Folgen
Alaji Bah
Titel
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
Jahr
Pi-Pi contacts are an overlooked protein feature relevant to phase separation
RMC Vernon, PA Chong, B Tsang, TH Kim, A Bah, P Farber, H Lin, ...
elife 7, e31486, 2018
6292018
Folding of an intrinsically disordered protein by phosphorylation as a regulatory switch
A Bah, RM Vernon, Z Siddiqui, M Krzeminski, R Muhandiram, C Zhao, ...
Nature 519 (7541), 106-109, 2015
5612015
Modulation of intrinsically disordered protein function by post-translational modifications
A Bah, JD Forman-Kay
Journal of Biological Chemistry 291 (13), 6696-6705, 2016
4912016
Structural and hydrodynamic properties of an intrinsically disordered region of a germ cell-specific protein on phase separation
JP Brady, PJ Farber, A Sekhar, YH Lin, R Huang, A Bah, TJ Nott, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (39), E8194-E8203, 2017
4092017
Solution structure of a minor and transiently formed state of a T4 lysozyme mutant
G Bouvignies, P Vallurupalli, DF Hansen, BE Correia, O Lange, A Bah, ...
Nature 477 (7362), 111-114, 2011
3102011
Phosphoregulated FMRP phase separation models activity-dependent translation through bidirectional control of mRNA granule formation
B Tsang, J Arsenault, RM Vernon, H Lin, N Sonenberg, LY Wang, A Bah, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (10), 4218-4227, 2019
2732019
Interaction of the eukaryotic initiation factor 4E with 4E-BP2 at a dynamic bipartite interface
S Lukhele, A Bah, H Lin, N Sonenberg, JD Forman-Kay
Structure 21 (12), 2186-2196, 2013
922013
Src family kinases, adaptor proteins and the actin cytoskeleton in epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition
MA Ortiz, T Mikhailova, X Li, BA Porter, A Bah, L Kotula
Cell Communication and Signaling 19 (1), 67, 2021
792021
Rapid kinetics of Na+ binding to thrombin
A Bah, LC Garvey, J Ge, E Di Cera
Journal of biological chemistry 281 (52), 40049-40056, 2006
792006
Crystal structures of murine thrombin in complex with the extracellular fragments of murine protease-activated receptors PAR3 and PAR4
A Bah, Z Chen, LA Bush-Pelc, FS Mathews, E Di Cera
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (28), 11603-11608, 2007
742007
Thrombin allostery
E Di Cera, MJ Page, A Bah, LA Bush-Pelc, LC Garvey
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 9 (11), 1291-1306, 2007
712007
Identification of a molecular locus for normalizing dysregulated GABA release from interneurons in the Fragile X brain
YM Yang, J Arsenault, A Bah, M Krzeminski, A Fekete, OY Chao, ...
Molecular psychiatry 25 (9), 2017-2035, 2020
662020
Co-chaperones TIMP2 and AHA1 competitively regulate extracellular HSP90: client MMP2 activity and matrix proteolysis
AJ Baker-Williams, F Hashmi, MA Budzyński, MR Woodford, S Gleicher, ...
Cell reports 28 (7), 1894-1906. e6, 2019
572019
Crystal structure of thrombin in a self-inhibited conformation
AO Pineda, ZW Chen, A Bah, LC Garvey, FS Mathews, E Di Cera
Journal of biological chemistry 281 (43), 32922-32928, 2006
512006
An allosteric conduit facilitates dynamic multisite substrate recognition by the SCFCdc4 ubiquitin ligase
V Csizmok, S Orlicky, J Cheng, J Song, A Bah, N Delgoshaie, H Lin, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 13943, 2017
422017
Mutant N143P reveals how Na+ activates thrombin
W Niu, Z Chen, LA Bush-Pelc, A Bah, PS Gandhi, E Di Cera
Journal of biological chemistry 284 (52), 36175-36185, 2009
422009
Role of the A chain in thrombin function
ME Papaconstantinou, A Bah, E Di Cera
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 65, 1943-1947, 2008
392008
Na+ binding to meizothrombin desF1
ME Papaconstantinou, PS Gandhi, Z Chen, A Bah, E Di Cera
Cellular and molecular life sciences 65, 3688-3697, 2008
322008
Rigidification of the autolysis loop enhances Na+ binding to thrombin
N Pozzi, R Chen, Z Chen, A Bah, E Di Cera
Biophysical chemistry 159 (1), 6-13, 2011
312011
Stabilization of the E* form turns thrombin into an anticoagulant
A Bah, CJ Carrell, Z Chen, PS Gandhi, E Di Cera
Journal of biological chemistry 284 (30), 20034-20040, 2009
302009
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20