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'''Sehat Nauli'''
UCLA Institute of Genomics and Proteomics
UCLA Institute of Genomics and Proteomics

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Contact Info

Sehat Nauli

UCLA Institute of Genomics and Proteomics

Bowie Lab

Boyer Hall

611 Charles E Young East

Los Angeles, CA 90095

Email: sehat@ucla.edu

Bowie Lab at UC Los Angeles

Education

  • 2003, PhD Biochemistry, University of Washington, Seattle
  • 1998, BS Biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles

Research Interests

  1. Protein Design and Crystallization Modules
  2. Membrane Protein Structures and Mechanism
  3. Chemical Biology

Publications

  • Nauli S, Kuhlman B, Le Trong I, Stenkamp RE, Teller D, Baker D. Crystal structures and increased stabilization of the protein G variants with switched folding pathways NuG1 and NuG2. Protein Sci., 11(12):2924-31 PMID 12441390
  • Krantz BA, Srivastava AK, Nauli S, Baker D, Sauer RT, Sosnick TR. Understanding protein hydrogen bond formation with kinetic H/D amide isotope effects. Nat Struct Biol. 9(6):458-63 PMID 11979278
  • Nauli S, Kuhlman B, Baker D. Computer-based redesign of a protein folding pathway. Nat Struct Biol. 8(7):602-5 PMID 11427890
  • Zhou Y, Lau FW, Nauli S, Yang D, Bowie JU. Inactivation mechanism of the membrane protein diacylglycerol kinase in detergent solution. Protein Sci 10(2):378-83 PMID 11266623
  • Gu H, Doshi N, Kim DE, Simons KT, Santiago JV, Nauli S, Baker D. Robustness of protein folding kinetics to surface hydrophobic substitutions. Protein Sci 8(12):2734-41 PMID 10631990
  • Scalley ML, Nauli S, Gladwin ST, Baker D. Structural transitions in the protein L denatured state ensemble. Biochemistry 38(48):15927-35 PMID 10625459
  • Lau FW, Nauli S, Zhou Y, Bowie JU. Changing single side-chains can greatly enhance the resistance of a membrane protein to irreversible inactivation. J Mol Biol 290(2):559-64 PMID 10390353
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