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    1. Falke, JJ; Hazelbauer, GL
      Transmembrane signaling in bacterial chemoreceptors

      TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCES
    2. Beel, BD; Hazelbauer, GL
      Signalling substitutions in the periplasmic domain of chemoreceptor Trg induce or reduce helical sliding in the transmembrane domain

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Ballesteros, JA; Shi, L; Javitch, JA
      Structural mimicry in G protein-coupled receptors: Implications of the high-resolution structure of rhodopsin for structure-function analysis of rhodopsin-like receptors

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Murphy, OJ; Yi, XH; Weis, RM; Thompson, LK
      Hydrogen exchange reveals a stable and expandable core within the aspartate receptor cytoplasmic domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Loo, TW; Clarke, DM
      Defining the drug-binding site in the human multidrug resistance P-glycoprotein using a methanethiosulfonate analog of verapamil, MTS-verapamil

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Yang, CS; Spudich, JL
      Light-induced structural changes occur in the transmembrane helices of theNatronobacterium pharaonis HtrII transducer

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Melnyk, RA; Partridge, AW; Deber, CM
      Retention of native-like oligomerization states in transmembrane segment peptides: Application to the Escherichia coli aspartate receptor

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Huang, HF; Harrison, SC; Verdine, GL
      Trapping of a catalytic HIV reverse transcriptase center dot template : primer complex through a disulfide bond

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    9. Falke, JJ; Kim, SH
      Structure of a conserved receptor domain that regulates kinase activity: the cytoplasmic domain of bacterial taxis receptors

      CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    10. Struthers, M; Oprian, DD
      Mapping tertiary contacts between amino acid residues within rhodopsin

      VERTEBRATE PHOTOTRANSDUCTION AND THE VISUAL CYCLE, PART A
    11. Iwama, T; Nakao, K; Nakazato, H; Yamagata, S; Homma, M; Kawagishi, I
      Mutational analysis of ligand recognition by Tcp, the citrate chemoreceptor of Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    12. Bornhorst, JA; Falke, JJ
      Attractant regulation of the aspartate receptor-kinase complex: Limited cooperative interactions between receptors and effects of the receptor modification state

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Struthers, M; Yu, HB; Oprian, DD
      G protein-coupled receptor activation: Analysis of a highly constrained, "straitjacketed" rhodopsin

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Bass, RB; Falke, JJ
      The aspartate receptor cytoplasmic domain: in situ chemical analysis of structure, mechanism and dynamics

      STRUCTURE WITH FOLDING & DESIGN
    15. Futaki, S; Aoki, M; Ishikawa, T; Kondo, F; Asahara, T; Niwa, M; Nakaya, Y; Yagami, T; Kitagawa, K
      Chemical ligation to obtain proteins comprising helices with individual amino acid sequences

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Jeffery, CJ; Koshland, DE
      The Escherichia coli aspartate receptor: sequence specificity of a transmembrane helix studied by hydrophobic-biased random mutagenesis

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    17. Ottemann, KM; Xiao, WZ; Shin, YK; Koshland, DE
      A piston model for transmembrane signaling of the aspartate receptor

      SCIENCE
    18. Kim, KK; Yokota, H; Kim, SH
      Four-helical-bundle structure of the cytoplasmic domain of a serine chemotaxis receptor

      NATURE
    19. Kostenis, E; Zeng, FY; Wess, J
      Structure-function analysis of muscarinic receptors and their associated Gproteins

      LIFE SCIENCES
    20. Nishiyama, S; Maruyama, IN; Homma, M; Kawagishi, I
      Inversion of thermosensing property of the bacterial receptor Tar by mutations in the second transmembrane region

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Harrison, MA; Murray, J; Powell, B; Kim, YI; Finbow, ME; Findlay, JBC
      Helical interactions and membrane disposition of the 16-kDa proteolipid subunit of the vacuolar H+ ATPase analyzed by cysteine replacement mutagenesis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Hunke, S; Schneider, E
      A Cys-less variant of the bacterial ATP binding cassette protein MalK is functional in maltose transport and regulation

      FEBS LETTERS
    23. Padgaonkar, VA; Lin, LR; Leverenz, VR; Rinke, A; Reddy, VN; Giblin, FJ
      Hyperbaric oxygen in vivo accelerates the loss of cytoskeletal proteins and MIP26 in guinea pig lens nucleus

