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Ryan KR, Leung RS, Jensen RE.  1998.  Characterization of the mitochondrial inner membrane translocase complex: the Tim23p hydrophobic domain interacts with Tim17p but not with other Tim23p molecules. Molecular and cellular biology. 18(1):178-87.
Ryan KR, Judd EM, Shapiro L.  2002.  The CtrA response regulator essential for Caulobacter crescentus cell-cycle progression requires a bipartite degradation signal for temporally controlled proteolysis. Journal of molecular biology. 324(3):443-55.
Judd EM, Ryan KR, Moerner WE, Shapiro L, McAdams HH.  2003.  Fluorescence bleaching reveals asymmetric compartment formation prior to cell division in Caulobacter. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100(14):8235-40.
Shepard LA, Heuck AP, Hamman BD, Rossjohn J, Parker MW, Ryan KR, Johnson AE, Tweten RK.  1998.  Identification of a membrane-spanning domain of the thiol-activated pore-forming toxin Clostridium perfringens perfringolysin O: an alpha-helical to beta-sheet transition identified by fluorescence spectroscopy. Biochemistry. 37(41):14563-74.
Ryan KR, Jensen RE.  1993.  Mas6p can be cross-linked to an arrested precursor and interacts with other proteins during mitochondrial protein import. The Journal of biological chemistry. 268(32):23743-6.
Ryan KR, Jensen RE.  1995.  Protein translocation across mitochondrial membranes: what a long, strange trip it is. Cell. 83(4):517-9.
Ryan KR, Menold MM, Garrett S, Jensen RE.  1994.  SMS1, a high-copy suppressor of the yeast mas6 mutant, encodes an essential inner membrane protein required for mitochondrial protein import. Molecular biology of the cell. 5(5):529-38.
Davis AJ, Ryan KR, Jensen RE.  1998.  Tim23p contains separate and distinct signals for targeting to mitochondria and insertion into the inner membrane. Molecular biology of the cell. 9(9):2577-93.