Michael P Williamson
Michael P Williamson
Professor of Biochemistry, University of Sheffield
Email verificata su sheffield.ac.uk
TitoloCitata daAnno
Nuclear overhauser effect
D Neuhaus
eMagRes, 2007
25232007
The importance of being proline: the interaction of proline-rich motifs in signaling proteins with their cognate domains
BK Kay, MP Williamson, M Sudol
The FASEB journal 14 (2), 231-241, 2000
13302000
The structure and function of proline-rich regions in proteins.
MP Williamson
Biochemical journal 297 (Pt 2), 249, 1994
9981994
Wu «thrich, K.(1985) J
MP Williamson, TF Havel
Mol. Biol 182, 295-315, 0
748*
Multiple interactions between polyphenols and a salivary proline-rich protein repeat result in complexation and precipitation
NJ Baxter, TH Lilley, E Haslam, MP Williamson
Biochemistry 36 (18), 5566-5577, 1997
6371997
Using chemical shift perturbation to characterise ligand binding
MP Williamson
Progress in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy 73, 1-16, 2013
5922013
Polyphenol/peptide binding and precipitation
AJ Charlton, NJ Baxter, ML Khan, AJG Moir, E Haslam, AP Davies, ...
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 50 (6), 1593-1601, 2002
5922002
Temperature dependence of 1 H chemical shifts in proteins
NJ Baxter, MP Williamson
Journal of biomolecular NMR 9 (4), 359-369, 1997
4631997
Polyphenols, astringency and proline-rich proteins
G Luck, H Liao, NJ Murray, HR Grimmer, EE Warminski, MP Williamson, ...
Phytochemistry 37 (2), 357-371, 1994
3881994
Rapid-pulsing artifacts in double-quantum-filtered COSY
AE Derome, MP Williamson
Journal of magnetic resonance 88 (1), 177-185, 1990
3781990
Molecular model for astringency produced by polyphenol/protein interactions
E Jöbstl, J O'Connell, JPA Fairclough, MP Williamson
Biomacromolecules 5 (3), 942-949, 2004
2992004
Pseudomonas cellulose-binding domains mediate their effects by increasing enzyme substrate proximity
DN Bolam, A CIRUELA, S McQUEEN-MASON, P SIMPSON, ...
Biochemical journal 331 (3), 775-781, 1998
2931998
Pseudomonas cellulose-binding domains mediate their effects by increasing enzyme substrate proximity.
DN Bolam, A Ciruela, S McQueen-Mason, P Simpson, MP Williamson, ...
Biochemical Journal 331 (Pt 3), 775, 1998
2931998
Study of the interaction between salivary proline‐rich proteins and a polyphenol by 1H‐NMR spectroscopy
NJ Murray, MP Williamson, TH Lilley, E Haslam
European Journal of Biochemistry 219 (3), 923-935, 2005
2412005
Analysis of peptidoglycan structure from vegetative cells of Bacillus subtilis 168 and role of PBP 5 in peptidoglycan maturation
A Atrih, G Bacher, G Allmaier, MP Williamson, SJ Foster
Journal of bacteriology 181 (13), 3956-3966, 1999
2401999
Empirical comparisons of models for chemical-shift calculation in proteins
MP Williamson, T Asakura
Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series B 101 (1), 63-71, 1993
1901993
Cα and Cβ carbon-13 chemical shifts in proteins from an empirical database
M Iwadate, T Asakura, MP Williamson
Journal of biomolecular NMR 13 (3), 199-211, 1999
1881999
Epigallocatechin gallate, the main polyphenol in green tea, binds to the T-cell receptor, CD4: Potential for HIV-1 therapy
MP Williamson, TG McCormick, CL Nance, WT Shearer
Journal of allergy and clinical immunology 118 (6), 1369-1374, 2006
1832006
Solution structure of the granular starch binding domain of Aspergillus niger glucoamylase bound to β-cyclodextrin
K Sorimachi, MF Le Gal-Coëffet, G Williamson, DB Archer, MP Williamson
Structure 5 (5), 647-661, 1997
1831997
Secondary‐structure dependent chemical shifts in proteins
MP Williamson
Biopolymers 29 (10‐11), 1423-1431, 2004
1702004
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