Publications and Presentations

Peer reviewed Publications (* denotes book chapters and invited commentaries underlined denotes role as contributing author):

1.  Köster DV, Mayor S. Cortical actin and the plasma membrane: inextricably intertwined. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 2016 Feb;38:81-9. doi: 10.1016/j.ceb.2016.02.021. Epub 2016 Mar 15. Review.

2.  Köster DV, Husain K, Iljazi E, Bhat A, Bieling P, Mullins RD, Rao M, Mayor S.

Actomyosin dynamics drive local membrane component organization in an in vitro active composite layer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 Mar 22;113(12):E1645-54. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1514030113. Epub 2016 Feb 29..

3.  Saha, S., Anilkumar, A. A., and S. Mayor, (2016). GPI-anchored protein organization and dynamics at the cell surface J Lipid Res. 2016 Feb;57(2):159-75.

4.  van Zanten TS, Mayor S. Current approaches to studying membrane organization. F1000Res. 2015 Nov 30;4. pii: F1000 Faculty Rev-1380. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.6868.1.

5.  Rajaraman P, Dey B, Majumder PP, Mayor S, Pillai MR, Ramaswamy S, Shaha C, Johnson M, Sivaram S, Trimble EL, Harlow EE, VijayRaghavan K. First International Workshops on Provocative Questions (PQ) in Cancer Research, October-November 2014, New Delhi, Bengaluru, and Thiruvananthapuram, India. J Cancer Policy. 2015 Dec 1;6:33-36.

6.  Parchure, A., Vyas, N., Ferguson, C., Parton, R., and Mayor, S. (2015), Oligomerization and endocytosis of Hedgehog is necessary for its efficient exovesicular secretion" Mol. Biol. Cell. Dec 26(25):4700-17..

7.  Saha, S. Lee, Il-Hyung, Polley, A., Groves, J.T., Rao, M. and Mayor, S. (2015) Diffusion of GPI-anchored proteins is influenced by the activity of dynamic cortical actin. Mol. Biol. Cell. doi:10.1091/mbc.E15-06-0397.

8.  Kosmalska, A.J., L. Casares, A. Elosegui-Artola, J.J. Thottacherry, R. Moreno-Vicente, V. Gonzalez-Tarrago, M.A. del Pozo, S. Mayor, M. Arroyo, D. Navajas, X. Trepat, N.C. Gauthier, and P. Roca-Cusachs. (2015.) Physical principles of membrane remodelling during cell mechanoadaptation. Nat Commun. 6:7292.

9.  *S. Mayor The shifting geography and language of cell biology. (2015).  J Cell Biol.;209(3):323-5

10.  Shrivastava, R., D. Koster, S. Kalme, S. Mayor, and M. Neerathilingam. (2015). Tailor-made ezrin actin binding domain to probe its interaction with actin in-vitro. PLoS One. 10:e0123428.

11.  Saha, S., R. Raghupathy, and S. Mayor. (2015). Homo-FRET imaging highlights the nanoscale organization of cell surface molecules. Methods Mol Biol. 1251:151-173.

12.  Raghupathy, R., A.A. Anilkumar, A. Polley, P.P. Singh, M. Yadav, C. Johnson, S. Suryawanshi, V. Saikam, S.D. Sawant, A. Panda, Z. Guo, R.A. Vishwakarma, M. Rao, and S. Mayor. 2015. Transbilayer lipid interactions mediate nanoclustering of lipid-anchored proteins. Cell. 161:581-594.

13.  Lee, I.H., S. Saha, A. Polley, H. Huang, S. Mayor, M. Rao, and J.T. Groves. 2015. Live Cell Plasma Membranes Do Not Exhibit a Miscibility Phase Transition over a Wide Range of Temperatures. The journal of physical chemistry. B. 119:4450-4459.

14.  Johannes, L., R.G. Parton, P. Bassereau, and S. Mayor. 2015. Building endocytic pits without clathrin. Nature Reviews. Molecular cell biology. 16:311-321.

