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Gino Cingolani, PhD

Contact Dr. Cingolani

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

(215) 503-4573
(215) 923-2117 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Structure-based screen identifies a potent small molecule inhibitor of Stat5a/b with therapeutic potential for prostate cancer and chronic myeloid leukemia
  2. IPO3-mediated nonclassical nuclear import of NF-κB essential modulator (NEMO) drives DNA damage-dependent NF-κB activation
  3. Architecture of the Complex Formed by Large and Small Terminase Subunits from Bacteriophage P22
  4. Dimeric quaternary structure of human laforin
  5. Diversification of importin-α isoforms in cellular trafficking and
  6. Distinctive Properties of the Nuclear Localization Signals of Inner Nuclear Membrane Proteins Heh1 and Heh2
  7. Molecular determinants for nuclear import of influenza A PB2 by importin α isoforms 3 and 7
  8. The tuberculosis necrotizing toxin kills macrophages by hydrolyzing NAD
  9. Conservation of inner nuclear membrane targeting sequences in mammalian Pom121 and yeast Heh2 membrane proteins
  10. Structure of human PIR1, an atypical dual-specificity phosphatase
  11. Jamming up the "β-staple": Regulation of SIRT1 activity by its C-terminal regulatory segment (CTR)
  12. Exploring the atomic structure and conformational flexibility of a 320 Å long engineered viral fiber using X-ray crystallography
  13. Coordination of the filament stabilizing versus destabilizing activities of cofilin through its secondary binding site on actin
  14. The p53-induced factor Ei24 inhibits nuclear import through an importin β-binding-like domain
  15. Architecture of viral genome-delivery molecular machines
  16. Structural basis of allosteric interactions among Ca2+-binding sites in a K+ channel RCK domain.
  17. The Tip of the Tail Needle Affects the Rate of DNA Delivery by Bacteriophage P22
  18. Atomic structure of dual-specificity phosphatase 26, a novel p53 phosphatase
  19. Crystal structure of a Ba2+-bound gating ring reveals elementary steps in RCK domain activation
  20. Improved crystallization of Escherichia coli ATP synthase catalytic complex (F1) by introducing a phosphomimetic mutation in subunit €