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Un Seng Chio, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Biochemistry and Biophysics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-5295-2690 Additional info
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    CaltechPhD01/2019Chemistry (Biochemistry)
    Cornell UniversityB.A.05/2012Chemistry and Biology

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    1. Chio US, Chung S, Weiss S, Shan SO. A Chaperone Lid Ensures Efficient and Privileged Client Transfer during Tail-Anchored Protein Targeting. Cell Rep. 2019 01 02; 26(1):37-44.e7. PMID: 30605684.
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    2. Cho H, Chio US, Shan SO. In vitro Assays for Targeting and Insertion of Tail-Anchored Proteins Into the ER Membrane. Curr Protoc Cell Biol. 2018 12; 81(1):e63. PMID: 30253068.
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    3. Chio US, Cho H, Shan SO. Mechanisms of Tail-Anchored Membrane Protein Targeting and Insertion. Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol. 2017 10 06; 33:417-438. PMID: 28992441.
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    4. Chio US, Chung S, Weiss S, Shan SO. A protean clamp guides membrane targeting of tail-anchored proteins. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 10 10; 114(41):E8585-E8594. PMID: 28973888.
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    5. Rao M, Okreglak V, Chio US, Cho H, Walter P, Shan SO. Multiple selection filters ensure accurate tail-anchored membrane protein targeting. Elife. 2016 12 07; 5. PMID: 27925580.
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    6. Rome ME, Chio US, Rao M, Gristick H, Shan SO. Differential gradients of interaction affinities drive efficient targeting and recycling in the GET pathway. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Nov 18; 111(46):E4929-35. PMID: 25368153.
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