Amilcar Perez and Britta Rued collaborated on, Negative regulation of MurZ and MurA underlies the essentiality of GpsB- and StkP-mediated protein phosphorylation in Streptococcus pneumoniae D39, a paper published in Molecular Microbiology.
Kristen Alanis was first author on, Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy of Nafion-Modified Nanopores, a paper published in the Journal of Electrochemical Society.
J.B. Holmes was first author on, Mapping complex profiles of light intensity with interferometric lithography, a paper published in Nanoscale Advances.
Rachel Fadler was an author on, Steric Control over the Threading of Pyrophosphonates with One or Two Cyanostar Macrocycles during Pseudorotaxane Formation, a paper published in Chemistry (Europe).
Ekaterina Selivanovitch was second author on, Enhancing Multistep Reactions: Biomimetic Design of Substrate Channeling Using P22 Virus-Like Particles, a paper published in Advanced Science.
New trainee Emma McRae was an author on, The structure of plastocyanin tunes the midpoint potential by restricting axial ligation of the reduced copper ion, a paper published in Communication Chemistry as part of a collaboration between QCB co-director Dr. Giedroc and the Thiegles Group.
Frank Roushar was an author on, General trends in the effects of VX-661 and VX-445 on the plasma membrane expression of clinical CFTR variants, a paper published in Cell Chemical Biology.
Morgan Nyman was an author on, Multitargeted 6-Substituted Thieno[2,3-d]pyrimidines as Folate Receptor-Selective Anticancer Agents that Inhibit Cytosolic and Mitochondrial One-Carbon Metabolism, a paper published in ACS Pharmacology and Translational Science
Yasmine Zubi is second author on, Iridium(iii) polypyridine artificial metalloenzymes with tunable photophysical properties: a new platform for visible light photocatalysis in aqueous solution, a paper published in Dalton Transactions
Rachel Fadler is second author on, Orthogonal, modular anion–cation and cation–anion self-assembly using pre-programmed anion binding sites, a paper published in Chemical Science