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Protein Structure-Function Relationships

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Khan, M. Y., Jaikaria, N. S., Frenz, D. A., Villanueva, G., and Newman, S. A. (1988). Structural changes in the NH2-terminal domain of fibronectin upon interaction with heparin. Relationship to matrix-driven translocation [published erratum appears in J. Biol. Chem. 1988 263, 16512]. J. Biol. Chem. 263, 11314-11318. (PDF)

Khan, M. Y., Villanueva, G., and Newman, S. A. (1989). On the origin of the positive band in the far-ultraviolet circular dichroic spectrum of fibronectin. J. Biol. Chem. 264, 2139-2142. (PDF)

Khan, M. Y., Medow, M. S., and Newman, S. A. (1990). Unfolding transitions of fibronectin and its domains. Stabilization and structural alteration of the N-terminal domain by heparin. Biochem. J. 270, 33-38. (PDF)

Jaikaria, N. S., Rosenfeld, L., Khan, M. Y., Danishefsky, I., and Newman, S. A. (1991). Interaction of fibronectin with heparin in model extracellular matrices: role of arginine residues and sulfate groups. Biochemistry.30, 1538-1544. (PDF)

Newman, S., Cloître, M., Allain, C., Forgacs, G., and Beysens, D. (1997). Viscosity and elasticity during collagen assembly in vitro: relevance to matrix-driven translocation. Biopolymers 41, 337-347. (PDF)

Kishore, R., Samuel, M., Khan, M. Y., Hand, J., Frenz, D. A., and Newman, S. A. (1997). Interaction of the NH2-terminal domain of fibronectin with heparin: role of the omega - loops of the type I modules. J. Biol. Chem.272, 17078-17085. (PDF)

Forgacs, G., Newman, S. A., Hinner, B., Maier, C. W., and Sackmann, E. (2003). Assembly of collagen matrices as a phase transition revealed by structural and rheologic studies. Biophys J 84, 1272-80. (PDF)

Newman, S. A., and Bhat, R. (2007). Genes and proteins: dogmas in decline. J Biosci 32, 1041-3. (PDF)

Niklas, K. J., Bondos, S. E., Dunker, A. K., Newman, S. A. (2015) Rethinking gene regulatory networks in light of alternative splicing, intrinsically disordered protein domains, and post-translational modifications. Front Cell Dev Biol 3, 8. (PDF)