Juliana Cheleski

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Although nucleo-cytoplasmic transport is typically mediated through nuclear pore complexes, herpesvirus capsids exit the nucleus via a unique vesicular pathway. Together, the conserved herpesvirus proteins pUL31 and pUL34 form the heterodimeric nuclear egress complex (NEC), which, in turn, mediates the formation of tight-fitting membrane vesicles around(More)
Editorial Board Pages ii-iii Regular Articles Analysis of branched-chain α-keto acid dehydrogenase complex activity in rat tissues using α-keto[1-13 C]isocaproate as substrate Pages 1-6 A long-wavelength fluorescent substrate for continuous fluorometric determination of α-mannosidase activity: Resorufin α-d-mannopyranoside Pages 7-12 Kinetic mechanism and(More)
Vesicular nucleo-cytoplasmic transport is becoming recognized as a general cellular mechanism for translocation of large cargoes across the nuclear envelope. Cargo is recruited, enveloped at the inner nuclear membrane (INM), and delivered by membrane fusion at the outer nuclear membrane. To understand the structural underpinning for this trafficking, we(More)
A multi-step cascade strategy using integrated ligand- and target-based virtual screening methods was developed to select a small number of compounds from the ZINC database to be evaluated for trypanocidal activity. Winnowing the database to 23 selected compounds, 12 non-covalent binding cruzain inhibitors with affinity values (K i) in the low micromolar(More)
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