Michael F. Brown
Michael F. Brown
Professor of Chemistry, Physics, & Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona
Verified email at u.arizona.edu
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Area per lipid and acyl length distributions in fluid phosphatidylcholines determined by 2H NMR spectroscopy
HI Petrache, SW Dodd, MF Brown
Biophysical journal 79 (6), 3172-3192, 2000
6182000
Modulation of rhodopsin function by properties of the membrane bilayer
MF Brown
Chemistry and physics of lipids 73 (1-2), 159-180, 1994
4601994
Perturbation of the hydrophobic core of lipid bilayers by the human antimicrobial peptide LL-37
KA Henzler-Wildman, GV Martinez, MF Brown, A Ramamoorthy
Biochemistry 43 (26), 8459-8469, 2004
2662004
Curvature and hydrophobic forces drive oligomerization and modulate activity of rhodopsin in membranes
AV Botelho, T Huber, TP Sakmar, MF Brown
Biophysical journal 91 (12), 4464-4477, 2006
2642006
Influence of cholesterol on the polar region of phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylethanolamine bilayers
MF Brown, J Seelig
Biochemistry 17 (2), 381-384, 1978
2361978
Structural dynamics in phospholipid bilayers from deuterium spin–lattice relaxation time measurements
MF Brown, J Seelig, U Häberlen
The Journal of Chemical Physics 70 (11), 5045-5053, 1979
2181979
Phosphatidylethanolamine enhances rhodopsin photoactivation and transducin binding in a solid supported lipid bilayer as determined using plasmon-waveguide resonance spectroscopy
ID Alves, GFJ Salgado, Z Salamon, MF Brown, G Tollin, VJ Hruby
Biophysical journal 88 (1), 198-210, 2005
213*2005
Theory of spin‐lattice relaxation in lipid bilayers and biological membranes. 2H and 14N quadrupolar relaxation
MF Brown
The Journal of Chemical Physics 77 (3), 1576-1599, 1982
2091982
The N-terminus of the intrinsically disordered protein α-synuclein triggers membrane binding and helix folding
T Bartels, LS Ahlstrom, A Leftin, F Kamp, C Haass, MF Brown, K Beyer
Biophysical journal 99 (7), 2116-2124, 2010
2032010
Lipid headgroup and acyl chain composition modulate the MI-MII equilibrium of rhodopsin in recombinant membranes
NJ Gibson, MF Brown
Biochemistry 32 (9), 2438-2454, 1993
1951993
Conformational energetics of rhodopsin modulated by nonlamellar-forming lipids
AV Botelho, NJ Gibson, RL Thurmond, Y Wang, MF Brown
Biochemistry 41 (20), 6354-6368, 2002
1862002
New view of lipid bilayer dynamics from 2H and 13C NMR relaxation time measurements
MF Brown, AA Ribeiro, GD Williams
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 80 (14), 4325-4329, 1983
1851983
Lipid-protein interactions mediate the photochemical function of rhodopsin
TS Wiedmann, RD Pates, JM Beach, A Salmon, MF Brown
Biochemistry 27 (17), 6469-6474, 1988
1791988
Plasmon resonance spectroscopy: probing molecular interactions within membranes
Z Salamon, MF Brown, G Tollin
Trends in biochemical sciences 24 (6), 213-219, 1999
1731999
Ion-Induced Changes in Head Group Conformation of Lecithin Bilayers
MF Brown, J Seelig
Nature 269, 721-723, 1977
1611977
Two protonation switches control rhodopsin activation in membranes
M Mahalingam, K Martínez-Mayorga, MF Brown, R Vogel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (46), 17795-17800, 2008
1462008
Structure of docosahexaenoic acid-containing phospholipid bilayers as studied by 2H NMR and molecular dynamics simulations
T Huber, K Rajamoorthi, VF Kurze, K Beyer, MF Brown
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (2), 298-309, 2002
1442002
Membrane model for the G-protein-coupled receptor rhodopsin: hydrophobic interface and dynamical structure
T Huber, AV Botelho, K Beyer, MF Brown
Biophysical journal 86 (4), 2078-2100, 2004
1412004
Molecular areas of phospholipids as determined by 2H NMR spectroscopy. Comparison of phosphatidylethanolamines and phosphatidylcholines
RL Thurmond, SW Dodd, MF Brown
Biophysical journal 59 (1), 108-113, 1991
1321991
Packing and viscoelasticity of polyunsaturated ω-3 and ω-6 lipid bilayers as seen by 2H NMR and X-ray diffraction
K Rajamoorthi, HI Petrache, TJ McIntosh, MF Brown
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (5), 1576-1588, 2005
1302005
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