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Structure and molecular assignment of lactococcal phage TP901-1 baseplate.

The Journal of biological chemistry, December 10, 2010, Vol.285(50), pp.39079-39086 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Crystal structure of bacteriophage SPP1 distal tail protein (gp19.1): a baseplate hub paradigm in gram-positive infecting phages.

The Journal of biological chemistry, November 19, 2010, Vol.285(47), pp.36666-36673 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Crystal structure of Bacillus subtilis SPP1 phage gp22 shares fold similarity with a domain of lactococcal phage p2 RBP

Protein Science, Jul 2010, Vol.19(7), pp.1439-43 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Production and biophysical characterization of the CorA transporter from Methanosarcina mazei

Analytical Biochemistry, 2009, Vol.388(1), pp.115-121 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Crystal structure of Bacillus subtilis SPP1 phage gp23.1, a putative chaperone

Protein Science, Sep 2010, Vol.19(9), pp.1812-6 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The opening of the SPP1 bacteriophage tail, a prevalent mechanism in Gram-positive-infecting siphophages.

The Journal of biological chemistry, July 15, 2011, Vol.286(28), pp.25397-25405 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Crystal structure and function of a DARPin neutralizing inhibitor of lactococcal phage TP901-1: comparison of DARPin and camelid VHH binding mode.

The Journal of biological chemistry, October 30, 2009, Vol.284(44), pp.30718-30726 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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There is a baby in the bath water: AcrB contamination is a major problem in membrane-protein crystallization.

Acta crystallographica. Section F, Structural biology and crystallization communications, October 1, 2008, Vol.64, pp.880-885 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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  1. Cambillau, Christian
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  4. Cambillau, C.
  5. Campanacci, Valérie

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