      EXPERIMENTAL EYE RESEARCH
    24. Struthers, M; Yu, HB; Kono, M; Oprian, DD
      Tertiary interactions between the fifth and sixth transmembrane segments of rhodopsin

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    25. Trammell, MA; Falke, JJ
      Identification of a site critical for kinase regulation on the central processing unit (CPU) helix of the aspartate receptor

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. GOUDREAU PN; STOCK AM
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN BACTERIA - MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF STIMULUS-RESPONSE COUPLING

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    27. Mowbray, SL; Sandgren, MOJ
      Chemotaxis receptors: A progress report on structure and function

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    28. FRILLINGOS S; SAHINTOTH M; WU JH; KABACK HR
      CYS-SCANNING MUTAGENESIS - A NOVEL-APPROACH TO STRUCTURE-FUNCTION-RELATIONSHIPS IN POLYTOPIC MEMBRANE-PROTEINS

      The FASEB journal
    29. FUTAKI S
      PEPTIDE-SYNTHESIS AIMING AT ELUCIDATION AND CREATION OF PROTEIN FUNCTIONS

      Yakugaku zasshi
    30. LEEDS JA; BECKWITH J
      LAMBDA-REPRESSOR N-TERMINAL DNA-BINDING DOMAIN AS AN ASSAY FOR PROTEIN TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT INTERACTIONS IN-VIVO

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    31. HAIGH NG; WEBSTER RE
      THE MAJOR COAT PROTEIN OF FILAMENTOUS BACTERIOPHAGE-F1 SPECIFICALLY PAIRS IN THE BACTERIAL CYTOPLASMIC MEMBRANE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    32. ZHOU X; MAEDA Y; MABUCHI K; LEHRER SS
      UNFOLDING DOMAINS AND TRYPTOPHAN ACCESSIBILITY OF A 59 KDA COILED-COIL LIGHT-MEROMYOSIN

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    33. UMEMURA T; TATSUNO I; SHIBASAKI M; HOMMA M; KAWAGISHI I
      INTERSUBUNIT INTERACTION BETWEEN TRANSMEMBRANE HELICES OF THE BACTERIAL ASPARTATE CHEMORECEPTOR HOMODIMER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    34. ZHANG XN; SPUDICH JL
      HTRI IS A DIMER WHOSE INTERFACE IS SENSITIVE TO RECEPTOR PHOTOACTIVATION AND HIS-166 REPLACEMENTS IN SENSORY RHODOPSIN-I

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    35. LI M; LEE TC
      EFFECT OF CYSTEINE ON THE MOLECULAR-WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION AND THE DISULFIDE CROSS-LINK OF WHEAT-FLOUR PROTEINS IN EXTRUDATES

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    36. LEMOUAL H; QUANG T; KOSHLAND DE
      CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES IN THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI ASPARTATE RECEPTOR UPON ADAPTIVE METHYLATION

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    37. OTTEMANN KM; THORGEIRSSON TE; KOLODZIEJ AF; SHIN YK; KOSHLAND DE
      DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF SMALL LIGAND-INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES IN THE ASPARTATE CHEMORECEPTOR USING EPR

      Biochemistry
    38. FALKE JJ; BASS RB; BUTLER SL; CHERVITZ SA; DANIELSON MA
      THE 2-COMPONENT SIGNALING PATHWAY OF BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS - A MOLECULAR VIEW OF SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY RECEPTORS, KINASES, AND ADAPTATION ENZYMES

      Annual review of cell and developmental biology
    39. HUGHSON AG; LEE GF; HAZELBAUER GL
      ANALYSIS OF PROTEIN-STRUCTURE IN INTACT-CELLS - CROSS-LINKING IN-VIVOBETWEEN INTRODUCED CYSTEINES IN THE TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAIN OF A BACTERIAL CHEMORECEPTOR

      Protein science
    40. MINGARRO I; VONHEIJNE G; WHITLEY P
      MEMBRANE-PROTEIN ENGINEERING

      Trends in biotechnology
    41. HIROTA K; MATSUI M; IWATA S; NISHIYAMA A; MORI K; YODOI J
      AP-1 TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY IS REGULATED BY A DIRECT ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THIOREDOXIN AND REF-1

