Tango7 directs cellular remodeling by the Drosophila apoptosome.
IcmQ in the Type 4b Secretion System Contains an NAD(+) Binding Domain.
Apoptosome structure, assembly, and procaspase activation.
Changes in apaf-1 conformation that drive apoptosome assembly.
Crystal structure and function of human nucleoplasmin (npm2): a histone chaperone in oocytes and embryos.
The holo-apoptosome: activation of procaspase-9 and interactions with caspase-3.
Structure of the Drosophila apoptosome at 6.9 å resolution.
The NPC-transporter, a ghost in the machine.
Structure of an apoptosome-procaspase-9 CARD complex.
Structure and function of interacting IcmR-IcmQ domains from a type IVb secretion system in Legionella pneumophila.
Single copies of Sec61 and TRAP associate with a nontranslating mammalian ribosome.
Structure of the mammalian 80S ribosome at 8.7 A resolution.
Ribosome binding of a single copy of the SecY complex: implications for protein translocation.
Three-dimensional structure of a double apoptosome formed by the Drosophila Apaf-1 related killer.
A structure of the human apoptosome at 12.8 A resolution provides insights into this cell death platform.
Architecture of the ribosome-channel complex derived from native membranes.
The structure and function of Xenopus NO38-core, a histone chaperone in the nucleolus.
Purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of the N-terminal domain of NO38, a nucleolar protein from Xenopus laevis.
Structural insight into the protein translocation channel.
The crystal structure of Drosophila NLP-core provides insight into pentamer formation and histone binding.
Histone chaperones and nucleosome assembly.
Structure of the mammalian ribosome-channel complex at 17A resolution.
Three-dimensional structure of the apoptosome: implications for assembly, procaspase-9 binding, and activation.
The crystal structure of nucleoplasmin-core: implications for histone binding and nucleosome assembly.
The structure of ribosome-channel complexes engaged in protein translocation.
A comparison of the yeast and rabbit 80 S ribosome reveals the topology of the nascent chain exit tunnel, inter-subunit bridges and mammalian rRNA expansion segments.
The bacterial SecY/E translocation complex forms channel-like structures similar to those of the eukaryotic Sec61p complex.
Three-dimensional architecture of the isolated yeast nuclear pore complex: functional and evolutionary implications.
Active nuclear pore complexes in Chironomus: visualization of transporter configurations related to mRNP export.
The yeast spindle pole body is assembled around a central crystal of Spc42p.
Oligomeric rings of the Sec61p complex induced by ligands required for protein translocation.
Structural plasticity of the nuclear pore complex.
Architecture of the Xenopus nuclear pore complex revealed by three-dimensional cryo-electron microscopy.
Probing the structure and function of the nuclear pore complex.
Visualization of transport-related configurations of the nuclear pore transporter.
Protein import through the nuclear pore complex is a multistep process.
Interactions and structure of the nuclear pore complex revealed by cryo-electron microscopy.
The innermost chorionic layer of Drosophila. II. Three-dimensional structure determination of the 90 degrees crystal form by electron microscopy.
The innermost chorionic layer of Drosophila. I. The role of chorin octamers in the formation of a family of interdigitating crystalline plates.
Electron microscopy of single molecules and crystals of F1-ATPases.
Trigonal catalase crystals: a new molecular packing assignment obtained from sections preserved with tannic acid.
Electron microscopy of beef heart F1-ATPase crystals.
Equivalence of the projected structure of thin catalase crystals preserved for electron microscopy by negative stain, glucose or embedding in the presence of tannic acid.
Electron microscopy and single molecule averaging of subunit-deficient F1-ATPases from Escherichia coli and spinach chloroplasts.
Characterization of crystals of a cytochrome oxidase (nitrite reductase) from Pseudomonas aeruginosa by x-ray diffraction and electron microscopy.
Dissociation and reconstitution of human ferroxidase II.