Michael A Geeves
Michael A Geeves
School of Biosciences, University of Kent
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Structural mechanism of muscle contraction
MA Geeves, KC Holmes
Annual review of biochemistry 68 (1), 687-728, 1999
Regulation of the interaction between actin and myosin subfragment 1: evidence for three states of the thin filament
DF McKillop, MA Geeves
Biophysical journal 65 (2), 693-701, 1993
The molecular mechanism of muscle contraction
MA Geeves, KC Holmes
Advances in protein chemistry 71, 161-193, 2005
Tropomyosin and actin isoforms modulate the localization of tropomyosin strands on actin filaments
W Lehman, V Hatch, V Korman, M Rosol, L Thomas, R Maytum, ...
Journal of molecular biology 302 (3), 593-606, 2000
Toxoplasma gondii myosin A and its light chain: a fast, single‐headed, plus‐end‐directed motor
A Herm‐Götz, S Weiss, R Stratmann, S Fujita‐Becker, C Ruff, E Meyhöfer, ...
The EMBO journal 21 (9), 2149-2158, 2002
The dynamics of actin and myosin association and the crossbridge model of muscle contraction.
MA Geeves
Biochemical journal 274 (Pt 1), 1, 1991
The muscle thin filament as a classical cooperative/allosteric regulatory system
SS Lehrer, MA Geeves
Journal of molecular biology 277 (5), 1081-1089, 1998
The use of actin labelled with N-(1-pyrenyl) iodoacetamide to study the interaction of actin with myosin subfragments and troponin/tropomyosin
AH Criddle, MA Geeves, T Jeffries
Biochemical Journal 232 (2), 343-349, 1985
Dynamics of the muscle thin filament regulatory switch: the size of the cooperative unit
MA Geeves, SS Lehrer
Biophysical Journal 67 (1), 273-282, 1994
The structural basis of muscle contraction
KC Holmes, MA Geeves
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological …, 2000
Cooperativity and switching within the three-state model of muscle regulation
R Maytum, SS Lehrer, MA Geeves
Biochemistry 38 (3), 1102-1110, 1999
Kinetics of acto-S1 interaction as a guide to a model for the crossbridge cycle
MA Geeves, RS Goody, H Gutfreund
Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility 5 (4), 351-361, 1984
The core FH2 domain of diaphanous-related formins is an elongated actin binding protein that inhibits polymerization
A Shimada, M Nyitrai, IR Vetter, D Kühlmann, B Bugyi, S Narumiya, ...
Molecular cell 13 (4), 511-522, 2004
Modulation of actin affinity and actomyosin adenosine triphosphatase by charge changes in the myosin motor domain
M Furch, MA Geeves, DJ Manstein
Biochemistry 37 (18), 6317-6326, 1998
Myosin motors with artificial lever arms.
M Anson, MA Geeves, SE Kurzawa, DJ Manstein
The EMBO journal 15 (22), 6069-6074, 1996
Interaction of actin and ADP with the head domain of smooth muscle myosin: implications for strain-dependent ADP release in smooth muscle
CR Cremo, MA Geeves
Biochemistry 37 (7), 1969-1978, 1998
Adenosine diphosphate and strain sensitivity in myosin motors.
M Nyitrai, MA Geeves
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 359 …, 2004
Cryptococcus neoformans senses CO2 through the carbonic anhydrase Can2 and the adenylyl cyclase Cac1
EG Mogensen, G Janbon, J Chaloupka, C Steegborn, MS Fu, F Moyrand, ...
Eukaryotic Cell 5 (1), 103-111, 2006
Kinetic resolution of a conformational transition and the ATP hydrolysis step using relaxation methods with a Dictyostelium myosin II mutant containing a single tryptophan residue
A Málnási-Csizmadia, DS Pearson, M Kovács, RJ Woolley, MA Geeves, ...
Biochemistry 40 (42), 12727-12737, 2001
Kinetics of the interaction of 2'(3')-O-(N-methylanthraniloyl)-ATP with myosin subfragment 1 and actomyosin subfragment 1: characterization of two acto-S1-ADP complexes.
SK Woodward, JF Eccleston, MA Geeves
Biochemistry 30 (2), 422-430, 1991
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