15.  * Ghosh, S. and Mayor, S.  (2015) An active basis for the nanoscopic organization of membrane components in living cell membranes in "Cell Membrane Nanodomains: from Biochemistry to Nanoscopy", Taylor and Francis. 490 pp.

16.  Baral, A., N.G. Irani, M. Fujimoto, A. Nakano, S. Mayor, and M.K. Mathew. 2015. Salt-Induced Remodeling of Spatially Restricted Clathrin-Independent Endocytic Pathways in Arabidopsis Root Plant Cell. 27:1297-1315.

17.  Yadav, M., R. Raghupathy, V. Saikam, S. Dara, P.P. Singh, S.D. Sawant, S. Mayor, and R.A. Vishwakarma. 2014. Synthesis of non-hydrolysable mimics of glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI) anchors. Organic & biomolecular chemistry. 12:1163-1172.

18.  Rao, M., and S. Mayor. 2014. Active organization of membrane constituents in living cells. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 29:126-132.

19.  Polley, A., S. Mayor, and M. Rao. 2014. Bilayer registry in a multicomponent asymmetric membrane: dependence on lipid composition and chain length. The Journal of chemical physics. 141:064903.

20.  Mayor, S., R.G. Parton, and J.G. Donaldson. 2014. Clathrin-independent pathways of endocytosis. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol. 6:a016758.

21.  Manzo, C., T.S. van Zanten, S. Saha, J.A. Torreno-Pina, S. Mayor, and M.F. Garcia-Parajo. 2014. PSF decomposition of nanoscopy images via Bayesian analysis unravels distinct molecular organization of the cell membrane. Scientific reports. 4:4354.

22.  Gupta, G. D., et al. (2014). "Population distribution analyses reveal a hierarchy of molecular players underlying parallel endocytic pathways." PLoS One 9(6): e100554.

23.  Yadav, M., R. Raghupathy, V. Saikam, et al. "Synthesis of Non-Hydrolysable Mimics of Glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI) Anchors." Org Biomol Chem 12, no. 7 (2014): 1163-72.

24.  Dey, G., G. D. Gupta, B. Ramalingam, et al. "Exploiting Cell-to-Cell Variability to Detect Cellular Perturbations." PLoS One 9, no. 3 (2014): e90540.

25.  Saha, R., P. K. Verma, S. Rakshit, et al. "Light Driven Ultrafast Electron Transfer in Oxidative Redding of Green Fluorescent Proteins." Sci Rep 3 (2013): 1580.

26.  Pols, M. S., E. van Meel, V. Oorschot, et al. "Hvps41 and Vamp7 Function in Direct Tgn to Late Endosome Transport of Lysosomal Membrane Proteins." Nat Commun 4 (2013): 1361.

27.  * Mayor, S. "Biological Research in India. An Interview with Dr Satyajit Mayor, by Barbara Pauly." EMBO Rep 14, no. 3 (2013): 239-41

28.  Maaike S. Pols, Eline van Meel, Viola Oorschot, Corlinda ten Brink, Minoru Fukuda, M.G. Swetha, Satyajit Mayor & Judith Klumperman (2012) hVps41 and VAMP7 function in direct TGN to late endosome transport of lysosomal membrane proteins. Nature Communications Nat Commun. 2013;4:1361.

29.  *Brodsky, F.M., Thattai, M., and Mayor, S. (2012). Evolutionary cell biology: Lessons from diversity. Nat Cell Biol 14, 651.

30.  Gowrishankar, K., Ghosh, S., Saha, S., C, R., Mayor, S., and Rao, M. (2012). Active remodeling of cortical actin regulates spatiotemporal organization of cell surface molecules. Cell 149, 1353-1367.

31.  Ghosh, S. Saha, S., Goswami, D., Bilgrami, S., Mayor, S. (2012). Dynamic imaging of homo-FRET in live cells by fluorescence anisotropy microscopy. Methods Enzymol.  505:291-327.

