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Mair E Churchill

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM - Pharmacology
Phone303/724-3670

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    R55GM052100     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Sep 1, 1995 - Aug 31, 1998
    NIH/NIGMS
    MOLECULAR RECOGNITION BY STRUCTURE OF CHROMOSOME PROTEIN
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01GM059456     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Aug 1, 1998 - Jul 31, 2004
    NIH/NIGMS
    STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF CHROMOSOMAL PROTEIN/DNA COMPLEXES
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01AI048660     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Jul 1, 2001 - May 31, 2008
    NIH/NIAID
    Structural studies of bacterial quorum sensing regulator
    Role: Principal Investigator

    S10RR018001     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Apr 1, 2003 - Mar 31, 2004
    NIH/NCRR
    X-ray area detector system for structural biology
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01GM079154     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Sep 1, 2007 - Jun 30, 2013
    NIH/NIGMS
    Molecular Mechanism of Histone H3/H4 Chaperone Function
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R21AI075177     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Feb 15, 2009 - Jan 31, 2011
    NIH/NIAID
    Structural Studies of the Early B-cell Factor (EBF)
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R56AI081872     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Sep 15, 2010 - Aug 31, 2012
    NIH/NIAID
    Molecular Basis of Bacterial Quorum Sensing Gene Regulation
    Role: Principal Investigator

    S10OD012033     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Apr 15, 2014 - Apr 14, 2015
    NIH
    Macromolecular X-ray Data Collection Instrumentation
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01GM111902     (CHURCHILL, MAIR E)Sep 1, 2014 - Jul 31, 2018
    NIH/NIGMS
    Structural and Functional Studies of the Histone Chaperone CAF-1
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Sleven H, Welsh SJ, Yu J, Churchill ME, Wright CF, Henderson A, Horvath R, Rankin J, Vogt J, Magee A, McConnell V, Green A, King MD, Cox H, Armstrong L, Lehman A, Nelson TN, Williams J, Clouston P, Hagman J, Németh AH. De Novo Mutations in EBF3 Cause a Neurodevelopmental Syndrome. Am J Hum Genet. 2017 Jan 05; 100(1):138-150. PMID: 28017370.
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    2. Liu WH, Roemer SC, Zhou Y, Shen ZJ, Dennehey BK, Balsbaugh JL, Liddle JC, Nemkov T, Ahn NG, Hansen KC, Tyler JK, Churchill ME. The Cac1 subunit of histone chaperone CAF-1 organizes CAF-1-H3/H4 architecture and tetramerizes histones. Elife. 2016 Sep 30; 5. PMID: 27690308.
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    3. Malarkey CS, Gustafson CE, Saifee JF, Torres RM, Churchill ME, Janoff EN. Mechanism of Mitochondrial Transcription Factor A Attenuation of CpG-Induced Antibody Production. PLoS One. 2016; 11(6):e0157157. PMID: 27280778; PMCID: PMC4900672.
    4. Malarkey CS, Lionetti C, Deceglie S, Roberti M, Churchill ME, Cantatore P, Loguercio Polosa P. The sea urchin mitochondrial transcription factor A binds and bends DNA efficiently despite its unusually short C-terminal tail. Mitochondrion. 2016 Jul; 29:1-6. PMID: 27101895.
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    5. Horita H, Wysoczynski CL, Walker LA, Moulton KS, Li M, Ostriker A, Tucker R, McKinsey TA, Churchill ME, Nemenoff RA, Weiser-Evans MC. Nuclear PTEN functions as an essential regulator of SRF-dependent transcription to control smooth muscle differentiation. Nat Commun. 2016 Mar 04; 7:10830. PMID: 26940659.
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    6. Sánchez-Giraldo R, Acosta-Reyes FJ, Malarkey CS, Saperas N, Churchill ME, Campos JL. Two high-mobility group box domains act together to underwind and kink DNA. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 2015 Jul; 71(Pt 7):1423-32. PMID: 26143914; PMCID: PMC4498601.
