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In-Cell NMR within Budding Yeast Reveals Cytoplasmic Masking of Hydrophobic Residues of FG Repeats

April 19, 2019

In-cell NMR in S. cerevisiae is a novel way of looking at disordered proteins in a crowded cellular environment. The methodology has been developed here, which could be broadly applicable to other protein systems. In an example, the non-specific interactions of the FG Nup construct, FSFG-K, with the cytoplasm is similar to previously found bacterial interactions using NMR relaxation techniques. This work was recently published in Biophysical Journal.

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Molecular determinants of tubulin's C-terminal tail conformational ensemble

Aug. 19, 2016

The disordered C-terminal tails of tubulin are biologically important but difficult to study. We describe a method to isotopically label tubulin for structural studies by NMR of the C-terminal tails.

Kathryn Wall's paper accepted by ACS Chemical Biology

Aug. 16, 2016

The paper "Molecular determinants of tubulin’s C-terminal tail conformational ensemble" by Kathryn Wall, Maria Pagratis, Geoffrey Armstrong, Jeremy Balsbaugh, Eric Verbeke, Chad Pearson, and Loren Hough was accepted to ACS Chemical Biology .