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Goode, Alice and Rea, Sarah and Sultana, Melanie and Shaw, Barry and Searle, Mark S. and Layfield, Robert (2016) ALS-FTLD associated mutations of SQSTM1 impact on Keap1-Nrf2 signalling. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience, 76 . pp. 52-58. ISSN 1044-7431

Scott, Daniel and Garner, Tom P. and Long, Jed and Strachan, Jo and Mistry, Sharad C. and Bottrill, Andrew R. and Tooth, David J. and Searle, Mark S. and Oldham, Neil J. and Layfield, Rob (2016) Mass spectrometry insights into a tandem ubiquitin-binding domain hybrid engineered for the selective recognition of unanchored polyubiquitin. Proteomics, 16 (14). pp. 1961-1969. ISSN 1615-9861

Asiani, Karishma R. and Williams, Huw and Bird, Louise and Jenner, Matthew and Searle, Mark S. and Hobman, Jon L. and Scott, David J. and Soultanas, Panos (2016) SilE is an intrinsically disordered periplasmic "molecular sponge" involved in bacterial silver resistance. Molecular Microbiology, 101 (5). pp. 731-42. ISSN 1365-2958

Asiani, Karishma R. and Williams, Huw Edward Llewelyn and Bird, Louise and Jenner, Matthew and Searle, Mark S. and Hobman, Jon L. and Scott, David J. and Soultanas, Panos (2016) SilE is an intrinsically disordered periplasmic ‘molecular sponge' involved in bacterial silver resistance. Molecular Microbiology . ISSN 1365-2958

Goode, Alice and Butler, Kevin and Long, Jed and Cavey, James and Scott, Daniel and Shaw, Barry and Sollenberger, Jill and Gell, Christopher and Johansen, Terje and Oldham, Neil J. and Searle, Mark S. and Layfield, Robert (2016) Defective recognition of LC3B by mutant SQSTM1/p62 implicates impairment of autophagy as a pathogenic mechanism in ALS-FTLD. Autophagy . ISSN 1554-8635 (In Press)

Kulkarni, Prajna R. and Jia, Tao and Kuehne, Sarah H. and Kerkering, Thomas M. and Morris, Elizabeth R. and Searle, Mark S. and Heeb, Stephan and Rao, Jayasimha and Kulkarni, Rahul V. (2014) A sequence-based approach for prediction of CsrA/RsmA targets in bacteria with experimental validation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Nucleic Acids Research, 42 (11). pp. 6811-6825. ISSN 1362-4962

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