Michael C. Lawrence spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Protein structure, Insulin receptor, Insulin-like growth factor 1 receptor and Insulin receptor substrate. His study on Biochemistry is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Biophysics. The Protein structure study combines topics in areas such as Coiled coil, Lipid bilayer fusion, Plasma protein binding, Phaseolin and Peptide sequence.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Insulin receptor, Ectodomain are connected with Receptor tyrosine kinase and other disciplines. His Insulin-like growth factor 1 receptor research integrates issues from IRS2 and GRB10. His Insulin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in microRNA and Alternative splicing.
Michael C. Lawrence mostly deals with Insulin receptor, Biochemistry, Protein structure, Receptor and Ectodomain. His Insulin receptor research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Signal transduction, Cell biology and Binding site. His research in Protein structure intersects with topics in Plasma protein binding, Biophysics, Stereochemistry, Random hexamer and Insulin analog.
His Receptor study incorporates themes from Peptide sequence, Ecdysone, Ecdysone receptor and Gene isoform. The study incorporates disciplines such as Insulin-Like Growth Factor Receptor, Structural biology, Receptor tyrosine kinase, Growth factor and Growth factor receptor in addition to Ectodomain. His Insulin receptor substrate research focuses on IRS2 and how it relates to GRB10.
Insulin, Protein structure, Insulin receptor, Receptor and Ectodomain are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of In vitro and Biochemistry in his study of Insulin. Michael C. Lawrence incorporates Biochemistry and Cone snail in his studies.
Michael C. Lawrence has included themes like Insulin analog, Biophysics and Random hexamer in his Protein structure study. His work deals with themes such as Signal transduction and Stereochemistry, which intersect with Insulin receptor. His Ectodomain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Insulin-Like Growth Factor Receptor, Structural biology, Growth factor, Leucine zipper and Growth factor receptor.
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Shape Complementarity at Protein/Protein Interfaces
Michael C. Lawrence;Peter M. Colman.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1993)
The structural biology of type I viral membrane fusion.
Peter M. Colman;Michael C. Lawrence.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2003)
How insulin engages its primary binding site on the insulin receptor
John G. Menting;Jonathan Whittaker;Mai B. Margetts;Linda J. Whittaker.
A Molecular Mechanism for Bacterial Susceptibility to Zinc.
Christopher A. McDevitt;Abiodun D. Ogunniyi;Eugene Valkov;Michael C. Lawrence.
PLOS Pathogens (2011)
Structure of the insulin receptor ectodomain reveals a folded-over conformation
Neil M. McKern;Michael C. Lawrence;Victor A. Streltsov;Mei-Zhen Lou.
Sequence and structure alignment of paramyxovirus hemagglutinin-neuraminidase with influenza virus neuraminidase.
P M Colman;P A Hoyne;M C Lawrence.
Journal of Virology (1993)
Structure of Phaseolin at 2·2 Å Resolution: Implications for a Common Vicilin/Legumin Structure and the Genetic Engineering of Seed Storage Proteins
M.C. Lawrence;T. Izard;M. Beuchat;R.J. Blagrove.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1994)
The structure of the fusion glycoprotein of Newcastle disease virus suggests a novel paradigm for the molecular mechanism of membrane fusion.
Lin Chen;Jeffrey J Gorman;Jenny McKimm-Breschkin;Lynne J Lawrence.
A designed ankyrin repeat protein evolved to picomolar affinity to Her2
Christian Zahnd;Emanuel Wyler;Jochen M. Schwenk;Daniel Steiner.
Journal of Molecular Biology (2007)
The crystal structure of pneumococcal surface antigen PsaA reveals a metal-binding site and a novel structure for a putative ABC-type binding protein
Michael C Lawrence;Patricia A Pilling;V Chandana Epa;Anne M Berry.
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