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Muok, A. R., Ortega, D. R., Kurniyati, K., Yang, W., Maschmann, Z. A., Mabrouk, A. Sidi, Li, C., Crane, B. R., and Briegel, A. (2020) Atypical chemoreceptor arrays accommodate high membrane curvature. Nat Commun. 11, 5763
Lynch, M. J., Levenson, R., Kim, E. A., Sircar, R., Blair, D. F., Dahlquist, F. W., and Crane, B. R. (2017) Co-Folding of a FliF-FliG Split Domain Forms the Basis of the MS:C Ring Interface within the Bacterial Flagellar Motor. Structure. 25, 317-328
Muok, A. R., Deng, Y., Gumerov, V. M., Chong, J. E., DeRosa, J. R., Kurniyati, K., Coleman, R. E., Lancaster, K. M., Li, C., Zhulin, I. B., and Crane, B. R. (2019) A di-iron protein recruited as an Fe[II] and oxygen sensor for bacterial chemotaxis functions by stabilizing an iron-peroxy species. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 116, 14955-14960
Merz, G. E., Borbat, P. P., Muok, A. R., Srivastava, M., Bunck, D. N., Freed, J. H., and Crane, B. R. (2018) Site-Specific Incorporation of a Cu Spin-Label Into Proteins for Measuring Distances by Pulsed Dipolar ESR Spectroscopy. J Phys Chem B. 10.1021/acs.jpcb.8b05619
Lynch, M. J., Miller, M., James, M., Zhang, S., Zhang, K., Li, C., Charon, N. W., and Crane, B. R. (2019) Structure and chemistry of lysinoalanine crosslinking in the spirochaete flagella hook. Nat Chem Biol. 10.1038/s41589-019-0341-3
Vaidya, A. T., Chen, C. - H., Dunlap, J. C., Loros, J. J., and Crane, B. R. (2011) Structure of a light-activated LOV protein dimer that regulates transcription. Sci Signal. 4, ra50
Pollard, A. M., Bilwes, A. M., and Crane, B. R. (2009) The structure of a soluble chemoreceptor suggests a mechanism for propagating conformational signals. Biochemistry. 48, 1936-44
Airola, M. V., Watts, K. J., Bilwes, A. M., and Crane, B. R. (2010) Structure of concatenated HAMP domains provides a mechanism for signal transduction. Structure. 18, 436-48
Zoltowski, B. D., Vaidya, A. T., Top, D., Widom, J., Young, M. W., and Crane, B. R. (2011) Structure of full-length Drosophila cryptochrome. Nature. 480, 396-9
Sudhamsu, J., Lee, G. In, Klessig, D. F., and Crane, B. R. (2008) The structure of YqeH. An AtNOS1/AtNOA1 ortholog that couples GTP hydrolysis to molecular recognition. J Biol Chem. 283, 32968-76
Yee, E. F., Dzikovski, B., and Crane, B. R. (2019) Tuning Radical Relay Residues by Proton Management Rescues Protein Electron Hopping. J Am Chem Soc. 141, 17571-17587