32.  *Mayor S. Cell Biology in India: the future needs an international perspective. Nat Cell Biol. 2011 Dec 1;13(12):1385.

33.  Chaudhuri, A, Bhattacharya, Gowrishankar, K. Mayor, S. Rao, M., (2011) Spatiotemporal regulation of chemical reactions by active cytoskeletal remodeling Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.; 108(36):14825-30..

34.  *Mayor, S. (2011). "Need tension relief fast? Try caveolae." Cell 144(3): 323-324.

35.  Swetha, M., Sriram, V., Krishnan, K.S., Oorschot, V.M.J., Brink, C.t., Klumperman, J., and Mayor, S. (2011). Light regulates a major pathway for delivery of membrane proteins to the endosome in metazoan cells. Traffic.    12(8):1037-55. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0854.2011.01214.x. Epub 2011 May 30.

36.  *Mayor, S. (2011). Turning point: Squishy matter and active chemistry: understanding membrane organization. Nature Cell Biology 13 519.

37.  Tanaka, K. A., K. G. Suzuki, et al. (2010). "Membrane molecules mobile even after chemical fixation." Nat Methods 7(11): 865-866.

38.  *Mayor, S. (2010). "Serendipity and cell biology." Mol Biol Cell 21(22): 3807-3808.

39.  Johannes, L., and Mayor, S. (2010). Induced domain formation in endocytic invagination, lipid sorting, and scission. Cell 142, 507-510.

40.  Howes, M, Kirkham, M, Riches, J., Cortese, K., Walser, P. J., Simpson, F., Hill, M.M., Jones, A., Lundmark, R., Lindsay, Hernandez-Deviez, D. J., Hadzic, G., McCluskey, A.  Bashir, R., Liu, L., Pilch, P.,  McMahon, H., Robinson, P. J.,  Hancock, J.F. Mayor, S., Parton, R.G. (2010) .Clathrin-independent carriers form a high capacity endocytic sorting system at the leading edge of migrating cells. J Cell Biol. Aug 23;190(4):675-91. Epub 2010 Aug 16.

41.  Carvalho, M., Schwudke, D., Sampaio, J.L., Palm, W., Riezman, I., Dey, G., Gupta, G.D., Mayor, S., Riezman, H., Shevchenko, A., et al. (2010). Survival strategies of a sterol auxotroph. Development 137, 3675-3685.

42.  Howes, M., Mayor, S. and Parton, R. (2010). Molecules, mechanisms, and cellular roles of clathrin-independent endocytosis. Curr Opin Cell Biol Aug;22(4):519-27. Epub 2010 May 1. . (2010)

43.  Kumari, S., MG, Swetha., and Mayor, S. Endocytosis unplugged: multiple ways to enter the cell. Cell Res 20, 256-275. (2010).

44.  Gupta, G.D. et al. Analysis of endocytic pathways in Drosophila cells reveals a conserved role for GBF1 in internalization via GEECs. PLoS One 4, e6768 (2009).

45.  Modi, S., Swetha. MG., Goswami, D., Gupta, G. D., Mayor, S., and Krishnan, Y. A DNA nanomachine that maps spatial and temporal pH changes inside living cells. Nat Nanotechnol 4, 325-330. (2009).

46.  Goswami, D., Gowrishankar, K., Bilgrami, S., Ghosh, S., Raghupathy, R., Chadda, R., Vishwakarma, R., Rao, M., and Mayor, S.  Nanoclusters of GPI-anchored proteins are formed by cortical actin-driven activity. Cell 135, 1085-1097(2008).

47.  Chandra, V., Kar-Roy, A., Kumari, S., Mayor, S. & Jameel, S. The hepatitis E virus ORF3 protein modulates epidermal growth factor receptor trafficking, STAT3 translocation, and the acute-phase response. J Virol 82, 7100-10 (2008).

