Latest Publications

Latest Publications

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

Dependency of the Spindle Assembly Checkpoint on Cdk1 Renders the Anaphase Transition Irreversible. Rattani, A, Vinod, PK, Godwin, J, Tachibana-Konwalski, K, Wolna, M, Malumbres, M, Novák, B and Nasmyth, K (2014) Current Biology 24 (6) 630-637

Emerging principles for the therapeutic exploitation of glycosylation. Dalziel, M, Crispin, M, Scanlan CN, Zitzmann, N and Dwek, R. Science 2014; 343 (6166)

NMR Spectroscopic and Bioinformatic Analyses of the LTBP1 C-terminus Reveal a Highly Dynamic Domain Organisation. Robertson IB, Handford PA, Redfield C (2014) PLoS ONE 9(1): e87125. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0087125

Structural Plasticity of the Semliki Forest Virus Glycome upon Interspecies Transmission. Crispin, M, Harvey, DJ, Bitto, D, Bonomelli, C, Edgeworth, M, Scrivens, JH, Huiskonen, JT and Bowden, TA. Journal of Proteome Research (2014) 13 (3), 1702-1712

lncRNA recruits RNAi and the exosome to dynamically regulate pho1 expression in response to phosphate levels in fission yeast. Shah, S, Wittmann, S, Kilchert, C, and Vasiljeva, L. Genes & Dev (2014) 28, 231-244

Structural Analysis and Optimization of the Covalent Association between SpyCatcher and a Peptide Tag. Long, L, Fierer, JO, Rapoport, TA and Howarth, M (2014) J Mol Biol 426 (2), 309-317

Flexible gates generate occluded intermediates in the transport cycle of LacY. Stelzl, LS, Fowler, PW, Sansom, MS and Beckstein, O (2014) J Mol Biol 426 (3), 735-751

Interactions of PTEN Proteins with Phosphatidylinositol Phosphates: Insights from Molecular Dynamics Simulations of PTEN and VSP. Kalli, AC, Devaney, I and Sansom, MS. Biochemistry (2014) doi: 10.1021/bi5000299

Developments in X-ray Crystallographic Structure Determination of Biological Macromolecules. Garman, EF. Science 2014; 343, 1102-1108

Discovery of Unconventional Kinetochores in Kinetoplastids. Akiyoshi, B and Gull, K. Cell (2014) 156, 1247-1258

Molecular basis of nitrate uptake by the plant nitrate transporter NRT1.1. Parker, JL and Newstead, S. Nature (2014) 507, 68-72

Normalizing glycosphingolipids restores function in CD4+ T cells from lupus patients. McDonald, G, Deepak, S, Miguel, L, Hall, CJ, Isenberg, DA, Magee, AI, Butters, T. and Jury, EC. J Clin Invest (2014) 124, 712-724


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