Edward H. Egelman
Edward H. Egelman
Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, University of Virginia
Verified email at virginia.edu
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Similarity of the yeast RAD51 filament to the bacterial RecA filament
T Ogawa, X Yu, A Shinohara, EH Egelman
Science 259 (5103), 1896-1899, 1993
7491993
Unified polymerization mechanism for the assembly of ASC-dependent inflammasomes
A Lu, VG Magupalli, J Ruan, Q Yin, MK Atianand, MR Vos, GF Schröder, ...
Cell 156 (6), 1193-1206, 2014
7452014
Structural basis of membrane invagination by F-BAR domains
A Frost, R Perera, A Roux, K Spasov, O Destaing, EH Egelman, ...
Cell 132 (5), 807-817, 2008
5262008
A robust algorithm for the reconstruction of helical filaments using single-particle methods
EH Egelman
Ultramicroscopy 85 (4), 225-234, 2000
4392000
Type IV pilus structure by cryo-electron microscopy and crystallography: implications for pilus assembly and functions
L Craig, N Volkmann, AS Arvai, ME Pique, M Yeager, EH Egelman, ...
Molecular cell 23 (5), 651-662, 2006
4232006
Outcome of the first electron microscopy validation task force meeting
R Henderson, A Sali, ML Baker, B Carragher, B Devkota, KH Downing, ...
Structure 20 (2), 205-214, 2012
3542012
F-actin is a helix with a random variable twist
EH Egelman, N Francis, DJ DeRosier
Nature 298 (5870), 131-135, 1982
3341982
Novel pro-and anti-recombination activities of the Bloom’s syndrome helicase
DV Bugreev, X Yu, EH Egelman, AV Mazin
Genes & development 21 (23), 3085-3094, 2007
3082007
Bacteriophage T7 helicase/primase proteins form rings around single-stranded DNA that suggest a general structure for hexameric helicases.
EH Egelman, X Yu, R Wild, MM Hingorani, SS Patel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (9), 3869-3873, 1995
3061995
Domain structure and dynamics in the helical filaments formed by RecA and Rad51 on DNA
X Yu, SA Jacobs, SC West, T Ogawa, EH Egelman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (15), 8419-8424, 2001
2732001
The twist, writhe and overall shape of supercoiled DNA change during counterion-induced transition from a loosely to a tightly interwound superhelix: possible implications for …
J Bednar, P Furrer, A Stasiak, J Dubochet, EH Egelman, AD Bates
Journal of molecular biology 235 (3), 825-847, 1994
2681994
Stabilization of RAD51 nucleoprotein filaments by the C-terminal region of BRCA2
F Esashi, VE Galkin, X Yu, EH Egelman, SC West
Nature structural & molecular biology 14 (6), 468-474, 2007
2672007
Atomic model of a myosin filament in the relaxed state
JL Woodhead, FQ Zhao, R Craig, EH Egelman, L Alamo, R Padrón
Nature 436 (7054), 1195-1199, 2005
2652005
Atomic-accuracy models from 4.5-Å cryo-electron microscopy data with density-guided iterative local refinement
F DiMaio, Y Song, X Li, MJ Brunner, C Xu, V Conticello, E Egelman, ...
Nature methods 12 (4), 361-365, 2015
2572015
Actin depolymerizing factor stabilizes an existing state of F-actin and can change the tilt of F-actin subunits
VE Galkin, A Orlova, N Lukoyanova, W Wriggers, EH Egelman
The Journal of cell biology 153 (1), 75-86, 2001
2562001
Structure of helical RecA-DNA complexes: Complexes formed in the presence of ATP-gamma-S or ATP
EH Egelman, A Stasiak
Journal of molecular biology 191 (4), 677-697, 1986
2501986
The human Rad52 protein exists as a heptameric ring
AZ Stasiak, E Larquet, A Stasiak, S Müller, A Engel, E Van Dyck, SC West, ...
Current Biology 10 (6), 337-340, 2000
2252000
A conformational change in the actin subunit can change the flexibility of the actin filament
A Orlova, EH Egelman
Journal of molecular biology 232 (2), 334-341, 1993
2241993
Helical structure of the needle of the type III secretion system of Shigella flexneri
FS Cordes, K Komoriya, E Larquet, S Yang, EH Egelman, A Blocker, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (19), 17103-17107, 2003
2132003
The iterative helical real space reconstruction method: surmounting the problems posed by real polymers
EH Egelman
Journal of structural biology 157 (1), 83-94, 2007
2112007
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