Zeitschriftenartikel (17)

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    Blaum, B. S.; Neu, U.; Peters, T.; Stehle, T.: Spin ballet for sweet encounters: saturation-transfer difference NMR and X-ray crystallography complement each other in the elucidation of protein–glycan interactions. Acta Crystallographie Section F Structural Biology and Crystallization Communications F74, S. 451 - 462 (2018)
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    Götze, S.; Herbst-Irmer, R.; Klapper, M.; Görls, H.; Schneider, K. R. A.; Barnett, R.; Burks, T.; Neu, U.; Stallforth, P.: Structure, Biosynthesis, and Biological Activity of the Cyclic Lipopeptide Anikasin. ACS Chemical Biology 12 (10), S. 2498 - 2502 (2017)
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    Blaum, B. S.; Frank, M.; Walker, R. C.; Neu, U.; Stehle, T.: Complement Factor H and Simian Virus 40 bind the GM1 ganglioside in distinct conformations. Glycobiology 26 (5), S. 532 - 539 (2016)
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    Neu, A.; Neu, U.; Fuchs, A.-L.; Schlager, B.; Sprangers, R.: An excess of catalytically required motions inhibits the scavenger decapping enzyme. Nature Chemical Biology 11 (9), S. 697 - 704 (2015)
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    Ströh, L. J.; Maginnis, M. S.; Blaum, B. S.; Nelson, C. D. S.; Neu, U.; Gee, G. V.; O'Hara, B. A.; Motamedi, N.; DiMaio, D.; Atwood, W. J. et al.; Stehle, T.: The Greater Affinity of JC Polyomavirus Capsid for α2,6-Linked Lactoseries Tetrasaccharide c than for Other Sialylated Glycans Is a Major Determinant of Infectivity. Journal of Virology 89 (12), S. 6364 - 6375 (2015)
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    Buch, M. H. C.; Liaci, A. M.; O'Hara, S. D.; Garcea, R. L.; Neu, U.; Stehle, T.: Structural and Functional Analysis of Murine Polyomavirus Capsid Proteins Establish the Determinants of Ligand Recognition and Pathogenicity. PLoS Pathogens 11 (10), e1005104 (2015)
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    Ströh, L. J.; Neu, U.; Blaum, B. S.; Buch, M. H. C.; Garcea, R. L.; Stehle, T.: Structure Analysis of the Major Capsid Proteins of Human Polyomaviruses 6 and 7 Reveals an Obstructed Sialic Acid Binding Site. Journal of Virology 88 (18), S. 10831 - 10839 (2014)
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    Khan, Z. M.; Liu, Y.; Neu, U.; Gilbert, M.; Ehlers, B.; Feizi, T.; Stehle, T.: Crystallographic and Glycan Microarray Analysis of Human Polyomavirus 9 VP1 Identifies N-Glycolyl Neuraminic Acid as a Receptor Candidate. Journal of Virology 88 (11), S. 6100 - 6111 (2014)
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    Neu, U.; Khan, Z. M.; Schuch, B.; Palma, A. S.; Liu, Y.; Pawlita, M.; Ten, F.; Stehle, T.: Structures of B-Lymphotropic Polyomavirus VP1 in Complex with Oligosaccharide Ligands. PLoS Pathogens (2013)
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    Magaldi, T. G.; Buch, M. H. C.; Murata, H.; Erickson, K. D.; Neu, U.; Garcea, R. L.; Peden, K.; Stehle, T.; DiMaio, D.: Mutations in the GM1 Binding Site of Simian Virus 40 VP1 Alter Receptor Usage and Cell Tropism. Journal of Virology 86 (13), S. 7028 - 7042 (2012)
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    Neu, U.; Hengel, H.; Blaum, B. S.; Schowalter, R. M.; Macejak, D.; Gilbert, M.; Wakarchuk, W. W.; Imamura, A.; Ando, H.; Kiso, M. et al.; Arnberg, N.; Garcea, R. L.; Peters, T.; Buck, C. B.; Stehle, T.: Structures of Merkel Cell Polyomavirus VP1 Complexes Define a Sialic Acid Binding Site Required for Infection. PLoS Pathogens (2012)
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    Mund, M.; Neu, A.; Ullmann, J.; Neu, U.; Sprangers, R.: Structure of the LSm657 Complex: An Assembly Intermediate of the LSm1-7 and LSm2-8 Rings. Journal of Molecular Biology (London) 414 (2), S. 165 - 176 (2011)
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    Neu, U.; Bauer, J.; Stehle, T.: Viruses and sialic acids: rules of engagement. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 21 (5), S. 610 - 618 (2011)
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    Neu, U.; Wang, J.; Macejak, D.; Garcea, R. L.; Stehle, T.: Structures of the Major Capsid Proteins of the Human Karolinska Institutet and Washington University Polyomaviruses. Journal of Virology 85 (14), S. 7384 - 7392 (2011)
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    Neu, U.; Maginnis, M. S.; Palma, A. S.; Ströh, L. J.; Nelson, C. D. S.; Feizi, T.; Atwood, W. J.; Stehle, T.: Structure-Function Analysis of the Human JC Polyomavirus Establishes the LSTc Pentasaccharide as a Functional Receptor Motif. Cell Host & Microbe 8 (4), S. 309 - 319 (2010)
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    Neu, U.; Stehle, T.; Atwood, W. J.: The Polyomaviridae: Contributions of virus structure to our understanding of virus receptors and infectious entry. Virology 384 (2), S. 389 - 399 (2009)
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    Neu, U.; Woellner, K.; Gauglitz, G.; Stehle, T.: Structural basis of GM1 ganglioside recognition by simian virus 40. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105 (13), S. 5219 - 5224 (2008)

Meeting Abstract (3)

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    Khan, Z. M.; Neu, U.; Schuch, B.; Liu, Y.; Ehlers, B.; Pawlita, M.; Feizi, T.; Stehle, T.: Crystal structures of the major capsid protein VP1 from human polyomavirus 9 and African green monkey polyomavirus provide a foundation for understanding the serological cross-reactivity between these two closely related polyomaviruses. In: Journal of NeuroVirology, Bd. 19, S. 284 - 284. (2013)
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    Khan, Z.; Neu, U.; Feizi, T.; Ehlers, B.; Stehle, T.: Structures of the major capsid protein (VP1) from closely related Human Polyomavirus-9 (HPyV-9) and African Green Monkey Polyomavirus (AGMPyV) provide insights into host range and tropism. In: Protein Science, Bd. 21, S. 117 - 118. 26th Annual Symposium of the Protein-Society, San Diego, CA, 05. August 2012 - 08. August 2012. Cambridge University Press, New York, N.Y. (2012)
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    Neu, U.; Woellner, K.; Gauglitz, G.; Stehle, T.: Structural basis of carbohydrate receptor recognition by Simian Virus 40. In: Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, Bd. 237, S. 703 - 703. (2009)
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