Robert D. Willows
Robert D. Willows
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The Chlamydomonas genome reveals the evolution of key animal and plant functions
SS Merchant, SE Prochnik, O Vallon, EH Harris, SJ Karpowicz, ...
Science 318 (5848), 245-250, 2007
A red-shifted chlorophyll
M Chen, M Schliep, RD Willows, ZL Cai, BA Neilan, H Scheer
Science 329 (5997), 1318-1319, 2010
Mechanism and regulation of Mg-chelatase
Biochemical Journal 327 (2), 321-333, 1997
Magnesium-protoporphyrin chelatase of Rhodobacter sphaeroides: reconstitution of activity by combining the products of the bchH,-I, and-D genes expressed in Escherichia coli
LC Gibson, RD Willows, CG Kannangara, D von Wettstein, CN Hunter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (6), 1941-1944, 1995
Interplay between an AAA module and an integrin I domain may regulate the function of magnesium chelatase
MN Fodje, A Hansson, M Hansson, JG Olsen, S Gough, RD Willows, ...
Journal of molecular biology 311 (1), 111-122, 2001
Phytobilin biosynthesis: cloning and expression of a gene encoding soluble ferredoxin‐dependent heme oxygenase from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
J Cornejo, RD Willows, SI Beale
The Plant Journal 15 (1), 99-107, 1998
Structural genes for Mg-chelatase subunits in barley: Xantha-f,-g and-h
PE Jensen, BL Petersen, BM Stummann, KW Henningsen, RD Willows, ...
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 250 (4), 383-394, 1996
Three Separate Proteins Constitute the Magnesium Chelatase of Rhodobacter Sphaeroides
RD Willows, LCD Gibson, CG Kanangara, CN Hunter, D Von Wettstein
European journal of biochemistry 235 (1‐2), 438-443, 1996
Biosynthesis of chlorophylls from protoporphyrin IX
RD Willows
Natural product reports 20 (3), 327-341, 2003
A cyanobacterium that contains chlorophyll f – a red‐absorbing photopigment
M Chen, Y Li, D Birch, RD Willows
FEBS letters 586 (19), 3249-3254, 2012
Extinction coefficient for red-shifted chlorophylls: chlorophyll d and chlorophyll f
Y Li, N Scales, RE Blankenship, RD Willows, M Chen
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1817 (8), 1292-1298, 2012
Strategic distribution of protective proteins within bran layers of wheat protects the nutrient-rich endosperm
A Jerkovic, AM Kriegel, JR Bradner, BJ Atwell, TH Roberts, RD Willows
Plant physiology 152 (3), 1459-1470, 2010
Three semidominant barley mutants with single amino acid substitutions in the smallest magnesium chelatase subunit form defective AAA+ hexamers
A Hansson, RD Willows, TH Roberts, M Hansson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (21), 13944-13949, 2002
Heterologous expression of the Rhodobacter capsulatus BchI,-D, and-H genes that encode magnesium chelatase subunits and characterization of the reconstituted enzyme
RD Willows, SI Beale
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273 (51), 34206-34213, 1998
ATP-induced conformational dynamics in the AAA+ motor unit of magnesium chelatase
J Lundqvist, H Elmlund, RP Wulff, L Berglund, D Elmlund, C Emanuelsson, ...
Structure 18 (3), 354-365, 2010
Mammalian forebrain ketimine reductase identified as μ‐crystallin; potential regulation by thyroid hormones
A Hallen, AJL Cooper, JF Jamie, PA Haynes, RD Willows
Journal of neurochemistry 118 (3), 379-387, 2011
EM single particle analysis of the ATP-dependent BchI complex of magnesium chelatase: an AAA+ hexamer
RD Willows, A Hansson, D Birch, S Al-Karadaghi, M Hansson
Journal of structural biology 146 (1-2), 227-233, 2004
18O labeling of chlorophyll d in Acaryochloris marina reveals that chlorophyll a and molecular oxygen are precursors
M Schliep, B Crossett, RD Willows, M Chen
Journal of Biological Chemistry 285 (37), 28450-28456, 2010
Substrate-binding model of the chlorophyll biosynthetic magnesium chelatase BchH subunit
N Sirijovski, J Lundqvist, M Rosenbäck, H Elmlund, S Al-Karadaghi, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (17), 11652-11660, 2008
Recessiveness and dominance in barley mutants deficient in Mg-chelatase subunit D, an AAA protein involved in chlorophyll biosynthesis
E Axelsson, J Lundqvist, A Sawicki, S Nilsson, I Schröder, S Al-Karadaghi, ...
The Plant Cell 18 (12), 3606-3616, 2006
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