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User Publications 2014

  1. Molecular functions of the TLE tetramerization domain in Wnt target gene repression.
    Chodaparambil, J.V.; Pate, K.T.; Hepler, M.R.D.; Tsai, B.P.; Muthurajan, U.M.; Luger, K.; Waterman, M.L.; Weis, W.I. EMBO J 33, 719-31 (2014).

  2. Architectures of whole-module and bimodular proteins from the 6-deoxyerythronolide B synthase.
    Edwards, A.L.; Matsui, T.; Weiss, T.M.; Khosla, C. J Mol Biol 426, 2229-45 (2014).

  3. CD4-induced activation in a soluble HIV-1 Env trimer.
    Guttman, M.; Garcia, N.K.; Cupo, A.; Matsui, T.; Julien, J.P.; Sanders, R.W.; Wilson, I.A.; Moore, J.P.; Lee, K.K. Structure 22, 974-84 (2014).

  4. Integrative structure-function mapping of the nucleoporin Nup133 suggests a conserved mechanism for membrane anchoring of the nuclear pore complex.
    Kim, S.Joong; Fernandez-Martinez, J.; Sampathkumar, P.; Martel, A.; Matsui, T.; Tsuruta, H.; Weiss, T.M.; Shi, Y.; Markina-Inarrairaegui, A.; Bonanno, J.B.; Sauder, M.; Burley, S.K.; Chait, B.T.; Almo, S.C.; Rout, M.P.; Sali, A. Mol Cell Proteomics 13, 2911-26 (2014).

  5. Interface for Light-Driven Electron Transfer by Photosynthetic Complexes Across Block Copolymer Membranes.
    Kuang, L.; Olson, T.L.; Lin, S.; Flores, M.; Jiang, Y.; Zheng, W.; Williams, J.A.C.; Allen, J.P.; Liang, H. J Phys Chem Lett 5, 787-91 (2014).

  6. "Frozen" block copolymer nanomembranes with light-driven proton pumping performance.
    Kuang, L.; Fernandes, D.A.; O'Halloran, M.; Zheng, W.; Jiang, Y.; Ladizhansky, V.; Brown, L.S.; Liang, H. ACS Nano 8, 537-45 (2014).

  7. Two interdependent mechanisms of antimicrobial activity allow for efficient killing in nylon-3-based polymeric mimics of innate immunity peptides.
    Lee, M.W.; Chakraborty, S.; Schmidt, N.W.; Murgai, R.; Gellman, S.H.; Wong, G.C.L. Biochim Biophys Acta 1838, 2269-79 (2014).

  8. Structural basis of the pH-dependent assembly of a botulinum neurotoxin complex.
    Matsui, T.; Gu, S.; Lam, K.H.; Carter, L.G.; Rummel, A.; Mathews, I.I.; Jin, R. J Mol Biol 426, 3773-3782 (2014).

  9. Transformation of taxol-stabilized microtubules into inverted tubulin tubules triggered by a tubulin conformation switch.
    Ojeda-Lopez, M.A.; Needleman, D.J.; Song, C.; Ginsburg, A.; Kohl, P.A.; Li, Y.; Miller, H.P.; Wilson, L.; Raviv, U.; Choi, M.Chul; Safinya, C.R. Nat Mater 13, 195-203 (2014).

  10. Internal motions prime cIAP1 for rapid activation.
    Phillips, A.H.; Schoeffler, A.J.; Matsui, T.; Weiss, T.M.; Blankenship, J.W.; Zobel, K.; Giannetti, A.M.; Dueber, E.C.; Fairbrother, W.J. Nat Struct Mol Biol 21, 1068-74 (2014).

  11. Structure of Clostridium difficile PilJ exhibits unprecedented divergence from known type IV pilins.
    Piepenbrink, K.H.; Maldarelli, G.A.; de la Peña, C.F.Martinez; Mulvey, G.L.; Snyder, G.A.; De Masi, L.; von Rosenvinge, E.C.; Günther, S.; Armstrong, G.D.; Donnenberg, M.S.; Sundberg, E.J. J Biol Chem 289, 4334-45 (2014).

  12. Tuning quantum-dot organization in liquid crystals for robust photonic applications.
    Rodarte, A.L.; Nuno, Z.S.; Cao, B.H.; Pandolfi, R.J.; Quint, M.T.; Ghosh, S.; Hein, J.E.; Hirst, L.S. Chemphyschem 15, 1413-21 (2014).

