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Department of Chemistry

 

Publications

Direct observation of prion protein oligomer formation reveals an aggregation mechanism with multiple conformationally distinct species
JC Sang, J-E Lee, AJ Dear, S De, G Meisl, AM Thackray, R Bujdoso, TPJ Knowles, D Klenerman
– Chemical Science
(2019)
10,
4588
Mapping Surface Hydrophobicity of α-Synuclein Oligomers at the Nanoscale.
J-E Lee, JC Sang, M Rodrigues, AR Carr, MH Horrocks, S De, MN Bongiovanni, P Flagmeier, CM Dobson, DJ Wales, SF Lee, D Klenerman
– Nano Lett
(2018)
18,
7494
Direct observation of murine prion protein replication in vitro
JC Sang, G Meisl, AM Thackray, L Hong, A Ponjavic, TPJ Knowles, R Bujdoso, D Klenerman
– Journal of the American Chemical Society
(2018)
140,
14789
Arachidonic acid mediates the formation of abundant alpha-helical multimers of alpha-synuclein.
M Iljina, L Tosatto, ML Choi, JC Sang, Y Ye, CD Hughes, CE Bryant, S Gandhi, D Klenerman
– Sci Rep
(2016)
6,
33928
Revealing Structural Changes of Prion Protein during Conversion from α-Helical Monomer to β-Oligomers by Means of ESR and Nanochannel Encapsulation
C Yang, W-L Lo, Y-H Kuo, JC Sang, C-Y Lee, Y-W Chiang, RP-Y Chen
– ACS chemical biology
(2015)
10,
493
Slow spontaneous α-to-β structural conversion in a non-denaturing neutral condition reveals the intrinsically disordered property of the disulfide-reduced recombinant mouse prion protein
JC Sang, C-Y Lee, FY Luh, Y-W Huang, Y-W Chiang, RP-Y Chen
– Prion
(2012)
6,
489

Research Group

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cs783@cam.ac.uk

College

Hughes Hall