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Dr Chan Li
Dr Katsuko Sato
Dr Isabelle Salard-Arnaud
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
et al.
Metal-Binding Loop Length Is a Determinant of the pK(a) of a Histidine Ligand at a Type 1 Copper Site2011
Jonathan Pointon
Dr Wendy Smith
Dr Mark Banfield
A Highly Unusual Thioester Bond in a Pilus Adhesin Is Required for Efficient Host Cell Interaction2010
Dr Wendy Smith
Jonathan Pointon
Dr Emily Abbot
Emeritus Professor Barry Hirst
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
et al.
Roles of Minor Pilin Subunits Spy0125 and Spy0130 in the Serotype M1 Streptococcus pyogenes Strain SF3702010
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
Jonathan Pointon
Dr Paul Race
Dr Wendy Smith
Professor Michael Kehoe
et al.
Solution structure of the major (Spy0128) and minor (Spy0125 and Spy0130) pili subunits from Streptococcus pyogenes2010
Dr Adriana Badarau
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Visualizing the Metal-Binding Versatility of Copper Trafficking Sites2010
Dr Paul Race
Dr Wendy Smith
Professor Michael Kehoe
Dr Mark Banfield
Crystal structure of Streptococcus pyogenes sortase A: implications for sortase mechanism2009
Dr Katsuko Sato
Dr Chan Li
Dr Isabelle Salard-Arnaud
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
et al.
Metal-binding loop length and not sequence dictates structure2009
Dr Adriana Badarau
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Kevin Waldron
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Nigel Robinson
et al.
FutA2 is a ferric binding protein from Synechocystis PCC 68032008
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Susan Firbank
Anne Lawler
Dr David Hunter
Emeritus Professor William McFarlane
et al.
pi-interaction tuning of the active site properties of metalloproteins2008
Dr Stephen Tottey
Dr Kevin Waldron
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Katsuko Sato
Dr Tim Cheek
et al.
Protein-folding location can regulate manganese-binding versus copper- or zinc-binding2008
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Regulation of protein function: Crystal packing interfaces and conformational dimerization2008
Dr Paul Race
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
Dr Mark Banfield
Conformation of the EPEC Tir protein in solution: Investigating the impact of serine phosphorylation at positions 434/4632007
Dr Chan Li
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Engineering copper sites in proteins: Loops confer native structures and properties to chimeric cupredoxins2007
Dr Mark Banfield
A divergent external loop confers antagonistic activity on floral regulators FT and TFL12006
Dr Chan Li
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Basic requirements for a metal-binding site in a protein: The influence of loop shortening on the cupredoxin azurin2006
Dr Paul Race
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Dr Mark Banfield
Insertion of the enteropathogenic Escherichia coli Tir virulence protein into membranes in vitro2006
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
The role of hydrogen bonding at the active site of a cupredoxin: The Phe114Pro azurin variant2006
Dr Mark Banfield
The structure of an ancient conserved domain establishes a structural basis for stable histidine phosphorylation and identifies a new family of adenosine-specific kinases2006
Amy Openshaw
Dr Paul Race
Dr Mark Banfield
Crystal structure of SmcL, a bacterial neutral sphingomyelinase C from Listeria2005
Dr Mark Banfield
New Listeria monocytogenes prfA* mutants, transcriptional properties of PrfA* proteins and structure-function of the virulence regulator PrfA2004
Dr Mark Banfield
Determinate and late flowering are two terminal flower1/centroradialis homologs that control two distinct phases of flowering initiation and development in Pea.2003
Dr Mark Banfield
Dr David Scott
Professor Brendan Kenny
Effect of protein kinase-A mediated phosphorylation on the structure and association properties of the enteropathogenic Escherichia coli Tir virulence protein2003
Dr Mark Banfield
Making the most of two crystals: Structural analysis of a conserved hypothetical protein using native gel screening and SAD phasing2003
Dr Mark Banfield
The crystal structure of murine PEBP-2, a homologue of PEBP/RKIP family2002
Dr Mark Banfield
Crystal structure of HisF, a histidine biosynthetic protein from Pyrobaculum aerophilum2001
Dr Mark Banfield
Identification and structure of the nerve growth factor binding site on TrkA2001
Dr Mark Banfield
Alison Robertson
Stephen Allen
Specificity in Trk Receptor: Neurotrophin Interactions: The Crystal Structure of TrkB-d5 in Complex with Neurotrophin-4/52001
Dr Mark Banfield
The structure of Antirrhinum centroradialis protein (CEN) suggests a role as a kinase regulator2000