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School of Biological Sciences > Cell and Developmental Biology" and Year is 2020

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Type: Dataset | 2020 | DRYAD | Item not available on this server.


Type: Article | 2020

Type: Meeting abstract | 2020 | Item not available on this server.


Peptide-based approach to inhibition of the multidrug resistance efflux pump AcrB - Joshua A. Jesin, Tracy A. Stone, Chloe J. Mitchell, Eamonn Reading and Charles M. Deber
Type: Article | 2020


Ciliary proteins specify the cell inflammatory response by tuning NFκB signaling, independently of primary cilia - Megan McFie, Lada Koneva, Isabella Collins, Clarissa R. Coveney, Aisling M. Clube, Anastasios Chanalaris, Tonia L. Vincent, Jelena S. Bezbradica, Stephen N. Sansom and Angus K.T. Wann
Type: Article | 2020


Type: Dataset | 2020 | Zenodo | Item not available on this server.


Capturing membrane protein ribosome nascent chain complexes in a native-like environment for co-translational studies - Grant A. Pellowe, Heather E. Findlay, Karen Lee, Tim M. Gemeinhardt, Laura R. Blackholly, Eamonn Reading and Paula J. Booth
Type: Article | 2020


Perturbed structural dynamics underlie inhibition and altered specificity of the multidrug efflux pump AcrB - Eamonn Reading, Zainab Ahdash, Chiara Fais, Vito Ricci, Xuan Wang Kan, Elizabeth Grimsey, Jack Stone, Giuliano Malloci, Andy M. Lau, Heather Findlay, Albert Konijnenberg, Paula J. Booth, Paolo Ruggerone, Attilio V. Vargiu, Laura J. V. Piddock and Argyris Politis
Type: UNSPECIFIED | 2020 | Item not available on this server.

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