    7. Miknis GF, Stevens SJ, Smith LE, Ostrov DA, Churchill ME. Development of novel Asf1-H3/H4 inhibitors. Bioorg Med Chem Lett. 2015 Feb 15; 25(4):963-8. PMID: 25582598; PMCID: PMC4437580.
    8. Zan J, Choi O, Meharena H, Uhlson CL, Churchill ME, Hill RT, Fuqua C. A solo luxI-type gene directs acylhomoserine lactone synthesis and contributes to motility control in the marine sponge symbiont Ruegeria sp. KLH11. Microbiology. 2015 Jan; 161(Pt 1):50-6. PMID: 25355937; PMCID: PMC4811643.
    9. Blakeslee WW, Wysoczynski CL, Fritz KS, Nyborg JK, Churchill ME, McKinsey TA. Class I HDAC inhibition stimulates cardiac protein SUMOylation through a post-translational mechanism. Cell Signal. 2014 Dec; 26(12):2912-20. PMID: 25220405; PMCID: PMC4252807.
    10. Das C, Roy S, Namjoshi S, Malarkey CS, Jones DN, Kutateladze TG, Churchill ME, Tyler JK. Binding of the histone chaperone ASF1 to the CBP bromodomain promotes histone acetylation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Mar 25; 111(12):E1072-81. PMID: 24616510; PMCID: PMC3970516.
    11. Okkotsu Y, Tieku P, Fitzsimmons LF, Churchill ME, Schurr MJ. Pseudomonas aeruginosa AlgR phosphorylation modulates rhamnolipid production and motility. J Bacteriol. 2013 Dec; 195(24):5499-515. PMID: 24097945; PMCID: PMC3889618.
    12. Wysoczynski CL, Roemer SC, Dostal V, Barkley RM, Churchill ME, Malarkey CS. Reversed-phase ion-pair liquid chromatography method for purification of duplex DNA with single base pair resolution. Nucleic Acids Res. 2013 Nov; 41(20):e194. PMID: 24013567; PMCID: PMC3814375.
    13. Razzaghi H, Tempczyk-Russell A, Haubold K, Santorico SA, Shokati T, Christians U, Churchill ME. Genetic and structure-function studies of missense mutations in human endothelial lipase. PLoS One. 2013; 8(3):e55716. PMID: 23536757; PMCID: PMC3607615.
    14. Dennehey BK, Noone S, Liu WH, Smith L, Churchill ME, Tyler JK. The C terminus of the histone chaperone Asf1 cross-links to histone H3 in yeast and promotes interaction with histones H3 and H4. Mol Cell Biol. 2013 Feb; 33(3):605-21. PMID: 23184661; PMCID: PMC3666882.
    15. Malarkey CS, Churchill ME. The high mobility group box: the ultimate utility player of a cell. Trends Biochem Sci. 2012 Dec; 37(12):553-62. PMID: 23153957; PMCID: PMC4437563.
    16. Liu WH, Roemer SC, Port AM, Churchill ME. CAF-1-induced oligomerization of histones H3/H4 and mutually exclusive interactions with Asf1 guide H3/H4 transitions among histone chaperones and DNA. Nucleic Acids Res. 2012 Dec; 40(22):11229-39. PMID: 23034810; PMCID: PMC3526290.
    17. Zan J, Cicirelli EM, Mohamed NM, Sibhatu H, Kroll S, Choi O, Choi O, Uhlson CL, Wysoczynski CL, Wysoczinski CL, Murphy RC, Churchill ME, Hill RT, Fuqua C. A complex LuxR-LuxI type quorum sensing network in a roseobacterial marine sponge symbiont activates flagellar motility and inhibits biofilm formation. Mol Microbiol. 2012 Sep; 85(5):916-33. PMID: 22742196; PMCID: PMC3429658.
