Danny Hatters
Danny Hatters
Professor of Biochemistry, University of Melbourne
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Apolipoprotein E structure: insights into function
DM Hatters, CA Peters-Libeu, KH Weisgraber
Trends in biochemical sciences 31 (8), 445-454, 2006
Structural and functional analysis of a plant resistance protein TIR domain reveals interfaces for self-association, signaling, and autoregulation
M Bernoux, T Ve, S Williams, C Warren, D Hatters, E Valkov, X Zhang, ...
Cell host & microbe 9 (3), 200-211, 2011
Prion-like domains in RNA binding proteins are essential for building subnuclear paraspeckles
S Hennig, G Kong, T Mannen, A Sadowska, S Kobelke, A Blythe, GJ Knott, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 210 (4), 529-539, 2015
Macromolecular crowding accelerates amyloid formation by human apolipoprotein C-II
DM Hatters, AP Minton, GJ Howlett
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (10), 7824-7830, 2002
Apolipoprotein E4 forms a molten globule: a potential basis for its association with disease
JA Morrow, DM Hatters, B Lu, P Höchtl, KA Oberg, B Rupp, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (52), 50380-50385, 2002
Identifying polyglutamine protein species in situ that best predict neurodegeneration
J Miller, M Arrasate, E Brooks, CP Libeu, J Legleiter, D Hatters, J Curtis, ...
Nature chemical biology 7 (12), 925-934, 2011
Walking the tightrope: proteostasis and neurodegenerative disease
JJ Yerbury, L Ooi, A Dillin, DN Saunders, DM Hatters, PM Beart, ...
Journal of neurochemistry 137 (4), 489-505, 2016
Fibrillar amyloid protein present in atheroma activates CD36 signal transduction
LA Medeiros, T Khan, JB El Khoury, CLL Pham, DM Hatters, GJ Howlett, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (11), 10643-10648, 2004
Human apolipoprotein C-II forms twisted amyloid ribbons and closed loops
DM Hatters, CE MacPhee, LJ Lawrence, WH Sawyer, GJ Howlett
Biochemistry 39 (28), 8276-8283, 2000
Distinct partitioning of ALS associated TDP-43, FUS and SOD1 mutants into cellular inclusions
NE Farrawell, IA Lambert-Smith, ST Warraich, IP Blair, DN Saunders, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 13416, 2015
A thiol probe for measuring unfolded protein load and proteostasis in cells
MZ Chen, NS Moily, JL Bridgford, RJ Wood, M Radwan, TA Smith, Z Song, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-11, 2017
Tracking mutant huntingtin aggregation kinetics in cells reveals three major populations that include an invariant oligomer pool
MA Olshina, LM Angley, YM Ramdzan, J Tang, MF Bailey, AF Hill, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 285 (28), 21807-21816, 2010
The molecular chaperone, α-crystallin, inhibits amyloid formation by apolipoprotein C-II
DM Hatters, RA Lindner, JA Carver, GJ Howlett
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (36), 33755-33761, 2001
Tracking protein aggregation and mislocalization in cells with flow cytometry
YM Ramdzan, S Polling, CPZ Chia, IHW Ng, AR Ormsby, NP Croft, ...
Nature methods 9 (5), 467-470, 2012
Amino-terminal domain stability mediates apolipoprotein E aggregation into neurotoxic fibrils
DM Hatters, N Zhong, E Rutenber, KH Weisgraber
Journal of molecular biology 361 (5), 932-944, 2006
Model of biologically active apolipoprotein E bound to dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine
CA Peters-Libeu, Y Newhouse, DM Hatters, KH Weisgraber
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (2), 1073-1079, 2006
Huntingtin inclusions trigger cellular quiescence, deactivate apoptosis, and lead to delayed necrosis
YM Ramdzan, MM Trubetskov, AR Ormsby, EA Newcombe, X Sui, ...
Cell reports 19 (5), 919-927, 2017
The structural basis for amyloid formation by plasma apolipoproteins: a review
DM Hatters, GJ Howlett
European Biophysics Journal 31, 2-8, 2002
Modulation of apolipoprotein E structure by domain interaction: differences in lipid-bound and lipid-free forms
DM Hatters, MS Budamagunta, JC Voss, KH Weisgraber
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (40), 34288-34295, 2005
NMR structure of human apolipoprotein C-II in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate
CA MacRaild, DM Hatters, GJ Howlett, PR Gooley
Biochemistry 40 (18), 5414-5421, 2001
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