Peer-reviewed publications

  1. Crystal structure of the plant symporter STP10 illuminates sugar uptake mechanism in monosaccharide transporter superfamily.
    Paulsen PA, Custódio TF, Pedersen BP.
    Nat Commun 10, Article 407, (2019).
  2. Crystal structure of the potassium-importing KdpFABC membrane complex.
    Huang CS, Pedersen BP, Stokes DL.
    Nature 546, pp. 681-5, (2017).
  3. Visualising the bacterium Streptococcus Pneumoniae.
    Engholm DH, Goodsell D, Kilian M, Andersen ES, Pedersen BP, Kjærgaard RS.
    Chapter in the anthology “The aesthetics of scientific data representation”, Routledge (2017).
  4. Improved Model of Proton Pump Crystal Structure Obtained by Interactive Molecular Dynamics Flexible Fitting Expands the Mechanistic Model for Proton Translocation in P-Type ATPases.
    Focht D, Croll TI, Pedersen BP, Nissen P.
    Front Physiol. 8, Article 202, (2017).
  5. Expression strategies for structural studies of eukaryotic membrane proteins.
    Lyons JA, Shahsavar A, Paulsen PA, Pedersen BP, Nissen P.
    Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 38, pp. 137–44, (2016).
  6. Mechanism of inhibition of human glucose transporter GLUT1 is conserved between cytochalasin B and phenylalanine amides.
    Kapoor K, Finer-Moore JS, Pedersen BP, Caboni L, Waight A, Hillig RC, Bringmann P, Heisler I, Müller T, Siebeneicher H, Stroud RM.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 113, pp. 4711-6, (2016).
  7. Initiating heavy-atom-based phasing by multi-dimensional molecular replacement.
    Pedersen BP, Gourdon P, Liu X, Karlsen JL, Nissen P.
    Acta Cryst D 72, pp. 440-5, (2016).
  8. General qPCR and plate reader methods for rapid optimization of membrane protein purification and crystallization using thermostability assays.
    Tomasiak T, Pedersen BP, Chaudhary S, Rodriguez A, Colmanares YR, Roe-Zurz Z, Thamminana S, Tessema M, Stroud RM.
    Current Protocols in Protein Science 77, pp 29.11.1-29.11.14 (2014).
  9. Large scale identification and categorization of protein sequences using Structured Logistic Regression.
    Pedersen BP*, Ifrim G*, Liboriussen P*, Axelsen KB, Palmgren MG, Nissen P, Wiuf C, Pedersen CNS.
    PLOS ONE 9, p. e85139, (2014).
  10. Structural basis for alternating access of a eukaryotic calcium/proton exchanger.
    Waight AB, Pedersen BP, Schlessinger A, Bonomi M, Chau BH, Roe-Zurz Z, Risenmay AJ, Sali A, Stroud RM.
    Nature 499, pp. 107-10, (2013).
  11. Crystal structure of a eukaryotic phosphate transporter.
    Pedersen BP, Kumar H, Waight AB, Risenmay AJ, Roe-Zurz Z, Chau BH, Schlessinger A, Harries W, Sali A, Johri AK, Stroud RM.
    Nature 496, pp. 533-6, (2013).
  12. Efficient expression screening of human membrane proteins in transiently transfected Human Embryonic Kidney 293S cells.
    Chaudhary S*, Pak JE*, Pedersen BP, Bang LJ, Zhang LB, Ngaw SM, Green RG, Sharma V, Stroud RM.
    Methods 55, pp. 273-80, (2011).
  13. Crystal structure of a copper-transporting PIB-type ATPase.
    Gourdon P*, Liu XY*, Skjørringe T, Morth JP, Møller LB, Pedersen BP, Nissen P.
    Nature 475, pp. 59-64, (2011).
  14. HiLiDe - Systematic Approach to Membrane Protein Crystallization in Lipid and Detergent.
    Gourdon P, Andersen JL, Hein KL, Bublitz M, Pedersen BP, Liu XY, Yatime L, Nyblom M, Nielsen TT, Olesen C, Møller JV, Nissen P, Morth JP.
    Crystal Growth & Design 11, pp. 2098-106, (2011).
  15. A structural overview of the plasma membrane Na+,K+-ATPase and H+-ATPase ion pumps.
    Morth JP, Pedersen BP, Buch-Pedersen MJ, Andersen JP, Vilsen B, Palmgren MG, Nissen P.
    Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 12, pp. 60-70, (2011).
  16. Structural identification of cation binding pockets in the plasma membrane proton pump.
    Ekberg K*, Pedersen BP*, Sørensen DM*, Nielsen AK, Veierskov B, Nissen P, Palmgren MG, Buch-Pedersen MJ.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 107, pp. 21400-5, (2010).
  17. Structure determination using poorly diffracting membrane protein crystals - Lessons from the H+ and Na+,K+-ATPases.
    Pedersen BP, Morth JP, Nissen P.
    Acta Cryst D 66, pp. 309-13, (2010).
  18. P-type ATPases as drug targets: tools for medicine and science.
    Yatime L, Buch-Pedersen MJ, Musgaard M, Morth JP, Lund Winther AM, Pedersen BP, Olesen C, Andersen JP, Vilsen B, Schiøtt B, Palmgren MG, Møller JV, Nissen P, Fedosova N.
    Biochim Biophys Acta 1787, pp. 207-20, (2009).
  19. Protons and how they are transported by proton pumps.
    Buch-Pedersen MJ, Pedersen BP, Nissen P, Palmgren MG.
    Pflügers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology 457, pp. 573-9, (2009).
  20. Crystal structure of the plasma membrane proton pump.
    Pedersen BP*, Buch-Pedersen MJ*, Morth JP, Palmgren MG, Nissen P.
    Nature 450, pp. 1111-4, (2007).
  21. Crystal structure of the sodium-potassium pump.
    Morth JP, Pedersen BP, Toustrup-Jensen MS, Sørensen TL, Petersen J, Andersen JP, Vilsen B, Nissen P.
    Nature 450, pp. 1043-9, (2007).

Non peer-reviewed publications

  1. Namdinator - Automatic Molecular Dynamics flexible fitting of structural models into cryo-EM and crystallography experimental maps.
    Kidmose RT, Juhl J, Nissen P, Boesen T, Karlsen JL, Pedersen BP.
    bioRxiv 501197; doi: 10.1101/501197, (2018).
  2. Membrane proteins - do we catch up with the breathless pace of soluble protein structural biology?
    Pedersen BP, Nissen P.
    Biochim Biophys Acta. 1850, pp. 447-8, (2015).
  3. Initiating Heavy-atom Based Phasing by Multi-Dimensional Molecular Replacement.
    Pedersen BP, Gourdon P, Liu XY, Karlsen JL, Nissen P.
    arXiv:1403.7484, (2014). Later peer-reviewed and republished in Acta Cryst D72