    18. Griner EM, Churchill ME, Brautigan DL, Theodorescu D. PKCa phosphorylation of RhoGDI2 at Ser31 disrupts interactions with Rac1 and decreases GDI activity. Oncogene. 2013 Feb 21; 32(8):1010-7. PMID: 22469974; PMCID: PMC3578973.
    19. Liu WH, Churchill ME. Histone transfer among chaperones. Biochem Soc Trans. 2012 Apr; 40(2):357-63. PMID: 22435812; PMCID: PMC3494481.
    20. Scorgie JK, Donham DC, Churchill ME. Analysis of histone chaperone antisilencing function 1 interactions. Methods Enzymol. 2012; 512:223-41. PMID: 22910209; PMCID: PMC3493145.
    21. Pollock DD, de Koning AP, Kim H, Castoe TA, Churchill ME, Kechris KJ. Bayesian analysis of high-throughput quantitative measurement of protein-DNA interactions. PLoS One. 2011; 6(11):e26105. PMID: 22069446; PMCID: PMC3206046.
    22. Malarkey CS, Bestwick M, Kuhlwilm JE, Shadel GS, Churchill ME. Transcriptional activation by mitochondrial transcription factor A involves preferential distortion of promoter DNA. Nucleic Acids Res. 2012 Jan; 40(2):614-24. PMID: 21948790; PMCID: PMC3258160.
    23. Lintz MJ, Oinuma K, Wysoczynski CL, Greenberg EP, Churchill ME. Crystal structure of QscR, a Pseudomonas aeruginosa quorum sensing signal receptor. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Sep 20; 108(38):15763-8. PMID: 21911405; PMCID: PMC3179110.
    24. Hill KK, Roemer SC, Churchill ME, Edwards DP. Structural and functional analysis of domains of the progesterone receptor. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2012 Jan 30; 348(2):418-29. PMID: 21803119; PMCID: PMC4437577.
    25. Donham DC, Scorgie JK, Churchill ME. The activity of the histone chaperone yeast Asf1 in the assembly and disassembly of histone H3/H4-DNA complexes. Nucleic Acids Res. 2011 Jul; 39(13):5449-58. PMID: 21447559; PMCID: PMC3141235.
    26. Pascreau G, Churchill ME, Maller JL. Centrosomal localization of cyclins E and A: structural similarities and functional differences. Cell Cycle. 2011 Jan 15; 10(2):199-205. PMID: 21217199; PMCID: PMC3048792.
    27. Churchill ME, Sibhatu HM, Uhlson CL. Defining the structure and function of acyl-homoserine lactone autoinducers. Methods Mol Biol. 2011; 692:159-71. PMID: 21031311; PMCID: PMC3425365.
    28. Churchill ME, Chen L. Structural basis of acyl-homoserine lactone-dependent signaling. Chem Rev. 2011 Jan 12; 111(1):68-85. PMID: 21125993; PMCID: PMC3494288.
    29. Churchill ME, Klass J, Zoetewey DL. Structural analysis of HMGD-DNA complexes reveals influence of intercalation on sequence selectivity and DNA bending. J Mol Biol. 2010 Oct 15; 403(1):88-102. PMID: 20800069; PMCID: PMC2962916.
    30. Das C, Tyler JK, Churchill ME. The histone shuffle: histone chaperones in an energetic dance. Trends Biochem Sci. 2010 Sep; 35(9):476-89. PMID: 20444609; PMCID: PMC4004086.
    31. Tizzano M, Gulbransen BD, Vandenbeuch A, Clapp TR, Herman JP, Sibhatu HM, Churchill ME, Silver WL, Kinnamon SC, Finger TE. Nasal chemosensory cells use bitter taste signaling to detect irritants and bacterial signals. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Feb 16; 107(7):3210-5. PMID: 20133764; PMCID: PMC2840287.
