Osamu Nureki

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The University of Tokyo (Japan) 
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Kobayashi K, Kawakami K, Kusakizako T, et al. (2022) Endogenous ligand recognition and structural transition of a human PTH receptor. Molecular Cell
Ma XF, Wang TT, Wang WH, et al. (2022) The long β2,3-sheets encoded by redundant sequences play an integral role in the channel function of P2X7 receptors. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 102002
Kishi KE, Kim YS, Fukuda M, et al. (2022) Structural basis for channel conduction in the pump-like channelrhodopsin ChRmine. Cell
Jin F, Sun M, Fujii T, et al. (2021) The structure of MgtE in the absence of magnesium provides new insights into channel gating. Plos Biology. 19: e3001231
Castellano S, Claxton DP, Ficici E, et al. (2021) Conserved binding site in the N-lobe of prokaryotic MATE transporters suggests a role for Na in ion-coupled drug efflux. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 296: 100262
Oda K, Nomura T, Nakane T, et al. (2021) Time-resolved serial femtosecond crystallography reveals early structural changes in channelrhodopsin. Elife. 10
Castellano S, Claxton DP, Ficici E, et al. (2021) Conserved binding site in the N-lobe of prokaryotic MATE transporters suggests a role for Na in ion-coupled drug efflux. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Nakamura R, Numata T, Kasuya G, et al. (2020) Cryo-EM structure of the volume-regulated anion channel LRRC8D isoform identifies features important for substrate permeation. Communications Biology. 3: 240
Tanaka Y, Hipolito CJ, Maturana AD, et al. (2020) Author Correction: Structural basis for the drug extrusion mechanism by a MATE multidrug transporter. Nature
Jia Y, Zhao Y, Kusakizako T, et al. (2019) TMC1 and TMC2 Proteins Are Pore-Forming Subunits of Mechanosensitive Ion Channels. Neuron
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