Department of Biochemistry University of Oxford Department of Biochemistry
University of Oxford
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Oxford OX1 3QU

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Anaphase bridges in fission yeast cells
Whitby lab
Lactose permease represented using bending cylinders in Bendix software
Caroline Dahl, Sansom lab
Epithelial cells in C. elegans showing a seam cell that failed to undergo cytokinesis
Serena Ding, Woollard lab
Collage of Drosophila third instar larva optic lobe
Lu Yang, Davis lab
First year Biochemistry students at a practical class
Image showing the global movement of lipids in a model planar membrane
Matthieu Chavent, Sansom lab
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Latest Publications

Some of the latest publications to come from the Department are listed below:

Latest Publications

Modelling and analysis of bacterial tracks suggest an active reorientation mechanism in Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Rosser, G, Baker, RE, Armitage, JP and Fletcher, AG (2014) J Royal Society Interface 6, vol. 11 no.97 20140320

Rab18 and a Rab18 GEF complex are required for normal ER structure. Gerondopoulos, A, Bastos, RN, Yoshimura, S, Anderson, R, Carpanini, S, Aligianis, I, Handley, MT and Barr, FA (2014) J Cell Biol 205 (5) 707-720

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Targeting Polycomb to Pericentric Heterochromatin in Embryonic Stem Cells Reveals a Role for H2AK119u1 in PRC2 Recruitment. Cooper, S, Dienstbier, M, Hassan, R, Schermelleh, L, Sharif, J, Blackledge, NP, De Marco, V, Elderkin, S, Koseki, H, Klose, R, Heger, A and Brockdorff, N (2014) Cell Reports 7 (5) 1456-1470

SpyLigase peptide-peptide ligation polymerizes affibodies to enhance magnetic cancer cell capture. Fierer JO*, Veggiani G* and Howarth M. PNAS 2014 vol.111 no.13 *joint first author

Variant PRC1 Complex-Dependent H2A Ubiquitylation Drives PRC2 Recruitment and Polycomb Domain Formation. Blackledge, NP, Farcas, AM, Kondo, T, King, HW, McGouran, JF, Hanssen, LL, Ito, S, Cooper, S, Kondo, K, Koseki, Y, Ishikura, T, Long, HK, Sheahan, TW, Brockdorff, N, Kessler, BM, Koseki, H and Klose, RJ. (2014) Cell 157 (6) 1445-1459

Emerging models for DNA repair: Dictyostelium discoideum as a model for non-homologous end-joining. Pears, CJ and Lakin, ND. DNA Repair (2014) 17, 121-131

3D super-resolution microscopy of the inactive X chromosome territory reveals a collapse of its active nuclear compartment harboring distinct Xist RNA foci. Smeets, D, Markaki, Y, Schmid, VJ, Kraus, F, Tattermusch, A, Cerase, A, Sterr, M, Fiedler, S, Demmerle, J, Popken, J, Leonhardt, H, Brockdorff, N, Cremer, T, Schermelleh, L and Cremer, M. Epigenetics & Chromatin 2014, 7:8

Single-Molecule Imaging of FtsK Translocation Reveals Mechanistic Features of Protein-Protein Collisions on DNA. Lee, JY, Finkelstein, IJ, Arciszewska, LK, Sherratt, DJ and Greene, EC. Mol. Cell 2014 Jun 5;54(5):832-43

Structural Insights from Solid-State NMR into the Function of the Bacteriorhodopsin Photoreceptor Protein. Chapter 23 in Advances in Biological Solid-State NMR: Proteins and Membrane-Active Peptides, (eds F. Separovic, A. Naito). Judge, PJ, Taylor, GF, Vermeer, LS and Watts, A (2014)




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