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R.B. Fenwick, L.J. Campbell, K. Rajasekar, S. Prasannan, D. Nietlispach, J. Camonis D. Owen, H.R. Mott (2010) The RalB-RLIP76 complex reveals a novel mode of Ral-effector interaction. Structure 18 985-995.
K.V. Rajasekar, L.J. Campbell, D. Nietlispach, D. Owen & H.R. Mott (2013) The structure of the RLIP76 (RalBP1) RhoGAP domain-Ral binding domain dyad: fixed position of the domains leads to dual engagement of small G proteins at the membrane. Structure 21 2131-2142.
C. L. Hutchinson, P.N. Lowe, S.H. McLaughlin, H.R. Mott & Owen D (2013). Differential binding of RhoA, RhoB, and RhoC to protein kinase C-related kinase (PRK) isoforms PRK1, PRK2, and PRK3: PRKs have the highest affinity for RhoB. Biochemistry. 52 7999-8011
L. J Campbell, M. Peppa, M.D. Crabtree, A. Shafiq, N.F. McGough, H.R. Mott & D. Owen (2015) Thermodynamic mapping of effector protein interfaces with RalA and RalB. Biochemistry. 54 1380-1389
H.R. Mott & D. Owen (2015) Structures of Ras superfamily effector complexes: What have we learnt in two decades? Crit Rev Biochem Mol Biol. 50 85-133.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 189.63
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