Pavel K Kuzmichev

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An efficient method is described for production of membrane protein KCNE3 and its isotope labeled derivatives ((15)N-, (15)N-/13C-) in amounts sufficient for structural-functional investigations. The purified protein preparation within different detergent micelles was characterized using dynamic light scattering, CD spectroscopy, and NMR spectroscopy. It is(More)
Light-driven proton pumps are present in many organisms. Here, we present a high-resolution structure of a proteorhodopsin from a permafrost bacterium, Exiguobacterium sibiricum rhodopsin (ESR). Contrary to the proton pumps of known structure, ESR possesses three unique features. First, ESR's proton donor is a lysine side chain that is situated very close(More)
P75NTR is a type I integral membrane protein that plays a key role in neurotrophin signaling. However, structural data for the receptor in various functional states are sparse and controversial. In this work, we studied the spatial structure and mobility of the transmembrane and intracellular parts of p75NTR, incorporated into lipid-protein nanodiscs of(More)
Growth hormone somatotropin and its membrane receptor GHR, belonging to a superfamily of the type I receptors possessing tyrosine kinase activity, are involved in the intercellular signal transduction cascade and regulate a number of important physiological and pathological processes in humans. Binding with somatotropin triggers a transition of GHR between(More)
Growth hormone somatotropin and its membrane receptor GHR (growth hormone receptor) belonging to a superfamily of the type I receptors with tyrosine kinase activity are involved in the intercellular signal transduction cascade that regulates a number of important physiological and pathological processes in humans. Binding with somatotropin triggers a(More)
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