48.  Vyas, N., Goswami, D., Manonmani, A., Sharma, P., Ranganath, H. A., VijayRaghavan, K., Shashidhara, L. S., Sowdhamini, R., and Mayor, S. Nanoscale organization of hedgehog is essential for long-range signaling. Cell 133, 1214-1227 (2008)..

49.  Kumari, S. & Mayor, S. ARF1 is directly involved in dynamin-independent endocytosis. Nat Cell Biol 10, 30-41 (2008).

50.  Kumari, S., Borroni, V., Chaudhry, A., Chanda, B., Massol, R., Mayor, S., and Barrantes, F. J.. Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor is internalized via a Rac-dependent, dynamin-independent endocytic pathway. J Cell Biol 181, 1179-1193 (2008).

51.  Chaudhry, A., Das, S. R., Jameel, S., George, A., Bal, V., Mayor, S., and Rath, S. HIV-1 Nef induces a Rab11-dependent routing of endocytosed immune costimulatory proteins CD80 and CD86 to the Golgi. Traffic 9, 1925-1935 (2008).

52.  *Chadda, R. & Mayor, S. PTRF Triggers a Cave In. Cell 132, 23-4 (2008).

53.  Chaudhry, A., Das, S.R., Jameel, S., George, A., Bal, V., Mayor, S., and Rath, S. (2007). A Two-Pronged Mechanism for HIV-1 Nef-Mediated Endocytosis of Immune Costimulatory Molecules CD80 and CD86. Cell Host and Microbe 1, 37–49.

54.  Altman, D., Goswami, D., Hasson, T., Spudich, J.A., and Mayor, S. (2007). Precise positioning of myosin VI on endocytic vesicles in vivo. PLoS Biol 5, e210.

55.  Chadda, R., Howes, M.T., Plowman, S.J., Hancock, J.F., Parton, R.G., and Mayor, S. (2007). Cholesterol-sensitive Cdc42 activation regulates actin polymerization for endocytosis via the GEEC pathway. Traffic 8, 702-717.

56.  Mayor, S., and Pagano, R.E. (2007). Pathways of clathrin-independent endocytosis. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 8, 603-612.

57.  Mayor, S., Viola, A., Stan, R.V., and del Pozo, M.A. (2006). Flying kites on slippery slopes at Keystone. Symposium on Lipid Rafts and Cell Function. EMBO Rep 7, 1089-1093.

58.  Rajagopal, D., Bal, V., Mayor, S., George, A., and Rath, S. (2006). A role for the Hsp90 molecular chaperone family in antigen presentation to T lymphocytes via major histocompatibility complex class II molecules. Eur J Immunol 36, 828-841.

59.  Sarasij, R.C., Mayor, S., and Rao, M. (2007). Chirality-induced budding: a raft-mediated mechanism for endocytosis and morphology of caveolae? Biophys J 92, 3140-3158.

60.  *Malhotra, V. and Mayor, S. (2006) Cell biology: the Golgi grows up. Nature, 441, 939-940.

61.  Kalia M, Kumari S, Chadda R, Hill MM, Parton RG, et al Mayor, S. (2006) Arf6-independent GPI-anchored protein-enriched early endosomal compartments fuse with sorting endosomes via a Rab5/phosphatidylinositol-3'-kinase-dependent machinery. Mol Biol Cell 17: 3689-3704.

62.  Sharma, P., R. Varma, S. Mayor, (2006)  Biophysical characterization of lipid rafts, in Lipid Rafts and Caveolae ( eds. Christopher Fielding). Wiley-VCH, Verlag GmbH, & Co. KGaA, Weinheim. 278 pages.

63.  Sriram, V. K. S. Krishnan, and S. Mayor, (2006), Biogenesis of Lysosomes, Proc. Indian Natn. Sci Acad. 72: 19-42

64.  *Varma, R. and S. Mayor. 2006.  Homo-FRET microscopy to investigate molecular-scale organization in living cells in Cell Imaging. (eds. David Stephens.)  Methods Express Series, Scion Publishing Ltd, UK.  301p.

