Recommended Readings: Wolfgang Baumeister, Ph.D. Friday May 31, 2019

Recommended Readings: Wolfgang Baumeister, Ph.D. Friday May 31, 2019

Friday LecturesWolfgang Baumeister, Ph.D

Friday, May 31, 2019  3:45 p.m

Caspary Auditorium

Wolfgang Baumeister Ph.D.


Department of Molecular Structural Biology

Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Structural Biology in situ: The Promise and Challenges of Cryo-Electron Tomography


Recommended Readings:

Science News

Structural biology: The Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry. March 11, 2019. SciTech Europa 

Empirical Articles

Majumder, Parijat; Rudack, Till; Beck, Florian; et al. (2019). Cryo-EM structures of the archaeal PAN-proteasome reveal an around-the-ring ATPase cycle. PNAS. 116 (2): 534-539

Liang, Yi-Lynn; Khoshouei, Maryam; Deganutti, Giuseppe; et al. (2018). Cryo-EM structure of the active, G(s)- protein complexed, human CGRP receptor. NATURE. 561 (7724): 492-+

Mahamid, Julia; Pfeffer, Stefan; Schaffer, Miroslava; et al. (2016). Visualizing the molecular sociology at the HeLa cell nuclear periphery. SCIENCE. 351 (6276): 969-972

Liang, Yi-Lynn; Khoshouei, Maryam; Radjainia, Mazdak; et al. (2017). Phase-plate cryo-EM structure of a class B GPCR-G-protein complex. NATURE. 546 (7656): 118-+

Beck, Florian; Unverdorben, Pia; Bohn, Stefan; et al. (2012). Near-atomic resolution structural model of the yeast 26S proteasome. PNAS. 109 (37): 14870-14875

Review Papers

Erdmann, Philipp S.; Plitzko, Juergen M.; Baumeister, Wolfgang. (2018). Addressing cellular compartmentalization by in situ cryo-electron tomography. CURRENT OPINION IN COLLOID & INTERFACE SCIENCE. 34: 89-99. PLEASE REQUEST FROM MARKUS LIBRARY.

Beck, Martin; Baumeister, Wolfgang. (2016). Cryo-Electron Tomography: Can it Reveal the Molecular Sociology of Cells in Atomic Detail? TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY. 26 (11): 825-837

Lucic, Vladan; Rigort, Alexander; Baumeister, Wolfgang. (2013). Cryo-electron tomography: The challenge of doing structural biology in situ. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY. 202 (3): 407-419

Book Chapter

Kourkoutis, Lena Fitting; Plitzko, Juergen M.; Baumeister, Wolfgang. (2012). Electron Microscopy of Biological Materials at the Nanometer Scale. ANNUAL REVIEW OF MATERIALS RESEARCH. 42: 33-58

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