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Hospital for Sick Children
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Detergent binding explains anomalous SDS-PAGE migration of membrane proteins
A Rath, M Glibowicka, VG Nadeau, G Chen, CM Deber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (6), 1760-1765, 2009
11032009
Non-random distribution of amino acids in the transmembrane segments of human type I single span membrane proteins
C Landolt-Marticorena, KA Williams, CM Deber, RAF Reithmeier
Journal of molecular biology 229 (3), 602-608, 1993
4411993
Roles of hydrophobicity and charge distribution of cationic antimicrobial peptides in peptide-membrane interactions
LM Yin, MA Edwards, J Li, CM Yip, CM Deber
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (10), 7738-7745, 2012
4322012
Hypothesis about the function of membrane-buried proline residues in transport proteins.
CJ Brandl, CM Deber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 83 (4), 917-921, 1986
4321986
Alpha-helical, but not beta-sheet, propensity of proline is determined by peptide environment.
SC Li, NK Goto, KA Williams, CM Deber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (13), 6676-6681, 1996
3611996
Basis for selectivity of cationic antimicrobial peptides for bacterial versus mammalian membranes
E Glukhov, M Stark, LL Burrows, CM Deber
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (40), 33960-33967, 2005
3402005
Proline residues in transmembrane helixes: structural or dynamic role?
KA Williams, CM Deber
Biochemistry 30 (37), 8919-8923, 1991
3151991
Why cyclic peptides? Complementary approaches to conformations
CM Deber, V Madison, ER Blout
Accounts of Chemical Research 9 (3), 106-113, 1976
3001976
Nuclear magnetic resonance evidence for cis-peptide bonds in proline oligomers
CM Deber, FA Bovey, JP Carver, ER Blout
Journal of the American Chemical Society 92 (21), 6191-6198, 1970
2671970
Cationic hydrophobic peptides with antimicrobial activity
M Stark, LP Liu, CM Deber
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 46 (11), 3585-3590, 2002
2602002
The structure of “unstructured” regions in peptides and proteins: role of the polyproline II helix in protein folding and recognition
A Rath, AR Davidson, CM Deber
Peptide Science: Original Research on Biomolecules 80 (2‐3), 179-185, 2005
2462005
Conformations of (XL-Pro-Y) 2 cyclic hexapeptides. Preferred. beta.-turn conformers and implications for. beta. turns in proteins
LM Gierasch, CM Deber, V Madison, CH Niu, ER Blout
Biochemistry 20 (16), 4730-4738, 1981
2311981
A measure of helical propensity for amino acids in membrane environments
SC Li, CM Deber
Nature structural biology 1 (6), 368-373, 1994
2241994
TM Finder: a prediction program for transmembrane protein segments using a combination of hydrophobicity and nonpolar phase helicity scales
CM Deber, C Wang, LP Liu, AS Prior, S Agrawal, BL Muskat, AJ Cuticchia
Protein Science 10 (1), 212-219, 2001
1692001
Central nervous system myelin: structure, function, and pathology
CM Deber, SJ Reynolds
Clinical biochemistry 24 (2), 113-134, 1991
1691991
Guidelines for membrane protein engineering derived from de novo designed model peptides
LP Liu, CM Deber
Peptide Science 47 (1), 41-62, 1998
1551998
Transmembrane aromatic amino acid distribution in P-glycoprotein: a functional role in broad substrate specificity
AB Pawagi, J Wang, M Silverman, RAF Reithmeier, CM Deber
Journal of molecular biology 235 (2), 554-564, 1994
1471994
The affinity of GXXXG motifs in transmembrane helix-helix interactions is modulated by long-range communication
RA Melnyk, S Kim, AR Curran, DM Engelman, JU Bowie, CM Deber
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (16), 16591-16597, 2004
1452004
Cyclic peptides. IX. Conformations of a synthetic ion-binding cyclic peptide, cyclo-(Pro-Gly) 3, from circular dichroism and proton and carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance
V Madison, M Atreyi, CM Deber, ER Blout
Journal of the American Chemical Society 96 (21), 6725-6734, 1974
1441974
SDS micelles as a membrane-mimetic environment for transmembrane segments
DV Tulumello, CM Deber
Biochemistry 48 (51), 12096-12103, 2009
1412009
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