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2021 (4)

Handcuffing intrinsically disordered regions in Mlh1–Pms1 disrupts mismatch repair
Furman CM, Wang T, Zhao Q, Kumar Y, Yu H, and Alani E. Nucleic Acids Research 2021 16, 9327-9341.
Progress in methodologies and quality-control strategies in protein cross-linking mass spectrometry
Kumar Y, Zhao Q, Gupta S, Xiong D, and Yu H. Proteomics 2021 2100145.
Structural basis of TRAPPIII-mediated Rab1 activation
Joiner AMN, Phillips BP, Kumar Y, Sanford EJ, Smolka MB, Yu H, Miller EA, and Fromme JC. The EMBO Journal 2021 40:e107607.
In-depth and 3-Dimensional Exploration of the Budding Yeast Phosphoproteome
Lanz MC, Kumar Y, Gupta S, Sanford E, Faça V, Vega S, Joiner A, Fromme C, Yu H, and Smolka M. EMBO Reports 2021 22:e51121.

2020 (2)

Structure-based validation can drastically under-estimate error rate in proteome-wide cross-linking mass spectrometry studies
Kumar Y, Wang T, Wierbowski S, Shayhidin EE, and Yu H. Nature Methods 2020 17:985-988.
First published on bioRxiv 2019 (DOI:10.1101/617654)
MaXLinker: proteome-wide cross-link identifications with high specificity and sensitivity
Kumar Y, Wang T, Leung A, Lanz M, Motorykin I, Liang J, Shayhidin E, Smolka M, Zhang S, and Yu H. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 2020 19(3): 554-568.
Highlighted as "Research Highlights"; in Nature Methods; (PDF); First published on bioRxiv 2019 (DOI:10.1101/526897)

2019 (1)

Inferring Protein-Protein Interaction Networks From Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteomic Approaches: A Mini-Review
Kumar Y, Gupta S, and Yu H. Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal 2019 17:805-811.