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Corinne Smith
Corinne Smith
School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
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Prion protein is necessary for normal synaptic function
J Collinge, MA Whittington, KCL Sidle, CJ Smith, MS Palmer, AR Clarke, ...
Nature 370 (6487), 295-297, 1994
10501994
Membrane proteins solubilized intact in lipid containing nanoparticles bounded by styrene maleic acid copolymer
TJ Knowles, R Finka, C Smith, YP Lin, T Dafforn, M Overduin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (22), 7484-7485, 2009
5022009
Life of a clathrin coat: insights from clathrin and AP structures
MA Edeling, C Smith, D Owen
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 7 (1), 32-44, 2006
3062006
Binding of a chaperonin to the folding intermediates of lactate dehydrogenase
IG Badcoe, CJ Smith, S Wood, DJ Halsall, JJ Holbrook, P Lund, ...
Biochemistry 30 (38), 9195-9200, 1991
1901991
Clathrin coats at 21 Ĺ resolution: a cellular assembly designed to recycle multiple membrane receptors
CJ Smith, N Grigorieff, BMF Pearse
The EMBO journal 17 (17), 4943-4953, 1998
1821998
Clathrin coat construction in endocytosis
BMF Pearse, CJ Smith, DJ Owen
Current opinion in structural biology 10 (2), 220-228, 2000
1662000
Functional organization of clathrin in coats: combining electron cryomicroscopy and X-ray crystallography
A Musacchio, CJ Smith, AM Roseman, SC Harrison, T Kirchhausen, ...
Molecular cell 3 (6), 761-770, 1999
1491999
Clathrin interacts specifically with amphiphysin and is displaced by dynamin
HT McMahon, P Wigge, C Smith
FEBS letters 413 (2), 319-322, 1997
1231997
The structure of the core NuRD repression complex provides insights into its interaction with chromatin
CJ Millard, N Varma, A Saleh, K Morris, PJ Watson, AR Bottrill, L Fairall, ...
Elife 5, e13941, 2016
1062016
Natively unfolded domains in endocytosis: hooks, lines and linkers
TR Dafforn, CJI Smith
EMBO reports 5 (11), 1046-1052, 2004
962004
The energetics and cooperativity of protein folding: a simple experimental analysis based upon the solvation of internal residues
RA Staniforth, SG Burston, CJ Smith, GS Jackson, IG Badcoe, T Atkinson, ...
Biochemistry 32 (15), 3842-3851, 1993
741993
A sequential mechanism for clathrin cage disassembly by 70-kDa heat-shock cognate protein (Hsc70) and auxilin
A Rothnie, AR Clarke, P Kuzmic, A Cameron, CJ Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (17), 6927-6932, 2011
712011
Detection and characterization of intermediates in the folding of large proteins by the use of genetically inserted tryptophan probes
CJ Smith, AR Clarke, WN Chia, LI Irons, T Atkinson, JJ Holbrook
Biochemistry 30 (4), 1028-1036, 1991
661991
Clathrin: anatomy of a coat protein
CJ Smith, BMF Pearse
Trends in cell biology 9 (9), 335-338, 1999
591999
Conformational properties of the prion octa-repeat and hydrophobic sequences
CJ Smith, AF Drake, BA Banfield, GB Bloomberg, MS Palmer, AR Clarke, ...
FEBS letters 405 (3), 378-384, 1997
541997
Tetramerization of ZapA is required for FtsZ bundling
R Pacheco-Gómez, X Cheng, MR Hicks, CJI Smith, DI Roper, S Addinall, ...
Biochemical Journal 449 (3), 795-802, 2013
492013
Structural characterisation of the insecticidal toxin XptA1, reveals a 1.15 MDa tetramer with a cage-like structure
SC Lee, S Stoilova-Mcphie, L Baxter, V Fülöp, J Henderson, A Rodger, ...
Journal of molecular biology 366 (5), 1558-1568, 2007
472007
Structure of TatA paralog, TatE, suggests a structurally homogeneous form of Tat protein translocase that transports folded proteins of differing diameter
J Baglieri, D Beck, N Vasisht, CJ Smith, C Robinson
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (10), 7335-7344, 2012
432012
Cryo-EM of multiple cage architectures reveals a universal mode of clathrin self-assembly
KL Morris, JR Jones, M Halebian, S Wu, M Baker, JP Armache, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 26 (10), 890-898, 2019
392019
The mechanics of FtsZ fibers
DJ Turner, I Portman, TR Dafforn, A Rodger, DI Roper, CJ Smith, ...
Biophysical journal 102 (4), 731-738, 2012
392012
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