S. (2016) A crystallograpic study of human NONO (p54nrb): overcoming pathological problems with purification, data collection and noncrystallographic symmetry

 

Krysztofinska, E.M., Martinez-Lumbreras, S., Thapaliya, A., Evans, N.J., High, S. and Isaacson, R.L. (2016) Structural and functional insights into the E3 ligase, RNF126

 

Kudslova, L., Welser, K., Campbell, F., Mohammadi, A., Dawson, N., Cui, L., Hailes, H.C., Lawrence, M.J. and Tabor, A.B. (2016) Delivery of siRNA using ternary complexes containing branched cationic peptides: the role of peptide sequence, branching and targeting

 

Ma, M.T., Cullinane, C., Imberti, C., Baguna Torres, J., Terry, S.Y.A., Roselt, P., Hicks, R.J. and Blower, P.J. (2016) New tris(hydroxypyridinone) bifunctional chelators containing isothiocyanate groups provide a versatile platform for rapid one-step labeling and PET imaging with Ga3+


Mohammad, R.H., Nur-Ee-Alam, M., Lahmann, M., Parveen, I., Tizzard, G.J., Coles, S.J., Fowler, M., Drake, A.F., Heyes, D. and Thoss, V. (2016) Isolation and charcaterisation of 13 pterosins and pterosides from bracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn) rhizome

Scotcher, J., Prysyazhna, O., Boguslavskyi, A., Kistamas, K., Hadgraft, N., Martin, E.D., Worthington, J., Rudyk, O., Rodriguez Cutillas, P., Cuello, F., Shattock, M.J., Marber, M.S., Conte, M.R., Greenstein, A., Greensmith, D.J., Venetucci, L., Timms, J.F. and Eaton, P. (2016) Disulfide-activated protein kinase G 1α regulates cardiac diastolic relaxation and fine-tunes the Frank-Starling response

 

Stevenson, P.C., Green, P.W., Veitch, N.C., Farrell, I.W., Kusolwa, P. and Belmain, S.R. (2016) Nor-hopanes from Zanha africana root bark with toxicity to bruchid beetles


Thapaliya, A., Nyathi, Y., Martínez-Lumbreras, S. Krysztofinska, E.M., Evans, N.J., Terry, I.L., High, S. and Isaacson, R.L. (2016) SGTA interacts with the proteasomal ubiquitin receptor Rpn13 via a carboxylate clamp mechanism

 

Zahid, H., Miah, L., Lau, A.M., Brochard, L., Hati, D., Bui, T.T., Drake, A.F., Gor, J., Perkins, S.J. and McDermott, L.C. (2016) Zinc-induced oligomerization of zinc α2 glycoprotein reveals multiple fatty acid-binding sites

 

Zaleska, M., Fogl, C., Kho, A.L., Ababou, A., Ehler, E. and Pfuhl, M. (2016) The cardiac stress response factor Ms1 can bind to DNA and has a function in the nucleus

 

Zervou, S., Yin, X., Nabeebaccus, A.A., O’Brien, B.A., Cross, R.L., McAndrew, D.J., Atkinson, R.A., Eykyn, T.R., Mayr, M., Neubauer, S. and Lygate, C.A. (2016) Proteomic and metabolomic changes driven by elevating myocardial creatine suggest novel metabolic feedback mechanisms

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