John Crowe
John Crowe
Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology Emeritus
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Preservation of membranes in anhydrobiotic organisms: the role of trehalose
JH Crowe, LM Crowe, D Chapman
Science 223 (4637), 701-703, 1984
JH Crowe, FA Hoekstra, LM Crowe
Annual review of physiology 54 (1), 579-599, 1992
The role of vitrification in anhydrobiosis
JH Crowe, JF Carpenter, LM Crowe
Annual review of physiology 60 (1), 73-103, 1998
Trehalose and sucrose protect both membranes and proteins in intact bacteria during drying
SB Leslie, E Israeli, B Lighthart, JH Crowe, LM Crowe
Applied and environmental microbiology 61 (10), 3592-3597, 1995
Stabilization of dry phospholipid bilayers and proteins by sugars.
JH Crowe, LM Crowe, JF Carpenter, CA Wistrom
Biochemical Journal 242 (1), 1, 1987
An infrared spectroscopic study of the interactions of carbohydrates with dried proteins
JF Carpenter, JH Crowe
Biochemistry 28 (9), 3916-3922, 1989
Interactions of sugars with membranes
JH Crowe, LM Crowe, JF Carpenter, AS Rudolph, CA Wistrom, BJ Spargo, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Reviews on Biomembranes 947 (2), 367-384, 1988
Is trehalose special for preserving dry biomaterials?
LM Crowe, DS Reid, JH Crowe
Biophysical journal 71 (4), 2087-2093, 1996
The mechanism of cryoprotection of proteins by solutes
JF Carpenter, JH Crowe
Cryobiology 25 (3), 244-255, 1988
Cold shock damage is due to lipid phase transitions in cell membranes: a demonstration using sperm as a model
EZ Drobnis, LM Crowe, T Berger, TJ Anchordoguy, JW Overstreet, ...
Journal of Experimental Zoology 265 (4), 432-437, 1993
Are freezing and dehydration similar stress vectors? A comparison of modes of interaction of stabilizing solutes with biomolecules
JH Crowe, JF Carpenter, LM Crowe, TJ Anchordoguy
Cryobiology 27 (3), 219-231, 1990
Modes of interaction of cryoprotectants with membrane phospholipids during freezing
TJ Anchordoguy, AS Rudolph, JF Carpenter, JH Crowe
Cryobiology 24 (4), 324-331, 1987
The trehalose myth revisited: introduction to a symposium on stabilization of cells in the dry state
JH Crowe, LM Crowe, AE Oliver, N Tsvetkova, W Wolkers, F Tablin
Cryobiology 43 (2), 89-105, 2001
Membrane stabilization during freezing: the role of two natural cryoprotectants, trehalose and proline
AS Rudolph, JH Crowe
Cryobiology 22 (4), 367-377, 1985
Human platelets loaded with trehalose survive freeze-drying
WF Wolkers, NJ Walker, F Tablin, JH Crowe
Cryobiology 42 (2), 79-87, 2001
Preservation of freeze-dried liposomes by trehalose
LM Crowe, JH Crowe, A Rudolph, C Womersley, L Appel
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 242 (1), 240-247, 1985
Effects of carbohydrates on membrane stability at low water activities
LM Crowe, R Mouradian, JH Crowe, SA Jackson, C Womersley
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 769 (1), 141-150, 1984
Stability of dry liposomes in sugar glasses
WQ Sun, AC Leopold, LM Crowe, JH Crowe
Biophysical Journal 70 (4), 1769-1776, 1996
Effects of three stabilizing agents—proline, betaine, and trehalose—on membrane phospholipids
AS Rudolph, JH Crowe, LM Crowe
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 245 (1), 134-143, 1986
The basis for toxicity of certain cryoprotectants: a hypothesis
T Arakawa, JF Carpenter, YA Kita, JH Crowe
Cryobiology 27 (4), 401-415, 1990
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