Guido Guidotti

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Structure and Function of Membrane Proteins
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Lyman C. Craig grad student 1962 Rockefeller
 (Studies on the chemistry of human hemoglobin)


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Bridget N. Queenan research assistant 2006 Harvard & Radcliffe (Neurotree)
John Pringle grad student Harvard (Cell Biology Tree)
Marilyn Resh grad student (Microtree)
Jack E. Kyte grad student 1972 Harvard
Steven G. Clarke grad student 1976 Harvard
Kurt L. Drickamer grad student 1978 Harvard
Anjana Rao grad student 1978 Harvard
Michael Forgac grad student 1982 Harvard
Kenneth B. Chiacchia grad student 1983-1990 Harvard
Alison E. Grinthal grad student 2001 Harvard
Dariela Almeda grad student 2014 Harvard
Lewis C. Cantley post-doc 1978 Harvard
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Subramaniam AB, Guidotti G, Manoharan VN, et al. (2013) Glycans pattern the phase behaviour of lipid membranes Nature Materials. 12: 128-133
Lin SH, Guidotti G. (2009) Chapter 35 Purification of Membrane Proteins Methods in Enzymology. 463: 619-629
Zhong X, Buddha M, Guidotti G, et al. (2008) Expression, purification and crystallization of the ecto-enzymatic domain of rat E-NTPDase1 CD39 Acta Crystallographica Section F: Structural Biology and Crystallization Communications. 64: 1063-1065
Grinthal A, Guidotti G. (2007) Bilayer mechanical properties regulate the transmembrane helix mobility and enzymatic state of CD39 Biochemistry. 46: 279-290
Grinthal A, Guidotti G. (2006) CD39, NTPDase 1, is attached to the plasma membrane by two transmembrane domains. Why? Purinergic Signalling. 2: 391-398
Zhong X, Malhotra R, Guidotti G. (2005) A eukaryotic carboxyl-terminal signal sequence translocating large hydrophilic domains across membranes Febs Letters. 579: 5643-5650
Fumarola C, La Monica S, Alfieri RR, et al. (2005) Cell size reduction induced by inhibition of the mTOR/S6K-signaling pathway protects Jurkat cells from apoptosis Cell Death and Differentiation. 12: 1344-1357
Zhong X, Kriz R, Kumar R, et al. (2005) Distinctive roles of endoplasmic reticulum and golgi glycosylation in functional surface expression of mammalian E-NTPDase1, CD39 Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta - General Subjects. 1723: 143-150
Wu JJ, Choi LE, Guidotti G. (2005) N-linked oligosaccharides affect the enzymatic activity of CD39: Diverse interactions between seven N-linked glycosylation sites Molecular Biology of the Cell. 16: 1661-1672
Fumarola C, La Monica S, Guidotti GG. (2005) Amino acid signaling through the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway: Role of glutamine and of cell shrinkage Journal of Cellular Physiology. 204: 155-165
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