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    1. Palliser, CC; Parry, DAD
      Quantitative comparison of the ability of hydropathy scales to recognize surface beta-strands in proteins

      PROTEINS-STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND GENETICS
    2. Leung, CL; Liem, RKH; Parry, DAD; Green, KJ
      The plakin family

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    3. Parry, DAD; Marekov, LN; Steinert, PM
      Subfilamentous protofibril structures in fibrous proteins - Cross-linking evidence for protofibrils in intermediate filaments

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Mehrani, T; Wu, KC; Morasso, MI; Bryan, JT; Marekov, LN; Parry, DAD; Steinert, PM
      Residues in the 1A rod domain segment and the linker L2 are required for stabilizing the A(11) molecular alignment mode in keratin intermediate filaments

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Fujiwara, S; Takeo, N; Otani, Y; Parry, DAD; Kunimatsu, M; Lu, R; Sasaki, M; Matsuo, N; Khaleduzzaman, M; Yoshioka, H
      Epiplakin, a novel member of the plakin family originally identified as a 450-kDa human epidermal autoantigen - Structure and tissue localization

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Wu, KC; Bryan, JT; Morasso, MI; Jang, SI; Lee, JH; Yang, JM; Marekov, LN; Parry, DAD; Steinert, PM
      Coiled-coil trigger motifs in the 1B and 2B rod domain segments are required for the stability of keratin intermediate filaments

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    7. Palliser, CC; MacArthur, MW; Parry, DAD
      Surface beta-strands in proteins: Identification using an hydropathy technique

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    8. Citi, S; D'Atri, F; Parry, DAD
      Human and Xenopus cingulin share a modular organization of the coiled-coilrod domain: Predictions for intra- and intermolecular assembly

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    9. Herrmann, H; Strelkov, SV; Feja, B; Rogers, KR; Brettel, M; Lustig, A; Haner, M; Parry, DAD; Steinert, PM; Burkhard, P; Aebi, U
      The intermediate filament protein consensus motif of helix 2B: Its atomic structure and contribution to assembly

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Wang, H; Parry, DAD; Jones, LN; Idler, WW; Marekov, LN; Steinert, PM
      In vitro assembly and structure of trichocyte keratin intermediate filaments: A novel role for stabilization by disulfide bonding

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    11. Parry, DAD; Steinert, PM
      Intermediate filaments: molecular architecture, assembly, dynamics and polymorphism

      QUARTERLY REVIEWS OF BIOPHYSICS
    12. Korge, BP; Hamm, H; Jury, CS; Traupe, H; Irvine, AD; Healy, E; Birch-Machin, M; Rees, JL; Messenger, AG; Holmes, SC; Parry, DAD; Munro, CS
      Identification of novel mutations in basic hair keratins hHb1 and hHb6 in monilethrix: Implications for protein structure and clinical phenotype

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    13. Cordenonsi, M; D'Atri, F; Hammar, E; Parry, DAD; Kendrick-Jones, J; Shore, D; Citi, S
      Cingulin contains globular and coiled-coil domains and interacts with ZO-1, ZO-2, ZO-3, and myosin

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    14. Steinert, PM; Marekov, LN; Parry, DAD
      Molecular parameters of type IV alpha-internexin and type IV-type III alpha-internexin-vimentin copolymer intermediate filaments

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Steinert, PM; Chou, YH; Prahlad, V; Parry, DAD; Marekov, LN; Wu, KC; Jang, SI; Goldman, RD
      A high molecular weight intermediate filament-associated protein in BHK-21cells is nestin, a type VI intermediate filament protein - Limited co-assembly in vitro to form heteropolymers with type III vimentin and type IV alpha-internexin

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. WU K; JANG SI; IDLER W; MAREKOV LN; PARRY DAD; YANG JM; STEINERT PM
      CONSERVED IONIC PAIRS ESSENTIAL FOR THE STABILIZATION OF COILED-COIL MOLECULES OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    17. STEINERT PM; JANG SJ; WU K; MAREKOV LN; PARRY DAD; PRAHLAD V; CHOU YH; GOLDMAN RD
      ISOLATION OF TYPE VI NESTIN FROM BHK-21-CELLS - COASSEMBLY IN-VITRO WITH TYPE-III VIMENTIN AND TYPE-IV ALPHA-INTERNEXIN TO FORM HETERODIMERCOILED-COIL MOLECULES AND INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    18. PARRY DAD; MAREKOV LN; STEINERT PM
      MOLECULAR-PARAMETERS OF TYPE-IV ALPHA-INTERNEXIN AND TYPE IV-TYPE IIIALPHA-INTERNEXIN-VIMENTIN COPOLYMER INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    19. PARRY DAD; SQUIRE JM
      FIBROUS PROTEINS

      Journal of structural biology (Print)
    20. PARRY DAD; NORTH ACT
      HARD ALPHA-KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT CHAINS - SUBSTRUCTURE OF THEN-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL DOMAINS AND THE PREDICTED STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE C-TERMINAL DOMAINS OF TYPE-I AND TYPE-II CHAINS

