Jakob R. Winther
Jakob R. Winther
Linderstøm-Lang Centre for Protein Science, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen
Verified email at bio.ku.dk
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Quantifying the global cellular thiol–disulfide status
RE Hansen, D Roth, JR Winther
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (2), 422-427, 2009
3802009
Why is DsbA such an oxidizing disulfide catalyst?
U Grauschopf, JR Winther, P Korber, T Zander, P Dallinger, JCA Bardwell
Cell 83 (6), 947-955, 1995
3651995
Shedding light on disulfide bond formation: engineering a redox switch in green fluorescent protein
H Østergaard, A Henriksen, FG Hansen, JR Winther
The EMBO journal 20 (21), 5853-5862, 2001
3332001
Monitoring disulfide bond formation in the eukaryotic cytosol
H Østergaard, C Tachibana, JR Winther
The Journal of cell biology 166 (3), 337-345, 2004
3282004
Quantification of thiols and disulfides
JR Winther, C Thorpe
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects 1840 (2), 838-846, 2014
2782014
An introduction to methods for analyzing thiols and disulfides: Reactions, reagents, and practical considerations
RE Hansen, JR Winther
Analytical biochemistry 394 (2), 147-158, 2009
2692009
Propeptide of carboxypeptidase Y provides a chaperone-like function as well as inhibition of the enzymatic activity.
JR Winther, P Sørensen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (20), 9330-9334, 1991
2371991
Biosynthesis and function of yeast vacuolar proteases
HB van den Hazel, MC Kielland‐Brandt, JR Winther
Yeast 12 (1), 1-16, 1996
2221996
Redox characteristics of the eukaryotic cytosol
HR López-Mirabal, JR Winther
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1783 (4), 629-640, 2008
1962008
Yeast carboxypeptidase Y vacuolar targeting signal is defined by four propeptide amino acids.
LA Valls, JR Winther, TH Stevens
Journal of Cell Biology 111 (2), 361-368, 1990
1841990
Surprisingly high stability of barley lipid transfer protein, LTP1, towards denaturant, heat and proteases
K Lindorff-Larsen, JR Winther
FEBS letters 488 (3), 145-148, 2001
1662001
Functional differences in yeast protein disulfide isomerases
P Nørgaard, V Westphal, C Tachibana, L Alsøe, B Holst, JR Winther
The Journal of cell biology 152 (3), 553-562, 2001
1462001
Intracellular glutathione pools are heterogeneously concentrated
D Montero, C Tachibana, JR Winther, C Appenzeller-Herzog
Redox biology 1 (1), 508-513, 2013
1402013
Quantification of protein thiols and dithiols in the picomolar range using sodium borohydride and 4, 4′-dithiodipyridine
RE Hansen, H Østergaard, P Nørgaard, JR Winther
Analytical biochemistry 363 (1), 77-82, 2007
1272007
Competition between folding and glycosylation in the endoplasmic reticulum.
B Holst, AW Bruun, MC Kielland‐Brandt, JR Winther
The EMBO Journal 15 (14), 3538-3546, 1996
1191996
The aspartic proteinase from Saccharomyces cerevisiae folds its own inhibitor into a helix
M Li, LH Phylip, WE Lees, JR Winther, BM Dunn, A Wlodawer, J Kay, ...
Nature structural biology 7 (2), 113-117, 2000
1152000
The propeptide is required for in vivo formation of stable active yeast proteinase A and can function even when not covalently linked to the mature region.
HB van den Hazel, MC Kielland-Brandt, JR Winther
Journal of Biological Chemistry 268 (24), 18002-18007, 1993
1151993
Kinetic and thermodynamic aspects of cellular thiol–disulfide redox regulation
KS Jensen, RE Hansen, JR Winther
Antioxidants & redox signaling 11 (5), 1047-1058, 2009
1102009
Active site mutations in yeast protein disulfide isomerase cause dithiothreitol sensitivity and a reduced rate of protein folding in the endoplasmic reticulum
B Holst, C Tachibana, JR Winther
The Journal of cell biology 138 (6), 1229-1238, 1997
1011997
Non-invasive in-cell determination of free cytosolic [NAD+]/[NADH] ratios using hyperpolarized glucose show large variations in metabolic phenotypes
CE Christensen, M Karlsson, JR Winther, PR Jensen, MH Lerche
Journal of Biological Chemistry 289 (4), 2344-2352, 2014
982014
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