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Protein denaturation at the air-water interface and how to prevent it
E D'Imprima, D Floris, M Joppe, R Sánchez, M Grininger, W Kühlbrandt
Elife 8, e42747, 2019
2782019
Engineering fungal de novo fatty acid synthesis for short chain fatty acid production
J Gajewski, R Pavlovic, M Fischer, E Boles, M Grininger
Nature Communications 8 (1), 14650, 2017
1522017
Inhibition of the fungal fatty acid synthase type I multienzyme complex
P Johansson, B Wiltschi, P Kumari, B Kessler, C Vonrhein, J Vonck, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (35), 12803-12808, 2008
1382008
Engineering strategies for rational polyketide synthase design
M Klaus, M Grininger
Natural product reports 35 (10), 1070-1081, 2018
1252018
Expanding the product portfolio of fungal type I fatty acid synthases
Z Zhu, YJ Zhou, A Krivoruchko, M Grininger, ZK Zhao, J Nielsen
Nature chemical biology 13 (4), 360-362, 2017
1172017
Fatty acid biosynthesis: chain‐length regulation and control
CS Heil, SS Wehrheim, KS Paithankar, M Grininger
ChemBioChem 20 (18), 2298-2321, 2019
972019
Parameters affecting the X-ray dose absorbed by macromolecular crystals
JW Murray, E Rudiño-Piñera, RL Owen, M Grininger, RBG Ravelli, ...
Journal of synchrotron radiation 12 (3), 268-275, 2005
872005
Direct structural insight into the substrate-shuttling mechanism of yeast fatty acid synthase by electron cryomicroscopy
P Gipson, DJ Mills, R Wouts, M Grininger, J Vonck, W Kühlbrandt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (20), 9164-9169, 2010
762010
Engineering fatty acid synthases for directed polyketide production
J Gajewski, F Buelens, S Serdjukow, M Janßen, N Cortina, H Grubmüller, ...
Nature Chemical Biology 13 (4), 363-365, 2017
672017
Dodecins: a family of lumichrome binding proteins
M Grininger, K Zeth, D Oesterhelt
Journal of molecular biology 357 (3), 842-857, 2006
602006
Perspectives on the evolution, assembly and conformational dynamics of fatty acid synthase type I (FAS I) systems
M Grininger
Current Opinion in Structural Biology 25, 49-56, 2014
562014
Dodecin is the key player in flavin homeostasis of archaea
M Grininger, H Staudt, P Johansson, J Wachtveitl, D Oesterhelt
Journal of biological chemistry 284 (19), 13068-13076, 2009
562009
Multimeric options for the auto-activation of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae FAS type I megasynthase
P Johansson, B Mulinacci, C Koestler, R Vollrath, D Oesterhelt, ...
Structure 17 (8), 1063-1074, 2009
542009
Characterization of the polyspecific transferase of murine type I fatty acid synthase (FAS) and implications for polyketide synthase (PKS) engineering
A Rittner, KS Paithankar, KV Huu, M Grininger
ACS chemical biology 13 (3), 723-732, 2018
452018
Mechanism of substrate shuttling by the acyl-carrier protein within the fatty acid mega-synthase
C Anselmi, M Grininger, P Gipson, JD Faraldo-Gómez
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (35), 12357-12364, 2010
442010
Structure and conformational variability of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis fatty acid synthase multienzyme complex
L Ciccarelli, SR Connell, M Enderle, DJ Mills, J Vonck, M Grininger
Structure 21 (7), 1251-1257, 2013
432013
Structural and biochemical characterization of a halophilic archaeal alkaline phosphatase
A Wende, P Johansson, R Vollrath, M Dyall-Smith, D Oesterhelt, ...
Journal of Molecular Biology 400 (1), 52-62, 2010
392010
Engineering of chimeric polyketide synthases using SYNZIP docking domains
M Klaus, AD D’Souza, A Nivina, C Khosla, M Grininger
ACS chemical biology 14 (3), 426-433, 2019
382019
An engineered fatty acid synthase combined with a carboxylic acid reductase enables de novo production of 1-octanol in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
S Henritzi, M Fischer, M Grininger, M Oreb, E Boles
Biotechnology for biofuels 11, 1-12, 2018
372018
Ketosynthase domain constrains the design of polyketide synthases
M Klaus, L Buyachuihan, M Grininger
ACS chemical biology 15 (9), 2422-2432, 2020
342020
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