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2010Direct involvement of the TEN domain at the active site of human telomeraseBryan, Tracy; Cohen, Scott; Jurczyluk, Julie; Nouwens, Amanda; Adams, Timothy E.; Holien, Jessica; Lovrecz, George; Parker, Michael W; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsDirect involvement of the TEN domain at the active site of human telomerase, Nucleic Acids Research, vol.N/A, N/A,pp 1-15
2007Protein composition of catalytically active human telomerase from immortal cellsCohen, Scott; Graham, Mark; Reddel, Roger; Robinson, Phillip; Bache, Nicolai; Lovrecz, George; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsProtein composition of catalytically active human telomerase from immortal cells, Science, vol.315,(5820),2007,pp 1850-1853 + supplementary online material
2009Solution Structure of Ectodomains of the Insulin Receptor Family: The Ectodomain of the Type 1 Insulin-Like Growth Factor Receptor Displays Asymmetry of Ligand Binding Accompanied by Limited Conformational ChangeTrewhella, Jill; Adams, Timothy E.; Bentley, John; Lawrence, Michael; Lovrecz, George; Margetts, Mai; McKern, Neil; Menting, John; Richards, Kim; Smith, Brian J.; Ward, Colin; Whitten, Andrew E.; Molecular BioscienceSolution Structure of Ectodomains of the Insulin Receptor Family: The Ectodomain of the Type 1 Insulin-Like Growth Factor Receptor Displays Asymmetry of Ligand Binding Accompanied by Limited Conformational Change, Journal of Molecular Biology, vol.394, 5, 2009,pp 878-892
2015Telomeric G-quadruplexes are a substrate and site of localization for human telomeraseBryan, Tracy; Cohen, Scott; Moye, Aaron; Porter, Karina; Sasaki, Natsaki; Zyner, Katherine; Beck, Jennifer L; Lovrecz, George; Phan, Tram; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsTelomeric G-quadruplexes are a substrate and site of localization for human telomerase, Nature Communications, vol.6, N/A, 2015,pp 1-12