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. CAI KW; LANGEN R; HUBBELL WL; KHORANA HG
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN RHODOPSIN - TOPOLOGY OF THE C-TERMINAL POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN IN RELATION TO THE CYTOPLASMIC LOOPS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. PINTO LH; DIECKMANN GR; GANDHI CS; PAPWORTH CG; BRAMAN J; SHAUGHNESSY MA; LEAR JD; LAMB RA; DEGRADO WF
      A FUNCTIONALLY DEFINED MODEL FOR THE M-2 PROTON CHANNEL OF INFLUENZA-A VIRUS SUGGESTS A MECHANISM FOR ITS ION SELECTIVITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. NISHIYAMA SI; NARA T; HOMMA M; IMAE Y; KAWAGISHI I
      THERMOSENSING PROPERTIES OF MUTANT ASPARTATE CHEMORECEPTORS WITH METHYL-ACCEPTING SITES REPLACED SINGLY OR MULTIPLY BY ALANINE

      Journal of bacteriology
    45. CHI YI; YOKOTA H; KIM SH
      APO STRUCTURE OF THE LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN OF ASPARTATE RECEPTOR FROMESCHERICHIA-COLI AND ITS COMPARISON WITH LIGAND-BOUND OR PSEUDOLIGAND-BOUND STRUCTURES

      FEBS letters
    46. LI JY; LI GY; WEIS RM
      THE SERINE CHEMORECEPTOR FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI IS METHYLATED THROUGH AN INTER-DIMER PROCESS

      Biochemistry
    47. GRACEFFA P
      ARRANGEMENT OF THE COOH-TERMINAL AND NH2-TERMINAL DOMAINS OF CALDESMON BOUND TO ACTIN

      Biochemistry
    48. HARRISON PT
      PROTEIN PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN THE LIPID BILAYER (REVIEW)/

      Molecular membrane biology
    49. KAZMIERSKI WM; MCDERMED J; AULABAUGH A
      A NEW EXPERIMENTAL-METHOD TO DETERMINE THE MUTUAL ORIENTATION OF HELICES IN COILED-COIL PROTEINS - STRUCTURAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE DIMERICINTERFACE OF CJUN, CFOS, GCN4, AND GP41

      Chemistry
    50. ELLING CE; SCHWARTZ TW
      CONNECTIVITY AND ORIENTATION OF THE 7 HELICAL BUNDLE IN THE TACHYKININ NK-1 RECEPTOR PROBED BY ZINC SITE ENGINEERING

      EMBO journal
    51. VONHEIJNE G
      PRINCIPLES OF MEMBRANE-PROTEIN ASSEMBLY AND STRUCTURE

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    52. ROCA J; BERGER JM; HARRISON SC; WANG JC
      DNA TRANSPORT BY A TYPE-II TOPOISOMERASE - DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR A 2-GATE MECHANISM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. CHERVITZ SA; FALKE JJ
      MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING BY THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR - A MODEL

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. WU JH; KABACK HR
      A GENERAL-METHOD FOR DETERMINING HELIX PACKING IN MEMBRANE-PROTEINS IN-SITU - HELICES I AND II ARE CLOSE TO HELIX VII IN THE LACTOSE PERMEASE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    55. LEMOUAL H; KOSHLAND DE
      MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF THE C-TERMINAL CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF A SUPERFAMILY OF BACTERIAL RECEPTORS INVOLVED IN TAXIS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    56. GRACEFFA P; ADAM LP; MORGAN KG
      STRONG INTERACTION BETWEEN CALDESMON AND CALPONIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. EHRLE R; PICK C; ULRICH R; HOFMANN E; EHRMANN M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAIN-6, DOMAIN-7, AND DOMAIN-8 OFMALF BY MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS

      Journal of bacteriology
    58. BAUMGARTNER JW; HAZELBAUER GL
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF A TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT IN A BACTERIAL CHEMORECEPTOR

      Journal of bacteriology
    59. LI M; LEE TC
      EFFECT OF CYSTEINE ON THE FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURES OF WHEAT-FLOUR EXTRUDATES

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    60. ZHANG HJ; LIU Y; ZUHLKE RD; JOHO RH
      OXIDATION OF AN ENGINEERED PORE CYSTEINE LOCKS A VOLTAGE-GATED K+ CHANNEL IN A NONCONDUCTING STATE

