PoPPI Outputs

The following is a list of papers published as part of the programme.

Wolter, M., de Vink, P., Neves, J.F., Srdanovic, S., Higuchi, Y.,  Kato, N., Wilson, A.J., Landrieu, I., Brunsveld, L., & Ottmann, C. (2020) Selectivity via Cooperativity: Preferential Stabilization of the p65/14-3-3 interaction with Semi-Synthetic Natural Products., J. Am. Chem. Soc., https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.0c02151

Green, A., Hobor, F., Tinworth, C., Warriner, S., Wilson, A.J., & Nelson, A. (2020) Activity‐directed synthesis of inhibitors of the p53/hDM2 protein‐protein interaction, Chem.Eur., https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.202002153

Hegedüs, Z., Hobor, F., Shoemark, D.K., Celis, S., Lian, L., Trinh, C., Sessions, R., Edwards, T. & Wilson, A.J. (2020) Identification of β-Strand Mediated Protein-Protein Interaction Inhibitors Using Ligand-Directed Fragment Ligation, ChemRxiv, Preprint, https://doi.org/10.26434/chemrxiv.12429569.v1

Hetherington, K., Hegedus, Z., Edwards, T.A., Sessions, R.B., Nelson, A., Wilson, A.J. (2020) Stapled Peptides as HIF‐1α/p300 Inhibitors: Helicity Enhancement in the Bound State Increases Inhibitory Potency, Chemistry: A European Journal, https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.202000417.

Lindsey-Crosthwait, A., Rodriguez-Lema, D., Walko, M., Pask, C. and Wilson, A.J. (2020) Structural optimization of reversible dibromomaleimide peptide stapling, Peptide Science, doi: 10.1002/pep2.24157.

Wood, C.W., Ibarra, A.A., Bartlett, G.J., Wilson, A.J., Woolfson, D.N., Sessions, R.B. (2020) BAlaS: fast, interactive and accessible computational alanine-scanning using BudeAlaScan, Bioinformatics, btaa026, https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btaa026.

Ibarra, A.,  Bartlett, G.J., Hegedus, Z., Dutt, S., Hobor, F.,  Horner, K., Hetherington, K., Spence, K., Nelson, A., Edwards, T.A., Woolfson, D.N., Sessions, R., Wilson, A.J. (2019) Predicting and Experimentally Validating Hot-Spot Residues at Protein-Protein Interfaces, ACS Chem. Biol., 14, 10, 2252–2263.

Miles, J.A., Hobor, F., Taylor, J., Tiede, C., Rowell, P.R., Trinh, C.H.,  Jackson, B., Nadat, F., Kyle, H.F., Wicky, B.I.M., Clarke, J., Tomlinson, D.C., Wilson, A.J., Edwards, T.A. (2019) Selective Affimers Recognize BCL-2 Family Proteins Through Non-Canonical Structural Motifs, bioRxiv, 651364.

Beard, H.A., George, R.M., Wilson, A.J., Bon, R.S. (2019) Photocatalytic Proximity Labelling of MCL-1 by a BH3 Ligand, Commun. Chem. 2133, doi:10.1038/s42004-019-0235-z

Bunce, S.J., Wang, Y., Stewart, K.L., Ashcroft, A.E., Radford, S.E., Hall, C.K., Wilson, A.J (2019) Molecular Insights into the surface catalyzed secondary nucleation of Amyloid-β40 (Aβ40) by the peptide fragment Aβ16-22, Sci. Adv., 5, eaav8216.

Wang, Y., Bunce, S., Radford, S.E., Wilson, A.J., Auer, S., Hall, C.K. (2019) Thermodynamic Phase Diagram of Amyloid-β (16-22) Peptide, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 116, 2091-2096.

Hegedus, Z., Grison, C. M.,  Miles, J.A., Rodriguez-Marin, S., Warriner, S.L., Webb, M.E., Wilson, A.J. (2019) A Catalytic Protein–Proteomimetic Complex: Using Aromatic Oligoamide Foldamers as Activators of RNase S, Chem. Sci., 10, 3956-3962.

Bakail, M., Rodriguez-Marin, S., Hegedüs, Z., Perrin, M.E., Ochsenbein, F., Wilson, A.J. (2019) Recognition of ASF1 Using Hydrocarbon Constrained Peptides, ChemBioChem, 20, 891-895.

Dos Santos Rodrigues, F.H.,  Firczuk, H., Breeze, A.L., Cameron, A.D., Walko, M.,  Wilson, A.J.,  Zanchin, N.I.T., McCarthy, J.E.G. (2019) The Leishmania PABP1–eIF4E4 interface: a novel 5′–3′ interaction architecture for trans-spliced mRNAs. Nucleic Acids Res., 47, 1493-1504.

Horne, M., Walko, A. N., Calabrese, M. A., Levenstein, D. J., Brockwell, N., Kapur, A. J. Wilson, Radford, S.E. (2018) Rapid Mapping of Protein Interactions Using Tag-Transfer Photocrosslinkers. Angew. Chemie. Int. Ed., 57, 16688–16692.

Fletcher, J.M., Horner, K.A., Bartlett, G.J., Rhys, G.G., Wilson, A.J., Woolfson, D.N. (2018) De novo coiled-coil peptides as scaffolds for disrupting protein–protein interactions. Chem. Sci., 9, 7656-7665.

Hewitt, S.H. & Wilson, A.J. (2018) Generation of Dynamic Combinatorial Libraries Using Hydrazone Functionalized Surface Mimetics. Eur. J. Org. Chem, 1872-1879.

Hewitt, S.H. & Wilson, A.J. (2017) Protein Sensing and Discrimination Using High Functionalised Ruthenium (II) tris(Bipyridyl) Protein Surface Mimetics in an Array Format. Chem. Commun. 53, 12278-12281.

Previously papers from the Investigators on this programme can be found here, and key papers in the field are here.