Nate Traaseth Lab


Traaseth Lab Publications with NYU Affiliation

53. Chen H+, Marsiglia WM+, Cho M-K, Huang Z, Deng J, Blais SP, Gai W, Bhattacharya S, Neubert TA, Traaseth NJ*, Mohammadi M* (2017) Elucidation of a four-site allosteric network in fibroblast growth factor receptor tyrosine kinases. eLife, 6, pii: e21137. doi: 10.7554/eLife.21137 [pdf] (+equal contribution)

52. Craven TW, Cho M-K, Traaseth NJ, Bonneau R, Kirshenbaum K (2016) A Miniature Protein Stabilized by a Cation-π Interaction Network Core. J Am Chem Soc, 138, 1543-50. [pdf]

51. Gayen A+, Leninger M+, Traaseth NJ (2016) Protonation of a Glutamate Residue Modulates the Dynamics of the Drug Transporter EmrE. Nature Chemical Biology, 12, 141-145. (+equal contribution). [pdf]

*Featured as cover article [link]

50. Huang Z, Marsiglia WM, Roy UB, Rahimi N, Ilghari, Wang H, Chen H, Gai W, Blais S, Neubert TA, Mansukhani A, Traaseth NJ, Li X, Mohammadi M (2016) Two FGF Receptor Kinase Molecules Act in Concert to Recruit and Transphosphorylate Phospholipase Cg. Molecular Cell, 61, 98-110. [pdf]

49. Traaseth NJ, Banigan JR, Leninger M (2015) Exploring Transporters within the Small Multidrug Resistance Family Using Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy. eMagRes, 4, 551-9. [pdf] [link to eMagRes]

48. Banigan JR, Gayen A, Cho MK, Traaseth NJ (2015) A Structured Loop Modulates Coupling Between the Substrate-Binding and Dimerization Domains in the Multidrug Resistance Transporter EmrE. J Biol Chem, 290, 805-14. [pdf]

47. Banigan JR, Gayen A, Traaseth NJ (2015) Correlating Lipid Bilayer Fluidity with Sensitivity and Resolution of Polytopic Membrane Protein Spectra by Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy. Biochim Biophys Acta, 1848, 334-41. [pdf]

46. Cho MK+, Gayen A+, Banigan JR, Leninger M, Traaseth NJ (2014) The Intrinsic Conformational Plasticity of Native EmrE Provides a Pathway for Multidrug Resistance. J Am Chem Soc, 136, 8072-80. (+equal contribution) [pdf]

45. Kushal S, Lao BB, Henchey LK, Dubey R, Mesallati H, Traaseth NJ, Olenyuk BZ, Arora PS (2013) Protein Domain Mimetics as in vivo Modulators of Hypoxia-Inducible Factor Signaling. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 110, 15602-7. [pdf]

44. Gayen A, Banigan JR, Traaseth NJ (2013) Ligand-Induced Conformational Changes of the Multidrug Resistance Transporter EmrE Probed by Oriented Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy. Angew Chemie Int Ed, 52, 10321-4. [pdf]

*Featured on back-cover [link].

43. Chen H, Huang Z, Dutta K, Blais S, Neubert TA, Li X, Cowburn D, Traaseth NJ, Mohammadi M (2013) Cracking the Molecular Origin of Intrinsic Tyrosine Kinase Activity through Pathogenic Gain-of-Function Mutations. Cell Reports, 4(2), 376-84. [pdf].

*F1000 Article Recommendation [link].

42. Banigan JR, Gayen A, Traaseth NJ (2013) Combination of 15N Reverse Labeling and Afterglow Spectroscopy for Assigning Membrane Protein Spectra by Magic-Angle-Spinning Solid-State NMR: Application to the Multidrug Resistance Protein EmrE. J Biomolec NMR, 55, 391-9. [pdf]

41. Banigan JR and Traaseth NJ (2012) Using Afterglow Magnetization from Cross-Polarization Magic-Angle-Spinning Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy to Obtain Simultaneous Heteronuclear Multidimensional Spectra. J Phys Chem B, 116, 7138-44. [pdf]

40. Traaseth NJ, Chao F.A., Masterson LR, Mangia S, Garwood M, Michaeli S, Seelig B, Veglia G (2012) Heteronuclear Adiabatic Relaxation Dispersion (HARD) for Quantitative Analysis of Conformational Dynamics in Proteins. J Magn Reson, 219, 75-82. [pdf]

39. Verardi R, Traaseth NJ, Masterson LR, Vostrikov VV, Veglia G. (2012) Isotope Labeling for Solution and Solid-state NMR Spectroscopy of Membrane Proteins. Adv Exp Med Biol, 992, 35-62. [pdf]


Publications prior to joining NYU