For a complete list of publications see:

Lee M, Cooray NDG and Maher MJ (2017) The crystal structures of a copper-bound metallochaperone from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, J Inorg Biochem., 177: 368-374.

Edgar RJ, Hampton GE, Garcia GPC, Maher MJ, Perugini MA, Ackerley DF and Lamont IL (2017) Integrated activities of two alternative sigma factors coordinate iron acquisition and uptake by Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Mol Microbiol., 106(6): 891-904.

Hsiao JC, McGrath AP, Kielmann L, Kalimuthu P, Darain F, Bernhardt PV, Harmer J, Lee M, Meyers K, Maher MJ and Kappler U (2017) The central active site arginine in sulfite oxidizing enzymes alters kinetic properties by controlling electron transfer and redox interactions, Biochim Biophys Acta., 1859(1): 19-27.

McGrath AP, Laming EM, Casas Garcia GP, Kvansakul M, Guss JM, Trewhella J, Calmes B, Bernhardt PV, Hanson GR, Kappler U and Maher MJ (2015) Structural basis of interprotein electron transfer in bacterial sulfite oxidation, eLife, doi: 10.7554/eLife.09066.

Stroud DA, Maher MJ, Lindau C, Vögtle FN, Frazier AE, Surgenor E, Mountford H, Singh AP, Bonas M, Oeljeklaus S, Warscheid B, Meisinger C, Thorburn DR and Ryan MT (2015) COA6 is a mitochondrial IV assembly factor critical for biogenesis of mtDNA-encoded COX2, Hum Mol Genet.,  24(19): 5404-15.

Begg SL, Eijkelkamp BA, Luo Z, Couñago RM, Morey JR, Maher MJ, Kobe B, O'Mara ML, Paton JC and McDevitt CA (2015) Dysregulation of transition metal-ion homeostasis is the molecular basis for cadmium toxicity in Streptococcus pneumonia, Nat Commun., 6: 6418.

Guilfoyle AP, Deshpande CN, Font J, Ash M-R, Tourle S, Schenk G, Maher MJ and Jormakka M (2014) A GTPase chimera illustrates an uncoupled nucleotide affinity and release rate, providing insight into the activation mechanism, Biophys J.,107(12): L45-8.

Guilfoyle AP, Deshpande CN, Schenk G, Maher MJ and Jormakka M (2014) Exploring the correlation between the sequence composition of the nucleotide binding G5 loop of the FeoB GTPase domain (NFeoB) and the intrinsic GDP release rate, Biosci Rep., 34(6): e00158.

Guilfoyle AP, Deshpande CN, Vincent K, Pedroso MM, Schenk G, Maher MJ and Jormakka M (2014) Structural and functional analysis of a FeoB A143S G5 loop mutant explains the accelerated GDP release rate, FEBS J., 281(9): 2254-65.

Kappler U and Maher MJ (2013) The bacterial SoxAX cytochromes, Cell Mol Life Sci., 70(6): 977-92.

Deshpande CN, McGrath AP, Font J, Guilfoyle AP, Maher MJ and Jormaka M (2013) Structure of an atypical FeoB G-domain reveals a putative domain-swapped dimer, Acta Cryst Sect F Struct Biol Cryst Commun., 69(4): 399-404.

Iwata M, Lee Y, Yamashita T, Yagi T, Iwata S, Cameron AD and Maher MJ (2012) The structure of the yeast NADH dehydrogenase (Ndi1) reveals overlapping binding sites for water- and lipid-soluble substrates, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 109(38): 15247-52.

Laming EM, McGrath AP, Guss JM, Kappler U and Maher MJ (2012) The X-ray crystal structure of a pseudoazurin from Sinorhizobium meliloti, J Inorg Biochem., 115: 148-54.

Ash MR, Maher MJ, Guss JM and Jormakka M (2012) The cation-dependent G-proteins: in a class of their own, FEBS Lett., 586: 2218-24.

Ash M-R, Maher MJ, Guss JM and Jormakka M (2011) The structure of a N11A mutant from the G-protein domain of FeoB, Acta Cryst Sect F Struct Biol Cryst Commun., 67(12): 1511-15.

Ash M-R, Maher MJ, Guss JM and Jormakka M (2011) A suite of Switch I and Switch II mutant structures from the G-protein  domain of FeoB, Acta Cryst D Biol Crystallogr., 67(11): 973-80.

Ash M-R, Maher MJ, Guss J and Jormakka M (2011) The initiation of GTP hydrolysis by the G-domain of FeoB: insights from a transition-state complex structure, PloS One, 6(8): e23355.

Ash M-R, Chong LX, Maher MJ, Hinds MG,  Xiao Z and Wedd AG (2011) Molecular basis of the cooperative binding of Cu(I) and  Cu(II) to the CopK protein from Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34, Biochemistry, 50(43): 9237-47.

Kilmartin JR, Maher MJ, Krusong K, Noble CJ, Hanson GR, Bernhardt PV, Riley MJ and Kappler U (2011) Insights into structure and function of the active site of SoxAX cytochromes, J Biol Chem., 286(28): 24872-81.