  13. Cationic liposome-nucleic acid complexes for gene delivery and gene silencing.
    Safinya, C.R.; Ewert, K.K.; Majzoub, R.N.; Leal, C. New J Chem 38, 5164-5172 (2014).

  14. A mechanistic understanding of processing additive-induced efficiency enhancement in bulk heterojunction organic solar cells.
    Schmidt, K.; Tassone, C.J.; Niskala, J.R.; Yiu, A.T.; Lee, O.P.; Weiss, T.M.; Wang, C.; Fréchet, J.M.J.; Beaujuge, P.M.; Toney, M.F. Adv Mater 26, 300-5 (2014).

  15. Engineering persister-specific antibiotics with synergistic antimicrobial functions.
    Schmidt, N.W.; Deshayes, S.; Hawker, S.; Blacker, A.; Kasko, A.M.; Wong, G.C.L. ACS Nano 8, 8786-93 (2014).

  16. Ultrafast X-ray probing of water structure below the homogeneous ice nucleation temperature.
    Sellberg, J.A.; Huang, C.; McQueen, T.A.; Loh, N.D.; Laksmono, H.; Schlesinger, D.; Sierra, R.G.; Nordlund, D.; Hampton, C.Y.; Starodub, D.; DePonte, D.P.; Beye, M.; Chen, C.; Martin, A.V.; Barty, A.; Wikfeldt, K.T.; Weiss, T.M.; Caronna, C.; Feldkamp, J.; Skinner, L.B.; Seibert, M.M.; Messerschmidt, M.; Williams, G.J.; Boutet, S.; Pettersson, L.G.M.; Bogan, M.J.; Nilsson, A. Nature 510, 381-4 (2014).

  17. Glycosylation of Skp1 affects its conformation and promotes binding to a model f-box protein.
    Sheikh, O.; Schafer, C.M.; Powell, J.T.; Rodgers, K.K.; Mooers, B.H.M.; West, C.M. Biochemistry 53, 1657-69 (2014).

  18. From a structural average to the conformational ensemble of a DNA bulge.
    Shi, X.; Beauchamp, K.A.; Harbury, P.B.; Herschlag, D. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111, E1473-80 (2014).

  19. PEGylated cationic liposome-DNA complexation in brine is pathway-dependent.
    Silva, B.F.B.; Majzoub, R.N.; Chan, C.L.; Li, Y.; Olsson, U.; Safinya, C.R. Biochim Biophys Acta 1838, 398-412 (2014).

  20. Structure of the bifunctional aminoglycoside-resistance enzyme AAC(6')-Ie-APH(2'')-Ia revealed by crystallographic and small-angle X-ray scattering analysis.
    Smith, C.A.; Toth, M.; Weiss, T.M.; Frase, H.; Vakulenko, S.B. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 70, 2754-64 (2014).

  21. Conformational analysis of the Streptococcus pneumoniae hyaluronate lyase and characterization of its hyaluronan-specific carbohydrate-binding module.
    Suits, M.D.L.; Pluvinage, B.; Law, A.; Liu, Y.; Palma, A.S.; Chai, W.; Feizi, T.; Boraston, A.B. J Biol Chem 289, 27264-77 (2014).

  22. Control of RecBCD enzyme activity by DNA binding- and Chi hotspot-dependent conformational changes.
    Taylor, A.F.; Amundsen, S.K.; Guttman, M.; Lee, K.K.; Luo, J.; Ranish, J.; Smith, G.R. J Mol Biol 426, 3479-99 (2014).

  23. Crystal structure of Streptococcus pyogenes EndoS, an immunomodulatory endoglycosidase specific for human IgG antibodies.
    Trastoy, B.; Lomino, J.V.; Pierce, B.G.; Carter, L.G.; Günther, S.; Giddens, J.P.; Snyder, G.A.; Weiss, T.M.; Weng, Z.; Wang, L.X.; Sundberg, E.J. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111, 6714-9 (2014).

  24. Fiber diffraction of the prion-forming domain HET-s(218-289) shows dehydration-induced deformation of a complex amyloid structure.
    Wan, W.; Stubbs, G. Biochemistry 53, 2366-70 (2014).

  25. Heterogeneous seeding of HET-s(218-289) and the mutability of prion structures.
    Wan, W.; Stubbs, G. Prion 8, (2014).

  26. Fungal prion HET-s as a model for structural complexity and self-propagation in prions.
    Wan, W.; Stubbs, G. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111, 5201-6 (2014).