The Musser Lab

  at the Texas A&M Health Science Center, College of Medicine


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32) Musser, S. M. and Grunwald, D. (2016) "Deciphering the Structure and Function of Nuclear Pores using Single Molecule Fluorescence Approaches," J. Mol. Biol., 428:2091-2119. Link PDF

31) Bageshwar, U. K., VerPlank, L., Baker, D., Dong, W., Hamsanathan, S., Whitaker, N., Sacchettini, J. C. and Musser, S. M. (2016) "High Throughput Screen for Escherichia coli Twin Arginine Translocation (Tat) Inhibitors," PLOS ONE, 11(2):e0149659. PDF

30) Tu, L., Fu, G., Zilman, A., and Musser, S. M. (2013) "Large Cargo Transport by Nuclear Pores:  Implications for the Spatial Organization of FG-Nucleoporins," EMBO J., 32:3220-3230. Abstract

29) Sun, C., Fu, G., Ciziene, D., Stewart, M. and Musser, S. M. (2013) "Choreography of Importin-Alpha/CAS Complex Assembly and Disassembly at Nuclear Pores," Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 110:E1584-E1593. PDF

28) Whitaker, N., Bageshwar, U. K. and Musser, S. M. (2013) "Effect of Cargo Size and Shape on the Transport Efficiency of the Bacterial Tat Translocase,"  FEBS Lett., 587:912-916.

27) Liang, F.-C., Bageshwar, U. K. and Musser, S. M. (2012) "Position-Dependent Effects of Poly-Lysine on Sec Protein Transport," J. Biol. Chem., 287:12703-12714. Abstract

26) Whitaker, N., Bageshwar, U. K. and Musser, S. M. (2012) "Kinetics of Precursor Interactions with the Bacterial Tat Translocase Detected by Real-time FRET," J. Biol. Chem., 287:11252-11260. Abstract

25) Tu, L.-C. and Musser, S. M. (2011) "Single Molecule Studies of Nucleocytoplasmic Transport," Biochim. Biophys. Acta Mol. Cell Res., 1813:1607-1618.

24) Bageshwar, U. K., Whitaker, N., Liang, F.-C., and Musser, S. M. (2009)  "Interconvertibility of Lipid- and Translocon-bound Forms of the Bacterial Tat Precursor pre-SufI," Mol. Microbiol., 74:209-226.  PDF available upon request.

23) Liang, F.-C., Bageshwar, U. K., and Musser, S. M. (2009) "Bacterial Sec Protein Transport is Rate-limited by Precursor Length: a Single Turnover Study," Mol. Biol. Cell, 20:4256-4266. PDF Supplementary Material ASCB http://www.molbiolcell.org/cgi/content/abstract/20/19/4256

22) Sun, C., Yang, W., Tu, L.-C. and Musser, S. M. (2008) "Single Molecule Measurements of Importin Alpha/Cargo Complex Dissociation at the Nuclear Pore," Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 105:8613-8618. PDF Supplementary Material (see also Movies)

21) Bageshwar, U. K. and Musser, S. M. (2007) "Two Electrical Potential-Dependent Steps are Required for Transport by the Escherichia coli Tat Machinery," J. Cell Biol., 179:87-99. PDF Supplementary Material

20) Hamai, C., Cremer, P. S., and Musser, S. M. (2007) "Single Giant Vesicle Rupture Events Reveal Multiple Mechanisms of Glass-Supported Bilayer Formation," Biophys. J. 92:1988-1999. PDF Supplementary Material (see also Movies)

19) Yang, W., and Musser, S. M. (2006) "Nuclear Import Time and Transport Efficiency Depend on Importin Beta Concentration," J. Cell Biol. 174:951-961. PDF Supplementary Material (see also Movies)

18) Yang, W., and Musser, S. M.  (2006) "Visualizing Single Molecules Transiting through Nuclear Pore Complexes with Narrow-Field Epifluorescence Microscopy" Methods 39:316-328. PDF

17) Hamai, C.,Yang, T., Kataoka, S., Cremer, P. S. and Musser, S. M. (2006) "Effect of Average Phospholipid Curvature on Supported Bilayer Formation on Glass by Vesicle Fusion" Biophys. J. 90:1241-1248. PDF

16) Yang, W., Gelles, J. and Musser, S. M. (2004) "Imaging of Single-Molecule Translocation through Nuclear Pore Complexes" Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101:12887-12892. PDF (see also Movies)

15) Musser, S. M. and Theg, S. M. (2000) "Proton Transfer Limits Protein Translocation Rate by the Thylakoid ∆pH/Tat Machinery" Biochemistry 39:8228-8233. PDF