      Journal of structural biology (Print)
    21. COHEN C; PARRY DAD
      A CONSERVED C-TERMINAL ASSEMBLY REGION IN PARAMYOSIN AND MYOSIN RODS

      Journal of structural biology (Print)
    22. LANGLEY R; LEUNG E; MORRIS C; BERG R; MCDONALD M; WEAVER A; PARRY DAD; NI J; SU J; GENTZ R; SPURR N; KRISSANSEN GW
      IDENTIFICATION OF MULTIPLE FORMS OF 180-KDA RIBOSOME RECEPTOR IN HUMAN-CELLS

      DNA and cell biology
    23. PATTERSONKANE JC; WILSON AM; FIRTH EC; PARRY DAD; GOODSHIP AE
      COMPARISON OF COLLAGEN FIBRIL POPULATIONS IN THE SUPERFICIAL DIGITAL FLEXOR TENDONS OF EXERCISE AND NONEXERCISED THOROUGHBREDS (VOL 29, 121, 1997)

      Equine veterinary journal
    24. PATTERSONKANE JC; WILSON AM; FIRTH EC; PARRY DAD; GOODSHIP AE
      EXERCISE-RELATED ALTERATIONS IN CRIMP MORPHOLOGY IN THE CENTRAL REGIONS OF SUPERFICIAL DIGITAL FLEXOR TENDONS FROM YOUNG THOROUGHBREDS - A CONTROLLED-STUDY

      Equine veterinary journal
    25. PATTERSONKANE JC; FIRTH EC; PARRY DAD; WILSON AM; GOODSHIP AE
      EFFECTS OF TRAINING ON COLLAGEN FIBRIL POPULATIONS IN THE SUSPENSORY LIGAMENT AND DEEP DIGITAL FLEXOR TENDON OF YOUNG THOROUGHBREDS

      American journal of veterinary research
    26. VIRATA MLA; PARRY DAD; GREEN KJ
      DESMOPLAKINS, BULLOUS PEMPHIGOID ANTIGEN, AND PLECTIN BELONG TO A FAMILY OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS

      The FASEB journal
    27. PATTERSONKANE JC; WILSON AM; FIRTH EC; PARRY DAD; GOODSHIP AE
      COMPARISON OF COLLAGEN FIBRIL POPULATIONS IN THE SUPERFICIAL DIGITAL FLEXOR TENDONS OF EXERCISED AND NONEXERCISED THOROUGHBREDS

      Equine veterinary journal
    28. JONES LN; SIMON M; WATTS NR; BOOY FP; STEVEN AC; PARRY DAD
      INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT STRUCTURE - HARD ALPHA-KERATIN

      Biophysical chemistry
    29. PATTERSONKANE JC; PARRY DAD; BIRCH HL; GOODSHIP AE; FIRTH EC
      AN AGE-RELATED STUDY OF MORPHOLOGY AND CROSS-LINK COMPOSITION OF COLLAGEN FIBRILS IN THE DIGITAL FLEXOR TENDONS OF YOUNG THOROUGHBRED HORSES

      Connective tissue research
    30. PATTERSONKANE JC; PARRY DAD; GOODSHIP AE; FIRTH EC
      EXERCISE MODIFIES THE AGE-RELATED CHANGE IN CRIMP PATTERN IN THE COREREGION OF THE EQUINE SUPERFICIAL DIGITAL FLEXOR TENDON

      New Zealand Veterinary Journal
    31. RUHRBERG C; HAJIBAGHERI MAN; PARRY DAD; WATT FM
      PERIPLAKIN, A NOVEL COMPONENT OF CORNIFIED ENVELOPES AND DESMOSOMES THAT BELONGS TO THE PLAKIN FAMILY AND FORMS COMPLEXES WITH ENVOPLAKIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    32. PATTERSONKANE JC; FIRTH EC; GOODSHIP AE; PARRY DAD
      AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN COLLAGEN CRIMP PATTERNS IN THE SUPERFICIALDIGITAL FLEXOR TENDON CORE REGION OF UNTRAINED HORSES

      Australian Veterinary Journal
    33. BROWN JH; COHEN C; PARRY DAD
      HEPTAD BREAKS IN ALPHA-HELICAL COILED COILS - STUTTERS AND STAMMERS

      Proteins
    34. DAVANKAR SP; DEANE NJ; DAVIES AS; FIRTH EC; HODGE H; PARRY DAD
      COLLAGEN FIBRIL DIAMETER DISTRIBUTIONS IN LIGAMENTS AND TENDONS OF THE CARPAL REGION OF THE HORSE

      Connective tissue research
    35. FRASER RDB; PARRY DAD
      THE MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE OF REPTILIAN KERATIN

      International journal of biological macromolecules
    36. PARRY DAD
      HARD ALPHA-KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS - AN ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATION OF THE LOW-ANGLE EQUATORIAL X-RAY-DIFFRACTION PATTERN, AND THE AXIAL DISPOSITION OF PUTATIVE DISULFIDE BONDS IN THE INTRA-PROTOFILAMENTOUS AND INTER-PROTOFILAMENTOUS NETWORKS

