Willow Coyote-Maestas
Willow Coyote-Maestas
Hanna Gray and QBI fellow, UCSF
Verified email at umn.edu
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Two distinct pools of B12 analogs reveal community interdependencies in the ocean
KR Heal, W Qin, F Ribalet, AD Bertagnolli, W Coyote-Maestas, LR Hmelo, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (2), 364-369, 2017
842017
Domain insertion permissibility-guided engineering of allostery in ion channels
W Coyote-Maestas, Y He, CL Myers, D Schmidt
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-14, 2019
92019
Targeted insertional mutagenesis libraries for deep domain insertion profiling
W Coyote-Maestas, D Nedrud, S Okorafor, Y He, D Schmidt
Nucleic Acids Research, 2019
72019
A large‐scale survey of pairwise epistasis reveals a mechanism for evolutionary expansion and specialization of PDZ domains
D Nedrud, W Coyote‐Maestas, D Schmidt
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, 2021
2021
The biophysical basis of protein domain compatibility in ion channels
W Coyote-Maestas, D Nedrud, A Suma, Y He, KA Matreyek, DM Fowler, ...
2020
Deep Domain Insertion Profiling is a Window into Inward Rectifier K+ Channel Dynamics and Gating
W Coyote-Maestas, A Suma, D Nedrud, V Carnevale, D Schmidt
Biophysical Journal 118 (3), 320a, 2020
2020
A survey of pairwise epistasis supports an outside-in hierarchy of clade-specifying and function-defining residues in PSD95 PDZ3
D Nedrud, W Coyote-Maestas, D Schmidt
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
PROFILING LATENT AND ENGINEERABLE ALLOSTERY IN ION CHANNELS THROUGH SYSTEMATIC DOMAIN INSERTION
D Schmidt, W Coyote-Maestas, D Nedrud, Y He, C Myers
PROTEIN SCIENCE 28, 95-95, 2019
2019
Differential Domain Insertion Permissibility is a Measure of Engineerable Allosteric Capacity in Ion Channels
W Coyote-Maestas, Y He, C Myers, D Schmidt
Biophysical Journal 116 (3), 345a, 2019
2019
Domain Insertion Permissibility is a Measure of Engineerable Allostery in Ion Channels
W Coyote-Maestas, Y He, CL Myers, D Schmidt
bioRxiv, 334672, 2018
2018
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