Publikationen von Dawafuti Sherpa

Zeitschriftenartikel (4)

Chrustowicz, J.; Sherpa, D.; Teyra, J.; Loke, M. S.; Popowicz, G. M.; Basquin, J.; Sattler, M.; Prabu, J. R.; Sidhu, S. S.; Schulman, B.: Multifaceted N-Degron Recognition and Ubiquitylation by GID/CTLH E3 Ligases. Journal of Molecular Biology 434 (2), 167347 (2022)
Sherpa, D.; Chrustowicz, J.; Qiao, S.; Langlois, C. R.; Hehl, L. A.; Gottemukkala, K. V.; Hansen, F. M.; Karayel, O.; von Gronau, S.; Prabu, J. R. et al.; Mann, M.; Alpi, A. F.; Schulman, B. A.: GID E3 ligase supramolecular chelate assembly configures multipronged ubiquitin targeting of an oligomeric metabolic enzyme. Molecular Cell 81 (11), S. 2445 - 2459.e13 (2021)
Qiao, S.; Langlois, C. R.; Chrustowicz, J.; Sherpa, D.; Karayel, O.; Hansen, F. M.; Beier, V.; von Gronau, S.; Bollschweiler, D.; Schäfer, T. et al.; Alpi, A. F.; Mann, M.; Prabu, J. R.; Schulman, B.: Interconversion between Anticipatory and Active GID E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Conformations via Metabolically Driven Substrate Receptor Assembly. MOLECULAR CELL 77 (1), S. 150 - 163.e9 (2020)
Wilfling, F.; Lee, C.-W.; Erdmann, P. S.; Zheng, Y.; Sherpa, D.; Jentsch, S.; Pfander, B.; Schulman, B. A.; Baumeister, W.: A Selective Autophagy Pathway for Phase-Separated Endocytic Protein Deposits. Molecular Cell 80 (5), S. 764 - 778.e7 (2020)

Meeting Abstract (1)

Meeting Abstract
Langlois, C. R.; Qiao, S.; Sherpa, D.; Chrustowicz, J.; Beier, V.; Karayel, O.; Schulman, B.: The GID E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Converts Between Anticipatory and Active States Through the Incorporation of Swappable Substrate Receptors. In The FASEB Journal, 34, S. 1 - 1. Annual Meeting on Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, 04. April 2020 - 07. April 2020. The Federation, Bethesda, Md. (2020)

Hochschulschrift - Master (1)

Hochschulschrift - Master
Sherpa, D.: Structural and functional characterization of novel E3 ubiquitin ligase, focusing on Proline/N-end rule pathway. Master, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Dep. of Cell and Developmental Biology, München (2018)
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