Francisco N. Barrera
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MicroRNA silencing for cancer therapy targeted to the tumour microenvironment
CJ Cheng, R Bahal, IA Babar, Z Pincus, F Barrera, C Liu, A Svoronos, ...
Nature 518 (7537), 107-110, 2015
How cholesterol stiffens unsaturated lipid membranes
S Chakraborty, M Doktorova, TR Molugu, FA Heberle, HL Scott, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (36), 21896-21905, 2020
pH-responsive high stability polymeric nanoparticles for targeted delivery of anticancer therapeutics
L Palanikumar, S Al-Hosani, M Kalmouni, VP Nguyen, L Ali, R Pasricha, ...
Communications biology 3 (1), 95, 2020
Binding of the C-terminal sterile α motif (SAM) domain of human p73 to lipid membranes
FN Barrera, JA Poveda, JM González-Ros, JL Neira
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (47), 46878-46885, 2003
Clustering and coupled gating modulate the activity in KcsA, a potassium channel model
ML Molina, FN Barrera, AM Fernández, JA Poveda, ML Renart, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (27), 18837-18848, 2006
Membrane physical properties influence transmembrane helix formation
FN Barrera, J Fendos, DM Engelman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (36), 14422-14427, 2012
Influence of C-terminal protein domains and protein− lipid interactions on tetramerization and stability of the potassium channel KcsA
ML Molina, JA Encinar, FN Barrera, G Fernandez-Ballester, G Riquelme, ...
Biochemistry 43 (47), 14924-14931, 2004
Roles of carboxyl groups in the transmembrane insertion of peptides
FN Barrera, D Weerakkody, M Anderson, OA Andreev, YK Reshetnyak, ...
Journal of molecular biology 413 (2), 359-371, 2011
Unfolding and refolding in vitro of a tetrameric, α-helical membrane protein: the prokaryotic potassium channel KcsA
FN Barrera, ML Renart, ML Molina, JA Poveda, JA Encinar, ...
Biochemistry 44 (43), 14344-14352, 2005
Targeting acidity in diseased tissues: mechanism and applications of the membrane-inserting peptide, pHLIP
JC Deacon, DM Engelman, FN Barrera
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 565, 40-48, 2015
The dimerization domain of the HIV‐1 capsid protein binds a capsid protein‐derived peptide: A biophysical characterization
MT Garzón, MC Lidón‐Moya, FN Barrera, A Prieto, J Gómez, MG Mateu, ...
Protein science 13 (6), 1512-1523, 2004
Flexibility in HIV-1 assembly subunits: solution structure of the monomeric C-terminal domain of the capsid protein
LA Alcaraz, M Del Alamo, FN Barrera, MG Mateu, JL Neira
Biophysical journal 93 (4), 1264-1276, 2007
A novel soluble peptide with pH-responsive membrane insertion
VP Nguyen, DS Alves, HL Scott, FL Davis, FN Barrera
Biochemistry 54 (43), 6567-6575, 2015
Protein self-assembly and lipid binding in the folding of the potassium channel KcsA
FN Barrera, ML Renart, JA Poveda, B De Kruijff, JA Killian, ...
Biochemistry 47 (7), 2123-2133, 2008
The isolated C-terminal domain of Ring1B is a dimer made of stable, well-structured monomers
A Czypionka, O Ruiz de los Paños, MG Mateu, FN Barrera, ...
Biochemistry 46 (44), 12764-12776, 2007
The transcriptional repressor RYBP is a natively unfolded protein which folds upon binding to DNA
JL Neira, M Román-Trufero, LM Contreras, J Prieto, G Singh, FN Barrera, ...
Biochemistry 48 (6), 1348-1360, 2009
Aspartate Embedding Depth Affects pHLIP’s Insertion pKa
J Fendos, FN Barrera, DM Engelman
Biochemistry 52 (27), 4595-4604, 2013
Construction and genetic selection of small transmembrane proteins that activate the human erythropoietin receptor
TJ Cammett, SJ Jun, EB Cohen, FN Barrera, DM Engelman, D DiMaio
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (8), 3447-3452, 2010
The inactivating factor of glutamine synthetase, IF7, is a “natively unfolded” protein
MI Muro‐Pastor, FN Barrera, JC Reyes, FJ Florencio, JL Neira
Protein science 12 (7), 1443-1454, 2003
Occupancy of nonannular lipid binding sites on KcsA greatly increases the stability of the tetrameric protein
I Triano, FN Barrera, ML Renart, ML Molina, G Fernández-Ballester, ...
Biochemistry 49 (25), 5397-5404, 2010
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