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2002The Bacillus subtilis cell division proteins FtsL and DivlC are intrinsically unstable and do not interact with one another in the absence of other septasomal componentsHarry, Elizabeth; Mackay, Joel; Michie, Katharine; King, Glenn F.; Robson, Scott A; School of Molecular Bioscience; School of Molecular Bioscience; School of Molecular BioscienceThe Bacillus subtilis cell division proteins FtsL and DivlC are intrinsically unstable and do not interact with one another in the absence of other septasomal components, Molecular Microbiology, vol.44, 3,pp 663-674
2002Letter to the Editor: Backbone and side-chain 1H, 15N, and 13C assignments for chick cofilindos Remedios, Cristobal; Nosworthy, Neil; Bains, Naresh P. S; Gorbatyuk, Vitaliy Y.; King, Glenn F.; Maciejewski, Mark W.; Robson, Scott A; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; PhysicsLetter to the Editor: Backbone and side-chain 1H, 15N, and 13C assignments for chick cofilin, Journal of Biomolecular NMR, vol.22, 2,pp 193-194
2006Mapping the phosphoinositide-binding site on chick cofilin explains how PIP2 regulates the cofilin-actin interaction.dos Remedios, Cristobal; Nosworthy, Neil; Bains, Naresh P. S; Gorbatyuk, Vitaliy Y.; King, Glenn; Maciejewski, Mark W.; Robson, Scott A; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; PhysicsMapping the phosphoinositide-binding site on chick cofilin explains how PIP2 regulates the cofilin-actin interaction., Molecular Cell, vol.24,(4),2006,pp 511-522