Mark Howarth
Mark Howarth
Professor of Protein Nanotechnology, Oxford University
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TitleCited byYear
Compact biocompatible quantum dots functionalized for cellular imaging
W Liu, M Howarth, AB Greytak, Y Zheng, DG Nocera, AY Ting, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (4), 1274-1284, 2008
Site-specific labeling of cell surface proteins with biophysical probes using biotin ligase
I Chen, M Howarth, W Lin, AY Ting
Nature methods 2 (2), 99, 2005
Targeting quantum dots to surface proteins in living cells with biotin ligase
M Howarth, K Takao, Y Hayashi, AY Ting
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (21), 7583-7588, 2005
Monovalent, reduced-size quantum dots for imaging receptors on living cells
M Howarth, W Liu, S Puthenveetil, Y Zheng, LF Marshall, MM Schmidt, ...
Nature methods 5 (5), 397, 2008
Peptide tag forming a rapid covalent bond to a protein, through engineering a bacterial adhesin
B Zakeri, JO Fierer, E Celik, EC Chittock, U Schwarz-Linek, VT Moy, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (12), E690-E697, 2012
A monovalent streptavidin with a single femtomolar biotin binding site
M Howarth, DJF Chinnapen, K Gerrow, PC Dorrestein, MR Grandy, ...
Nature methods 3 (4), 267, 2006
Assembly and antigen-presenting function of MHC class I molecules in cells lacking the ER chaperone calreticulin
B Gao, R Adhikari, M Howarth, K Nakamura, MC Gold, AB Hill, R Knee, ...
Immunity 16 (1), 99-109, 2002
Imaging proteins in live mammalian cells with biotin ligase and monovalent streptavidin
M Howarth, AY Ting
Nature protocols 3 (3), 534, 2008
Tapasin enhances MHC class I peptide presentation according to peptide half-life
M Howarth, A Williams, AB Tolstrup, T Elliott
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (32), 11737-11742, 2004
Type 1 insulin-like growth factor receptor translocates to the nucleus of human tumor cells
T Aleksic, MM Chitnis, OV Perestenko, S Gao, PH Thomas, GD Turner, ...
Cancer research 70 (16), 6412-6419, 2010
A streptavidin variant with slower biotin dissociation and increased mechanostability
CE Chivers, E Crozat, C Chu, VT Moy, DJ Sherratt, M Howarth
Nature methods 7 (5), 391, 2010
Spontaneous intermolecular amide bond formation between side chains for irreversible peptide targeting
B Zakeri, M Howarth
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (13), 4526-4527, 2010
Structural analysis and optimization of the covalent association between SpyCatcher and a peptide Tag
L Li, JO Fierer, TA Rapoport, M Howarth
Journal of molecular biology 426 (2), 309-317, 2014
Plug-and-Display: decoration of Virus-Like Particles via isopeptide bonds for modular immunization
KD Brune, DB Leneghan, IJ Brian, AS Ishizuka, MF Bachmann, SJ Draper, ...
Scientific reports 6, 19234, 2016
Programmable polyproteams built using twin peptide superglues
G Veggiani, T Nakamura, MD Brenner, RV Gayet, J Yan, CV Robinson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (5), 1202-1207, 2016
SpyLigase peptide–peptide ligation polymerizes affibodies to enhance magnetic cancer cell capture
JO Fierer, G Veggiani, M Howarth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (13), E1176-E1181, 2014
Secrets of a covalent interaction for biomaterials and biotechnology: SpyTag and SpyCatcher
SC Reddington, M Howarth
Current opinion in chemical biology 29, 94-99, 2015
SpyTag/SpyCatcher cyclization confers resilience to boiling on a mesophilic enzyme
C Schoene, JO Fierer, SP Bennett, M Howarth
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (24), 6101-6104, 2014
How the biotin–streptavidin interaction was made even stronger: investigation via crystallography and a chimaeric tetramer
CE Chivers, AL Koner, ED Lowe, M Howarth
Biochemical Journal 435 (1), 55-63, 2011
Superglue from bacteria: unbreakable bridges for protein nanotechnology
G Veggiani, B Zakeri, M Howarth
Trends in biotechnology 32 (10), 506-512, 2014
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