Current S²C²  Related Publications

  1. Fan, C., Kaiser, J.R., and Rees, D.C. (August 2020) "A structural framework for unidirectional transport by a bacterial ABC exporter." 
  2. Kumar, A., Basak, S., Rao, S., Gicheru, Y., Mayer, M.L., Sansom, M.S.P., and Chakrapani, S. (July 2020). "Mechanisms of activation and desensitization of full-length glycine receptor in lipid nanodiscs." Nature Communications 11, 3752; DOI:
  3. Basak, S., Gicheru, Y., Kapoor, A., Mayer, M.L., Filizola, M., Chakrapani, S. (July 2019). "Molecular mechanism of setron-mediated inhibition of full-length 5-HT3A receptor."  Nature Communications 10, 3225; DOI:
  4. Zhang, K., Li, S., Pintilie, G., Chmielewski, D., Schmid, M.F., Simmons, G., Jin, J., and Chiu, W. (August 2020) "A 3,4-Å cryo-EM structure of the human coronavirus spike trimer computationally derived from vitrified NL63 virus particles." bioRxiv 2020.08.11.2456909; DOI: https// (preprint)
  5. Zhang, K., Pintilie, G.D., Li, S., Schmid, M.F., and Chiu, W. (August 2020) "Resloving Individual-Atom of Protein Complex using Commonly Available 300-kV Cryo-electron Microscopes." bioRxiv 2020.08.19.256909; DOI: (preprint)
  6. Zhang, K., Zheludev, I., Hagey, R., Wu, M., Haslecker, R., Hou, Y., Kretsch, R., Pintilie, G., Rangan, R., Kladwang, W., Li, S., Pham, E., Bernardin, C., Baric, R., Sheahan, T., Dsouza, V., Glenn, J., Chiu, W., and Das, R. (July 2020) "Cryo-electron Microscopy and Exploratory Antisense Targeting of the 28-kDa Frameshift Stimulation Element from the SARS-CoV-2 RNA Genome." bioRxiv 2020.07.18.209270; DOI: (preprint)


S²C² Publications Acknowledgement

Any use of the resources at S²C² requires acknowlegement in publications as follows: “Some of this work was performed at the Stanford-SLAC Cryo-EM Center (S²C²), which is supported by the National Institutes of Health Common Fund Transformative High Resolution Cryo-Electron Microscopy program (U24 GM129541). The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health."