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1.

Characterization of Small Molecule Induced Changes in Parkinson’s-Related Trafficking Via the Nedd4 Ubiquitin Signaling Cascade

A. Katherine Hatstat
Duke University - Department of Chemistry
Hannah D. Ahrendt
Duke University - Department of Chemistry
Posted: 30 Jun 2020
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A Chemical Screen Identifies a Link between Lipid Metabolism and mRNA Translation

Alba Corman
Karolinska Institutet - Division of Genome Biology
Dimitris C. Kanellis
Karolinska Institutet - Division of Genome Biology
Posted: 30 Jun 2020
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3.

Molecular Basis of C–S Bond Cleavage in the Glycyl Radical Enzyme Isethionate Sulfite-Lyase

Christopher D. Dawson
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Department of Biology
Stephania Irwin
Harvard University - Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Posted: 12 Jun 2020
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Protease Stability Correlates with Efficacy for High-Affinity, Cell Penetrant MDM2-Binding Stapled Peptides

Lydia Atangcho
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Chemical Engineering
Tejas Navaratna
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Chemical Engineering
Posted: 26 May 2020
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5.

Regulation of Calcium Oscillations in ß-Cells by Co-Activated Cannabinoid Receptors

Aurélien Laguerre
Oregon Health and Science University - Department of Chemical Physiology & Biochemistry
Kaya Keutler
Oregon Health and Science University - Department of Chemical Physiology & Biochemistry
Posted: 19 May 2020
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6.

Mimicry of Non-Ribosomally Produced Antimicrobials by Ribosomal Synthesis and Posttranslational Modification

Xinghong Zhao
University of Groningen - Department of Molecular Genetics
Zhibo Li
University of Groningen - Department of Molecular Genetics
Posted: 07 May 2020
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Mechanism of Cell Penetration by Permeabilization of Late Endosomes: Interplay between a Multivalent TAT-Like Cell-Penetrating Peptide and the Lipid Bis(Monoacylglycerol)Phosphate

Dakota J. Brock
Texas A&M University - Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Helena Kondow-McConaghy
Texas A&M University - Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Posted: 07 May 2020
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8.

Catalytic Domain Plasticity of MKK7 Reveals Structural Mechanisms of Allosteric Activation and New Targeting Opportunities

Martin Schröder
Goethe University Frankfurt - Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Li Tan
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute - Department of Cancer Biology
Posted: 23 Apr 2020
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Monitoring Ligand-Induced Changes in Receptor Conformation with NanoBiT Conjugated Nanobodies

Mark Soave
University of Nottingham - Division of Physiology
Raimond Heukers
VU University Amsterdam
Posted: 21 Apr 2020
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10.

Paradoxical Activation of c-Src as a Drug-Resistant Mechanism

Makio Higuchi
Kyoto University - Department of Pharmacology
Kenichi Ishiyama
Kyoto University - Department of Pharmacology
Posted: 16 Apr 2020
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11.

Inducible Degradation of Target Proteins Through a Tractable Affinity-Directed PROtein Missile (AdPROM) System

Luke Simpson
University of Dundee - MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit
Thomas Macartney
University of Dundee - MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit
Posted: 24 Mar 2020
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12.

The Orphan Nuclear Receptor TLX is a Receptor for Synthetic and Natural Retinoids

Kristine Griffett
Washington University in St. Louis - Center for Clinical Pharmacology
Gonzaol Bedia-Diaz
Washington University in St. Louis - Center for Clinical Pharmacology
Posted: 04 Mar 2020
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13.

Photoaffinity Labeling and Quantitative Chemical Proteomics Identify Liver X Receptor β as the Functional Target of Enhancers of Astrocytic Apolipoprotein E

Uthpala Seneviratne
Pfizer Worldwide Research and Development - Medicine Design
Zhen Huang
Pfizer Worldwide Research and Development - Medicine Design
Posted: 07 Feb 2020
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14.

Dioctatin Unregulates ClpP to Degrade Mitochondrial Components and Inhibits Aflatoxin Production

Tomohiro Furukawa
Teikyo University - Department of Biosciences
Hidekazu Katayama
Tokai University - Department of Applied Biochemistry
Posted: 03 Jan 2020
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15.

Fluorescence Probes Exhibit Photoinduced Structural Planarization: Sensing in vitro and in vivo Microscopic Dynamics of Viscosity Free from Polarity Interference

Cheng-Ham Wu
National Taiwan University - Department of Chemistry
Yi Chen
National Taiwan University - Department of Chemistry
Posted: 03 Jan 2020
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16.

Targeting Endogenous K-RAS for Degradation Through the Affinity-Directed Protein Missile System

Sascha Röth
University of Dundee - MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit
Thomas J. Macartney
University of Dundee - MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit
Posted: 12 Nov 2019
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17.

Radiation-Induced Lipid Peroxidation Triggers Ferroptosis and Synergizes with Ferroptosis Inducers

Ling F. Ye
Columbia University - Department of Biological Sciences
Kunal R. Chaudhary
Columbia University - Department of Radiation Oncology
Posted: 07 Nov 2019
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18.

The Antimalarial Natural Product Salinipostin a Identifies Essential α/β Serine Hydrolases Involved in Lipid Metabolism in P. Falciparum Parasites

Euna Yoo
Stanford University - Department of Pathology
Christopher J. Schulze
Stanford University - Department of Pathology
Posted: 03 Nov 2019
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19.

Direct PPARγ Activation by L-Thyroxin and TETRAC Links Thyroid Hormone and PPAR Signaling

Leonie Gellrich
Goethe University Frankfurt - Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pascal Heitel
Goethe University Frankfurt - Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Posted: 15 Oct 2019
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DAGL-Beta Functions as a PUFA-Specific Triacylglycerol Lipase in Macrophages

Myungsun Shin
University of Virginia - Department of Chemistry
Timothy B. Ware
University of Virginia - Department of Chemistry
Posted: 07 Oct 2019
Sneak Peek Status: Review Complete
Downloads 5