65.  Chaudhry, A., S.R. Das, A. Hussain, S. Mayor, A. George, V. Bal, S. Jameel, and S. Rath. 2005. The Nef protein of HIV-1 induces loss of cell surface costimulatory molecules CD80 and CD86 in APCs. J Immunol. 175:4566-74.

66.  *Mayor, S. 2005. Coming home. Nature. 436:488-9.

67.  Rao, M., and S. Mayor. 2005. Use of Forster's resonance energy transfer microscopy to study lipid rafts. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1746:221-33.

68.  Karmakar, S., Raghunathan, V. A. and S. Mayor. Phase behaviour of dipalmitoyl phosphatidylcholine (DPPC)-cholesterol membranes. J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 17 (2005) S1177–S1182

69.  *Mayor, S. ACEing GPI release. Nature Struct. Mol. Biol. 12, 107-8 (2005). 

70.  Kirkham, M. Fujita, A. Chadda, R. Nixon, S. J. Kurzchalia, T. V. Sharma, D. K. Pagano, R. E. Hancock, J. F. Mayor, S. Parton, R. G. Ultrastructural identification of uncoated caveolin-independent early endocytic vehicles. J Cell Biol. 168, 465-76 (2005).

71.  Dani, A., Chaudhry, A., Mukherjee, P., Rajagopal, D., Bhatia, S., George, A., Bal, V., Rath, S., and Mayor, S. (2004). The pathway for MHCII-mediated presentation of endogenous proteins involves peptide transport to the endo-lysosomal compartment. J Cell Sci 117, 4219-4230.

72.  Mayor, S, and Rao, M. (2004). Rafts: Scale dependent active lipid dependent organization at the cell surface. Traffic. 5, 231-240.

73.  Mayor, S., and Riezman, H. (2004). Sorting GPI-anchored proteins. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology. 5, 110-132.

74.  Sabharanjak, S. and Mayor, S. (2004). Folate receptor endocytosis and trafficking. Adv Drug Deliv Rev 56, 1099-1109.

75.  Sharma, P., Varma, R., Sarasij, R. C., Ira, Gousset, K., Krishnamoorthy, G., Rao, M., and Mayor, S. (2004). Nanoscale organization of multiple GPI-anchored proteins in living cell membranes. Cell 116, 577-589.

76.  Zurzolo, C., van Meer, G., and Mayor, S. (2003). The order of rafts. EMBO Reports 4, 1117-1121.

77.  Guha, A., Sriram, V., Krishnan, K. S. & Mayor, S. shibire mutations reveal distinct dynamin-independent and dependent endocytic pathways in primary cultures of Drosophila hemocytes. J. Cell Science 116, 3373-3386. (2003).

78.  Sriram, V., Krishnan, K. S., & Mayor, S. deep-orange and carnation define distinct stages in late endosomal biogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Cell Biology 161, 593-607. (2003).

79.  Sharma, P., Sabharanjak, S. & Mayor, S. Endocytosis of lipid rafts: an identity crisis. Semin Cell Dev Biol 13, 205-14. (2002).

80.  Sabharanjak, S., Sharma, P., Parton, R. G. & Mayor, S. GPI-anchored proteins are delivered to recycling endosomes via a distinct cdc42-regulated, clathrin-independent pinocytic pathway. Dev Cell 2, 411-23. (2002)

81.  Mukherjee, P., Dani, A., Bhatia, S., Singh, N., Rudensky, A. Y. George, A., Bal, V., Mayor, S. & Rath, S. Efficient presentation of both cytosolic and endogenous transmembrane protein antigens on mhc class ii is dependent on cytoplasmic proteolysis. J Immunol 167, 2632-2641. (2001).

82.  Krishnan, R.V, Varma, R. & Mayor, S. Fluorescence methods to probe nanometer-scale organization of molecules in living cell membranes. J. Fluorescence. 11, 211-226. (2001).

83.  Chatterjee, S., Smith, E. R., Hanada, K., Stevens, V. L. & Mayor, S. GPI anchoring leads to sphingolipid-dependent retention of endocytosed proteins in the recycling endosomal compartment. EMBO J. 20, 1583-1592. (2001).

