Links below give the abstract, or more information about the paper.
19.Russell, R. B., Sasieni, P. D. & Sternberg, M. J. E. (1998) Supersites within superfolds: Binding site similarity in the absence of homology. J. Mol. Biol., Accepted 21 May 1998.
18.Russell, R. B., Saqi, M. A. S., Bates, P. A., Sayle, R. A. Sternberg, M. J. E. (1998) Recognition of analogous and homologous protein folds: Assessment of fold recognition success and associated alignment accuracy. Protein Eng., 11 1-9.
17.Russell, R. B., Saqi, M. A. S., Sayle, R. A., Bates, P. A. & Sternberg, M. J. E. (1997) Recognition of analogous and homologous protein folds: Analysis of sequence and structure conservation, J. Mol. Biol, 269 423-439.
16.Russell, R. B. & Sternberg, M. J. E. (1997) Two new examples of protein structural similarities within the structure-function twilight zone, Protein Eng., 10, 333-338.
15.Russell, R. B., Copley, R. R. and Barton, G. J. (1996),
Protein fold recognition by mapping predicted secondary structures.
J. Mol. Biol., 259, 349-365.
14. Russell, R. B. & Sternberg, M. J. E. (1996) A novel binding site in catalase is suggested by similarity to the calycin superfamily, Protein Eng., 9, 107-111.
More information about this paper can be found here.
13. Sternberg, M. J. E., Hegyi, H., Islam, S. A., Luo, J. and Russell, R. B. (1995), Towards an Intelligent System for the Automatic Assignment of Domains in Globular Proteins, Proc. 3rd Ann. Conf. Intelligent Sys. Mol. Biol., 376-383.
12. Ponting, C. P. and Russell, R. B. (1995),
Swaposins: circular permutation within genes enconding saposin homologues,
Trends Biochem. Sci.,20, 179-180. (See also Errata in 20, 256)
11. Russell, R. B., Copley, R. R. and Barton, G. J. (1995),
Protein fold prediction from secondary structure assignment,
Proc. 29th Ann. Hawaii. Int. Conf. Sys. Sci.,V,302-311,
10. Russell, R. B. (1994),
Domain Insertion, Protein Eng., 7, 1407-1411.
9. Russell, R. B. & Barton, G. J. (1994),
Structural features can be unconserved in proteins with similar folds:
An analysis of side-chain to side-chain contacts, secondary structure and accessibility,
J. Mol. Biol., , 244, 332-350.
8. Matthews, S., Barlow, P., Boyd, J., Barton, G. Russell, R., Mills, H., Cunningham, M., Meyers, N., Burns, N., Clark, N., Kingsman, S., Kingsman, A. and Campbell, I., (1994) ,
Structural similarity between the p17 matrix protein of HIV-1 and interferon-gamma,
Nature, 370, 666-668.
Interferon/p17 superposition here (55k .gif).
(p17 in yellow, interferon in blue)
Click here for the two structures and a sequence alignment.
7. Russell, R. B. & Barton, G. J. (1993),
The Limits of Protein Secondary Structure Prediction Accuracy from Multiple Sequence Alignment,
J. Mol. Biol., 234, 951-957.
software mentioned in this paper is available from
Geoff Barton's ftp server.
6. Russell, R. B. & Barton, G. J. (1993),
An SH2-SH3 Domain hybrid,
Nature, 364, 765.
5. Russell, R. B. & Barton, G. J. (1992),
Multiple Sequence Alignment from Tertiary Structure Comparison: Assignment
of Global and Residue Confidence Levels,
PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Genet., 14, 309-323.
software described in this paper is available from Geoff Barton's ftp server
You can also read the manual via the WWW
4. Russell, R. B. Breed, J. & Barton, G. J. (1992),
Conservation Analysis and Structure Prediction of the SH2 Family of
Phosphotyrosine Binding Domains,
FEBS Lett., 304, 15-20.
3. Renaud, E., Russell, R. B., Fortier, S., Brown, S. J. and Baird, M. C. (1991),
Synthesis of a new family of water-soluble tertiary
phosphine-ligands and their Rhodium(I) complexes - olefin
hydrogenation in aqueous and biphasic media,
J. Organometallic Chem., 418, 403-415.
2. Baxter, J. D., Duncan, K., Chu, W. N., James, M. N. G., Russell, R. B., Haidar, M. A., DeNoto, F. M., Hsueh, W. and Reudelhuber, T. L. (1991) ,
Molecular Biology of Human Renin and Its Gene,
Rec. Prog. Hormone Res.,47, 211-258.
1. Bank, R. A., Russell, R. B., Pals, G. and James, M. N. G. (1990) ,
Consequences of intramolecular ionic interactions for the
activation rate of human pepsinogens a and c as revealed by
Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. , 306, 101-105.
7. Barton, G. J., Russell, R. B., Livingstone, C. D., Copley, R. R. and Siddiqui, A. S. (1996),
Protein Structure Prediction: Meeting the Challenge of Genome Projects,
Advances in Computational Life Sciences, vol 2.,
(Ed. M. T. Michalewicz), CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
6. Russell, R. B. & M. J. E. Sternberg (1995),
Protein Structure Prediciton - How good are we?,
Current Biology, 5, 488-490.
5. Barton, G. J. & Russell, R. B. (1993),
Protein structure prediction,
Nature, 361, 505-506.
4. Barton, G. J., Russell, R. B. & Livingstone, C. D. (1992),
Generation and interpretation of protein sequence and structural multiple alignments,
J. Protein. Chem., 11, 389.
3. Barton, G. J., Russell, R. B. & Livingstone, C. D. (1993),
Prediction of protein structure from multiple sequence alignment,
In: Methods in Protein Sequence Analysis, 209-220, Plenum Press.
2. Chu, W.N., James, M. N. G., Russell, R. B., Reudelhuber, T. L. and Baxter, J. D. (1990),
Human Prorenin - 3-dimensional structural model and mechanism of prosegment inhibition of catalytic activity,
Clin. Res., 38, A242.
1. Bank, R. A., Russell, R. B., James, M. N. G. and ten-Kate, R. W. (1990) ,
Comparative molecular modelling of human pepsinogens a and c in an attempt to account for
their renal handling,
Kidney Int., 38, 360.