    32. Pascreau G, Eckerdt F, Churchill ME, Maller JL. Discovery of a distinct domain in cyclin A sufficient for centrosomal localization independently of Cdk binding. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Feb 16; 107(7):2932-7. PMID: 20133761; PMCID: PMC2840291.
    33. Chandler JR, Duerkop BA, Hinz A, West TE, Herman JP, Churchill ME, Skerrett SJ, Greenberg EP. Mutational analysis of Burkholderia thailandensis quorum sensing and self-aggregation. J Bacteriol. 2009 Oct; 191(19):5901-9. PMID: 19648250; PMCID: PMC2747893.
    34. Hill KK, Roemer SC, Jones DN, Churchill ME, Edwards DP. A progesterone receptor co-activator (JDP2) mediates activity through interaction with residues in the carboxyl-terminal extension of the DNA binding domain. J Biol Chem. 2009 Sep 04; 284(36):24415-24. PMID: 19553667; PMCID: PMC2782034.
    35. Duerkop BA, Varga J, Chandler JR, Peterson SB, Herman JP, Churchill ME, Parsek MR, Nierman WC, Greenberg EP. Quorum-sensing control of antibiotic synthesis in Burkholderia thailandensis. J Bacteriol. 2009 Jun; 191(12):3909-18. PMID: 19376863; PMCID: PMC2698390.
    36. Gangelhoff TA, Mungalachetty PS, Nix JC, Churchill ME. Structural analysis and DNA binding of the HMG domains of the human mitochondrial transcription factor A. Nucleic Acids Res. 2009 Jun; 37(10):3153-64. PMID: 19304746; PMCID: PMC2691818.
    37. Duerkop BA, Herman JP, Ulrich RL, Churchill ME, Greenberg EP. The Burkholderia mallei BmaR3-BmaI3 quorum-sensing system produces and responds to N-3-hydroxy-octanoyl homoserine lactone. J Bacteriol. 2008 Jul; 190(14):5137-41. PMID: 18487338; PMCID: PMC2447019.
    38. Roemer SC, Adelman J, Churchill ME, Edwards DP. Mechanism of high-mobility group protein B enhancement of progesterone receptor sequence-specific DNA binding. Nucleic Acids Res. 2008 Jun; 36(11):3655-66. PMID: 18474528; PMCID: PMC2441811.
    39. Khan SR, Herman J, Krank J, Serkova NJ, Churchill ME, Suga H, Farrand SK. N-(3-hydroxyhexanoyl)-l-homoserine lactone is the biologically relevant quormone that regulates the phz operon of Pseudomonas chlororaphis strain 30-84. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2007 Nov; 73(22):7443-55. PMID: 17921283; PMCID: PMC2168216.
    40. Kao DJ, Churchill ME, Irvin RT, Hodges RS. Animal protection and structural studies of a consensus sequence vaccine targeting the receptor binding domain of the type IV pilus of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. J Mol Biol. 2007 Nov 23; 374(2):426-42. PMID: 17936788; PMCID: PMC3493149.
    41. English CM, Adkins MW, Carson JJ, Churchill ME, Tyler JK. Structural basis for the histone chaperone activity of Asf1. Cell. 2006 Nov 03; 127(3):495-508. PMID: 17081973; PMCID: PMC2981792.
    42. Churchill ME. A new GNAT in bacterial signaling? Structure. 2006 Sep; 14(9):1342-4. PMID: 16962965.
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    43. Roemer SC, Donham DC, Sherman L, Pon VH, Edwards DP, Churchill ME. Structure of the progesterone receptor-deoxyribonucleic acid complex: novel interactions required for binding to half-site response elements. Mol Endocrinol. 2006 Dec; 20(12):3042-52. PMID: 16931575; PMCID: PMC2532839.
    44. Kirwan JP, Gould TA, Schweizer HP, Bearden SW, Murphy RC, Churchill ME. Quorum-sensing signal synthesis by the Yersinia pestis acyl-homoserine lactone synthase YspI. J Bacteriol. 2006 Jan; 188(2):784-8. PMID: 16385067; PMCID: PMC1347278.
