Devkee M Vadukul
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Alzheimer's disease-like paired helical filament assembly from truncated tau protein is independent of disulfide crosslinking
YK Al-Hilaly, SJ Pollack, DM Vadukul, F Citossi, JE Rickard, M Simpson, ...
Journal of molecular biology 429 (23), 3650-3665, 2017
A critical role for the self-assembly of Amyloid-β1-42 in neurodegeneration
KE Marshall, DM Vadukul, L Dahal, A Theisen, MW Fowler, Y Al-Hilaly, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 30182, 2016
Controlling the network type in self-assembled dipeptide hydrogels
C Colquhoun, ER Draper, R Schweins, M Marcello, D Vadukul, ...
Soft Matter 13 (9), 1914-1919, 2017
Amyloidogenicity and toxicity of the reverse and scrambled variants of amyloid‐β 1‐42
DM Vadukul, O Gbajumo, KE Marshall, LC Serpell
FEBS letters 591 (5), 822-830, 2017
Misfolded amyloid-β-42 impairs the endosomal–lysosomal pathway
KE Marshall, DM Vadukul, K Staras, LC Serpell
Cellular and molecular life sciences 77, 5031-5043, 2020
Probing supramolecular protein assembly using covalently attached fluorescent molecular rotors
M Kubánková, I López-Duarte, JA Bull, DM Vadukul, LC Serpell, ...
Biomaterials 139, 195-201, 2017
Internalisation and toxicity of amyloid‐β 1‐42 are influenced by its conformation and assembly state rather than size
DM Vadukul, M Maina, H Franklin, A Nardecchia, LC Serpell, KE Marshall
FEBS letters 594 (21), 3490-3503, 2020
Europium as an inhibitor of Amyloid-β (1-42) induced membrane permeation
TL Williams, B Urbanc, KE Marshall, DM Vadukul, ATA Jenkins, ...
FEBS letters 589 (21), 3228-3236, 2015
Methods for structural analysis of amyloid fibrils in misfolding diseases
DM Vadukul, YK Al-Hilaly, LC Serpell
Protein Misfolding Diseases: Methods and Protocols, 109-122, 2019
Dimeric transmembrane orientations of APP/C99 regulate γ-secretase processing line impacting signaling and oligomerization
F Perrin, N Papadopoulos, N Suelves, R Opsomer, DM Vadukul, C Vrancx, ...
Iscience 23 (12), 2020
Structure‐dependent effects of amyloid‐β on long‐term memory in Lymnaea stagnalis
L Ford, M Crossley, DM Vadukul, G Kemenes, LC Serpell
FEBS letters 591 (9), 1236-1246, 2017
An evaluation of the self-assembly enhancing properties of cell-derived hexameric amyloid-β
DM Vadukul, C Vrancx, P Burguet, S Contino, N Suelves, LC Serpell, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 11570, 2021
Structural Determinant of β-Amyloid Formation: From Transmembrane Protein Dimerization to β-Amyloid Aggregates
N Papadopoulos, N Suelves, F Perrin, DM Vadukul, C Vrancx, ...
Biomedicines 10 (11), 2753, 2022
Mechanism of cellular formation and in vivo seeding effects of hexameric β-amyloid assemblies
C Vrancx, DM Vadukul, N Suelves, S Contino, L D’Auria, F Perrin, ...
Molecular neurobiology 58, 6647-6669, 2021
The diagnostic potential of amyloidogenic proteins
Y Jin, DM Vadukul, D Gialama, Y Ge, R Thrush, JT White, FA Aprile
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 22 (8), 4128, 2021
Galectin-3 shapes toxic alpha-synuclein strains in Parkinson’s disease
J García-Revilla, A Boza-Serrano, Y Jin, DM Vadukul, J Soldán-Hidalgo, ...
Acta Neuropathologica, 1-25, 2023
Presenilin-deficient neurons and astrocytes display normal mitochondrial phenotypes
S Contino, N Suelves, C Vrancx, DM Vadukul, VL Payen, S Stanga, ...
Frontiers in Neuroscience 14, 586108, 2021
α-Synuclein Aggregation Is Triggered by Oligomeric Amyloid-β 42 via Heterogeneous Primary Nucleation
DM Vadukul, M Papp, RJ Thrush, J Wang, Y Jin, P Arosio, FA Aprile
Journal of the American Chemical Society 145 (33), 18276-18285, 2023
Senescence-related impairment of autophagy induces toxic intraneuronal amyloid-β accumulation in a mouse model of amyloid pathology
N Suelves, S Saleki, T Ibrahim, D Palomares, S Moonen, MJ Koper, ...
Acta neuropathologica communications 11 (1), 1-26, 2023
Unveiling the Rational Development of Stimuli-Responsive Silk Fibroin-Based Ionogel Formulations
TA Shmool, LK Martin, A Jirkas, RP Matthews, AP Constantinou, ...
Chemistry of Materials 35 (15), 5798-5808, 2023
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