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22-Mar-2005Structures of two core subunits of the bacterial type IV secretion system, VirB8 from Brucella suis and ComB10 from Helicobacter pylori.Terradot, L; Bayliss, R; Oomen, C; Leonard, GA; Baron, C; Waksman, GJournal Article
5-Feb-2010A pocket on the surface of the N-terminal BRCT domain of Mcph1 is required to prevent abnormal chromosome condensation.Richards, MW; Leung, JW; Roe, SM; Li, K; Chen, J; Bayliss, RJournal Article
19-Oct-2001Functional analysis of the hydrophobic patch on nuclear transport factor 2 involved in interactions with the nuclear pore in vivo.Quimby, BB; Leung, SW; Bayliss, R; Harreman, MT; Thirumala, G; Stewart, M; Corbett, AHJournal Article
18-Nov-2009The structure of an integrin/talin complex reveals the basis of inside-out signal transduction.Anthis, NJ; Wegener, KL; Ye, F; Kim, C; Goult, BT; Lowe, ED; Vakonakis, I; Bate, N; Critchley, DR; Ginsberg, MH; Campbell, IDJournal Article
1-Feb-2008Pix1 and Pix2 are novel WD40 microtubule-associated proteins that colocalize with mitochondria in Xenopus germ plasm and centrosomes in human cells.Hames, RS; Hames, R; Prosser, SL; Euteneuer, U; Lopes, CA; Moore, W; Woodland, HR; Fry, AMJournal Article
Mar-2009Talin 2 is a large and complex gene encoding multiple transcripts and protein isoforms.Debrand, E; El Jai Y; Spence, L; Bate, N; Praekelt, U; Pritchard, CA; Monkley, SJ; Critchley, DRJournal Article
1-May-2008Identification of a repeated domain within mammalian alpha-synemin that interacts directly with talin.Sun, N; Critchley, DR; Paulin, D; Li, Z; Robson, RMJournal Article
22-Feb-2002Paxillin associates with poly(A)-binding protein 1 at the dense endoplasmic reticulum and the leading edge of migrating cells.Woods, AJ; Roberts, MS; Choudhary, J; Barry, ST; Mazaki, Y; Sabe, H; Morley, SJ; Critchley, DR; Norman, JCJournal Article
8-Jun-2007The integrin binding site 2 (IBS2) in the talin rod domain is essential for linking integrin beta subunits to the cytoskeleton.Moes, M; Rodius, S; Coleman, SJ; Monkley, SJ; Goormaghtigh, E; Tremuth, L; Kox, C; van der Holst PP; Critchley, DR; Kieffer, NJournal Article
4-Nov-2005Mapping and consensus sequence identification for multiple vinculin binding sites within the talin rod.Gingras, AR; Ziegler, WH; Frank, R; Barsukov, IL; Roberts, GC; Critchley, DR; Emsley, JJournal Article