Area Z:NMR spectroscopy

Publications by Prof. Peter Bayer

Project Z3:
NMR spectroscopy

F. Trusch, L. Loebach, S. Wawra, E. Durward, A. Wuensch, N. A. Iberahim, I. de Bruijn, K. MacKenzie, A. Willems, A. Toloczko, J. Diéguez-Uribeondo, T. Rasmussen, T. Schrader, P. Bayer, C. J. Secombes & P. van West: Cell entry of a host-targeting protein of oomycetes requires gp96. Nature Commun. 2018, 9, 2347. doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-04796-3.

A. Hogeweg , A. Sowislok , T. Schrader, C. Beuck : An NMR Method To Pinpoint Supramolecular Ligand Binding to Basic Residues on Proteins. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2017 Nov 13;56(46):14758-14762. doi: 10.1002/anie.201707950. Epub 2017 Oct 13.

F. Trusch, K. Kowski, K. Bravo-Rodriguez, C. Beuck, A. Sowislok, B. Wettig, A. Matena, E. Sanchez-Garcia, H. Meyer, T. Schrader, P. Bayer: Molecular tweezers target a protein-protein interface and thereby modulate complex formation. Chem Commun 2016 (Camb). Nov 21. [Epub ahead of print]

F. Trusch, A. Matena, M. Vuk, L. Koerver, H. Knævelsrud, P. S. Freemont, H. Meyer, P. Bayer: The N-terminal Region of the UBX Domain-containing Protein 1 (UBXD1) Modulates Interdomain Communication within the Valosin-containing Protein p97. J Biol Chem. 2015, Oct 16. pii: jbc.M115.680686.

J. van den Boom, M. Mamić, D. Baccelliere, S. Zweerink, F. Kaschani, S. Knauer, P. Bayer M. Kaiser: Peptidyl succinimidyl peptides as taspase 1 inhibitors. Chembiochem. 2014,Oct 13;15(15):2233-7.

A. Matena, C. Sinnen, J. van den Boom, C. Wilms, J.N. Dybowski, R. Maltaner, J.W. Mueller, N.M. Link, D. Hoffmann, P. Bayer: Transient domain interactions enhance the affinity of the mitotic regulator Pin1 toward phosphorylated peptide ligands. Structure. 2013, Oct 8;21(10):1769-77.

D. Grum, S. Franke, O. Kraff, D. Heider, A. Schramm, D. Hoffmann, P. Bayer: Design of a modular protein-based MRI contrast agent for targeted application. PLoS One. 2013, Jun 6;8(6):e65346.

E. Schröder, L. Gebel, A. Eremeev, J. Morgner, D. Grum, S. K. Knauer, P. Bayer, J.W. Müller: Human PAPS synthase isoforms are dynamically regulated enzymes with access to nucleus and cytoplasm. PLOS One 2012, 7, e29559.