Adrian Serohijos

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A. Shape and flexibility of dynein motor domains The EM-images from Burgess et al. 1 suggest the shape of a single dynein head can be described by three subunits that move relative to each other: 1) the AAA+ ring, which is represented as a circle of fixed radius (7. 6  R nm), 2) the stalk, described as a flexible circular arc of a fixed length, 9. 13  s L(More)
The ligase Itch plays major roles in signaling pathways by inducing ubiquitylation-dependent degradation of several substrates. Substrate recognition and binding are critical for the regulation of this reaction. Like closely related ligases, Itch can interact with proteins containing a PPXY motif via its WW domains. In addition to these WW domains, Itch(More)
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