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Timothy A. Cross
Timothy A. Cross
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University
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High-resolution conformation of gramicidin A in a lipid bilayer by solid-state NMR
RR Ketchem, W Hu, TA Cross
Science 261 (5127), 1457-1460, 1993
8601993
Insight into the mechanism of the influenza A proton channel from a structure in a lipid bilayer
M Sharma, M Yi, H Dong, H Qin, E Peterson, DD Busath, HX Zhou, ...
Science 330 (6003), 509-512, 2010
5052010
Controls on coal distribution in transgressive-regressive cycles, Upper Cretaceous, Western Interior, USA
TA Cross
Special Publications of SEPM, 1988
4531988
Imaging membrane protein helical wheels
J Wang, J Denny, C Tian, S Kim, Y Mo, F Kovacs, Z Song, K Nishimura, ...
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 144 (1), 162-167, 2000
3912000
High-resolution polypeptide structure in a lamellar phase lipid environment from solid state NMR derived orientational constraints
RR Ketchem, B Roux, TA Cross
Structure 5 (12), 1655-1669, 1997
3211997
Structure of the transmembrane region of the M2 protein H+ channel
J Wang, S Kim, F Kovacs, TA Cross
Protein Science 10 (11), 2241-2250, 2001
2922001
Influences of membrane mimetic environments on membrane protein structures
HX Zhou, TA Cross
Annual review of biophysics 42, 361-392, 2013
2902013
Solid-state NMR structural studies of peptides and proteins in membranes
TA Cross, SJ Opella
Current opinion in structural biology 4 (4), 574-581, 1994
2801994
Histidines, heart of the hydrogen ion channel from influenza A virus: toward an understanding of conductance and proton selectivity
J Hu, R Fu, K Nishimura, L Zhang, HX Zhou, DD Busath, V Vijayvergiya, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (18), 6865-6870, 2006
2792006
Volume-selective excitation. A novel approach to topical NMR
WP Aue, S Müller, TA Cross, J Seelig
Journal of Magnetic Resonance (1969) 56 (2), 350-354, 1984
2741984
The Closed State of a H+ Channel Helical Bundle Combining Precise Orientational and Distance Restraints from Solid State NMR
K Nishimura, S Kim, L Zhang, TA Cross
Biochemistry 41 (44), 13170-13177, 2002
2572002
Tryptophans in membrane proteins: indole ring orientations and functional implications in the gramicidin channel
W Hu, KC Lee, TA Cross
Biochemistry 32 (27), 7035-7047, 1993
2551993
Detection of individual carbon resonances in solid proteins
SJ Opella, MH Frey, TA Cross
Journal of the American Chemical Society 101 (19), 5856-5857, 1979
2391979
Influence of solubilizing environments on membrane protein structures
TA Cross, M Sharma, M Yi, HX Zhou
Trends in biochemical sciences 36 (2), 117-125, 2011
2302011
Backbone structure of the amantadine-blocked trans-membrane domain M2 proton channel from Influenza A virus
J Hu, T Asbury, S Achuthan, C Li, R Bertram, JR Quine, R Fu, TA Cross
Biophysical journal 92 (12), 4335-4343, 2007
2272007
Transmembrane four-helix bundle of influenza A M2 protein channel: structural implications from helix tilt and orientation
FA Kovacs, TA Cross
Biophysical journal 73 (5), 2511-2517, 1997
2191997
Macromolecular structural elucidation with solid-state NMR-derived orientational constraints
RR Ketchem, KC Lee, S Huo, TA Cross
Journal of biomolecular NMR 8, 1-14, 1996
1961996
Helix tilt of the M2 transmembrane peptide from influenza A virus: an intrinsic property
FA Kovacs, JK Denny, Z Song, JR Quine, TA Cross
Journal of Molecular Biology 295 (1), 117-125, 2000
1742000
Perturbations of native membrane protein structure in alkyl phosphocholine detergents: a critical assessment of NMR and biophysical studies
C Chipot, F Dehez, JR Schnell, N Zitzmann, E Pebay-Peyroula, LJ Catoire, ...
Chemical reviews 118 (7), 3559-3607, 2018
1672018
Initial structural and dynamic characterization of the M2 protein transmembrane and amphipathic helices in lipid bilayers
C Tian, PF Gao, LH Pinto, RA Lamb, TA Cross
Protein Science 12 (11), 2597-2605, 2003
1672003
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