Faculty of Biological Sciences

Dr Marcin Wolny

Research Fellow
School of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Contact: Manton 6.93, +44(0) 113 34 37208, email address for  

Wolny M, Batchelor M, Bartlett GJ, Baker EG, Kurzawa M, Knight PJ, Dougan L, Woolfson DN, Paci E, Peckham M Characterization of long and stable de novo single alpha-helix domains provides novel insight into their stability Scientific Reports 7, 2017
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Haywood NJ, Wolny M, Rogers B, Trinh CH, Shuping Y, Edwards TA, Peckham M Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy mutations in the calponin-homology domain of ACTN2 affect actin binding and cardiomyocyte Z-disc incorporation Biochemical Journal 473 2485-2493, 2016
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Bacon T, Seiler C, Wolny M, Hughes R, Watson P, Schwabe J, Grigg R, Peckham M Histone deacetylase 3 indirectly modulates tubulin acetylation Biochemical Journal 472 367-377, 2015
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Samejima K, Platani M, Wolny M, Ogawa H, Vargiu G, Knight PJ, Peckham M, Earnshaw WC The inner centromere protein (INCENP) coil is a singleα-helix (SAH) domain that binds directly to microtubules and is important for chromosome passenger complex (CPC) localization and function in mitosis Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 21460-21472, 2015
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Batchelor M, Wolny M, Dougan L, Paci E, Knight PJ, Peckham M Myosin tails and singleα-helical domains, 2015
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Wolny MD, Batchelor MR, Knight PJ, Paci E, Peckham M Determining How Many Ionic Interactions are Needed for the High Stability of Single Alpha Helical (SAH) Domains, 2015

Wolny M, Batchelor M, Knight PJ, Paci E, Dougan L, Peckham M Stable singleα-Helices are constant force springs in proteins Journal of Biological Chemistry 289 27825-27835, 2014
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