Juliana Cortines

University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
"Juliana Cortines"
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Prevelige PE, Cortines JR. (2018) Phage assembly and the special role of the portal protein. Current Opinion in Virology. 31: 66-73
Rodrigues RA, Dos Santos Silva LK, Dornas FP, et al. (2015) Mimivirus Fibrils Are Important for Viral Attachment to the Microbial World by a Diverse Glycoside Interaction Repertoire. Journal of Virology. 89: 11812-9
Cortines JR, Lima LM, Mohana-Borges R, et al. (2015) Structural insights into the stabilization of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 capsid protein by the cyclophilin-binding domain and implications on the virus cycle. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1854: 341-8
Sant'Anna R, Braga C, Varejão N, et al. (2014) The importance of a gatekeeper residue on the aggregation of transthyretin: implications for transthyretin-related amyloidoses. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 289: 28324-37
Cortines JR, Motwani T, Vyas AA, et al. (2014) Highly specific salt bridges govern bacteriophage P22 icosahedral capsid assembly: identification of the site in coat protein responsible for interaction with scaffolding protein. Journal of Virology. 88: 5287-97
Gonçalves KM, Barbosa LR, Lima LM, et al. (2014) Conformational dissection of Thermomyces lanuginosus lipase in solution. Biophysical Chemistry. 185: 88-97
Padilla-Meier GP, Gilcrease EB, Weigele PR, et al. (2012) Unraveling the role of the C-terminal helix turn helix of the coat-binding domain of bacteriophage P22 scaffolding protein. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 287: 33766-80
Cortines JR, Weigele PR, Gilcrease EB, et al. (2011) Decoding bacteriophage P22 assembly: identification of two charged residues in scaffolding protein responsible for coat protein interaction. Virology. 421: 1-11
Cortines JR, Monroe EB, Kang S, et al. (2011) A retroviral chimeric capsid protein reveals the role of the N-terminal β-hairpin in mature core assembly. Journal of Molecular Biology. 410: 641-52
Parent KN, Khayat R, Tu LH, et al. (2010) P22 coat protein structures reveal a novel mechanism for capsid maturation: stability without auxiliary proteins or chemical crosslinks. Structure (London, England : 1993). 18: 390-401
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