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20-Apr-2012Subcellular localization of talin is regulated by inter-domain interactions.Banno, A; Goult, BT; Lee, H; Bate, N; Critchley, DR; Ginsberg, MHJournal Article
Sep-2010Studies on the morphology and spreading of human endothelial cells define key inter- and intramolecular interactions for talin1.Kopp, PM; Bate, N; Hansen, TM; Brindle, NP; Praekelt, U; Debrand, E; Coleman, S; Mazzeo, D; Goult, BT; Gingras, AR; Pritchard, CA; Critchley, DR; Monkley, SJJournal Article
13-Dec-2011FERM-dependent E3 ligase recognition is a conserved mechanism for targeted degradation of lipoprotein receptors.Calkin, AC; Goult, BT; Zhang, L; Fairall, L; Hong, C; Schwabe, JW; Tontonoz, PJournal Article
17-Sep-2010Central region of talin has a unique fold that binds vinculin and actin.Gingras, AR; Bate, N; Goult, BT; Patel, B; Kopp, PM; Emsley, J; Barsukov, IL; Roberts, GC; Critchley, DRJournal Article
13-Oct-2010The structure of the talin/integrin complex at a lipid bilayer: an NMR and MD simulation study.Kalli, AC; Wegener, KL; Goult, BT; Anthis, NJ; Campbell, ID; Sansom, MSJournal Article
Feb-2011Structural basis for the assembly of the SMRT/NCoR core transcriptional repression machinery.Oberoi, J; Fairall, L; Watson, PJ; Yang, JC; Czimmerer, Z; Kampmann, T; Goult, BT; Greenwood, JA; Gooch, JT; Kallenberger, BC; Nagy, L; Neuhaus, D; Schwabe, JWJournal Article
3-Jun-2010The domain structure of talin: residues 1815-1973 form a five-helix bundle containing a cryptic vinculin-binding site.Goult, BT; Gingras, AR; Bate, N; Barsukov, IL; Critchley, DR; Roberts, GCJournal Article
13-Oct-2010The Structure of the talin head reveals a novel extended conformation of the FERM domain.Elliott, PR; Goult, BT; Kopp, PM; Bate, N; Grossmann, JG; Roberts, GC; Critchley, DR; Barsukov, ILJournal Article
2-Mar-2012A conserved lipid-binding loop in the kindlin FERM F1 domain is required for kindlin-mediated αIIbβ3 integrin coactivation.Bouaouina, M; Goult, BT; Huet-Calderwood, C; Bate, N; Brahme, NN; Barsukov, IL; Critchley, DR; Calderwood, DAJournal Article