    45. Gould TA, Herman J, Krank J, Murphy RC, Churchill ME. Specificity of acyl-homoserine lactone synthases examined by mass spectrometry. J Bacteriol. 2006 Jan; 188(2):773-83. PMID: 16385066; PMCID: PMC1347284.
    46. English CM, Maluf NK, Tripet B, Churchill ME, Tyler JK. ASF1 binds to a heterodimer of histones H3 and H4: a two-step mechanism for the assembly of the H3-H4 heterotetramer on DNA. Biochemistry. 2005 Oct 25; 44(42):13673-82. PMID: 16229457; PMCID: PMC4445473.
    47. Eyers PA, Churchill ME, Maller JL. The Aurora A and Aurora B protein kinases: a single amino acid difference controls intrinsic activity and activation by TPX2. Cell Cycle. 2005 Jun; 4(6):784-9. PMID: 15908779.
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    48. Dragan AI, Read CM, Makeyeva EN, Milgotina EI, Churchill ME, Crane-Robinson C, Privalov PL. DNA binding and bending by HMG boxes: energetic determinants of specificity. J Mol Biol. 2004 Oct 15; 343(2):371-93. PMID: 15451667.
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    49. Gould TA, Schweizer HP, Churchill ME. Structure of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa acyl-homoserinelactone synthase LasI. Mol Microbiol. 2004 Aug; 53(4):1135-46. PMID: 15306017.
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    50. Gould TA, Watson WT, Choi KH, Schweizer HP, Churchill ME. Crystallization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa AHL synthase LasI using beta-turn crystal engineering. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 2004 Mar; 60(Pt 3):518-20. PMID: 14993679.
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    51. Melvin VS, Harrell C, Adelman JS, Kraus WL, Churchill M, Edwards DP. The role of the C-terminal extension (CTE) of the estrogen receptor alpha and beta DNA binding domain in DNA binding and interaction with HMGB. J Biol Chem. 2004 Apr 09; 279(15):14763-71. PMID: 14739282.
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    52. Dragan AI, Klass J, Read C, Churchill ME, Crane-Robinson C, Privalov PL. DNA binding of a non-sequence-specific HMG-D protein is entropy driven with a substantial non-electrostatic contribution. J Mol Biol. 2003 Aug 22; 331(4):795-813. PMID: 12909011.
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    53. Klass J, Murphy FV, Fouts S, Serenil M, Changela A, Siple J, Churchill ME. The role of intercalating residues in chromosomal high-mobility-group protein DNA binding, bending and specificity. Nucleic Acids Res. 2003 Jun 01; 31(11):2852-64. PMID: 12771212; PMCID: PMC156723.
    54. Thomas CB, Scavetta RD, Gumport RI, Churchill ME. Structures of liganded and unliganded RsrI N6-adenine DNA methyltransferase: a distinct orientation for active cofactor binding. J Biol Chem. 2003 Jul 11; 278(28):26094-101. PMID: 12732637.
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    55. Churchill ME. Watching flipping junctions. Nat Struct Biol. 2003 Feb; 10(2):73-5. PMID: 12555078.
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    56. Melvin VS, Roemer SC, Churchill ME, Edwards DP. The C-terminal extension (CTE) of the nuclear hormone receptor DNA binding domain determines interactions and functional response to the HMGB-1/-2 co-regulatory proteins. J Biol Chem. 2002 Jul 12; 277(28):25115-24. PMID: 12006575.
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    57. Watson WT, Minogue TD, Val DL, von Bodman SB, Churchill ME. Structural basis and specificity of acyl-homoserine lactone signal production in bacterial quorum sensing. Mol Cell. 2002 Mar; 9(3):685-94. PMID: 11931774.
