LiP-SMap screen

Published: 4 Jan 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nhsktkcs3d.1
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TITLE: A map of protein-metabolite interactions reveals principles of chemical communication.
JOURNAL: CELL.
Article Type: Resource Article
First Author: Ilaria Piazza
Authors: Ilaria Piazza, Karl Kochanowski, Valentina Cappelletti, Tobias Fuhrer, Elad Noor, Uwe Sauer, Paola Picotti.
Corresponding Author: Paola Picotti

FILE: Piazza_SupplDataS8: Supplementary_DataAnalysis_S8. Related to Figure 6 and S6. Differential SEC-MS elution profiles upon ATP binding of ATP binding proteins undergoing large structural changes found by LiP-SMap.

FILE: Piazza_SupplDataS9: Supplementary_DataAnalysis_S9. Related to Figure S6. Differential SEC-MS elution profiles upon ATP binding of proteins that do not bind ATP.

FILE: Piazza_SupplDataS10: Supplementary_DataAnalysis_S10. Related to Figure 7. Concentration dependent local structural response curves relative to single conformotypic peptides.

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A Map of Protein-Metabolite Interactions Reveals Principles of Chemical Communication

Published in: Cell

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    2018-01-04

    Published: 2018-01-04

    DOI: 10.17632/nhsktkcs3d.1

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    Piazza, Ilaria (2018), “LiP-SMap screen”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/nhsktkcs3d.1

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Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule Zurich Institut fur Biochemie

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Mass Spectrometry, Drugs, Proteomics, Biomarkers, Allosteric Regulation, Cell Metabolism, Metabolite, Metabolism, Allostery, Proteolysis, Drug Interaction, Ligand Binding, Small Molecules, Drug Design of Small Molecule, Interactome, Ligand Binding Domain, Chemogenomics, Metabolome

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