Recent Publications from the Raman Lab

Research
Publications Cell Biology Neuroscience

 

Raman M, Sergeev M, Garnaas M, Lydeard JR, Huttlin EL, Goessling W, Shah JV, Harper JW. 2015. Systematic proteomics of the VCP–UBXD adaptor network identifies a role for UBXN10 in regulating ciliogenesis. Nat Cell Biol. 10: 1356-1369.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Sarraf SA, Raman M, Guarani-Pereira V, Sowa ME, Huttlin EL, Gygi SP, Harper JW. 2013. Landscape of the PARKIN-dependent ubiquitylome in response to mitochondrial depolarization. Nature 496: 372-376.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Raman M, Havens CG, Walter JC, Harper JW. 2011. A genome-wide screen identifies the p97 AAA-ATPase as an essential regulator of DNA damage-dependent CDT1 destruction. Mol Cell 44: 72-84.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Raman M, Harper JW. Stairway to the proteasome. Naure 462: 585-586.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Raman M, Earnest S, Zhang K, Zhao Y, Cobb MH. 2007. TAO kinases mediate activation of p38 in response to DNA damage. EMBO J. 26: 2005-2014.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Raman M, Chen W, Cobb MH. 2007. Differential regulation and properties of MAPKs. Oncogene 26: 1300-1311.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Raman M, Cobb MH. 2006. TGF-beta regulation by Emilin1: new links in the etiology of hypertension. Cell 124: 893-895.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Zhou T, Raman M, Gao Y, Earnest S, Chen Z, Machius M, Cobb MH, Goldsmith EJ. 2004. Crystal structure of the TAO2 kinase domain: activation and specificity of a Ste20p MAP3K Structure 12: 1891-1900.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Raman M, Cobb MH. 2003. MAP kinase modules: many roads home. Curr Biol. 13: R886-888.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Chen Z, Raman M, Chen L, Lee SF, Gilman AG, Cobb MH. 2003. TAO (thousand-and-one amino acid) protein kinases mediate signaling from carbachol to p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase and ternary complex factors. J Biol Chem. 278: 22278-22283.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

Robinson FL, Whitehurst AW, Raman M, Cobb MH. 2003. Identification of novel point mutations in ERK2 that selectively disrupt binding to MEK1. J Biol Chem 277: 14844-14852.  a stack of three books in red, blue and green

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