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Kessler N, Akabayov SR, Cohen LS, et al. (2023) The chemokines CCL5 and CXCL12 exhibit high-affinity binding to N-terminal peptides of the non-cognate receptors CXCR4 and CCR5, respectively. The Febs Journal
Moseri A, Akabayov SR, Cohen LS, et al. (2021) Multiple binding modes of an N-terminal CCR5-peptide in complex with HIV-1 gp120. The Febs Journal
Kumar S, Akabayov SR, Kessler N, et al. (2020) The methyl C-edited/C-filtered transferred NOE for studying protein interactions with short linear motifs. Journal of Biomolecular Nmr
Naider F, Becker JM. (2020) A Paradigm for Peptide Hormone-GPCR Analyses Molecules. 25: 4272
Kessler N, Akabayov SR, Moseri A, et al. (2020) Allovalency observed by transferred-NOE: Interactions of sulfated tyrosine residues in the N-terminal segment of CCR5 with the CCL5 chemokine. The Febs Journal
Naider F, Anglister J. (2018) The Synthesis of Sulfated CCR5 Peptide Surrogates and their Use to Study Receptor-Ligand Interactions. Protein and Peptide Letters
Srivastava G, Moseri A, Kessler N, et al. (2018) Defining specific residue-to-residue interactions between the gp120 bridging sheet and the N-terminal segment of CCR5: Applications of transferred NOE NMR. The Febs Journal
Lam D, Zhuang J, Cohen LS, et al. (2018) Effects of chelator lipids, paramagnetic metal ions and trehalose on liposomes by solid-state NMR. Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. 94: 1-6
Abayev M, Rodrigues JP, Srivastava G, et al. (2018) The solution structure of monomeric CCL5 in complex with a doubly-sulfated N-terminal segment of CCR5. The Febs Journal
Hauser M, Qian C, King ST, et al. (2017) Identification of peptide-binding sites within BSA using rapid, laser-induced covalent cross-linking combined with high-performance mass spectrometry. Journal of Molecular Recognition : Jmr
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