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    58. Watson WT, Murphy FV, Gould TA, Jambeck P, Val DL, Cronan JE, Beck von Bodman S, Churchill ME. Crystallization and rhenium MAD phasing of the acyl-homoserinelactone synthase EsaI. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 2001 Dec; 57(Pt 12):1945-9. PMID: 11717525.
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    59. Scavetta RD, Thomas CB, Walsh MA, Szegedi S, Joachimiak A, Gumport RI, Churchill ME. Structure of RsrI methyltransferase, a member of the N6-adenine beta class of DNA methyltransferases. Nucleic Acids Res. 2000 Oct 15; 28(20):3950-61. PMID: 11024175; PMCID: PMC110776.
    60. Dow LK, Jones DN, Wolfe SA, Verdine GL, Churchill ME. Structural studies of the high mobility group globular domain and basic tail of HMG-D bound to disulfide cross-linked DNA. Biochemistry. 2000 Aug 15; 39(32):9725-36. PMID: 10933789.
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    61. Murphy FV, Churchill ME. Nonsequence-specific DNA recognition: a structural perspective. Structure. 2000 Apr 15; 8(4):R83-9. PMID: 10801483.
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    62. Murphy FV, Sweet RM, Churchill ME. The structure of a chromosomal high mobility group protein-DNA complex reveals sequence-neutral mechanisms important for non-sequence-specific DNA recognition. EMBO J. 1999 Dec 01; 18(23):6610-8. PMID: 10581235; PMCID: PMC1171724.
    63. Murphy FV, Sehy JV, Dow LK, Gao YG, Churchill ME. Co-crystallization and preliminary crystallographic analysis of the high mobility group domain of HMG-D bound to DNA. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 1999 Sep; 55(Pt 9):1594-7. PMID: 10489457.
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    64. Churchill ME, Changela A, Dow LK, Krieg AJ. Interactions of high mobility group box proteins with DNA and chromatin. Methods Enzymol. 1999; 304:99-133. PMID: 10372358.
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    65. Kuo MH, Zhou J, Jambeck P, Churchill ME, Allis CD. Histone acetyltransferase activity of yeast Gcn5p is required for the activation of target genes in vivo. Genes Dev. 1998 Mar 01; 12(5):627-39. PMID: 9499399; PMCID: PMC316582.
    66. Balaeff A, Churchill ME, Schulten K. Structure prediction of a complex between the chromosomal protein HMG-D and DNA. Proteins. 1998 Feb 01; 30(2):113-35. PMID: 9489920.
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    67. Dow LK, Changela A, Hefner HE, Churchill ME. Oxidation of a critical methionine modulates DNA binding of the Drosophila melanogaster high mobility group protein, HMG-D. FEBS Lett. 1997 Sep 15; 414(3):514-20. PMID: 9323026.
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    68. Lampe DJ, Churchill ME, Robertson HM. A purified mariner transposase is sufficient to mediate transposition in vitro. EMBO J. 1996 Oct 01; 15(19):5470-9. PMID: 8895590; PMCID: PMC452289.
    69. Wolfe SA, Ferentz AE, Grantcharova V, Churchill ME, Verdine GL. Modifying the helical structure of DNA by design: recruitment of an architecture-specific protein to an enforced DNA bend. Chem Biol. 1995 Apr; 2(4):213-21. PMID: 9383423.
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    70. Churchill ME, Jones DN, Glaser T, Hefner H, Searles MA, Travers AA. HMG-D is an architecture-specific protein that preferentially binds to DNA containing the dinucleotide TG. EMBO J. 1995 Mar 15; 14(6):1264-75. PMID: 7720717; PMCID: PMC398206.
    71. Churchill ME, Stura EA, Pinilla C, Appel JR, Houghten RA, Kono DH, Balderas RS, Fieser GG, Schulze-Gahmen U, Wilson IA. Crystal structure of a peptide complex of anti-influenza peptide antibody Fab 26/9. Comparison of two different antibodies bound to the same peptide antigen. J Mol Biol. 1994 Aug 26; 241(4):534-56. PMID: 7520084.