84.  Chatterjee, S. & Mayor, S., The GPI-anchor and protein sorting, Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 58, 1-19. (2001)

85.  *Mayor, S. Functional and structural organization of GPI-anchored proteins in cellular membranes. in Paroxysml nocturnal hemoglobinuria and the GPI-anchored proteins. (eds. Young, N. S. & Moss, J.) pp 221-238 (Academic Press, CA, 2000).

86.  Mayor, S. Analyses of the cell-surface distribution of GPI-anchored proteins. in Methods in Molecular Biology, 116: Protein Lipidation Protocols.  (ed. Gelb, M.S.) 23-36 (Humana Press, NJ, 1999).

87.  *Mayor, S. & Kurzchalia, T.V. Organization of GPI-anchored proteins at the cell surface in Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit 7: GPI-anchored membrane proteins and carbohydrates  (eds. Hoessli, D. & Ilangumaran, S.) pp. 29-42 ( R. G. Landes Bioscience, Austin,Texas, 1999).

88.  Varma, R. & Mayor, S. GPI-anchored proteins are organized in sub-micron sized domains at the cell surface. Nature. 394, 798-810 (1998).

89.  Mayor, S., Sabharanjak, S. & Maxfield, F.R. Cholesterol regulates the retention of GPI-anchored proteins in endosomes. EMBO J. 17, 4626-4638 (1998).

90.  Maxfield, F.R. & Mayor, S. Cell surface dynamics of GPI-anchored proteins. in ADP-Ribosylation in animal tissues: Structure function and biology of mono(ADP-ribosyl) transferases and related enzymes.  (eds. Haag, F. & Koch-Nolte, F.) 355-364. (Plenum Press, New York, 1997).

91.  Presley, J.F., Mayor, S., McGraw, T.E., Dunn, K. & Maxfield, F.R. Baflomycin A1 treatment retards receptor recycling to a greater extent than bulk membrane. J. Biol. Chem. 272, 13929-13936 (1997).

92.  Johnson, A.O., R. N. Ghosh, K. W. Dunn, R. Garippa, G. Park, S. Mayor, F. R. Maxfield, T. E. McGraw 1996 Transferrin receptor containing the SDYQRL motif of TGN38 causes a reorganisation of the recycling compartment but is not targetted to the TGN. J. Cell Biol. 135, 1749-1762. (1996).

93.  Mayor, S. & Maxfield, F.R. Insolubility and redistribution of GPI-anchored proteins at the cell surface after detergent treatment. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 6, 929-44 (1995).

94.  Wagner, M., Hanzel, D.K., Rajasekaran, A.K., Mayor, S. & Rodriguez-Boulan, E. Brefeldin A causes selective structural and functional alterations of the trans-Golgi network of MDCK cells. J. Cell Sci. 107, 933-943 (1994).

95.  Dunn, K.W., Mayor, S., Myers, J.N. & Maxfield, F.R. Applications of ratio fluorescence microscopy in the study of cell physiology. [Review]. Faseb Journal. 8, 573-82 (1994).

96.  Mayor, S., Rothberg, K.G. & Maxfield, F.R. Sequestration of GPI-anchored proteins in caveolae triggered by cross-linking. Science.  264, 1948-51 (1994).

97.  Presley, J.F., et al. The End2 mutation in CHO cells slows the exit of transferrin receptors from the recycling compartment but bulk membrane recycling is unaffected. J. Cell Biol. 122, 1231-41 (1993).

98.  Menon, A.K., Eppinger, M., Mayor, S. & Schwarz, R.T. Phosphatidylethanolamine is the donor of the terminal phosphoethanolamine group in Trypanosome glycosylphosphatidylinositols. EMBO J. 12, 1907-1914 (1993).

99.  Mayor, S., Presley, J.P. & Maxfield, F.R. Sorting of membrane components from endosomes and subsequent recycling to the cell surface occurs by a bulk flow process. J. Cell Biol. 121, 1257-1269 (1993).

