Prof. Vassilis Koronakis
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Crystal structure of the bacterial membrane protein TolC central to multidrug efflux and protein export
V Koronakis, A Sharff, E Koronakis, B Luisi, C Hughes
Nature 405 (6789), 914-919, 2000
Structure and function of TolC: the bacterial exit duct for proteins and drugs
V Koronakis, J Eswaran, C Hughes
Annual review of biochemistry 73 (1), 467-489, 2004
Direct nucleation and bundling of actin by the SipC protein of invasive Salmonella
RD Hayward, V Koronakis
The EMBO journal, 1999
Salmonella takes control: effector-driven manipulation of the host
EJ McGhie, LC Brawn, PJ Hume, D Humphreys, V Koronakis
Current opinion in microbiology 12 (1), 117-124, 2009
Substrate‐induced assembly of a contiguous channel for protein export from E. coli: reversible bridging of an inner‐membrane translocase to an outer membrane exit pore
T Thanabalu, E Koronakis, C Hughes, V Koronakis
The EMBO journal, 1998
Activation of Escherichia coli prohaemolysin to the mature toxin by acyl carrier protein-dependent fatty acylation
JP Issartel, V Koronakis, C Hughes
Nature 351 (6329), 759-761, 1991
The assembled structure of a complete tripartite bacterial multidrug efflux pump
MF Symmons, E Bokma, E Koronakis, C Hughes, V Koronakis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (17), 7173-7178, 2009
Structure of the periplasmic component of a bacterial drug efflux pump
MK Higgins, E Bokma, E Koronakis, C Hughes, V Koronakis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (27), 9994-9999, 2004
Interactions underlying assembly of the Escherichia coli AcrAB–TolC multidrug efflux system
T Touzé, J Eswaran, E Bokma, E Koronakis, C Hughes, V Koronakis
Molecular microbiology 53 (2), 697-706, 2004
Isolation and analysis of the C‐terminal signal directing export of Escherichia coli hemolysin protein across both bacterial membranes.
V Koronakis, E Koronakis, C Hughes
The EMBO journal 8 (2), 595-605, 1989
RfaH and the ops element, components of a novel system controlling bacterial transcription elongation
MJA Bailey, C Hughes, V Koronakis
Molecular microbiology 26 (5), 845-851, 1997
Acylation of Escherichia coli Hemolysin: A Unique Protein Lipidation Mechanism Underlying Toxin Function
P Stanley, V Koronakis, C Hughes
Microbiology and molecular biology reviews 62 (2), 309-333, 1998
Cooperation between actin-binding proteins of invasive Salmonella: SipA potentiates SipC nucleation and bundling of actin
EJ McGhie, RD Hayward, V Koronakis
The EMBO journal 20 (9), 2131-2139, 2001
The secreted hemolysins of Proteus mirabilis, Proteus vulgaris, and Morganella morganii are genetically related to each other and to the alpha-hemolysin of Escherichia coli
V Koronakis, M Cross, B Senior, E Koronakis, C Hughes
Journal of bacteriology 169 (4), 1509-1515, 1987
Fatty acylation of two internal lysine residues required for the toxic activity of Escherichia coli hemolysin
P Stanley, LC Packman, V Koronakis, C Hughes
Science 266 (5193), 1992-1996, 1994
Salmonella InvG forms a ring‐like multimer that requires the InvH lipoprotein for outer membrane localization
AM Crago, V Koronakis
Molecular microbiology 30 (1), 47-56, 1998
Three's company: component structures bring a closer view of tripartite drug efflux pumps
J Eswaran, E Koronakis, MK Higgins, C Hughes, V Koronakis
Current opinion in structural biology 14 (6), 741-747, 2004
Transition to the open state of the TolC periplasmic tunnel entrance
C Andersen, E Koronakis, E Bokma, J Eswaran, D Humphreys, C Hughes, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (17), 11103-11108, 2002
Structural and functional diversity calls for a new classification of ABC transporters
C Thomas, SG Aller, K Beis, EP Carpenter, G Chang, L Chen, E Dassa, ...
FEBS letters 594 (23), 3767-3775, 2020
Salmonella SPI1 effector SipA persists after entry and cooperates with a SPI2 effector to regulate phagosome maturation and intracellular replication
LC Brawn, RD Hayward, V Koronakis
Cell host & microbe 1 (1), 63-75, 2007
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