Gyimesi, Máté



Máté Gyimesi

M.S., 2004, Biology - Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary

Ph.D., 2008, Structural Biochemistry - Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary

Postdoctoral Researcher, 2012-2014, University of California, Davis, CA

  Current address:

Postdoctoral Scholar
Department of Biochemistry
Eotvos Lorand University
Pazmany Peter setany 1/C
1117 Budapest, Hungary
Tel: +36-1-372-2500/8401

Kintses, B., Simon, Z., Gyimesi, M., Tóth, J., Jelinek, B., Niedetzky, C., Kovács, M., and Málnási-Csizmadia, A. (2006).
Enzyme Kinetics above Denaturation Temperature: A Temperature-Jump/Stopped-Flow Apparatus.
Biophys. J. 91
, 4605-4610. PMID: 17012324. PMCID: PMC1779911.

Kintses, B., Gyimesi, M., Pearson, D.S., Geeves, M.A., Zeng, W., Bagshaw, C.R., and Málnási-Csizmadia, A. (2007).
Reversible Movement of Switch 1 Loop of Myosin Determines Actin Interaction.
EMBO J. 26, 265-274. PMID: 17213877. PMCID: PMC1782383.

Gyimesi, M., Tsaturyan, A.K., Kellermayer, M.S.Z., and Málnási-Csizmadia, A. (2008).
Kinetic Characterization of the Function of Myosin Loop 4 in the Actin-Myosin Interaction.
Biochemistry 47
, 283-291. PMID: 18067324.

Gyimesi, M., Kintses, B., Bodor, A., Perczel, A., Fischer, S.,  Bagshaw, C.R., and Málnási-Csizmadia, A. (2008).
The Mechanism of the Reverse Recovery Step, Phosphate Release, and Actin Activation of Dictyostelium Myosin II.
J. Biol. Chem. 283
, 8153-8163. PMID: 18211892.

Gyimesi, M., Sarlós, K., Derényi, I., and Kovács, M. (2010).
Streamlined Determination of Processive Run Length and Mechanochemical Coupling of Nucleic Acid Motor Activities.
Nucleic Acids Res. 38
, e102, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkq014. PMID: 20123728. PMCID: PMC2853143.

Gyimesi, M., Sarlós, K., Derényi, I., and Kovács, M. (2010).
Processive Translocation Mechanism of the Human Bloom's Syndrome Helicase Along Single-Stranded DNA.
Nucleic Acids Res. 38
, 4404-4414. PMID: 20211839. PMCID: PMC2910040.

Takács, B., Billington, N., Gyimesi, M., Kintses, B., Málnási-Csizmadia, A., Knight, P.J., and Kovács, M. (2010).
Myosin Complexed with ADP and Blebbistatin Reversibly Adopts a Conformation Resembling the Start Point of the Working Stroke.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 107
, 6799-6804. PMID: 20351242. PMCID: PMC2872372.

Nagy, N.T., Sakamoto, T., Takács, B., Gyimesi, M., Hazai, E., Bikádi, Z., Sellers, J.R., and Kovács, M. (2010).
Functional Adaptation of the Switch-2 Nucleotide Sensor Enables Rapid Processive Translocation by Myosin-5.
, 4480-4490. PMID: 20631329. PMCID: PMC2974419.

Gyimesi, M., Harami, G.M., Sarlós, K., Hazai, E., Bikádi, Z., and Kovács, M. (2012)
Complex Activities of the Human Bloom's Syndrome Helicase are Encoded in a Core Region Comprising the RecA and Zn-Binding Domains.
Nucleic Acids Res. 40
, 3952-3963. PMID: 22253018. PMCID: PMC3351180.

Sarlós, K., Gyimesi, M., and Kovács, M. (2012).
RecQ Helicase Translocates Along Single-Stranded DNA with a Moderate Processivity and Tight Mechanochemical Coupling.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 109, 9804-9809. PMID: 22665805. PMCID: PMC3382518.

Harami, G.M., Gyimesi, M., Kovács, M. (2013).
From keys to bulldozers: expanding roles for winged helix domains in nucleic-acid-binding proteins.
Trends Biochem. Sci
. 38:364-71. PMID: 23768997.

Gyimesi, M., Pires, R.H., Billington, N., Sarlos, K., Kocsis, Z.S., Modos, K., Kellermayer, M.S., and Kovács, M. (2013).
Visualization of human Bloom's syndrome helicase molecules bound to homologous recombination intermediates.
:4954-64. PMID: 24005907; PMCID: PMC3834772.