Results of search for Adkins

    Fold 2017 (click to unfold)

  1. Insights into PG-binding, conformational change, and dimerization of the OmpA C-terminal domains from Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium and Borrelia burgdorferi.
    Tan K, Deatherage Kaiser BL, Wu R, Cuff M, Fan Y, Bigelow L, Jedrzejczak RP, ADKINS JN, Cort JR, Babnigg G, Joachimiak A 
    CSGID, Protein Science (2017) 26:1738-1748
     (Details)(Pubmed ID: 28580643)
    Times cited: 1

  2. Fold 2015 (click to unfold)

  3. Identification of Salmonella Typhimurium Deubiquitinase SseL Substrates by Immunoaffinity Enrichment and Quantitative Proteomic Analysis.
    Nakayasu ES, Sydor MA, Brown RN, Sontag RL, Sobreira TJ, Slysz GW, Humphrys DR, Skarina T, Onoprienko O, Di Leo R, Deatherage Kaiser BL, Li J, Ansong C, Cambronne ED, Smith RD, Savchenko A, ADKINS JN 
    MCSG+PCSEP, Journal of proteome research (2015) 14:4029-38
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 26147956)
    Times cited: 3

  4. Fold 2014 (click to unfold)

  5. Crystal Structures of the F and pSLT Plasmid TraJ N-Terminal Regions Reveal Similar Homodimeric PAS Folds with Functional Interchangeability.
    Lu J, Wu R, ADKINS JN, Joachimiak A, Glover JN 
    MCSG+PCSEP, Biochemistry (2014) 53:5810-9
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 25148268)
    PDB ID(s): 4EW7
    Times cited: 2

  6. Structural and Functional Characterization of DUF1471 Domains of Salmonella Proteins SrfN, YdgH/SssB, and YahO.
    Eletsky A, Michalska K, Houliston S, Zhang Q, Daily MD, Xu X, Cui H, Yee A, Lemak A, Wu B, Garcia M, Burnet MC, Meyer KM, Aryal UK, Sanchez O, Ansong C, Xiao R, Acton TB, ADKINS JN, Montelione GT, Joachimiak A, Arrowsmith CH, Savchenko A, Szyperski T, Cort JR 
    MCSG+NESG+PCSEP, PLoS ONE (2014) 9:e101787
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 25010333)
    PDB ID(s): 4EVU
    Times cited: 4

  7. Fold 2013 (click to unfold)

  8. Comparative phosphoproteomics reveals components of host cell invasion and post-transcriptional regulation during Francisella infection.
    Nakayasu ES, Tempel R, Cambronne XA, Petyuk VA, Jones MB, Gritsenko MA, Monroe ME, Yang F, Smith RD, ADKINS JN, Heffron F 
    PCSEP, Molecular & Cellular Proteomics (2013) 12:3297-309
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23970565)
    Times cited: 11

  9. Diverse secreted effectors are required for Salmonella persistence in a mouse infection model.
    Kidwai AS, Mushamiri I, Niemann GS, Brown RN, ADKINS JN, Heffron F 
    PCSEP, PLoS ONE (2013) 8:e70753
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23950998)
    Times cited: 12

  10. Cross-linking and mass spectrometry methodologies to facilitate structural biology: finding a path through the maze.
    Merkley ED, Cort JR, ADKINS JN 
    PCSEP, Journal of Structural and Functional Genomics (2013) 14:77-90
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23917845)
    Times cited: 16

  11. A Multi-Omic View of Host-Pathogen-Commensal Interplay in Salmonella-Mediated Intestinal Infection.
    Deatherage Kaiser BL, Li J, Sanford JA, Kim YM, Kronewitter SR, Jones MB, Peterson CT, Peterson SN, Frank BC, Purvine SO, Brown JN, Metz TO, Smith RD, Heffron F, ADKINS JN 
    PCSEP, PLoS ONE (2013) 8:e67155
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23840608)
    Times cited: 45

  12. Top-down proteomics reveals a unique protein S-thiolation switch in Salmonella Typhimurium in response to infection-like conditions.
    Ansong C, Wu S, Meng D, Liu X, Brewer HM, Deatherage Kaiser BL, Nakayasu ES, Cort JR, Pevzner P, Smith RD, Heffron F, ADKINS JN, Pasa-Tolic L 
    PCSEP, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013) 110:10153-8
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23720318)
    Times cited: 85

  13. Evaluation of selected binding domains for the analysis of ubiquitinated proteomes.
    Nakayasu ES, Ansong C, Brown JN, Yang F, Lopez-Ferrer D, Qian WJ, Smith RD, ADKINS JN 
    PCSEP, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (2013) 24:1214-23
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23649778)
    Times cited: 6

  14. Multi-omic data integration links deleted in breast cancer 1 (DBC1) degradation to chromatin remodeling in inflammatory response.
    Nakayasu ES, Brown RN, Ansong C, Sydor MA, Imtiaz S, Mihai C, Sontag R, Hixson KK, Monroe ME, Sobreira TJ, Orr G, Petyuk VA, Yang F, Smith RD, ADKINS JN 
    PCSEP, Molecular & Cellular Proteomics (2013) 12:2136-47
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23639857)
    Times cited: 2

  15. New sub-family of lysozyme-like proteins shows no catalytic activity crystallographic and biochemical study of STM3605 protein from Salmonella Typhimurium
    Michalska K, Brown RN, Li H, Jedrzejczak R, Niemann GS, Heffron F, Cort JR, ADKINS JN, Babnigg G, Joachimiak A, 
    MCSG+PCSEP, Journal of Structural and Functional Genomics (2013) 14:1-10
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23572252)
    PDB ID(s): 4EVX
    Times cited: 2

  16. Large scale structural rearrangement of a serine hydrolase from Francisella tularensis facilitates catalysis.
    Filippova EV, Weston LA, Kuhn ML, Geissler B, Gehring AM, Armoush N, ADKINS CT, Minasov G, Dubrovska I, Shuvalova L, Winsor JR, Lavis LD, Satchell KJ, Becker DP, Anderson WF, Johnson RJ 
    CSGID, Journal of Biological Chemistry (2013) 288:10522-35
     (Details)(Pubmed ID: 23430251)
    Times cited: 14

  17. Mixed-isotope labeling with LC-IMS-MS for characterization of protein-protein interactions by chemical cross-linking.
    Merkley ED, Baker ES, Crowell KL, Orton DJ, Taverner T, Ansong C, Ibrahim YM, Burnet MC, Cort JR, Anderson GA, Smith RD, ADKINS JN 
    PCSEP, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (2013) 24:444-9
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23423792)
    Times cited: 18

  18. RNA type III secretion signals that require Hfq.
    Niemann GS, Brown RN, Mushamiri IT, Nguyen NT, Taiwo R, Stufkens A, Smith RD, ADKINS JN, McDermott JE, Heffron F 
    PCSEP, Journal of Bacteriology (2013) 195:2119-25
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 23396917)
    Times cited: 13

Total number of citations for publications: 234
Average number of citations per publication (): 15.6