Brian F Volkman
Brian F Volkman
Professor of Biochemistry, Medical College of Wisconsin
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Abscisic acid inhibits type 2C protein phosphatases via the PYR/PYL family of START proteins
SY Park, P Fung, N Nishimura, DR Jensen, H Fujii, Y Zhao, S Lumba, ...
science 324 (5930), 1068-1071, 2009
Two-state allosteric behavior in a single-domain signaling protein
BF Volkman, D Lipson, DE Wemmer, D Kern
Science 291 (5512), 2429-2433, 2001
A gate–latch–lock mechanism for hormone signalling by abscisic acid receptors
K Melcher, LM Ng, XE Zhou, FF Soon, Y Xu, KM Suino-Powell, SY Park, ...
Nature 462 (7273), 602-608, 2009
Structural basis of CXCR4 sulfotyrosine recognition by the chemokine SDF-1/CXCL12
CT Veldkamp, C Seibert, FC Peterson, NB De la Cruz, JC Haugner III, ...
Science signaling 1 (37), ra4-ra4, 2008
Activation of dimeric ABA receptors elicits guard cell closure, ABA-regulated gene expression, and drought tolerance
M Okamoto, FC Peterson, A Defries, SY Park, A Endo, E Nambara, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (29), 12132-12137, 2013
Interconversion between two unrelated protein folds in the lymphotactin native state
RL Tuinstra, FC Peterson, S Kutlesa, ES Elgin, MA Kron, BF Volkman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (13), 5057-5062, 2008
Structural and functional insights into core ABA signaling
JJ Weiner, FC Peterson, BF Volkman, SR Cutler
Current opinion in plant biology 13 (5), 495-502, 2010
Structure of a transiently phosphorylated switch in bacterial signal transduction
D Kern, BF Volkman, P Luginbühl, MJ Nohaile, S Kustu, DE Wemmer
Nature 402 (6764), 894-898, 1999
Agrochemical control of plant water use using engineered abscisic acid receptors
SY Park, FC Peterson, A Mosquna, J Yao, BF Volkman, SR Cutler
Nature 520 (7548), 545-548, 2015
Monomeric and dimeric CXCL12 inhibit metastasis through distinct CXCR4 interactions and signaling pathways
LJ Drury, JJ Ziarek, S Gravel, CT Veldkamp, T Takekoshi, ST Hwang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (43), 17655-17660, 2011
The monomer–dimer equilibrium of stromal cell‐derived factor‐1 (CXCL 12) is altered by pH, phosphate, sulfate, and heparin
CT Veldkamp, FC Peterson, AJ Pelzek, BF Volkman
Protein Science 14 (4), 1071-1081, 2005
Structure of the N-WASP EVH1 domain-WIP complex: insight into the molecular basis of Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome
BF Volkman, KE Prehoda, JA Scott, FC Peterson, WA Lim
Cell 111 (4), 565-576, 2002
Microscopic p K a values of Escherichia coli thioredoxin
PT Chivers, KE Prehoda, BF Volkman, BM Kim, JL Markley, RT Raines
Biochemistry 36 (48), 14985-14991, 1997
Cdc42 regulates the Par-6 PDZ domain through an allosteric CRIB-PDZ transition
FC Peterson, RR Penkert, BF Volkman, KE Prehoda
Molecular cell 13 (5), 665-676, 2004
Structure-based ligand discovery for the protein–protein interface of chemokine receptor CXCR4
MM Mysinger, DR Weiss, JJ Ziarek, S Gravel, AK Doak, J Karpiak, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (14), 5517-5522, 2012
Recognition of a CXCR4 sulfotyrosine by the chemokine stromal cell-derived factor-1α (SDF-1α/CXCL12)
CT Veldkamp, C Seibert, FC Peterson, TP Sakmar, BF Volkman
Journal of molecular biology 359 (5), 1400-1409, 2006
Cell-free protein production and labeling protocol for NMR-based structural proteomics
DA Vinarov, BL Lytle, FC Peterson, EM Tyler, BF Volkman, JL Markley
Nature Methods 1 (2), 149-153, 2004
Polysialylation controls dendritic cell trafficking by regulating chemokine recognition
E Kiermaier, C Moussion, CT Veldkamp, R Gerardy-Schahn, I De Vries, ...
Science 351 (6269), 186-190, 2016
Three-dimensional solution structure of the N-terminal receiver domain of NTRC
BF Volkman, MJ Nohaile, NK Amy, S Kustu, DE Wemmer
Biochemistry 34 (4), 1413-1424, 1995
New paradigms in chemokine receptor signal transduction: Moving beyond the two-site model
AB Kleist, AE Getschman, JJ Ziarek, AM Nevins, PA Gauthier, A Chevigné, ...
Biochemical pharmacology 114, 53-68, 2016
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