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Gabor Mocz
Gabor Mocz
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Multiple nucleotide-binding sites in the sequence of dynein β heavy chain
IR Gibbons, BH Gibbons, G Mocz, DJ Asai
Nature 352 (6336), 640-643, 1991
2751991
Photosensitized cleavage of dynein heavy chains. Cleavage at the “V1 site” by irradiation at 365 nm in the presence of ATP and vanadate.
IR Gibbons, A Lee-Eiford, G Mocz, CA Phillipson, WJ Tang, BH Gibbons
Journal of Biological Chemistry 262 (6), 2780-2786, 1987
2181987
Altered functional properties of a TRPM2 variant in Guamanian ALS and PD
MC Hermosura, AM Cui, RCV Go, B Davenport, CM Shetler, JW Heizer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (46), 18029-18034, 2008
1302008
Model for the motor component of dynein heavy chain based on homology to the AAA family of oligomeric ATPases
G Mocz, IR Gibbons
Structure 9 (2), 93-103, 2001
1252001
Evolutionary insights from a genetically divergent hantavirus harbored by the European common mole (Talpa europaea)
HJ Kang, SN Bennett, L Sumibcay, S Arai, AG Hope, G Mocz, JW Song, ...
PloS one 4 (7), e6149, 2009
1212009
Molecular phylogeny of a newfound hantavirus in the Japanese shrew mole (Urotrichus talpoides)
S Arai, SD Ohdachi, M Asakawa, HJ Kang, G Mocz, J Arikawa, N Okabe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (42), 16296-16301, 2008
1212008
Phase partition analysis of nucleotide binding to axonemal dynein
G Mocz, IR Gibbons
Biochemistry 35 (28), 9204-9211, 1996
921996
The proteolytic substructure of light meromyosin. Localization of a region responsible for the low ionic strength insolubility of myosin.
L Nyitray, G Mocz, L Szilagyi, M Balint, RC Lu, A Wong, J Gergely
Journal of Biological Chemistry 258 (21), 13213-13220, 1983
771983
Fluorescence polarization/anisotropy approaches to study protein-ligand interactions
DM Jameson, G Mocz
Protein-Ligand Interactions, 301-322, 2005
592005
Probing the Nucleotide Binding Sites of Axonemal Dynein with the Fluorescent Nucleotide Analogue 2‘(3‘)-O-(-N-Methylanthraniloyl)-adenosine 5‘-Triphosphate
G Mocz, MK Helms, DM Jameson, IR Gibbons
Biochemistry 37 (27), 9862-9869, 1998
571998
A map of photolytic and tryptic cleavage sites on the beta heavy chain of dynein ATPase from sea urchin sperm flagella.
G Mocz, WJ Tang, IR Gibbons
The Journal of cell biology 106 (5), 1607-1614, 1988
571988
Fluorescence techniques in analysis of protein–ligand interactions
G Mocz, JA Ross
Protein-ligand interactions, 169-210, 2013
482013
A PCR procedure to determine the sequence of large polypeptides by rapid walking through a cDNA library.
IR Gibbons, DJ Asai, NS Ching, GJ Dolecki, G Mocz, CA Phillipson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (19), 8563-8567, 1991
441991
Tryptic digestion of dynein 1 in low salt medium. Origin and properties of fragment A.
RA Ow, WJ Tang, G Mocz, IR Gibbons
Journal of Biological Chemistry 262 (7), 3409-3414, 1987
431987
Vanadate‐mediated photocleavage of rabbit skeletal myosin
G MOCZ
European journal of biochemistry 179 (2), 373-378, 1989
421989
Effect of nucleotides, divalent cations and temperature on the tryptic susceptibility of myosin subfragment 1
G MOCZ, L SZILAGYI, R CHEN LU, F FABIAN, M BALINT, J GERGELY
European journal of biochemistry 145 (2), 221-229, 1984
381984
Use of cationic detergents for polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in multiphasic buffer systems
G Mócz, M Bálint
Analytical biochemistry 143 (2), 283-292, 1984
321984
Fuzzy cluster analysis of simple physicochemical properties of amino acids for recognizing secondary structure in proteins
G Mocz
Protein Science 4 (6), 1178-1187, 1995
291995
ATP-insensitive interaction of the amino-terminal region of the. beta. heavy chain of dynein with microtubules
G Mocz, IR Gibbons
Biochemistry 32 (13), 3456-3460, 1993
291993
[35] Photocatalytic cleavage of proteins with vanadate and other transition metal complexes
IR Gibbons, G Mocz
Methods in enzymology 196, 428-442, 1991
291991
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