IcmQ in the Type 4b Secretion System Contains an NAD(+) Binding Domain.
The Allosteric Mechanism Induced by Protein Kinase A (PKA) Phosphorylation of Dematin (Band 4.9).
On the unyielding hydrophobic core of villin headpiece.
Identification of a specific region of Plasmodium falciparum EBL-1 that binds to host receptor glycophorin B and inhibits merozoite invasion in human red blood cells.
Intraocular ophthalmic ointment following anterior segment surgery.
On unsatisfied hydrogen bonds in the N-terminal subdomain of villin headpiece.
Competition between Intradomain and Interdomain Interactions: A Buried Salt Bridge Is Essential for Villin Headpiece Folding and Actin Binding.
Interfacial properties of apolipoprotein B292-593 (B6.4-13) and B611-782 (B13-17). Insights into the structure of the lipovitellin homology region in apolipoprotein B.
Molecular model of the microvillar cytoskeleton and organization of the brush border.
Nonsynonymous mutations within APOB in human familial hypobetalipoproteinemia: evidence for feedback inhibition of lipogenesis and postendoplasmic reticulum degradation of apolipoprotein B.
Identifying competitive protein antagonists for F-actin with reverse-phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
How to arm a supervillin: designing F-actin binding activity into supervillin headpiece.
Heterogeneity and dynamics in villin headpiece crystal structures.
A novel missense HGD gene mutation, K57N, in a patient with alkaptonuria.
Dematin exhibits a natively unfolded core domain and an independently folded headpiece domain.
Interfacial properties of a complex multi-domain 490 amino acid peptide derived from apolipoprotein B (residues 292-782).
Phosphorylation-induced changes in backbone dynamics of the dematin headpiece C-terminal domain.
Slow motions in chicken villin headpiece subdomain probed by cross-correlated NMR relaxation of amide NH bonds in successive residues.
Reconstituting initial events during the assembly of apolipoprotein B-containing lipoproteins in a cell-free system.
Crystal structure of a pH-stabilized mutant of villin headpiece.
The differential impact of disulfide bonds and N-linked glycosylation on the stability and function of CD14.
Missense mutations in APOB within the betaalpha1 domain of human APOB-100 result in impaired secretion of ApoB and ApoB-containing lipoproteins in familial hypobetalipoproteinemia.
Ligand-induced conformational changes allosterically activate Toll-like receptor 9.
The isolated sixth gelsolin repeat and headpiece domain of villin bundle F-actin in the presence of calcium and are linked by a 40-residue unstructured sequence.
Structural analysis of reconstituted lipoproteins containing the N-terminal domain of apolipoprotein B.
Defining lipid-interacting domains in the N-terminal region of apolipoprotein B.
A phosphorylation-induced conformation change in dematin headpiece.
Characterizing a partially folded intermediate of the villin headpiece domain under non-denaturing conditions: contribution of His41 to the pH-dependent stability of the N-terminal subdomain.
Multistate folding of the villin headpiece domain.
Networking at the Protein Society symposium.
High-resolution crystal structures of villin headpiece and mutants with reduced F-actin binding activity.
Limited proteolysis and biophysical characterization of the lipovitellin homology region in apolipoprotein B.
The NMR structure of dematin headpiece reveals a dynamic loop that is conformationally altered upon phosphorylation at a distal site.
Dynamic NMR line-shape analysis demonstrates that the villin headpiece subdomain folds on the microsecond time scale.
Solution structure of switch Arc, a mutant with 3(10) helices replacing a wild-type beta-ribbon.
A novel nontruncating APOB gene mutation, R463W, causes familial hypobetalipoproteinemia.
Temperature-dependent dynamics of the villin headpiece helical subdomain, an unusually small thermostable protein.
Villin-type headpiece domains show a wide range of F-actin-binding affinities.
The role of aromatic residues in the hydrophobic core of the villin headpiece subdomain.
Zinc and copper bind to unique sites of histatin 5.
The N-terminal 17% of apoB binds tightly and irreversibly to emulsions modeling nascent very low density lipoproteins.
An evolutionary bridge to a new protein fold.
NMR structure of an F-actin-binding "headpiece" motif from villin.
Evolution of a protein fold in vitro.
NMR structure of the 35-residue villin headpiece subdomain.
A thermostable 35-residue subdomain within villin headpiece.
Minimum length of a sequence-specific DNA binding peptide.
Conformational and membrane-binding properties of a signal sequence are largely unaltered by its adjacent mature region.
Fluorescence analysis of tryptophan-containing variants of the LamB signal sequence upon insertion into a lipid bilayer.
Sequence-specific DNA binding by a short peptide dimer.
Biophysical studies of signal peptides: implications for signal sequence functions and the involvement of lipid in protein export.
Helix formation and stability in a signal sequence.
Functional and nonfunctional LamB signal sequences can be distinguished by their biophysical properties.
Conformations and orientations of a signal peptide interacting with phospholipid monolayers.