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Roark, R. S., Li, H., Williams, W. B., Chug, H., Mason, R. D., Gorman, J., Wang, S., Lee, F. - H., Rando, J., Bonsignori, M., Hwang, K. - K., Saunders, K. O., Wiehe, K., M Moody, A., Hraber, P. T., Wagh, K., Giorgi, E. E., Russell, R. M., Bibollet-Ruche, F., Liu, W., Connell, J., Smith, A. G., DeVoto, J., Murphy, A. I., Smith, J., Ding, W., Zhao, C., Chohan, N., Okumura, M., Rosario, C., Ding, Y., Lindemuth, E., Bauer, A. M., Bar, K. J., Ambrozak, D., Chao, C. W., Chuang, G. - Y., Geng, H., Lin, B. C., Louder, M. K., Nguyen, R., Zhang, B., Lewis, M. G., Raymond, D., Doria-Rose, N. A., Schramm, C. A., Douek, D. C., Roederer, M., Kepler, T. B., Kelsoe, G., Mascola, J. R., Kwong, P. D., Korber, B. T., Harrison, S. C., Haynes, B. F., Hahn, B. H., and Shaw, G. M. (2020) Recapitulation of HIV-1 Env-antibody coevolution in macaques leading to neutralization breadth. Science. 10.1126/science.abd2638
Dong, C., Chen, S. - J., Melnykov, A., Weirich, S., Sun, K., Jeltsch, A., Varshavsky, A., and Min, J. (2020) Recognition of nonproline N-terminal residues by the Pro/N-degron pathway. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 117, 14158-14167
Chetty, A. K., Sexton, J. A., Ha, B. Hak, Turk, B. E., and Boggon, T. J. (2020) Recognition of physiological phosphorylation sites by p21-activated kinase 4. J Struct Biol. 211, 107553
Lim, D. C., Joukov, V., T Rettenmaier, J., Kumagai, A., Dunphy, W. G., Wells, J. A., and Yaffe, M. B. (2020) Redox priming promotes Aurora A activation during mitosis. Sci Signal. 10.1126/scisignal.abb6707
Lee, S. - A., Yang, K. Jian Zhang, Brun, P. - J., Silvaroli, J. A., Yuen, J. J., Shmarakov, I., Jiang, H., Feranil, J. B., Li, X., Lackey, A. I., Krężel, W., Leibel, R. L., Libien, J., Storch, J., Golczak, M., and Blaner, W. S. (2020) Retinol-binding protein 2 (RBP2) binds monoacylglycerols and modulates gut endocrine signaling and body weight. Sci Adv. 6, eaay8937
Nguyen, T., Lee, S., Yang, Y. - A., Ahn, C., Sim, J. Hyun, Kei, T. G., Barnard, K. N., Yu, H., Millano, S. K., Chen, X., Parrish, C. R., and Song, J. (2020) The role of 9-O-acetylated glycan receptor moieties in the typhoid toxin binding and intoxication. PLoS Pathog. 16, e1008336