Mike Sleutel
Mike Sleutel
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Verified email at vub.be
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Role of clusters in nonclassical nucleation and growth of protein crystals
M Sleutel, AES Van Driessche
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (5), E546-E553, 2014
1372014
Observing classical nucleation theory at work by monitoring phase transitions with molecular precision
M Sleutel, J Lutsko, AES Van Driessche, MA Durán-Olivencia, D Maes
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-8, 2014
982014
Molecular nucleation mechanisms and control strategies for crystal polymorph selection
AES Van Driessche, N Van Gerven, PHH Bomans, RRM Joosten, ...
Nature 556 (7699), 89-94, 2018
882018
Comparison of different experimental techniques for the measurement of crystal growth kinetics
AES Van Driessche, F Otálora, G Sazaki, M Sleutel, K Tsukamoto, ...
Crystal Growth and Design 8 (12), 4316-4323, 2008
662008
Do protein crystals nucleate within dense liquid clusters?
D Maes, MA Vorontsova, MAC Potenza, T Sanvito, M Sleutel, M Giglio, ...
Acta Crystallographica Section F: Structural Biology Communications 71 (7 …, 2015
562015
Nucleation and growth of a bacterial functional amyloid at single-fiber resolution
M Sleutel, I Van den Broeck, N Van Gerven, C Feuillie, W Jonckheere, ...
Nature chemical biology 13 (8), 902-908, 2017
422017
Structural and biophysical characterization of Staphylococcus aureus SaMazF shows conservation of functional dynamics
V Zorzini, L Buts, M Sleutel, A Garcia-Pino, A Talavera, S Haesaerts, ...
Nucleic acids research 42 (10), 6709-6725, 2014
362014
Kinetics and thermodynamics of glucose isomerase crystallization
M Sleutel, R Willaert, C Gillespie, C Evrard, L Wyns, D Maes
Crystal Growth and Design 9 (1), 497-504, 2009
352009
Nucleation of protein crystals–A nanoscopic perspective
M Sleutel, AES Van Driessche
Nanoscale 10 (26), 12256-12267, 2018
242018
Step crowding effects dampen the stochasticity of crystal growth kinetics
JF Lutsko, AES Van Driessche, MA Durán-Olivencia, D Maes, M Sleutel
Physical review letters 116 (1), 015501, 2016
222016
Surface display of the receptor-binding domain of the F17a-G fimbrial adhesin through the autotransporter AIDA-I leads to permeability of bacterial cells
N Van Gerven, M Sleutel, F Deboeck, H De Greve, JP Hernalsteens
Microbiology 155 (2), 468-476, 2009
222009
Crystal growth cessation revisited: the physical basis of step pinning
JF Lutsko, N González-Segredo, MA Durán-Olivencia, D Maes, ...
Crystal growth & design 14 (11), 6129-6134, 2014
202014
On the self-purification cascade during crystal growth from solution
M Sleutel, AES Van Driessche
Crystal growth & design 13 (2), 688-695, 2013
202013
Spiral-mediated growth can lead to crystals of higher purity
M Sleutel, G Sazaki, AES Van Driessche
Crystal growth & design 12 (5), 2367-2374, 2012
192012
Mesoscopic impurities expose a nucleation-limited regime of crystal growth
M Sleutel, JF Lutsko, D Maes, AES Van Driessche
Physical review letters 114 (24), 245501, 2015
182015
Physicochemical and additive controls on the multistep precipitation pathway of gypsum
M Ossorio, TM Stawski, JD Rodríguez-Blanco, M Sleutel, JM García-Ruiz, ...
Minerals 7 (8), 140, 2017
172017
The unexpected structure of the designed protein Octarellin V. 1 forms a challenge for protein structure prediction tools
M Figueroa, M Sleutel, M Vandevenne, G Parvizi, S Attout, O Jacquin, ...
Journal of structural biology 195 (1), 19-30, 2016
172016
Kinetic roughening of glucose isomerase crystals
M Sleutel, D Maes, L Wyns, R Willaert
Crystal Growth and Design 8 (12), 4409-4414, 2008
172008
The role of surface diffusion in the growth mechanism of triosephosphate isomerase crystals
M Sleutel, C Vanhee, C Van de Weerdt, K Decanniere, D Maes, L Wyns, ...
Crystal Growth and Design 8 (4), 1173-1180, 2008
162008
Does solution viscosity scale the rate of aggregation of folded proteins?
M Sleutel, AES Van Driessche, W Pan, EK Reichel, D Maes, PG Vekilov
The journal of physical chemistry letters 3 (10), 1258-1263, 2012
152012
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