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Kepiro, I E; Marzuoli, I; Hammond, K; Ba, X L; Lewis, H; Shaw, M; Gunnoo, S B; de Santis, E; Łapińska, U; Pagliara, S; Holmes, M A; Lorenz, C D; Hoogenboom, B W; Fraternali, F; Ryadnov, M G (2020) Engineering Chirally Blind Protein Pseudocapsids into Antibacterial Persisters. ACS Nano, 14 (2). pp. 1609-1622. ISSN 1936-0851

de Santis, E; Alkassem, H; Lamarre, B; Faruqui, N; Bella, A; Noble, J E; Micale, N; Ray, S; Burns, J R; Yon, A R; Hoogenboom, B W; Ryadnov, M G (2017) Antimicrobial peptide capsids of de novo design. Nature Communications, 8. 2263

Guyader, C P E; Lamarre, B; de Santis, E; Noble, J E; Slater, N K*; Ryadnov, M G (2016) Autonomously folded alpha-helical lockers promote RNAi. Sci. Rep., 6. p. 35012.

Noble, J E; de Santis, E; Ravi, J; Lamarre, B; Castelletto, V*; Mantell, J*; Ray, S*; Ryadnov, M G (2016) A De Novo virus-like topology for synthetic virions. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 138 (37). pp. 12202-12210.

Castelletto, V; de Santis, E; Alkassem, H; Lamarre, B; Noble, J E; Ray, S; Bella, A; Burns, J R; Hoogenboom, B W*; Ryadnov, M G (2016) Structurally plastic peptide capsules for synthetic antimicrobial viruses. Chem. Sci., 7 (3). pp. 1707-1711.

de Santis, E; Castelletto, V; Ryadnov, M G (2015) Interfacial zippering-up of coiled-coil protein filaments. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 17 (46). pp. 31055-31060.

de Santis, E; Ryadnov, M G (2015) Peptide self-assembly for nanomaterials: the old new kid on the block. Chem. Soc. Rev., 44 (22). pp. 8288-8300.

de Santis, E; Faruqui, N; Noble, J E; Ryadnov, M G (2014) Exploitable length correlations in peptide nanofibres. Nanoscale, 6 (19). pp. 11425-11430.

de Santis, E; Faruqui, N; Noble, J; Ryadnov, M G (2014) Exploiting the relationship between sequence, self-assembly and function for novel peptide scaffolds. J. Pept. Sci., 20. S36.

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