Spencer J Williams
Spencer J Williams
School of Chemistry and Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne
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Human gut Bacteroidetes can utilize yeast mannan through a selfish mechanism
F Cuskin, EC Lowe, MJ Temple, Y Zhu, EA Cameron, NA Pudlo, NT Porter, ...
Nature 517 (7533), 165-169, 2015
Glycosyl fluorides in enzymatic reactions
SJ Williams, SG Withers
Carbohydrate Research 327 (1-2), 27-46, 2000
Carbohydrates: the essential molecules of life
RV Stick, SJ Williams
Elsevier, 2010
Aspartate 313 in the Streptomyces plicatus Hexosaminidase Plays a Critical Role in Substrate-assisted Catalysis by Orienting the 2-Acetamido Group and Stabilizing
SJ Williams, BL Mark, DJ Vocadlo, MNG James, SG Withers
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (42), 40055-40065, 2002
Dissecting conformational contributions to glycosidase catalysis and inhibition
G Speciale, AJ Thompson, GJ Davies, SJ Williams
Current Opinion in Structural Biology 28, 1-13, 2014
Sulfotransferases and sulfatases in mycobacteria
JD Mougous, RE Green, SJ Williams, SE Brenner, CR Bertozzi
Chemistry & Biology 9 (7), 767-776, 2002
MCL and Mincle: C-type lectin receptors that sense damaged self and pathogen-associated molecular patterns
MB Richardson, SJ Williams
Frontiers in Immunology 5, 288, 2014
Mechanistic insights into a Ca 2+-dependent family of α-mannosidases in a human gut symbiont
Y Zhu, MDL Suits, AJ Thompson, S Chavan, Z Dinev, C Dumon, N Smith, ...
Nature Chemical Biology 6 (2), 125-132, 2010
Trehalose is required for growth of Mycobacterium smegmatis
PJ Woodruff, BL Carlson, B Siridechadilok, MR Pratt, RH Senaratne, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (28), 28835-28843, 2004
A semi-invariant V α 10+ T cell antigen receptor defines a population of natural killer T cells with distinct glycolipid antigen–recognition properties
AP Uldrich, O Patel, G Cameron, DG Pellicci, EB Day, LC Sullivan, ...
Nature Immunology 12 (7), 616, 2011
Protein–carbohydrate interactions: learning lessons from nature
SJ Williams, GJ Davies
Trends in biotechnology 19 (9), 356-362, 2001
Understanding the cardioprotective effects of flavonols: discovery of relaxant flavonols without antioxidant activity
CX Qin, X Chen, RA Hughes, SJ Williams, OL Woodman
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 51 (6), 1874-1884, 2008
5′‐Adenosinephosphosulphate reductase (CysH) protects Mycobacterium tuberculosis against free radicals during chronic infection phase in mice
RH Senaratne, AD De Silva, SJ Williams, JD Mougous, JR Reader, ...
Molecular Microbiology 59 (6), 1744-1753, 2006
‘Click’cycloaddition catalysts: copper (i) and copper (ii) tris (triazolylmethyl) amine complexes
PS Donnelly, SD Zanatta, SC Zammit, JM White, SJ Williams
Chemical Communications, 2459-2461, 2008
Conjugation of Transferrin to Azide‐Modified CdSe/ZnS Core–Shell Quantum Dots using Cyclooctyne Click Chemistry
C Schieber, A Bestetti, JP Lim, AD Ryan, TL Nguyen, R Eldridge, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (42), 10523-10527, 2012
Sulfotransferases, sulfatases and formylglycine-generating enzymes: a sulfation fascination
P Bojarová, SJ Williams
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 12 (5), 573-581, 2008
5′-Adenosinephosphosulfate lies at a metabolic branch point in mycobacteria
SJ Williams, RH Senaratne, JD Mougous, LW Riley, CR Bertozzi
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (36), 32606-32615, 2002
Active-site Peptide “Fingerprinting” of glycosidases in complex mixtures by mass spectrometry: Discovery of a novel retaining β-1, 4-glycanase in Cellulomonas fimi
O Hekmat, YW Kim, SJ Williams, S He, SG Withers
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (42), 35126-35135, 2005
Glycosynthases: mutant glycosidases for glycoside synthesis
SJ Williams, SG Withers
Australian Journal of Chemistry 55 (2), 3-12, 2002
Detailed Structural Analysis of Glycosidase/Inhibitor Interactions:  Complexes of Cex from Cellulomonas fimi with Xylobiose-Derived Aza-Sugars,
V Notenboom, SJ Williams, R Hoos, SG Withers, DR Rose
Biochemistry 39 (38), 11553-11563, 2000
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