100.  *Mayor, S. & Maxfield, F.R. Direct comparision of the endocytic routes of fluorescently-labelled lipids and transferrin in Molecular mechanisms of membrane traffic (eds. Morre, D.J., Howell, K.M. & Bergeron, J.J.M.) 269-272 (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1993).

101.  Mayor, S., Menon, A. K.  & Cross, G. A. M.  1992. Galactose-containing glycosylphosphatidylinositols inTrypanosoma brucei. J. Biol. Chem. , 267:754-761.

102.  Low, P., G. Dallner, Mayor, S. , Cohen, S., Chait, B. T.  & Menon, A. K.  1991. The mevelonate pathway in the bloodstream of Trypanosoma brucei: identification of dolichols containing 11 and 12 isoprene residues. J. Biol. Chem. , 266:19250-19257.

103.  Mayor, S., Menon, A. K.  & Cross, G. A. M.  1991. Transfer of glycosyl-phosphatidylinositol membrane anchors to protein in a cell free system. J. Cell Biol. , 114:61-71.

104.  Mayor, S., Menon, A. K., Cross, G. A. M.,  Ferguson, M. A. J., Dwek , R. A. & Rademacher, T. W.  1990. Glycolipid precursors for the membrane anchor of Trypanosoma brucei variant surface glycoproteins. I. Glycan structure of the phosphatidylinositol-specific phospholipase C sensitive and resistant glycolipids. J Biol Chem , 265:6164-73.

105.  Mayor, S. & Menon, A. K.  1990. Structural analysis of the glycosylinositol phospholipid anchors of membrane proteins. Methods: A Companion to Methods in Enzymology , 1:297-305.

106.  Menon, A. K., Mayor, S. & Schwarz, R. T.  1990. Biosynthesis of glycosyl-phosphatidylinositol lipids in Trypanosoma brucei : involvement of mannosylphosphoryldolichol as the mannose donor. EMBO J. , 9:4249-4258.

107.  Menon, A. K., Schwarz, R. T.,  Mayor, S. & Cross, G. A. M.  1990. Cell-free synthesis of glycosyl-phosphatidylinositol precursors for the glycolipid membrane anchor of Trypanosoma brucei variant surface glycoproteins. Structural characterization of putative biosynthetic intermediates. J. Biol. Chem. , 265:9033-9042.

108.  Mayor, S., Menon,  A. K., & Cross, G. A. M.  1990. Glycolipid precursors for the membrane anchor of Trypanosoma brucei variant surface glycoproteins. II. Lipid structures of phosphatidylinositol-specific phospholipase C sensitive and resistant glycolipids. J. Biol. Chem. , 265:6174-81.

109.  Menon, A. K., Mayor, S., Ferguson, M. A. J., Duszenko, M. &  Cross, G. A. M.  1988. Candidate glycophospholipid precursor for the glycosylphosphatidylinositol membrane anchor of Trypanosoma brucei variant surface glycoprotein. J. Biol. Chem. , 263:1970-1977.

110.  Schwarz, R. T., Mayor, S. , Menon,  A. K.,  & Cross, G. A. M.  1988. Biosynthesis of the glycolipid membrane anchor of Trypanosoma brucei variant surface glycoproteins : involvement of Dol-P-Man. Biochem. Soc. Trans. Lond. , 17:746-748.

111.  Menon, A. K., Schwarz, R. T.,  Mayor, S.  & Cross, G. A. M.  1988. Glycolipid precursor of Trypanosoma brucei variant surface glycoproteins: incorporation of radiolabelled mannose and myristic acid in a cell free system. Biochem. Soc. Trans. Lond. , 16:996-997.

112.  Mayor, S. & Hosur, R. V.  1985. Observation of long-range 1H-1H coupling correlation by two-dimensional SUPERCOSY technique as an aid in resonance assignment. Magn. Reson. Chem. , 23:470-473.