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Chuck
Shaker Chuck Farah. Professor of Department of Biochemistry, Chemistry Institute, University of São Paulo, Brazil, since 1996.


Publications

31) Guzzo, C.R., Silva, L.R., Galvao-Botton, L.M.P., Barbosa, J.A.R.G. and Farah, C.S. (2006) Expression, crystallization and preliminary crystallographic analysis of SufE (XAC2355) from Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri. Acta Crystallographica Section F. 62, 268-270.

30) Guzzo, C.R., Nagem, R.A.P., Galvão-Botton, L.M.P, Guimarães, B.G., Medrano, F.J., Barbosa, J.A.R.G. and Farah, C.S. (2005) Expression, purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of YaeQ (XAC2396) from Xanthomonas axonopodis pv citri. Acta Crystallographica Section F 61, 493-495.

29) Alegria, M.C., Souza, D. P., Andrade, M.O., Docena, C.,  Khater, L., Ramos, C.H.I., da Silva, A.C.R., Farah, C.S. (2005) Identification of new protein-protein interactions involving the products of the chromosome - and plasmid – encoded type IV secretion loci of the phytopathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri. J. Bacteriology, 187, 2315-2325.

28) Corrêa, F. and Farah, C.S. (2005) Using 5-hydroxytryptophan as a probe to follow protein-protein interactions and protein folding transitions. Protein and Peptide Letters 12, 241-244.

27) Tiroli A.O, Tasic, L., Oliveira, C.L.P., Bloch, C. Torriani, I, Farah, C.S., and Ramos, C.H.I. (2005)  Identification of the contacts in the regulatory subunit of TnC-TnI by analyses of single-chain chimeras, Eur. J. Biochem/FEBS Journal 272, 779–790.

26) Alegria, M.C., Docena, C.,  Khater, L., Ramos, C.H.I., da Silva, A.C.R., Farah, C.S. (2004) New protein-protein interactions identified for the regulatory and structural components and substrates of  the type III secretion system of the phytopathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis pv citri.  J. Bacteriology 186, 6186-6197.

25) Holthauzen, L.M.F. Corrêa, F and Farah, C.S. (2004) Ca2+-induced rolling of tropomyosin in muscle thin filaments: the ?- and ?-band concept revisited. J. Biol. Chem. 279, 15204-15213.

24) Katsuyama, A.M., Cicero, D.O., Spisni , A., Paci, M., Farah, C.S. and Pertinhez, T.A. (2004) 1H, 15N and 13C resonance assignments of the ApaG protein of the phytopathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri.  Journal of Biomolecular NMR, 29, 423-424.

23) Paulucci, A.A., Katsuyama, A.M., Sousa, A.D. and Farah, C.S. (2004) A specific C-terminal deletion in tropomyosin results in a stronger head to tail interaction and increased polymerization. European Journal of Biochemistry 271, 589-600.

22) Galvão-Botton, L.M.P., Katsuyama, A.M.,  Guzzo, C.R., Almeida, F.C.L., Farah, C.S. and Valente, A.P. (2003) High-throughput Screening of Structural Proteomics Targets Using NMR FEBS Letters 552, 207-213.

21) Valencia, F.F., Paulucci, A.A., Quaggio, R.B. Da Silva, A.C.R., Farah, C.S. and Reinach, F.C. (2003) Parallel measurement of Ca2+-binding and fluorescence emission upon Ca2+ titration of recombinant skeletal muscle troponin C: Measurement of sequential calcium binding to the regulatory sites J. Biol. Chem. 278, 11007-11014.

20) Junqueira-de-Azevedo, I.L.M,  Pertinhez, T., Spisni, A., Carreño, F.R., Farah, C.S., and Ho, P.L. (2003) Cloning and expression of a new EF-hand protein from the venom glands of Bothrops insularis snake in E. coli. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1648, 90-98.

19) Paulucci, A.A. Hicks, L., Machado, A., Miranda, M.T. M., Kay, C.M. and Farah, C.S. (2002) Specific sequences determine the stability and cooperativity of folding of the C-terminal half of  tropomyosin. J. Biol. Chem. 277, 39574-39584.

18) Sousa, A.D. and Farah, C.S. (2002) Quantitative analysis of tropomyosin linear polymerization equilibrium as a function of ionic strength J. Biol. Chem. 277, 2081-2088.

17) da Silva, A.C.R., Ferro, J.A., Reinach, F.C., Farah, C.S. et al. (2002) Complete genome sequences of two Xanthomonas pathogens with similar genomes but different host specificities Nature 417,  459-463.

