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2019

Hardy, David, Bill, Roslyn M, Jawhari, Anass and Rothnie, Alice J (2019). Functional expression of Multidrug Resistance Protein 4 MRP4/ABCC4. SLAS Discovery ,

Hardy, David, Bill, Roslyn M, Rothnie, Alice J and Jawhari, Anass (2019). Stabilization of human Multidrug Resistance Protein 4 (MRP4/ABCC4) using novel solubilization agents. SLAS Discovery ,

Gulamhussein, Aiman A., Meah, Danyall, Soja, Damian D., Fenner, Stephen, Saidani, Zakaria, Akram, Aneel, Lallie, Simran, Mathews, Ashlyn, Painter, Culum, Liddar, Monique K., Mohammed, Zain, Ki Chiu, Lai, Sumar, Sabiha S., Healy, Hannah, Hussain, Nabeel, Patel, Jaimin H., Hall, Stephen C.l., Dafforn, Timothy R. and Rothnie, Alice J. (2019). Examining the stability of membrane proteins within SMALPs. European Polymer Journal, 112 , pp. 120-125.

2018

Hardy, David, Desuzinges Mandon, Elodie, Rothnie, Alice and Jawhari, Anass (2018). The yin and yang of solubilization and stabilization for wild-type and full-length membrane protein. Methods, 147 , pp. 118-125.

Weigl, Kevin E., Conseil, Gwenaëlle, Rothnie, Alice J., Arama, May, Tsfadia, Yossi and Cole, Susan P.C. (2018). An outward-facing aromatic amino acid is crucial for signaling between the membrane-spanning and nucleotide-binding domains of multidrug resistance protein 1 (MRP1; ABCC1) s. Molecular Pharmacology, 94 (3), pp. 1069-1078.

Hall, Stephen C.L., Tognoloni, Cecilia, Charlton, Jack, Bragginton, Éilís C., Rothnie, Alice J, Sridhar, Pooja, Wheatley, Mark, Knowles, Timothy J., Arnold, Thomas, Edler, Karen J. and Dafforn, Timothy R. (2018). An acid-compatible co-polymer for the solubilization of membranes and proteins into lipid bilayer-containing nanoparticles. Nanoscale , pp. 10609-10619.

2017

Dannhauser, Philip N., Camus, Stéphane M., Sakamoto, Kazuho, Sadacca, L. Amanda, Torres, Jorge A., Camus, Marine D., Briant, Kit, Vassilopoulos, Stéphane, Rothnie, Alice, Smith, Corinne J. and Brodsky, Frances M. (2017). CHC22 and CHC17 clathrins have distinct biochemical properties and display differential regulation and function. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 292 (51), pp. 20834-20844.

Pollock, Naomi L., Lee, Sarah C., Patel, Jaimin H., Gulamhussein, Aiman A. and Rothnie, Alice J. (2017). Structure and function of membrane proteins encapsulated in a polymer-bound lipid bilayer. BBA -Biomembranes, in pre ,

2016

Morrison, Kerrie A., Akram, Aneel, Mathews, Ashlyn, Khan, Zoeya A., Patel, Jaimin H., Zhou, Chumin, Hardy, David John, Moore-Kelly, Charles, Patel, Roshani, Odiba, Victor, Knowles, Tim, Javed, Masood-ul-Hassan, Chmel, Nikola P., Dafforn, Timothy R. and Rothnie, Alice Jane (2016). Membrane protein extraction and purification using styrene-maleic acid (SMA) co-polymer:effect of variations in polymer structure. Biochemical Journal, 473 (23), pp. 4349-4360.

Hardy, David, Bill, Roslyn M., Jawhari, Anass and Rothnie, Alice J. (2016). Overcoming bottlenecks in the membrane protein structural biology pipeline. Biochemical Society Transactions, 44 (3), pp. 838-844.

Lee, Sarah C., Khalid, Syma, Pollock, Naomi L., Knowles, Timothy J., Edler, Karen, Rothnie, Alice J., Thomas, Owen R.T. and Dafforn, Timothy R. (2016). Encapsulated membrane proteins:a simplified system for molecular simulation. BBA -Biomembranes, In pre ,

Routledge, Sarah, Mikaliunaite, Lina, Patel, Anjana, Clare, Michelle, Cartwright, Stephanie P., Bawa, Zharain, Wilks, Martin D.B., Low, Floren, Hardy, David, Rothnie, Alice J. and Bill, Roslyn M. (2016). The synthesis of recombinant membrane proteins in yeast for structural studies. Methods, 95 , pp. 26-37.

Currinn, Heather, Guscott, Benjamin, Balklava, Zita, Rothnie, Alice and Wassmer, Thomas (2016). APP controls the formation of PI(3,5)P2 vesicles through its binding of the PIKfyve complex. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 73 (2), pp. 393-408.

2015

Lin, Ya-Huei, Currinn, Heather, Pocha, Shirin Meher, Rothnie, Alice, Wassmer, Thomas and Knust, Elisabeth (2015). AP-2 complex-mediated endocytosis of Drosophila Crumbs regulates polarity via antagonizing Stardust. Journal of Cell Science, 128 (24), pp. 4538-4549.

2014

Gulati, Sonali, Jamshad, Mohammed, Knowles, Timothy J., Morrison, Kerrie A., Downing, Rebecca, Cant, Natasha, Collins, Richard, Koenderink, Jan B., Ford, Robert C., Overduin, Michael, Kerr, Ian D., Dafforn, Timothy R. and Rothnie, Alice J. (2014). Detergent-free purification of ABC (ATP-binding-cassette) transporters. Biochemical Journal, 461 (2), pp. 269-278.

2013

Young, Anna, Stoilova-McPhie, Svetla, Rothnie, Alice, Vallis, Yvonne, Harvey-Smith, Phillip, Ranson, Neil, Kent, Helen, Brodsky, Frances M., Pearse, Barbara M.F., Roseman, Alan and Smith, Corinne J. (2013). Hsc70-induced changes in clathrin-auxilin cage structure suggest a role for clathrin light chains in cage disassembly. Traffic, 14 (9), pp. 987-996.

2011

Rothnie, Alice, Clarke, Anthony R., Kuzmic, Petr, Cameron, Angus and Smith, Corinne J. (2011). A sequential mechanism for clathrin cage disassembly by 70-kDa heat-shock cognate protein (Hsc70) and auxilin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108 (17), pp. 6927-6932.

2009

Heikal, Adam, Box, Karl, Rothnie, Alice, Storm, Janet, Callaghan, Richard and Allen, Marcus (2009). The stabilisation of purified, reconstituted P-glycoprotein by freeze drying with disaccharides. Cryobiology, 58 (1), pp. 37-44.

2004

Rothnie, Alice, Storm, Janet, Campbell, Jeff, Linton, Kenneth J., Kerr, Ian D. and Callaghan, Richard (2004). The topography of transmembrane segment six is altered during the catalytic cycle of P-glycoprotein. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279 (33), pp. 34913-34921.

2003

Martin, C., Walker, J., Rothnie, A. and Callaghan, R. (2003). The expression of P-glycoprotein does influence the distribution of novel fluorescent compounds in solid tumour models. British Journal of Cancer, 89 (8), pp. 1581-1589.

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