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Anshul Bhardwaj, PhD

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233 S. 10th Street
822 BLSB
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-4587

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Distinctive Properties of the Nuclear Localization Signals of Inner Nuclear Membrane Proteins Heh1 and Heh2
  2. An α-helical core encodes the dual functions of the chlamydial protein IncA
  3. Exploring the atomic structure and conformational flexibility of a 320 Å long engineered viral fiber using X-ray crystallography
  4. Architecture of viral genome-delivery molecular machines
  5. The Tip of the Tail Needle Affects the Rate of DNA Delivery by Bacteriophage P22
  6. Engineering and characterization of the chimeric antibody that targets the c-terminal telopeptide of the α2 chain of human collagen I: A next step in the quest to reduce localized fibrosis
  7. Atomic structure of dual-specificity phosphatase 26, a novel p53 phosphatase
  8. Small terminase couples viral DNA binding to genome-packaging ATPase activity
  9. Atomic structure of bacteriophage Sf6 tail needle knob
  10. A minimal Nuclear Localization Signal (NLS) in human phospholipid scramblase 4 that binds only the Minor NLS-binding site of importin α1
  11. Crystallization of the nonameric small terminase subunit of bacteriophage P22
  12. Conformational selection in the recognition of the snurportin importin β binding domain by importin β
  13. The importin β binding domain modulates the avidity of importin β for the nuclear pore complex
  14. An Evolutionarily Conserved Family of Virion Tail Needles Related to Bacteriophage P22 gp26: Correlation between Structural Stability and Length of the α-Helical Trimeric Coiled Coil
  15. Foldon-guided self-assembly of ultra-stable protein fibers
  16. Domain Organization and Polarity of Tail Needle GP26 in the Portal Vertex Structure of Bacteriophage P22
  17. Role of gene 10 protein in the hierarchical assembly of the bacteriophage P22 portal vertex structure
  18. Conformation and stability of the Streptococcus pyogenes pSM19035-encoded site-specific β recombinase, and identification of a folding intermediate