      International journal of biological macromolecules
    37. PARRY DAD; JONES LN; BOOY FP; CHENG N; WATTS NR; STEVEN AC
      INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT STRUCTURE - HARD ALPHA-KERATIN

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    38. PARRY DAD
      HARD ALPHA-KERATIN IF - A STRUCTURAL MODEL LACKING A HEAD-TO-TAIL MOLECULAR OVERLAP BUT HAVING HYBRID FEATURES CHARACTERISTIC OF BOTH EPIDERMAL KERATIN AND VIMENTIN IF

      Proteins
    39. KARTASOVA T; PARRY DAD; STEINERT PM
      MODELING OF SMALL PROLINE-RICH PROTEIN EVOLUTION AND STRUCTURE

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    40. KOCH EA; SPITZER RH; PITHAWALLA RB; PARRY DAD
      AN UNUSUAL INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT SUBUNIT FROM THE CYTOSKELETAL BIOPOLYMER RELEASED EXTRACELLULARLY INTO SEAWATER BY THE PRIMITIVE HAGFISH (EPTATRETUS-STOUTI) (VOL 107, PG 3133, 1994)

      Journal of Cell Science
    41. NORTH ACT; STEINERT PM; PARRY DAD
      COILED-COIL STUTTER AND LINK SEGMENTS IN KERATIN AND OTHER INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT MOLECULES - A COMPUTER MODELING STUDY

      Proteins
    42. KOWALCZYK AP; STAPPENBECK TS; PARRY DAD; PALKA HL; VIRATA MLA; BORNSLAEGER EA; NILLES LA; GREEN KJ
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF DESMOSOMAL TRANSMEMBRANE CORE AND PLAQUE MOLECULES

      Biophysical chemistry
    43. COHEN C; PARRY DAD
      ALPHA-HELICAL COILED COILS - MORE FACTS AND BETTER PREDICTIONS (VOL 263, PG 488, 1994)

      Science
    44. COHEN C; PARRY DAD
      ALPHA-HELICAL COILED COILS - MORE FACTS AND BETTER PREDICTIONS

      Science
    45. STEINERT PM; NORTH ACT; PARRY DAD
      STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    46. NORTH ACT; STEINERT PM; PARRY DAD
      MODELING OF THE KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT MOLECULE

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    47. KOCH EA; SPITZER RH; PITHAWALLA RB; PARRY DAD
      AN UNUSUAL INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT SUBUNIT FROM THE CYTOSKELETAL BIOPOLYMER RELEASED EXTRACELLULARLY INTO SEAWATER BY THE PRIMITIVE HAGFISH (EPTATRETUS-STOUTI)

      Journal of Cell Science
    48. CHIU ML; PARRY DAD; FELDMAN SR; KLAPPER DG; OKEEFE EJ
      AN ADHERENS JUNCTION PROTEIN IS A MEMBER OF THE FAMILY OF LACTOSE-BINDING LECTINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. SCHROEDER WT; STEWARTGALETKA S; MANDAVILLI S; PARRY DAD; GOLDSMITH L; DUVIC M
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL EPIDERMAL-CELL SURFACE-ANTIGEN (ESA)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. PARRY DAD
      NUMA CENTROPHILIN - SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF THE COILED-COIL ROD DOMAIN/

      Biophysical journal
    51. BECK K; DIXON TW; ENGEL J; PARRY DAD
      IONIC INTERACTIONS IN THE COILED-COIL DOMAIN OF LAMININ DETERMINE THESPECIFICITY OF CHAIN ASSEMBLY

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    52. HASHIMOTO T; AMAGAI M; PARRY DAD; DIXON TW; TSUKITA S; TSUKITA S; MIKI K; SAKAI K; INOKUCHI Y; KUDOH J; SHIMIZU N; NISHIKAWA T
      DESMOYOKIN, A 680 KDA KERATINOCYTE PLASMA MEMBRANE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN, IS HOMOLOGOUS TO THE PROTEIN ENCODED BY HUMAN GENE AHNAK

      Journal of Cell Science
    53. STEINERT PM; MAREKOV LN; PARRY DAD
      DIVERSITY OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT STRUCTURE - EVIDENCE THAT THE ALIGNMENT OF COILED-COIL MOLECULES IN VIMENTIN IS DIFFERENT FROM THAT IN KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    54. LEE SC; KIM IG; MAREKOV LN; OKEEFE EJ; PARRY DAD; STEINERT PM
      THE STRUCTURE OF HUMAN TRICHOHYALIN - POTENTIAL MULTIPLE ROLES AS A FUNCTIONAL EF-HAND-LIKE CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEIN, A CORNIFIED CELL-ENVELOPE PRECURSOR, AND AN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT-ASSOCIATED (CROSS-LINKING)PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. STEINERT PM; MAREKOV LN; PARRY DAD
      CONSERVATION OF THE STRUCTURE OF KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS - MOLECULAR MECHANISM BY WHICH DIFFERENT KERATIN MOLECULES INTEGRATE INTO PREEXISTING KERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS DURING DIFFERENTIATION

      Biochemistry


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