14) Musser, S. M. and Theg, S. M. (2000) "Characterization of the Early Steps of OE17 Precursor Transport by the Thylakoid ∆pH/Tat Machinery" Eur. J. Biochem. 267:2588-2598. PDF

13) Musser, S. M. and Chan, S. I. (1998) "Evolution of the Cytochrome c Oxidase Proton Pump" J. Mol. Evol. 46:508-520. PDF

12) Osborne, J. P., Musser, S. M., Schultz, B. E.,  Edmondson, D. E., Chan, S. I. and Gennis, R. B. (1998) "Rapid Formation of a Semiquinone Species on Oxidation of Quinol by the Cytochrome bo3 Oxidase Complex" in Oxygen Homeostasis and Its Dynamics, Ishimura, Y., Shimada, H. and Suematsu, M., eds. (Springer-Verlag, Tokyo), pp. 33-39.

11) Musser, S. M., Stowell, M. H. B., Lee, H. K., Rumbley, J. N. and Chan, S. I. (1997) "Uncompetitive Substrate Inhibition and Noncompetitive Inhibition by 5-n-Undecyl-6-hydroxy-4,7-dioxobenzothiazole (UHDBT) and 2-n-Nonyl-4-hydroxyquinoline-N-oxide (NQNO) is Observed for the Cytochrome bo3 Complex: Implications for a Q(H2) loop Proton Translocation Mechanism" Biochemistry 36:894-902. PDF

10) Musser, S. M., Fann, Y.-C., Hoffman, B. M. and Chan, S. I. (1997) "Q-band Electron-nuclear Double Resonance (ENDOR) and X-band EPR of Sulfobetaine-12 Heat-treated Cytochrome c Oxidase Complex" J. Biol. Chem. 272:203-209. PDF

9) Kwong, D. W. J., Chan, O. Y., Wong, R. N. S., Musser, S. M., Vaca, L. and Chan, S. I. (1997) "DNA-Photocleavage Activities of Vanadium(V)-Peroxo Complexes" Inorg. Chem. 36:1276-1277. PDF

8) Musser, S. M., Stowell, M. H. B. and Chan, S. I. (1995) "The Cytochrome c Oxidase Complex: Chemistry of a Molecular Machine" in Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular Biology, Volume 71, Meister, A., ed. (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York), pp. 79-208.

7) Musser, S. M. and Chan, S. I. (1995) "Understanding the Cytochrome c Oxidase Proton Pump: The Thermodynamics of Redox Linkage" Biophys. J. 68:2543-2555. PDF

6) Musser, S. M., Stowell, M. H. B. and Chan, S. I. (1993) "Commentary Response: Further Comparison of Ubiquinol and Cytochrome c Terminal Oxidases" FEBS Lett. 335:296-298. PDF  Erratum for this article: (1994) FEBS Lett. 339:314. PDF

5) Musser, S. M., Larsen, R. W. and Chan, S. I. (1993) "Fluorescence Quenching of Reconstituted NCD-4 Labeled Cytochrome c Oxidase Complex by DOXYL-Stearic Acids" Biophys. J. 65:2348-2359. PDF

4) Gurbiel, R. J., Fann, Y.-C., Surerus, K. K., Werst, M. M., Musser, S. M., Doan, P. E., Chan, S. I., Fee, J. A., and Hoffman, B. M. (1993) "Detection of Two Histidyl Ligands to CuA of Cytochrome Oxidase by 35 GHz ENDOR: 14,15N and 63,65Cu ENDOR Studies of the CuA Site in Bovine Heart Cytochrome aa3 and Cytochromes caa3 and ba3 from Thermus thermophilus" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 115:10888-10894. PDF

3) Musser, S. M., Stowell, M. H. B. and Chan, S. I. (1993) "Comparison of Ubiquinol and Cytochrome c Terminal Oxidases: An Alternative View" FEBS Lett. 327:131-136. PDF

2) Larsen, R. W., Pan, L.-P., Musser, S. M., Li., Z. and Chan, S. I. (1992) "Could CuB be the Site of Redox Linkage in Cytochrome c Oxidase?" Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 89:723-727. PDF

1) Larsen, R. W., Nunez, D. J., MacLeod, J., Shiemke, A. K., Musser, S. M., Nguyen, H. H., Ondrias, M. R. and Chan, S. I. (1992) "Spectroscopic Characterization of Heme A Reconstituted Myoglobin" J. Inorg. Biochem. 48:21-31. PDF