Shae B. Padrick, Ph.D.

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Protein Folding and Dynamics, Structural Biology
"Shae Padrick"
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Andrew D. Miranker grad student 2003 Yale
 (The kinetic mechanism of islet amyloid polypeptide fiber formation.)
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Han T, Goralski M, Capota E, et al. (2016) The antitumor toxin CD437 is a direct inhibitor of DNA polymerase α. Nature Chemical Biology
Scheuermann TH, Padrick SB, Gardner KH, et al. (2015) On the acquisition and analysis of microscale thermophoresis data. Analytical Biochemistry
Sweeney MO, Collins A, Padrick SB, et al. (2015) A novel role for WAVE1 in controlling actin network growth rate and architecture. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26: 495-505
Smith BA, Padrick SB, Doolittle LK, et al. (2013) Three-color single molecule imaging shows WASP detachment from Arp2/3 complex triggers actin filament branch formation. Elife. 2: e01008
Ydenberg CA, Padrick SB, Sweeney MO, et al. (2013) GMF severs actin-Arp2/3 complex branch junctions by a cofilin-like mechanism. Current Biology : Cb. 23: 1037-45
Brautigam CA, Padrick SB, Schuck P. (2013) Multi-signal sedimentation velocity analysis with mass conservation for determining the stoichiometry of protein complexes. Plos One. 8: e62694
Zahm JA, Padrick SB, Chen Z, et al. (2013) The bacterial effector VopL organizes actin into filament-like structures Cell. 155: 423-434
Chen Z, Borek D, Padrick SB, et al. (2010) Structure and control of the actin regulatory WAVE complex. Nature. 468: 533-8
Padrick SB, Deka RK, Chuang JL, et al. (2010) Determination of protein complex stoichiometry through multisignal sedimentation velocity experiments. Analytical Biochemistry. 407: 89-103
Padrick SB, Miranker AD. (2002) Islet amyloid: phase partitioning and secondary nucleation are central to the mechanism of fibrillogenesis. Biochemistry. 41: 4694-703
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