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Publications 2017

  • Gonsberg, A., Jung, S., Ulbrich, S., Origi, A., Ziska, A., Baier, M., Koch, H.G., Zimmermann, R., Winklhofer, K.F., and Tatzelt, J. (2017) The Sec61/SecY complex is inherently deficient in translocating intrinsically disordered proteins. J. Bio. Chem., 292, 21383-21396
  • Onder, O., Verissimo, A., Khalfaoui-Hassani, B., Peters, A., Koch, H.-G. and Daldal, F.  (2017) Absence of thiol-disulfide oxidoreductase DsbA impairs cbb3-type cytochrome c oxidase biogenesis in Rhodobacter capsulatus. Frontiers in Microbiology, 8, 2576
  • David Braig, Tracy L. Nero, Hans-Georg Koch, Benedict Kaiser, Xiaowei Wang, Jan R. Thiele, Craig Morton, Johannes Zeller, Jurij Kiefer, Lawrence A.Potempa, Natalie A. Mellett, Luke A. Miles, Xiao-Jun Du, Peter J. Meikle, Markus Huber-Lang, G. Björn Stark, Michael W. Parker, Karlheinz Peter, Steffen U. Eisenhardt (2017) Transitional changes in the CRP structure lead to the exposure of pro-inflammatory binding sites. Nature communications 8, 14188
  • Denks, K., Sliwinski, N., Erichsen, V., Borodkina, B., Origi, A. and Koch, H.G. (2017) The signal recognition particle contacts uL23 and scans substrate translation inside the ribosomal tunnel accepted by Nature Microbiology, 2, 16265
  • Sachelaru, I., Winter, L., Knyazev, D., Zimmermann, M., Vogt, A., Kuttner, R., Ollinger, N., Siligan, C., Pohl, P. and Koch, H.G. (2017) YidC and SecYEG form a heterotetrameric protein translocation channel. Scientific reports, in press
  • Dalbey, R.E., Koch, H.G., and Kuhn A. (2017) Targeting and insertion of membrane proteins. EcoSal, in press.