Gregor Anderluh
Gregor Anderluh
Laboratory for Molecular Biology and Nanobiotechnology, National Institute of Chemistry
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TitleCited byYear
Cytolytic peptide and protein toxins from sea anemones (Anthozoa: Actiniaria)
G Anderluh, P Maček
toxicon 40 (2), 111-124, 2002
Surface plasmon resonance in protein–membrane interactions
M Beseničar, P Maček, JH Lakey, G Anderluh
Chemistry and physics of lipids 141 (1-2), 169-178, 2006
Crystal structure of the soluble form of equinatoxin II, a pore-forming toxin from the sea anemone Actinia equina
A Athanasiadis, G Anderluh, P Maček, D Turk
Structure 9 (4), 341-346, 2001
Two-step membrane binding of Equinatoxin II, a pore-forming toxin from the sea anemone, involves an exposed aromatic cluster and a flexible helix
Q Hong, I Gutiérrez-Aguirre, A Barlic, P Malovrh, K Kristan, Z Podlesek, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2002
DNA-guided assembly of biosynthetic pathways promotes improved catalytic efficiency
RJ Conrado, GC Wu, JT Boock, H Xu, SY Chen, T Lebar, J Turnšek, ...
Nucleic acids research 40 (4), 1879-1889, 2011
A common toxin fold mediates microbial attack and plant defense
C Ottmann, B Luberacki, I Küfner, W Koch, F Brunner, M Weyand, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (25), 10359-10364, 2009
Molecular determinants of sphingomyelin specificity of a eukaryotic pore-forming toxin
B Bakrač, I Gutiérrez-Aguirre, Z Podlesek, AFP Sonnen, RJC Gilbert, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (27), 18665-18677, 2008
Pore formation by equinatoxin II, an eukaryotic protein toxin, occurs by induction of non-lamellar lipid structures
G Anderluh, M Dalla Serra, G Viero, G Guella, P Macek, G Menestrina
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2003
Solution structure of the eukaryotic pore-forming cytolysin equinatoxin II: implications for pore formation1
MG Hinds, W Zhang, G Anderluh, PE Hansen, RS Norton
Journal of molecular biology 315 (5), 1219-1229, 2002
Cloning, sequencing, and expression of equinatoxin II
G Anderluh, J Pungerčar, B Štrukelj, P Maček, F Gubenšek
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 220 (2), 437-442, 1996
A novel mechanism of pore formation membrane penetration by the N-terminal amphipathic region of equinatoxin
P Malovrh, G Viero, M Dalla Serra, Z Podlesek, JH Lakey, P Maček, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (25), 22678-22685, 2003
Molecular mechanism of pore formation by actinoporins
KČ Kristan, G Viero, M Dalla Serra, P Maček, G Anderluh
Toxicon 54 (8), 1125-1134, 2009
Cysteine‐scanning mutagenesis of an eukaryotic pore‐forming toxin from sea anemone: Topology in lipid membranes
G Anderluh, A Barlič, Z Podlesek, P Maček, J Pungerčar, F Gubenšek, ...
European journal of biochemistry 263 (1), 128-136, 1999
Disparate proteins use similar architectures to damage membranes
G Anderluh, JH Lakey
Trends in biochemical sciences 33 (10), 482-490, 2008
Pore formation by equinatoxin, an eukaryotic pore-forming toxin, requires a flexible N-terminal region and a stable beta sandwich
K Kristan, Z Podlesek, V Hojnik, I Gutiérrez-Aguirre, G Guncar, D Turk, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2004
Equinatoxin II permeabilizing activity depends on the presence of sphingomyelin and lipid phase coexistence
P Schön, AJ García-Sáez, P Malovrh, K Bacia, G Anderluh, P Schwille
Biophysical journal 95 (2), 691-698, 2008
Structure-based discovery of substituted 4, 5′-bithiazoles as novel DNA gyrase inhibitors
M Brvar, A Perdih, M Renko, G Anderluh, D Turk, T Solmajer
Journal of medicinal chemistry 55 (14), 6413-6426, 2012
Toxin detection by surface plasmon resonance
V Hodnik, G Anderluh
Sensors 9 (3), 1339-1354, 2009
Properties of nonfused liposomes immobilized on an L1 Biacore chip and their permeabilization by a eukaryotic pore-forming toxin
G Anderluh, M Beseničar, A Kladnik, JH Lakey, P Maček
Analytical biochemistry 344 (1), 43-52, 2005
Structure–function studies of tryptophan mutants of equinatoxin II, a sea anemone pore-forming protein
Biochemical Journal 346 (1), 223-232, 2000
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