16) Reis, E.S., Baracho, G.V. Lima, A.S., Farah, C.S.  and Isaac, L. (2002) Homozygous hereditary C3 deficiency due to a stop codon Journal of Clinical Immunology  22, 321-330.

15) Ngai, S.-M., Pearlstone, J.R., Farah, C.S., Reinach, F.C., Smillie, L.B.
and Hodges, R.S. (2002) Structural and Functional Studies on Troponin I and
Troponin C Interactions (vol 83, pg 33-46, 2001), J. Cellular Biochem. 84, 847

14) Oliveira, D.M., Nakaie, C.R., Sousa, A.D., Farah, C.S. and Reinach, F.C. (2000) Mapping
the Activation Domain of Troponin T Responsible for Activation of Actomyosin ATPase
Activity: Identification of Residues Involved in Binding to Actin J. Biol. Chem. 275, 27513-
27519.

13) Farah, C.S. and Reinach, F.C. (1999) Regulatory Properties of Recombinant Tropomyosins Containing
5-Hydroxytryptophan: Ca2+-binding to troponin results in a conformational change in a region of
tropomyosin outside the troponin binding site. Biochemistry 38, 10543-10551.

12) Das, K., Ashby, K.D., Smirnov, A.V., Reinach, F.C., Petrich, J.W., and Farah, C.S. (1999)
Fluorescence Properties of Recombinant Tropomyosin Containing Tryptophan, 5-
Hydroxytryptophan and 7-Azatryptophan Photochem. Photobiol. 70, 719-730.

11) Malnic, B., Farah, C.S. and Reinach, F.C. (1998) Regulatory Properties of the NH2- and COOH-
terminal domains of Troponin T: ATPase activation and binding to TnI and TnC J. Biol. Chem. 273,
10594-10601.

10) Isaac, L. and Farah, C.S. (1998) A Combined PCR-Gapped Duplex Method for Site-directed
Mutagenesis BioTechniques 25, 758-759.

9) Isaac, L., Aivazian, D., Taniguchi-Sidle, A., Ebanks, R.O., Farah, C.S., Florido, M.P.C., Pangburn,
M.K. and Isenman, D.E. (1998) Native Conformations of Human Complement Components C3 and C4
Show Different Dependencies on Thioester Formation Biochem. J. 329, 705-712.

8) Van Eyk JE, Thomas LT, Tripet B, Wiesner RJ, Pearlstone JR, Farah CS, Reinach FC, Hodges RS
(1997) Distinct regions of troponin I regulate Ca2+-dependent activation and Ca2+-sensitivity of the
acto-S1-TM ATPase activity of the thin filament. J. Biol. Chem. 272, 10529-10537.

7) Reinach, F.C., Farah, C.S., Monteiro, P.B., and Malnic, B. (1997) Structural Interactions Responsible
for the Assembly of the Troponin Complex on the Muscle Thin Filament Cell Structure and Function 22,
219-223.

6) Capurro, M.L., Marinotti, O., Farah, C.S., James, A.A. and Bianchi, A.G. (1997) The Nonvitellogenic
Female Protein of Musca domestica is an Adult-Specific Hexamerin Insect Molecular Biology 6, 97-104.

5) Farah, C.S. and Reinach, F.C. (1995) The Troponin Complex and Regulation of Muscle Contraction,
FASEB J. 9, 755-767.

4) Farah, C.S., Miyamoto, C.A., Ramos, C.H.I., da Silva, A.C.R., Quaggio, R.B., Fujimori, K., Smillie,
L.B., and Reinach, F.C. (1994) The Structural and Regulatory Functions of the NH2- and
COOH-terminal Regions of Skeletal Muscle Troponin I, J. Biol. Chem. 269, 5230-5240.

3) Glover, J.N.M., Farah, C.S., and Pulleyblank, D.E. (1990) The Separation and Structural
Characterization of H-DNA Conformers, Biochemistry 29, 11110-11115.

2) Pulleyblank, D.E., Glover, J.N.M., Farah, C.S., and Haniford, D.B. (1988) The Specificity of
'Single-Strand-Specific' Endonucleases: Probes of Phosphodiester Conformation in Double-Stranded
Nucleic Acids, in Unusual DNA Structures, Eds R.D. Wells and R.D.Hanvey (Springer-Verlag), pp.
23-44.

1) Pulleyblank, D.E., Glover, J.M.M., Farah, C.S. and Haniford, D.B. (1987) Intermediate- Range
Transmission of Conformational Information in DNA, in Structure and Expression (Vol. 2): DNA and
its Drug Complexes, Eds. R.H. Sarma and M.H. Sarma (Adenine Press), pp. 95-104.
 
 
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