Recommended Readings: Edward H. Egelman, Ph.D. Friday January 19th, 2018

Recommended Readings: Edward H. Egelman, Ph.D. Friday January 19th, 2018

Friday LecturesEdward H. Egelman

Friday, January 19, 2018  3:45 p.m.

Caspary Auditorium

Edward Egelman, Ph.D.

Harrison Distinguished Professor

Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

University of Virginia Medical School

Cryo-EM of Protein and Nucleoprotein Polymers at Near-Atomic Resolution

Recommended Readings:

Science News

Kenny Walter. Virus Holds Key to Durable Material. (2017, Jul 20). Virus Holds Key to Durable Material. R&D Magazine

Empirical Articles

Egelman, Edward H. (2017). Cryo-EM of bacterial pili and archaeal flagellar filaments. CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY. 46: 31-37

Wang, Fengbin; Burrage, Andrew M.; Postel, Sandra; et al. (2017). A structural model of flagellar filament switching across multiple bacterial species. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 8: 960

Wang, Fengbin; Coureuil, Mathieu; Osinski, Tomasz; et al. (2017). Cryoelectron Microscopy Reconstructions of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Neisseria gonorrhoeae Type IV Pili at Sub-nanometer Resolution. STRUCTURE. 25 (9): 1423-+

Kasson, Peter; DiMaio, Frank; Yu, Xiong; et al. (2017). Model for a novel membrane envelope in a filamentous hyperthermophilic virus. ELIFE. 6

Kolappan, Subramania; Coureuil, Mathieu; Yu, Xiong; et al. (2016). Structure of the Neisseria meningitidis Type IV pilus. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 7: 13015

Braun, Tatjana; Vos, Matthijn R.; Kalisman, Nir; et al. (2016). Archaeal flagellin combines a bacterial type IV pilin domain with an Ig-like domain. PNAS. 113 (37): 10352-10357

Egelman, Edward H. (2016). The Current Revolution in Cryo-EM. BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL. 110 (5): 1008-1012

Wang, Ray Yu-Ruei; Kudryashev, Mikhail; Li, Xueming; et al. (2015). De novo protein structure determination from near-atomic-resolution cryo-EM maps. NATURE METHODS. 12 (4): 335-U84

DiMaio, Frank; Yu, Xiong; Rensen, Elena; et al. (2015). A virus that infects a hyperthermophile encapsidates A-form DNA. SCIENCE. 348 (6237): 914-917

Review Papers

Egelman, Edward H. (2015). Three-dimensional reconstruction of helical polymers. ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS. 581: 54-58


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