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Academic Article Lock on/off disulfides identify the transmembrane signaling helix of the aspartate receptor.
Academic Article Transmembrane signaling by the aspartate receptor: engineered disulfides reveal static regions of the subunit interface.
Academic Article Attractant- and disulfide-induced conformational changes in the ligand binding domain of the chemotaxis aspartate receptor: a 19F NMR study.
Academic Article Tuning the equilibrium ion affinity and selectivity of the EF-hand calcium binding motif: substitutions at the gateway position.
Academic Article Identification of a site critical for kinase regulation on the central processing unit (CPU) helix of the aspartate receptor.
Academic Article Detection of a conserved alpha-helix in the kinase-docking region of the aspartate receptor by cysteine and disulfide scanning.
Academic Article Quantitative analysis of aspartate receptor signaling complex reveals that the homogeneous two-state model is inadequate: development of a heterogeneous two-state model.
Academic Article Purification of proteins using polyhistidine affinity tags.
Academic Article The GRP1 PH domain, like the AKT1 PH domain, possesses a sentry glutamate residue essential for specific targeting to plasma membrane PI(3,4,5)P(3).
Academic Article The kinetic cycle of cardiac troponin C: calcium binding and dissociation at site II trigger slow conformational rearrangements.
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Academic Article Lateral diffusion of peripheral membrane proteins on supported lipid bilayers is controlled by the additive frictional drags of (1) bound lipids and (2) protein domains penetrating into the bilayer hydrocarbon core.
Academic Article Increasing and decreasing the ultrastability of bacterial chemotaxis core signaling complexes by modifying protein-protein contacts.

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