F. Xavier Gomis-Rüth
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Astacins, serralysins, snake venom and matrix metalloproteinases exhibit identical zinc-binding environments (HEXXHXXGXXH and Met-turn) and topologies and should be grouped …
W Bode, FX Gomis-Rüth, W Stöckler
FEBS Letters 331 (1), 134-140, 1993
8941993
The metzincins—Topological and sequential relations between the astacins, adamalysins, serralysins, and matrixins (collagenases) define a super family of zinc‐peptidases
W Stöcker, F Grams, P Reinemer, W Bode, U Baumann, FX Gomis‐Rüth, ...
Protein Science 4 (5), 823-840, 1995
8041995
Mechanism of inhibition of the human matrix metalloproteinase stromelysin-1 by TIMP-1
FX Gomis-Rüth, K Maskos, M Betz, A Bergner, R Huber, K Suzuki, ...
Nature 389 (6646), 77-81, 1997
7051997
Bacterial conjugation: a two‐step mechanism for DNA transport
M Llosa, FX Gomis‐Rüth, M Coll, F Cruz
Molecular Microbiology 45 (1), 1-8, 2002
4232002
Matrix metalloproteinases: fold and function of their catalytic domains
C Tallant, A Marrero, FX Gomis-Rüth
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1803 (1), 20-28, 2010
3782010
Structure of astacin and implications for activation of astacins and zinc-ligation of collagenases
W Bode, FX Gomis-Rüth, R Huber, R Zwilling, W Stöcker
Nature 358 (6382), 164-167, 1992
3671992
Structural aspects of the metzincin clan of metalloendopeptidases
FX Gomis-Rüth
Molecular Biotechnology 24 (2), 157-202, 2003
3562003
The bacterial conjugation protein TrwB resembles ring helicases and F1-ATPase
FX Gomis-Rüth, G Moncalián, R Pérez-Luque, A González, E Cabezón, ...
Nature 409 (6820), 637-641, 2001
3542001
Tandem DNA recognition by PhoB, a two-component signal transduction transcriptional activator
AG Blanco, M Sola, FX Gomis-Rüth, M Coll
Structure 10 (5), 701-713, 2002
3262002
Insights into MMP‐TIMP Interactions
W Bode, C Fernández‐Catalán, F Grams, FX Gomis‐Rüth, H Nagase, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 878 (1), 73-91, 1999
2411999
First structure of a snake venom metalloproteinase: a prototype for matrix metalloproteinases/collagenases.
FX Gomis‐Rüth, LF Kress, W Bode
The EMBO Journal 12 (11), 4151-4157, 1993
2411993
186. Fragilysin
T Goulas, FX Gomis-Rüth
Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes (N.D. Rawlings & G.S. Salvesen, eds.), 887-891, 2013
237*2013
Detailed architecture of a DNA translocating machine: the high-resolution structure of the bacteriophage φ29 connector particle
A Guasch, J Pous, B Ibarra, FX Gomis-Rüth, JM Valpuesta, N Sousa, ...
Journal of Molecular Biology 315 (4), 663-676, 2002
2372002
Catalytic domain architecture of metzincin metalloproteases
FX Gomis-Rüth
Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (23), 15353-15357, 2009
2102009
The helping hand of collagenase-3 (MMP-13): 2.7 Ĺ crystal structure of its C-terminal haemopexin-like domain
FX Gomis-Rüth, U Gohlke, M Betz, V Knäuper, G Murphy, C López-Otın, ...
Journal of Molecular Biology 264 (3), 556-566, 1996
1741996
The structure of plasmid-encoded transcriptional repressor CopG unliganded and bound to its operator
FX Gomis-Rüth, M Solŕ, P Acebo, A Párraga, A Guasch, R Eritja, ...
The EMBO Journal 17 (24), 7404-7415, 1998
1711998
The eight-cysteine motif, a versatile structure in plant proteins
M José-Estanyol, FX Gomis-Rüth, P Puigdomčnech
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 42 (5), 355-365, 2004
1652004
The matrix protein VP40 from Ebola virus octamerizes into pore-like structures with specific RNA binding properties
FX Gomis-Rüth, A Dessen, J Timmins, A Bracher, L Kolesnikowa, ...
Structure 11 (4), 423-433, 2003
1632003
Recognition and processing of the origin of transfer DNA by conjugative relaxase TrwC
A Guasch, M Lucas, G Moncalián, M Cabezas, R Pérez-Luque, ...
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 10 (12), 1002-1010, 2003
1622003
A novel strategy for inhibition of α-amylases: yellow meal worm α-amylase in complex with the Ragi bifunctional inhibitor at 2.5 ĺ resolution
S Strobl, K Maskos, G Wiegand, R Huber, FX Gomis-Rüth, R Glockshuber
Structure 6 (7), 911-921, 1998
1601998
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