Martin J. Stone
Martin J. Stone
Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Monash University
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Why are secondary metabolites (natural products) biosynthesized?
DH Williams, MJ Stone, PR Hauck, SK Rahman
Journal of Natural Products 52 (6), 1189-1208, 1989
Fast time scale dynamics of protein backbones: NMR relaxation methods, applications, and functional consequences
VA Jarymowycz, MJ Stone
Chemical reviews 106 (5), 1624-1671, 2006
Increased protein backbone conformational entropy upon hydrophobic ligand binding
L Zídek, MV Novotny, MJ Stone
Nature structural biology 6 (12), 1118-1121, 1999
Backbone dynamics of the Bacillus subtilis glucose permease IIA domain determined from nitrogen-15 NMR relaxation measurements
MJ Stone, WJ Fairbrother, AG Palmer III, J Reizer, MH Saier Jr, PE Wright
Biochemistry 31 (18), 4394-4406, 1992
NMR relaxation studies of the role of conformational entropy in protein stability and ligand binding
MJ Stone
Accounts of chemical research 34 (5), 379-388, 2001
On the evolution of functional secondary metabolites (natural products)
MJ Stone, DH Williams
Molecular microbiology 6 (1), 29-34, 1992
The evolutionary role of secondary metabolites—a review
RA Maplestone, MJ Stone, DH Williams
Gene 115 (1-2), 151-157, 1992
Comparison of backbone and tryptophan side-chain dynamics of reduced and oxidized Escherichia coli thioredoxin using nitrogen-15 NMR relaxation measurements
MJ Stone, K Chandrasekhar, A Holmgren, PE Wright, HJ Dyson
Biochemistry 32 (2), 426-435, 1993
Tyrosine sulfation: an increasingly recognised post-translational modification of secreted proteins
MJ Stone, S Chuang, X Hou, M Shoham, JZ Zhu
New biotechnology 25 (5), 299-317, 2009
The mechanism of an inhibitory antibody on TF-initiated blood coagulation revealed by the crystal structures of human tissue factor, Fab 5G9 and TF· 5G9 complex
M Huang, R Syed, EA Stura, MJ Stone, RS Stefanko, W Ruf, TS Edgington, ...
Journal of molecular biology 275 (5), 873-894, 1998
Recombinant soluble human tissue factor secreted by Saccharomyces cerevisiae and refolded from Escherichia coli inclusion bodies: glycosylation of mutants …
MJ Stone, W Ruf, DJ Miles, TS Edgington, PE Wright
Biochemical Journal 310 (2), 605-614, 1995
Pheromone binding by polymorphic mouse major urinary proteins
SD Sharrow, JL Vaughn, L Žídek, MV Novotny, MJ Stone
Protein Science 11 (9), 2247-2256, 2002
Mutational mapping of functional residues in tissue factor: identification of factor VII recognition determinants in both structural modules of the predicted cytokine receptor …
W Ruf, JR Schullek, MJ Stone, TS Edgington
Biochemistry 33 (6), 1565-1572, 1994
The role of backbone conformational heat capacity in protein stability: Temperature dependent dynamics of the B1 domain of Streptococcal protein G
MJ Seewald, K Pichumani, C Stowell, BV Tibbals, L Regan, MJ Stone
Protein Science 9 (6), 1177-1193, 2000
Relationships between protein structure and dynamics from a database of NMR-derived backbone order parameters
JL Goodman, MD Pagel, MJ Stone
Journal of molecular biology 295 (4), 963-978, 2000
Active Monomeric and Dimeric Forms of Pseudomonas putida Glyoxalase I:  Evidence for 3D Domain Swapping
AP Saint-Jean, KR Phillips, DJ Creighton, MJ Stone
Biochemistry 37 (29), 10345-10353, 1998
Characterization of binding between the chemokine eotaxin and peptides derived from the chemokine receptor CCR3
J Ye, LL Kohli, MJ Stone
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (35), 27250-27257, 2000
NMR Solution Structure and Receptor Peptide Binding of the CC Chemokine Eotaxin-2,
KL Mayer, MJ Stone
Biochemistry 39 (29), 8382-8395, 2000
Mechanisms of regulation of the chemokine-receptor network
MJ Stone, JA Hayward, C Huang, Z E Huma, J Sanchez
International journal of molecular sciences 18 (2), 342, 2017
The structural role of receptor tyrosine sulfation in chemokine recognition
JP Ludeman, MJ Stone
British journal of pharmacology 171 (5), 1167-1179, 2014
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