Hisham Mazal

Affiliations: 
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light 
Area:
Single molecule spectroscopy
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Gilad Haran grad student
Vahid Sandoghdar post-doc (Physics Tree)
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Iljina M, Mazal H, Dayananda A, et al. (2024) Single-molecule FRET probes allosteric effects on protein-translocating pore loops of a AAA+ machine. Biophysical Journal
Mazal H, Wieser FF, Sandoghdar V. (2023) Insights into protein structure using cryogenic light microscopy. Biochemical Society Transactions
Dahmardeh M, Mirzaalian Dastjerdi H, Mazal H, et al. (2023) Self-supervised machine learning pushes the sensitivity limit in label-free detection of single proteins below 10 kDa. Nature Methods. 20: 442-447
Riven I, Mazal H, Iljina M, et al. (2022) Fast dynamics shape the function of the AAA+ machine ClpB:Lessons from single-molecule FRET spectroscopy. The Febs Journal
Mazal H, Wieser FF, Sandoghdar V. (2022) Deciphering a hexameric protein complex with Angstrom optical resolution. Elife. 11
Mazal H, Iljina M, Riven I, et al. (2021) Ultrafast pore-loop dynamics in a AAA+ machine point to a Brownian-ratchet mechanism for protein translocation. Science Advances. 7: eabg4674
Iljina M, Mazal H, Goloubinoff P, et al. (2021) Entropic Inhibition: How the Activity of a AAA+ Machine Is Modulated by Its Substrate-Binding Domain. Acs Chemical Biology
Scheerer D, Yuval Aviram H, Mazal H, et al. (2021) Urea as a Protein LID Opener: Overcoming Substrate Inhibition in Adenylate Kinase by Tuning Conformational Dynamics Biophysical Journal. 120: 189a
Banerjee-Ghosh K, Ghosh S, Mazal H, et al. (2020) Long-Range Charge Reorganization as an Allosteric Control Signal in Proteins. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Haran G, Mazal H. (2020) How fast are the motions of tertiary-structure elements in proteins? The Journal of Chemical Physics. 153: 130902
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