M.Z. Cabail, S. Li, E. Lemmon, M.E. Bowen, S.R. Hubbard, and W.T. Miller (2015). The insulin and IGF1 receptor kinase domains are functional dimers in the activated state. Nature Commun. 6., 6406.
G. Fan, S. Aleem, M. Yang, W.T. Miller, and N.K. Tonks (2015). Protein tyrosine kinase and phosphatase specificity in regulation of Src and Brk. J. Biol. Chem.290, 15934-15947.
H. Krishnan, E.P. Retzbach, M.I. Ramirez, T. Liu, H. Li, W.T. Miller, and G.S. Goldberg (2015). PKA and CDK5 can phosphorylate specific serines on the intracellular domain of podoplanin (PDPN) to inhibit cell motility. Exp. Cell Res. 335, 115-122 .
T. Tsui and W.T. Miller (2015). Cancer-associated mutations in Breast tumor kinase/PTK6 differentially affect enzyme activity and substrate recognition. Biochemistry 54, 3173-3182.
S. Aleem, B.P. Craddock, and W.T. Miller (2015). Constitutive activity in an ancestral form of Abl tyrosine kinase.PLoS ONE 10, e0131062.
N. Yokoyama and W.T. Miller (2015). Molecular characterization of WDCP, a novel fusion partner for the anaplastic lymphoma kinase ALK. Biomed. Rep 3., 9-13.
S.R. Hubbard and W.T. Miller (2014). Closing in on a mechanism for activation
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K.P. Schultheiss, B.P. Craddock, H. Suga, and W.T. Miller (2014).
Regulation of Src and Csk nonreceptor tyrosine kinases in the filasterean Ministeria vibrans. Biochemistry 53, 1320-1329.
K.P. Schultheiss, B.P. Craddock, M. Tong, M. Seeliger, and W.T. Miller (2013).
Metazoan-like signaling in a unicellular receptor tyrosine kinase. BMC Biochem.14: 4.
B.P. Craddock and W.T. Miller (2012).
Effects of somatic mutations in the C-terminus of insulin-like growth factor 1 receptor on activity and signaling.J. Signal Trans.804801.
W.T. Miller (2012).
Tyrosine kinase signaling and the emergence of multicellularity. Biochim Biophys Acta 1823, 1053-7.
K.P. Schultheiss, H. Suga, I. Ruiz-Trillo, and W.T. Miller (2012).
Lack of Csk-mediated negative regulation in a unicellular Src kinase. Biochemistry 51, 8267-8277.
V. Prieto-Echagüe, A.
Gucwa, B.P. Craddock, D.A. Brown, and W.T. Miller (2010).
Cancer-associated mutations activate the nonreceptor tyrosine
kinase Ack1. J. Biol. Chem. 285,
V. Prieto-Echagüe, A.
Gucwa, D.A. Brown, and W.T. Miller (2010).
Regulation of Ack1 localization and activity by the amino-terminal SAM domain. BMC Biochemistry 11, 42.
W. Li, S. Scarlata,
and W.T. Miller (2009). Evidence for convergent evolution in the
signaling properties of a choanoflagellate tyrosine kinase. Biochemistry 48, 5180-5186.
K. Shiba, C. Gordon, B.P. Craddock, M. Tamiko, and W.T. Miller
(2009). Synthesis of functional signaling domains by
combinatorial polymerization of phosphorylation motifs. ACS
Chem. Biol 4, 751-758.
S.S. Yadav, B.J. Yeh,
B.P. Craddock, W.A. Lim, and W.T. Miller (2009). Reengineering
the signaling properties of a Src family kinase. Biochemistry 48, 10956-10962.
W.T. Miller (2009).
Making sense of signal transduction. Science Signaling 2, pe79.
N. King, M.J.
Westbrook, S.L. Young, et al. (2008). The genome of the
choanoflagellate Monosiga brevicollis and the origins of
metazoans. Nature 451, 783-788.
W. Li, S.L. Young, N.
King, and W.T. Miller (2008). Signaling properties of a
non-metazoan Src kinase and the evolutionary history of Src
negative regulation. J. Biol. Chem. 283,
G. Manning, S.L.
Young, W.T. Miller, and Y. Zhai (2008). The protist, Monosiga
brevicollis, has a tyrosine kinase signaling network more
elaborate and diverse than found in any metazoan. Proc. Natl.
Acad. Sci. USA. 105, 9674-9679.
J. Wu, W. Li, B.P.
Craddock, K.W. Foreman, M.J. Mulvihill, Q.Ji, W.T. Miller, and
S.R. Hubbard (2008). Small-molecule inhibition and activation
loop trans-autophosphorylation of the IGF1 receptor. EMBO
Journal. 27, 1985-1994.
B. Xiang, K. Chatti, H.
Qiu, B. Lakshmi, A. Krasnitz, J. Hicks, W.T. Miller, and S.K.
Muthuswamy (2008). Brk is coamplified with ErbB2 to promote
proliferation in breast cancer. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 105, 12463-12468.
S.S. Yadav and W.T.
Miller (2008). The evolutionarily conserved arrangement of
domains in Src family kinases is important for substrate
recognition. Biochemistry 47, 10871-10880.
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Miller (2007). Receptor tyrosine kinases: mechanisms of
activation and signaling. Curr. Opin. Cell Biol. 19, 117-123.