      Biophysical journal
    61. RICE WJ; MACLENNAN DH
      INTRODUCTION OF CYSTEINE RESIDUES INTO THE CA2+ BINDING DOMAIN OF SERCA1

      Biophysical journal
    62. SEELEY SK; WITTROCK GK; THOMPSON LK; WEIS RM
      OLIGOMERS OF THE CYTOPLASMIC FRAGMENT FROM THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI ASPARTATE RECEPTOR DISSOCIATE THROUGH AN UNFOLDED TRANSITION-STATE

      Biochemistry
    63. SIGURDSSON ST; TUSCHL T; ECKSTEIN F
      PROBING RNA TERTIARY STRUCTURE - INTERHELICAL CROSS-LINKING OF THE HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME

      RNA
    64. BLAIR DF
      HOW BACTERIA SENSE AND SWIM

      Annual review of microbiology
    65. LEE GF; DUTTON DP; HAZELBAUER GL
      IDENTIFICATION OF FUNCTIONALLY IMPORTANT HELICAL FACES IN TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENTS BY SCANNING MUTAGENESIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    66. SELIGMAN L; BAILEY J; MANOIL C
      SEQUENCES DETERMINING THE CYTOPLASMIC LOCALIZATION OF A CHEMORECEPTORDOMAIN

      Journal of bacteriology
    67. YU HB; KONO M; MCKEE TD; OPRIAN DD
      A GENERAL-METHOD FOR MAPPING TERTIARY CONTACTS BETWEEN AMINO-ACID-RESIDUES IN MEMBRANE-EMBEDDED PROTEINS

      Biochemistry
    68. HALTIA T; FREIRE E
      FORCES AND FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE STRUCTURAL STABILITY OF MEMBRANE-PROTEINS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    69. BARNAKOV AN; DOWNING KH; HAZELBAUER GL
      STUDIES OF THE STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF A BACTERIAL CHEMORECEPTOR BY ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Journal of structural biology
    70. SCOTT WG; STODDARD BL
      TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING AND THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR

      Structure
    71. TATSUNO I; LEE L; KAWAGISHI I; HOMMA M; IMAE Y
      TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING BY THE CHIMERIC CHEMOSENSORY RECEPTORS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI TSR AND TAR WITH HETEROLOGOUS MEMBRANE-SPANNING REGIONS

      Molecular microbiology
    72. TOKISHITA S; MIZUNO T
      TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI OSMOTIC SENSOR, ENVZ - INTRAMOLECULAR COMPLEMENTATION OF TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING

      Molecular microbiology
    73. KUMAR TKS; PRASAD VVH; PANDIT MW
      ORIGIN OF MULTIPLE BANDS OF PROTEINS ON SODIUM DODECYL SULFATE-POLYACRYLAMIDE GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS - INTERMOLECULAR DISULFIDE CROSS-LINKING DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF OXIDIZING COMPONENTS IN THE REDUCING AGENT

      Journal of biochemical and biophysical methods
    74. JIN T; INOUYE M
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE CYTOPLASMIC LINKER REGION OF TAZ1-1, A TAR-ENVZ CHIMERIC RECEPTOR IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    75. SELIGMAN L; MANOIL C
      AN AMPHIPATHIC SEQUENCE DETERMINANT OF MEMBRANE-PROTEIN TOPOLOGY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    76. JEFFERY CJ; KOSHLAND DE
      A SINGLE HYDROPHOBIC TO HYDROPHOBIC SUBSTITUTION IN THE TRANSMEMBRANEDOMAIN IMPAIRS ASPARTATE RECEPTOR FUNCTION

      Biochemistry
    77. SCOTT WG; MILLIGAN DL; MILBURN MV; PRIVE GG; YEH J; KOSHLAND DE; KIM SH
      REFINED STRUCTURES OF THE LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR FROM SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    78. GOATES CY; KNUTSON K
      ENHANCED PERMEATION AND STRATUM-CORNEUM STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS IN THEPRESENCE OF DITHIOTHREITOL

      Biochimica et biophysica acta
    79. KIM SH; PRIVE GG; YEH J; SCOTT WG; MILBURN MV
      A MODEL FOR TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING IN A BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS RECEPTOR

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology


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