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2017Mechanisms governing precise protein biotinylationSternicki, L.; Wegener, K.; Bruning, J.; Booker, G.; Polyak, S.
2018Biotin-mediated growth and gene expression in Staphylococcus aureus is highly responsive to environmental biotinSatiaputra, J.; Eijkelkamp, B.; McDevitt, C.; Shearwin, K.; Booker, G.; Polyak, S.
2015Mechanisms of biotin transportAzhar, A.; Booker, G.; Polyak, S.
2014Dual roles of F123 in protein homodimerization and inhibitor binding to biotin protein ligase from Staphylococcus aureusSoares da Costa, T.; Yap, M.; Perugini, M.; Wallace, J.; Abell, A.; Wilce, M.; Polyak, S.; Booker, G.
20125-Benzylidenerhodanine and 5-benzylidene-2-4-thiazolidinedione based antibacterialsZvarec, O.; Polyak, S.; Tieu, W.; Kuan, K.; Dai, H.; Pedersen, D.; Morona, R.; Zhang, L.; Booker, G.; Abell, A.
2014Heterocyclic acyl-phosphate bioisostere-based inhibitors of Staphylococcus aureus biotin protein ligaseTieu, W.; Jarrad, A.; Paparella, A.; Keeling, K.; Soares da Costa, T.; Wallace, J.; Booker, G.; Polyak, S.; Abell, A.
2012Selective inhibition of biotin protein ligase from Staphylococcus aureusSoares da Costa, T.; Tieu, W.; Yap, M.; Pendini, N.; Polyak, S.; Pedersen, D.; Morona, R.; Turnidge, J.; Wallace, J.; Wilce, M.; Booker, G.; Abell, A.
2012Biotin analogues with antibacterial activity are potent inhibitors of biotin protein ligaseSoares da Costa, T.; Tieu, W.; Yap, M.; Zvarec, O.; Bell, J.; Turnidge, J.; Wallace, J.; Booker, G.; Wilce, M.; Abell, A.; Polyak, S.
2016Biotin protein ligase is a target for new antibacterialsFeng, J.; Paparella, A.; Booker, G.; Polyak, S.; Abell, A.
2010Alternative modes of GM-CSF receptor activation revealed using activated mutants of the common β-subunitPerugini, M.; Brown, A.; Salerno, D.; Booker, G.; Stojkoski, C.; Hercus, T.; Lopez, A.; Hibbs, M.; Gonda, T.; D'Andrea, R.