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Adam Frost, PhD, MD

TitleAssistant Professor
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentBiochemistry and Biophysics
Address600 16th St
San Francisco CA 94158
Phone415-514-4825
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    1. Kostova KK, Hickey KL, Osuna BA, Hussmann JA, Frost A, Weinberg DE, Weissman JS. CAT-tailing as a fail-safe mechanism for efficient degradation of stalled nascent polypeptides. Science. 2017 Jul 28; 357(6349):414-417. PMID: 28751611.
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    2. Osuna BA, Howard CJ, Kc S, Frost A, Weinberg DE. In vitro analysis of RQC activities provides insights into the mechanism and function of CAT tailing. Elife. 2017 Jul 18; 6. PMID: 28718767.
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    3. Gu M, LaJoie D, Chen OS, von Appen A, Ladinsky MS, Redd MJ, Nikolova L, Bjorkman PJ, Sundquist WI, Ullman KS, Frost A. LEM2 recruits CHMP7 for ESCRT-mediated nuclear envelope closure in fission yeast and human cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 Mar 14; 114(11):E2166-E2175. PMID: 28242692.
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    4. Antonny B, Burd C, De Camilli P, Chen E, Daumke O, Faelber K, Ford M, Frolov VA, Frost A, Hinshaw JE, Kirchhausen T, Kozlov MM, Lenz M, Low HH, McMahon H, Merrifield C, Pollard TD, Robinson PJ, Roux A, Schmid S. Membrane fission by dynamin: what we know and what we need to know. EMBO J. 2016 Nov 02; 35(21):2270-2284. PMID: 27670760.
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    5. Hwang J, Ribbens D, Raychaudhuri S, Cairns L, Gu H, Frost A, Urban S, Espenshade PJ. A Golgi rhomboid protease Rbd2 recruits Cdc48 to cleave yeast SREBP. EMBO J. 2016 Nov 02; 35(21):2332-2349. PMID: 27655872.
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    6. Heider MR, Gu M, Duffy CM, Mirza AM, Marcotte LL, Walls AC, Farrall N, Hakhverdyan Z, Field MC, Rout MP, Frost A, Munson M. Subunit connectivity, assembly determinants and architecture of the yeast exocyst complex. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2016 Jan; 23(1):59-66. PMID: 26656853; PMCID: PMC4752824.
    7. McCullough J, Clippinger AK, Talledge N, Skowyra ML, Saunders MG, Naismith TV, Colf LA, Afonine P, Arthur C, Sundquist WI, Hanson PI, Frost A. Structure and membrane remodeling activity of ESCRT-III helical polymers. Science. 2015 Dec 18; 350(6267):1548-51. PMID: 26634441; PMCID: PMC4684769.
    8. Kalia R, Talledge N, Frost A. Structural and functional studies of membrane remodeling machines. Methods Cell Biol. 2015; 128:165-200. PMID: 25997348.
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    9. Shen PS, Park J, Qin Y, Li X, Parsawar K, Larson MH, Cox J, Cheng Y, Lambowitz AM, Weissman JS, Brandman O, Frost A. Protein synthesis. Rqc2p and 60S ribosomal subunits mediate mRNA-independent elongation of nascent chains. Science. 2015 Jan 02; 347(6217):75-8. PMID: 25554787; PMCID: PMC4451101.
    10. Koirala S, Guo Q, Kalia R, Bui HT, Eckert DM, Frost A, Shaw JM. Interchangeable adaptors regulate mitochondrial dynamin assembly for membrane scission. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Apr 09; 110(15):E1342-51. PMID: 23530241; PMCID: PMC3625255.
    11. Brandman O, Stewart-Ornstein J, Wong D, Larson A, Williams CC, Li GW, Zhou S, King D, Shen PS, Weibezahn J, Dunn JG, Rouskin S, Inada T, Frost A, Weissman JS. A ribosome-bound quality control complex triggers degradation of nascent peptides and signals translation stress. Cell. 2012 Nov 21; 151(5):1042-54. PMID: 23178123; PMCID: PMC3534965.
    12. Frost A, Elgort MG, Brandman O, Ives C, Collins SR, Miller-Vedam L, Weibezahn J, Hein MY, Poser I, Mann M, Hyman AA, Weissman JS. Functional repurposing revealed by comparing S. pombe and S. cerevisiae genetic interactions. Cell. 2012 Jun 08; 149(6):1339-52. PMID: 22682253; PMCID: PMC3613983.
    13. Mim C, Cui H, Gawronski-Salerno JA, Frost A, Lyman E, Voth GA, Unger VM. Structural basis of membrane bending by the N-BAR protein endophilin. Cell. 2012 Mar 30; 149(1):137-45. PMID: 22464326; PMCID: PMC3319357.
    14. Frost A. Membrane trafficking: decoding vesicle identity with contrasting chemistries. Curr Biol. 2011 Oct 11; 21(19):R811-3. PMID: 21996503.
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    15. Guerrier S, Coutinho-Budd J, Sassa T, Gresset A, Jordan NV, Chen K, Jin WL, Frost A, Polleux F. The F-BAR domain of srGAP2 induces membrane protrusions required for neuronal migration and morphogenesis. Cell. 2009 Sep 04; 138(5):990-1004. PMID: 19737524; PMCID: PMC2797480.
    16. Frost A, Unger VM, De Camilli P. The BAR domain superfamily: membrane-molding macromolecules. Cell. 2009 Apr 17; 137(2):191-6. PMID: 19379681; PMCID: PMC4832598.
    17. Frost A, Perera R, Roux A, Spasov K, Destaing O, Egelman EH, De Camilli P, Unger VM. Structural basis of membrane invagination by F-BAR domains. Cell. 2008 Mar 07; 132(5):807-17. PMID: 18329367; PMCID: PMC2384079.
    18. Frost A, De Camilli P, Unger VM. F-BAR proteins join the BAR family fold. Structure. 2007 Jul; 15(7):751-3. PMID: 17637334.
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    19. Roux A, Uyhazi K, Frost A, De Camilli P. GTP-dependent twisting of dynamin implicates constriction and tension in membrane fission. Nature. 2006 May 25; 441(7092):528-31. PMID: 16648839.
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    20. Lax I, Wong A, Lamothe B, Lee A, Frost A, Hawes J, Schlessinger J. The docking protein FRS2alpha controls a MAP kinase-mediated negative feedback mechanism for signaling by FGF receptors. Mol Cell. 2002 Oct; 10(4):709-19. PMID: 12419216.
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    21. Cole CD, Frost AS, Thompson N, Cotten M, Cross TA, Busath DD. Noncontact dipole effects on channel permeation. VI. 5F- and 6F-Trp gramicidin channel currents. Biophys J. 2002 Oct; 83(4):1974-86. PMID: 12324416; PMCID: PMC1302287.
    22. Jackson ME, Frost AS, Moghaddam B. Stimulation of prefrontal cortex at physiologically relevant frequencies inhibits dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens. J Neurochem. 2001 Aug; 78(4):920-3. PMID: 11520912.
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