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    72. Jones DN, Searles MA, Shaw GL, Churchill ME, Ner SS, Keeler J, Travers AA, Neuhaus D. The solution structure and dynamics of the DNA-binding domain of HMG-D from Drosophila melanogaster. Structure. 1994 Jul 15; 2(7):609-27. PMID: 7922039.
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    73. Ner SS, Travers AA, Churchill ME. Harnessing the writhe: a role for DNA chaperones in nucleoprotein-complex formation. Trends Biochem Sci. 1994 May; 19(5):185-7. PMID: 8048157.
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    74. Travers AA, Ner SS, Churchill ME. DNA chaperones: a solution to a persistence problem? Cell. 1994 Apr 22; 77(2):167-9. PMID: 8168125.
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    75. Churchill ME, Gemmell MA, Woloschak GE. Detection of retinoblastoma gene deletions in spontaneous and radiation-induced mouse lung adenocarcinomas by polymerase chain reaction. Radiat Res. 1994 Mar; 137(3):310-6. PMID: 8146273.
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    76. Ner SS, Churchill ME, Searles MA, Travers AA. dHMG-Z, a second HMG-1-related protein in Drosophila melanogaster. Nucleic Acids Res. 1993 Sep 11; 21(18):4369-71. PMID: 8414994; PMCID: PMC310074.
    77. Churchill ME, Travers AA. Protein motifs that recognize structural features of DNA. Trends Biochem Sci. 1991 Mar; 16(3):92-7. PMID: 1647556.
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    78. Churchill ME, Peak JG, Peak MJ. Correlation between cell survival and DNA single-strand break repair proficiency in the Chinese hamster ovary cell lines AA8 and EM9 irradiated with 365-nm ultraviolet-A radiation. Photochem Photobiol. 1991 Feb; 53(2):229-36. PMID: 2011627.
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    79. Guo Q, Lu M, Churchill ME, Tullius TD, Kallenbach NR. Asymmetric structure of a three-arm DNA junction. Biochemistry. 1990 Dec 11; 29(49):10927-34. PMID: 2176888.
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    80. Churchill ME, Tullius TD, Klug A. Mode of interaction of the zinc finger protein TFIIIA with a 5S RNA gene of Xenopus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1990 Jul; 87(14):5528-32. PMID: 2164687; PMCID: PMC54358.
    81. Churchill ME, Hayes JJ, Tullius TD. Detection of drug binding to DNA by hydroxyl radical footprinting. Relationship of distamycin binding sites to DNA structure and positioned nucleosomes on 5S RNA genes of Xenopus. Biochemistry. 1990 Jun 26; 29(25):6043-50. PMID: 1696501.
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    82. Churchill ME, Suzuki M. 'SPKK' motifs prefer to bind to DNA at A/T-rich sites. EMBO J. 1989 Dec 20; 8(13):4189-95. PMID: 2556263; PMCID: PMC401612.
    83. Chen JH, Churchill ME, Tullius TD, Kallenbach NR, Seeman NC. Construction and analysis of monomobile DNA junctions. Biochemistry. 1988 Aug 09; 27(16):6032-8. PMID: 3191106.
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    84. Churchill ME, Tullius TD, Kallenbach NR, Seeman NC. A Holliday recombination intermediate is twofold symmetric. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1988 Jul; 85(13):4653-6. PMID: 3387432; PMCID: PMC280493.
    85. Vrana KE, Churchill ME, Tullius TD, Brown DD. Mapping functional regions of transcription factor TFIIIA. Mol Cell Biol. 1988 Apr; 8(4):1684-96. PMID: 2837652; PMCID: PMC363329.
    86. Tullius TD, Dombroski BA, Churchill ME, Kam L. Hydroxyl radical footprinting: a high-resolution method for mapping protein-DNA contacts. Methods Enzymol. 1987; 155:537-58. PMID: 2828876.
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