Shahar Sukenik
Shahar Sukenik
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UC Merced
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Phase separation of YAP reorganizes genome topology for long-term YAP target gene expression
D Cai, D Feliciano, P Dong, E Flores, M Gruebele, N Porat-Shliom, ...
Nature cell biology 21 (12), 1578-1589, 2019
A prion-like protein regulator of seed germination undergoes hydration-dependent phase separation
Y Dorone, S Boeynaems, E Flores, B Jin, S Hateley, F Bossi, E Lazarus, ...
Cell 184 (16), 4284-4298. e27, 2021
Weak protein–protein interactions in live cells are quantified by cell-volume modulation
S Sukenik, P Ren, M Gruebele
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (26), 6776-6781, 2017
Balance of enthalpy and entropy in depletion forces
S Sukenik, L Sapir, D Harries
Current opinion in colloid & interface science 18 (6), 495-501, 2013
Globular protein folding in vitro and in vivo
M Gruebele, K Dave, S Sukenik
Annual review of biophysics 45 (1), 233-251, 2016
Diversity in the mechanisms of cosolute action on biomolecular processes
S Sukenik, L Sapir, R Politi, D Harries
Faraday Discussions, 2012
Intrinsically disordered protein biosensor tracks the physical-chemical effects of osmotic stress on cells
CL Cuevas-Velazquez, T Vellosillo, K Guadalupe, HB Schmidt, F Yu, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 5438, 2021
Crowding alone cannot account for cosolute effect on amyloid aggregation
S Sukenik, R Politi, L Ziserman, D Danino, A Friedler, D Harries
PloS one 6 (1), e15608, 2011
How does solvation in the cell affect protein folding and binding?
CM Davis, M Gruebele, S Sukenik
Current opinion in structural biology 48, 23-29, 2018
Revealing the hidden sensitivity of intrinsically disordered proteins to their chemical environment
D Moses, F Yu, GM Ginell, NM Shamoon, PS Koenig, AS Holehouse, ...
The journal of physical chemistry letters 11 (23), 10131-10136, 2020
In-cell titration of small solutes controls protein stability and aggregation
S Sukenik, M Salam, Y Wang, M Gruebele
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (33), 10497-10503, 2018
Controlling structural bias in intrinsically disordered proteins using solution space scanning
AS Holehouse, S Sukenik
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 16 (3), 1794-1805, 2020
TMAO mediates effective attraction between lipid membranes by partitioning unevenly between bulk and lipid domains
S Sukenik, S Dunsky, A Barnoy, I Shumilin, D Harries
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 (44), 29862-29871, 2017
Specific recognition of p53 tetramers by peptides derived from p53 interacting proteins
R Gabizon, T Brandt, S Sukenik, N Lahav, M Lebendiker, DE Shalev, ...
PLoS One 7 (5), e38060, 2012
Insights into the disparate action of osmolytes and macromolecular crowders on amyloid formation
S Sukenik, D Harries
Prion 6 (1), 0--1, 2012
Mechanism of the Interaction between the Intrinsically Disordered C-Terminus of the Pro-Apoptotic ARTS Protein and the Bir3 Domain of XIAP
TH Reingewertz, DE Shalev, S Sukenik, O Blatt, S Rotem-Bamberger, ...
PloS one 6 (9), e24655, 2011
Cell volume controls protein stability and compactness of the unfolded state
Y Wang, S Sukenik, CM Davis, M Gruebele
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122 (49), 11762-11770, 2018
Mapping fast protein folding with multiple-site fluorescent probes
MB Prigozhin, SH Chao, S Sukenik, TV Pogorelov, M Gruebele
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (26), 7966-7971, 2015
Intrinsically disordered regions are poised to act as sensors of cellular chemistry
D Moses, GM Ginell, AS Holehouse, S Sukenik
Trends in biochemical sciences, 2023
Structural biases in disordered proteins are prevalent in the cell
D Moses, K Guadalupe, F Yu, E Flores, AR Perez, R McAnelly, ...
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 31 (2), 283-292, 2024
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