The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biochemistry, Proteomics, Membrane protein, Peptide sequence and Proteome. In most of his Biochemistry studies, his work intersects topics such as Biophysics. Julian P. Whitelegge has included themes like Hippocampal formation, Biological neural network, Hippocampus and Neuroscience in his Proteomics study.
His studies deal with areas such as Bacteriorhodopsin, Transmembrane protein, Cytoskeleton, Mass spectrometry and Ubiquitins as well as Membrane protein. Julian P. Whitelegge combines subjects such as Peptide bond, Stereochemistry, Oligomer and Cytotoxicity with his study of Peptide sequence. His work carried out in the field of Proteome brings together such families of science as Leptospirosis, Leptospira, Immunology, Microbiology and Blood proteins.
Julian P. Whitelegge mainly investigates Biochemistry, Cell biology, Mass spectrometry, Proteomics and Membrane protein. His Biochemistry research focuses on Biophysics and how it connects with Membrane. To a larger extent, Julian P. Whitelegge studies Chromatography with the aim of understanding Mass spectrometry.
His Proteomics research includes themes of Proteome, Bioinformatics and Molecular biology. Many of his studies on Membrane protein apply to Transmembrane protein as well. The Saccharomyces cerevisiae study which covers Ribosomal protein that intersects with Methyltransferase.
Julian P. Whitelegge focuses on Cell biology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Proteomics and Internal medicine. His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like Lactotransferrin, Lactoferrin, Chromosome segregation, Mutant and Cell division. His research in Membrane protein, Diazirine, Cysteine, Binding site and Sterol are components of Biochemistry.
His Biophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Thylakoid, Photosystem I, ATP synthase and Peptide. Julian P. Whitelegge has researched Proteomics in several fields, including Biological neural network, Hippocampus and Transcriptome. His Internal medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Endocrinology and Cardiology.
His primary areas of study are Biochemistry, Cell biology, Proteomics, Glutamate receptor and Endocrinology. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as RNA, Gene expression, Transcriptional regulation and Sertoli cell. His research integrates issues of Neuroscience, Transcriptome, Transmembrane protein, Computational biology and Membrane protein in his study of Proteomics.
Julian P. Whitelegge interconnects Mass analysis and Transmembrane domain in the investigation of issues within Membrane protein. He combines subjects such as Hippocampal formation, Biological neural network and Hippocampus with his study of Glutamate receptor. He has included themes like Internal medicine, Pancreatitis and Mitochondrion in his Endocrinology study.
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A Membrane Receptor for Retinol Binding Protein Mediates Cellular Uptake of Vitamin A
Riki Kawaguchi;Jiamei Yu;Jane Honda;Jane Hu.
The minimum information about a proteomics experiment (MIAPE)
Chris F. Taylor;Chris F. Taylor;Norman W. Paton;Norman W. Paton;Kathryn S. Lilley;Kathryn S. Lilley;Pierre Alain Binz;Pierre Alain Binz.
Nature Biotechnology (2007)
Atomic view of a toxic amyloid small oligomer.
Arthur Laganowsky;Cong Liu;Michael R. Sawaya;Julian P. Whitelegge.
The proteomes of human parotid and submandibular/sublingual gland salivas collected as the ductal secretions
Paul Denny;Fred K. Hagen;Markus Hardt;Lujian Liao.
Journal of Proteome Research (2008)
Structure of the toxic core of α-synuclein from invisible crystals
Jose A. Rodriguez;Magdalena I. Ivanova;Magdalena I. Ivanova;Michael R. Sawaya;Duilio Cascio.
Characterization of serum biomarkers for detection of early stage ovarian cancer.
Katherine R Kozak;Feng Su;Julian P Whitelegge;Kym Faull.
Neural Circuit-Specialized Astrocytes: Transcriptomic, Proteomic, Morphological, and Functional Evidence
Hua Chai;Blanca Diaz-Castro;Eiji Shigetomi;Emma Monte.
Ferredoxin:NADP+ oxidoreductase is a subunit of the chloroplast cytochrome b6f complex.
Huamin Zhang;Julian P. Whitelegge;William A. Cramer.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2001)
The evolution of transmembrane helix kinks and the structural diversity of G protein-coupled receptors
Sarah Yohannan;Salem Faham;Duan Yang;Julian P. Whitelegge.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Side-chain contributions to membrane protein structure and stability
Salem Faham;Duan Yang;Emiko Bare;Sarah Yohannan.
Journal of Molecular Biology (2004)
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