Timothy D Craggs
Timothy D Craggs
Lecturer in Chemical Biology, University of Sheffield
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Phase transition of a disordered nuage protein generates environmentally responsive membraneless organelles
TJ Nott, E Petsalaki, P Farber, D Jervis, E Fussner, A Plochowietz, ...
Molecular cell 57 (5), 936-947, 2015
Green fluorescent protein: structure, folding and chromophore maturation
TD Craggs
Chemical Society Reviews 38 (10), 2865-2875, 2009
Membraneless organelles can melt nucleic acid duplexes and act as biomolecular filters
TJ Nott, TD Craggs, AJ Baldwin
Nature chemistry 8 (6), 569-575, 2016
Precision and accuracy of single-molecule FRET measurements—a multi-laboratory benchmark study
B Hellenkamp, S Schmid, O Doroshenko, O Opanasyuk, R Kühnemuth, ...
Nature methods 15 (9), 669-676, 2018
Alternating-laser excitation: single-molecule FRET and beyond
J Hohlbein, TD Craggs, T Cordes
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (4), 1156-1171, 2014
Stable intermediate states and high energy barriers in the unfolding of GFP
J Huang, TD Craggs, J Christodoulou, SE Jackson
Journal of molecular biology 370 (2), 356-371, 2007
The transcription bubble of the RNA polymerase–promoter open complex exhibits conformational heterogeneity and millisecond-scale dynamics: implications for transcription start …
NC Robb, T Cordes, LC Hwang, K Gryte, D Duchi, TD Craggs, Y Santoso, ...
Journal of molecular biology 425 (5), 875-885, 2013
Conformational landscapes of DNA polymerase I and mutator derivatives establish fidelity checkpoints for nucleotide insertion
J Hohlbein, L Aigrain, TD Craggs, O Bermek, O Potapova, P Shoolizadeh, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-11, 2013
19F NMR studies of the native and denatured states of green fluorescent protein
F Khan, I Kuprov, TD Craggs, PJ Hore, SE Jackson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (33), 10729-10737, 2006
Evidence of an intermediate and parallel pathways in protein unfolding from single-molecule fluorescence
A Orte, TD Craggs, SS White, SE Jackson, D Klenerman
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (25), 7898-7907, 2008
Understanding the folding of GFP using biophysical techniques
SE Jackson, TD Craggs, J Huang
Expert review of proteomics 3 (5), 545-559, 2006
Single-molecule characterization of Fen1 and Fen1/PCNA complexes acting on flap substrates
TD Craggs, RD Hutton, A Brenlla, MF White, JC Penedo
Nucleic Acids Research 42 (3), 1857-1872, 2014
The structural basis for dynamic DNA binding and bridging interactions which condense the bacterial centromere
GLM Fisher, CL Pastrana, VA Higman, A Koh, JA Taylor, A Butterer, ...
Elife 6, e28086, 2017
Real-time single-molecule studies of the motions of DNA polymerase fingers illuminate DNA synthesis mechanisms
GW Evans, J Hohlbein, T Craggs, L Aigrain, AN Kapanidis
Nucleic acids research 43 (12), 5998-6008, 2015
Substrate conformational dynamics facilitate structure-specific recognition of gapped DNA by DNA polymerase
TD Craggs, M Sustarsic, A Plochowietz, M Mosayebi, H Kaju, A Cuthbert, ...
Nucleic acids research 47 (20), 10788-10800, 2019
Functional studies of DNA-protein interactions using FRET techniques
S Blouin, TD Craggs, DA Lafontaine, JC Penedo
DNA-Protein Interactions, 475-502, 2009
PCNA and XPF cooperate to distort DNA substrates
RD Hutton, TD Craggs, MF White, JC Penedo
Nucleic acids research 38 (5), 1664-1675, 2010
Six steps closer to FRET-driven structural biology
TD Craggs, AN Kapanidis
nature methods 9 (12), 1157-1158, 2012
DNA and protein requirements for substrate conformational changes necessary for human flap endonuclease-1-catalyzed reaction
SI Algasaier, JC Exell, IA Bennet, MJ Thompson, VJB Gotham, SJ Shaw, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 291 (15), 8258-8268, 2016
Spin relaxation effects in photochemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization spectroscopy of nuclei with strongly anisotropic hyperfine couplings
I Kuprov, TD Craggs, SE Jackson, PJ Hore
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (29), 9004-9013, 2007
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