colin dingwall
colin dingwall
Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology
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TitleCited byYear
Nuclear targeting sequences—a consensus?
C Dingwall, RA Laskey
Trends in biochemical sciences 16, 478-481, 1991
21441991
Two interdependent basic domains in nucleoplasmin nuclear targeting sequence: identification of a class of bipartite nuclear targeting sequence
J Robbins, SM Dilwortht, RA Laskey, C Dingwall
Cell 64 (3), 615-623, 1991
15931991
Identification of a novel aspartic protease (Asp 2) as β-secretase
I Hussain, D Powell, DR Howlett, DG Tew, TD Meek, C Chapman, ...
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 14 (6), 419-427, 1999
13321999
The serine protease Omi/HtrA2 regulates apoptosis by binding XIAP through a reaper-like motif
LM Martins, I Iaccarino, T Tenev, S Gschmeissner, NF Totty, NR Lemoine, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (1), 439-444, 2002
6352002
Human immunodeficiency virus 1 tat protein binds trans-activation-responsive region (TAR) RNA in vitro
C Dingwall, I Ernberg, MJ Gait, SM Green, S Heaphy, J Karn, AD Lowe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (18), 6925-6929, 1989
5801989
Protein import into the cell nucleus
C Dingwall, RA Laskey
Annual review of cell biology 2 (1), 367-390, 1986
5711986
A polypeptide domain that specifies migration of nucleoplasmin into the nucleus
C Dingwall, SV Sharnick, RA Laskey
Cell 30 (2), 449-458, 1982
5701982
Nuclear protein migration involves two steps: rapid binding at the nuclear envelope followed by slower translocation through nuclear pores
WD Richardson, AD Mills, SM Dilworth, RA Laskey, C Dingwall
Cell 52 (5), 655-664, 1988
5521988
Two different subunits of importin cooperate to recognize nuclear localization signals and bind them to the nuclear envelope
D Görlich, S Kostka, R Kraft, C Dingwall, RA Laskey, E Hartmann, S Prehn
Current Biology 5 (4), 383-392, 1995
5471995
HIV‐1 tat protein stimulates transcription by binding to a U‐rich bulge in the stem of the TAR RNA structure.
C Dingwall, I Ernberg, MJ Gait, SM Green, S Heaphy, J Karn, AD Lowe, ...
The EMBO journal 9 (12), 4145-4153, 1990
4591990
Requirement for association of p56lck with CD4 in antigen-specific signal transduction in T cells
N Glaichenhaus, N Shastri, DR Littman, JM Turner
Cell 64 (3), 511-520, 1991
4441991
Genetic transformation of HeLa cells by Agrobacterium
T Kunik, T Tzfira, Y Kapulnik, Y Gafni, C Dingwall, V Citovsky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (4), 1871-1876, 2001
4102001
HIV-1 regulator of virion expression (Rev) protein binds to an RNA stem-loop structure located within the Rev response element region
S Heaphy, C Dingwall, I Ernberg, MJ Gait, SM Green, J Kern, AD Lowe, ...
Cell 60 (4), 685-693, 1990
3911990
Exclusively targeting β-secretase to lipid rafts by GPI-anchor addition up-regulates β-site processing of the amyloid precursor protein
JM Cordy, I Hussain, C Dingwall, NM Hooper, AJ Turner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (20), 11735-11740, 2003
3862003
Compartmentalization of β-secretase (Asp2) into low-buoyant density, noncaveolar lipid rafts
DR Riddell, G Christie, I Hussain, C Dingwall
Current Biology 11 (16), 1288-1293, 2001
3562001
Neuronal membrane cholesterol loss enhances amyloid peptide generation
J Abad-Rodriguez, MD Ledesma, K Craessaerts, S Perga, M Medina, ...
J Cell Biol 167 (5), 953-960, 2004
3552004
High affinity binding of TAR RNA by the human immunodeficiency virus type-1 tat protein requires base-pairs in the RNA stem and amino acid residues flanking the basic region
MJ Churcher, C Lamont, F Hamy, C Dingwall, SM Green, AD Lowe, ...
Journal of molecular biology 230 (1), 90-110, 1993
3131993
Characterization of human HtrA2, a novel serine protease involved in the mammalian cellular stress response
CW Gray, RV Ward, E Karran, S Turconi, A Rowles, D Viglienghi, ...
European journal of biochemistry 267 (18), 5699-5710, 2000
3122000
High sequence specificity of micrococcal nuclease
C Dingwall, GP Lomonossoff, RA Laskey
Nucleic acids research 9 (12), 2659-2674, 1981
3121981
The nucleoplasmin nuclear location sequence is larger and more complex than that of SV-40 large T antigen.
C Dingwall, J Robbins, SM Dilworth, B Roberts, WD Richardson
The Journal of cell biology 107 (3), 841-849, 1988
2861988
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