Neil A Ranson
Neil A Ranson
Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of
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Location of a folding protein and shape changes in GroEL–GroES complexes imaged by cryo-electron microscopy
S Chen, AM Roseman, AS Hunter, SP Wood, SG Burston, NA Ranson, ...
Nature 371 (6494), 261-264, 1994
ATP-bound states of GroEL captured by cryo-electron microscopy
NA Ranson, GW Farr, AM Roseman, B Gowen, WA Fenton, AL Horwich, ...
Cell 107 (7), 869-879, 2001
A new era for understanding amyloid structures and disease
MG Iadanza, MP Jackson, EW Hewitt, NA Ranson, SE Radford
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 19 (12), 755-773, 2018
Biochemical Journal 333 (2), 233-242, 1998
Secretin PulD: association with pilot PulS, structure, and ion-conducting channel formation
N Nouwen, N Ranson, H Saibil, B Wolpensinger, A Engel, A Ghazi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (14), 8173-8177, 1999
Multivalent binding of nonnative substrate proteins by the chaperonin GroEL
GW Farr, K Furtak, MB Rowland, NA Ranson, HR Saibil, T Kirchhausen, ...
Cell 100 (5), 561-573, 2000
The origins and consequences of asymmetry in the chaperonin reaction cycle
SG Burston, NA Ranson, AR Clarke
Journal of molecular biology 249 (1), 138-152, 1995
An introduction to sample preparation and imaging by cryo-electron microscopy for structural biology
RF Thompson, M Walker, CA Siebert, SP Muench, NA Ranson
Methods 100, 3-15, 2016
Allosteric signaling of ATP hydrolysis in GroEL–GroES complexes
NA Ranson, DK Clare, GW Farr, D Houldershaw, AL Horwich, HR Saibil
Nature structural & molecular biology 13 (2), 147-152, 2006
The chaperonin folding machine
HR Saibil, NA Ranson
Trends in biochemical sciences 27 (12), 627-632, 2002
Chaperonins can catalyse the reversal of early aggregation steps when a protein misfolds
NA Ranson, NJ Dunster, SG Burston, AR Clarke
Journal of molecular biology 250 (5), 581-586, 1995
The three-dimensional structure of genomic RNA in bacteriophage MS2: implications for assembly
K Toropova, G Basnak, R Twarock, PG Stockley, NA Ranson
Journal of molecular biology 375 (3), 824-836, 2008
Lateral opening in the intact β-barrel assembly machinery captured by cryo-EM
MG Iadanza, AJ Higgins, B Schiffrin, AN Calabrese, DJ Brockwell, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
Binding, encapsulation and ejection: substrate dynamics during a chaperonin-assisted folding reaction
NA Ranson, SG Burston, AR Clarke
Journal of molecular biology 266 (4), 656-664, 1997
Packaging signals in single-stranded RNA viruses: nature’s alternative to a purely electrostatic assembly mechanism
PG Stockley, R Twarock, SE Bakker, AM Barker, A Borodavka, ...
Journal of biological physics 39 (2), 277-287, 2013
Direct visualization of the small hydrophobic protein of human respiratory syncytial virus reveals the structural basis for membrane permeability
SD Carter, KC Dent, E Atkins, TL Foster, M Verow, P Gorny, M Harris, ...
FEBS letters 584 (13), 2786-2790, 2010
pH-induced molecular shedding drives the formation of amyloid fibril-derived oligomers
KW Tipping, TK Karamanos, T Jakhria, MG Iadanza, SC Goodchild, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (18), 5691-5696, 2015
Asymmetry, commitment and inhibition in the GroE ATPase cycle impose alternating functions on the two GroEL rings
NM Kad, NA Ranson, MJ Cliff, AR Clarke
Journal of molecular biology 278 (1), 267-278, 1998
The asymmetric structure of an icosahedral virus bound to its receptor suggests a mechanism for genome release
KC Dent, R Thompson, AM Barker, JA Hiscox, JN Barr, PG Stockley, ...
Structure 21 (7), 1225-1234, 2013
Direct evidence for packaging signal-mediated assembly of bacteriophage MS2
” Rolfsson, S Middleton, IW Manfield, SJ White, B Fan, R Vaughan, ...
Journal of molecular biology 428 (2), 431-448, 2016
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