Neeti Ananthaswamy, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2012 Biology The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC 
Area:
General Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry

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2015 AlSalmi W, Mahalingam M, Ananthaswamy N, Hamlin C, Flores D, Gao G, Rao VB. A New Approach to Produce HIV-1 Envelope Trimers: Both Cleavage and Proper Glycosylation are Essential to Generate Authentic Trimers. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. PMID 26088135 DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M115.656611  0.56
2013 Furman C, Mehla J, Ananthaswamy N, Arya N, Kulesh B, Kovach I, Ambudkar SV, Golin J. The deviant ATP-binding site of the multidrug efflux pump Pdr5 plays an active role in the transport cycle. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 288: 30420-31. PMID 24019526 DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M113.494682  0.56
2013 Downes MT, Mehla J, Ananthaswamy N, Wakschlag A, Lamonde M, Dine E, Ambudkar SV, Golin J. The transmission interface of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae multidrug transporter Pdr5: Val-656 located in intracellular loop 2 plays a major role in drug resistance. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 57: 1025-34. PMID 23254431 DOI: 10.1128/AAC.02133-12  0.56
2010 Ananthaswamy N, Rutledge R, Sauna ZE, Ambudkar SV, Dine E, Nelson E, Xia D, Golin J. The signaling interface of the yeast multidrug transporter Pdr5 adopts a cis conformation, and there are functional overlap and equivalence of the deviant and canonical Q-loop residues. Biochemistry. 49: 4440-9. PMID 20426485 DOI: 10.1021/bi100394j  0.56
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