Publications

Short list of work posted to the web. For complete list, see CV.

Haines, T. H., (2009) A New Look at Cardiolipin, editorial, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1788 1997–2002

Bedke, D., Shibuya, G., Pereira, A., Gerwick, W., Haines, T. H., Vanderwal, C. (2009) Relative stereochemistry determination and synthesis of the major chlorosulfolipid from Ochromonas danica. Journal of the American Chemical Society.

Dante, S., Hauß, T., Dencher, N. A. & Haines, T. H. (2005) Localization of coenzyme Q10 in the center of a deuterated lipid bilayer by neutron diffraction. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Bioenergetics 1710, 57-62.

Haines, T. H. & Dencher, N. A. (2003) Cardiolipin: a proton trap for oxidative phosphorylation FEBS Lett. 528, 35-39. (Includes function of cardiolipin)

Hauss, T., Dante, S., Dencher, N. A., Haines, T. H. (2002) Squalane is in the midplane of the lipid bilayer: implications for its function as a proton permeability barrier. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1556 149-154.

Haines, T. H. (2001) Do sterols reduce proton and sodium leaks through lipid bilayers? Progress in Lipid Research, 40, 299-324. (Includes function of cholesterol)

Mileykovskaya, E., Dowhan, W., Birke, R. L. Zheng, D. & Haines, T. H. (2001) Cardiolipin binds nonyl acridine orange by aggregating the dye at exposed hydrophobic domains on bilayer surfaces. FEBS Letters, 507 187-190.

Paula, S., Volkov, A. G., Van Hoek, A. N., Haines, T. H., Deamer, D. W. (1996) Permeation of Protons, Potassium ions and small polar molecules through phospholipids bilayers as a function of membrane thickness. Biophys. J. 70 339-48. (Shows H2O permeability is unaffected by chainlength.)

Mas-Oliva, J., Velasco-Loyden, G. & Haines, T. H. (1996) Receptor pattern formation as a signal for the capture of lipoproteins. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 224, 212-218.

Haines, T. H. & Liebovitch, L. (1995) A molecular mechanism for the transport of water across phospholipid bilayers. In Permeability and Stability of Lipid Bilayers S. A. Simon and A. Disalvo, eds. CRC Press, Boca Raton FL. (Includes lateral chain movement vs. H2O permeability of bilayers.)

Haines, T. H. (1994) Minireview. Water transport across biological membranes. FEBS Letters 346, 115-122.

Kates, M., Syz, J.Y., Gosser, D. & Haines, T.H. (1993). pH-dissociation characteristics of cardiolipin and its 2'-deoxy analogue. Lipids 28, 877-882.

Haines, T.H. (1983). Anionic lipid headgroups as a proton-conducting pathway along the surface of membranes: a hypothesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 80, 160-164.

Haines, T. H. (1982) A model for transition state dynamics in bilayers. Implications for the role of lipids in biomembrane transport. Biophys. J. 37, 147-9.

Haines, T.H. (1979). A proposal on the function of unsaturated fatty acids and ionic lipids: the role of potential compaction in biological membranes. J. Theor. Biol. 80, 307-323.

Haines, T. H. (1973) Sulfolipids and halosulfolipids. In, Lipids and Biomembranes of Eukaryotic Microorganisms Ed., J. A. Erwin, Academic Press, NY.

Mooney, C. L. & Haines, T. H. (1973) Chlorination and sulfation reactions in the biosynthesis of chlorosulfolipids in Ochromonas danica, in vivo. Biochemistry 12,4469-72.

Mooney, C. L., E. M. Mahoney, M. Pousada & Haines, T. H. (1972) Direct incorporation of fatty acids into the halosulfatides of Ochromonas danica. Biochemistry 11, 4839-44.

Haines, T.H., Pousada, M., Stern, B. & Mayers, G. L. (1969). Microbial Sulpholipids: (R)-13-Chloro-1-(R)-14-docosanediol Disulphate and Polychlorosulpholipids in Ochromonas danica Biochem J., 1969, 113, 565; Printed in Great Britain.

Mayers, G.L., Pousada, M., & Haines, T.H. (1969). Microbial sulfolipids. III. The disulfate of (+)-1,14-docosanediol in Ochromonas danica. Biochemistry 8, 2981-2986.

Gershengorn, M. C., A. R. H. Smith, G. Goulston, L. J. Goad, T. W. Goodwin & Haines, T. H. (1968) The sterols of Ochromonas danica and O. malhamensis. Biochemistry 7, 1698-1708.

Mayers, George L. and Haines, Thomas H. (1967) A Microbial Sulfolipid. II. Structural Studies Biochemistry (1967) 6, 1665.

Haines, T. H. (1967) A New Sulfolipid: Application to Problems of Drug Transport Progress in Biochemical Pharmacology, Vol. 3, pp 184-188.

Haines, Thomas H., (1965) A Microbial Sulfolipid. I. Isolation and Physiological Studies J. Protozoology 12(4), 655-659.

Haines, T.H., S. Aronson, J.L. Gellerman, H. Schlenk. (1962) Occurrence of Arachidonic and Related Acids in the Protozoon Ochromonas danica. Nature, Vol. 194 No. 4835, pp. 1282-1283, June 30, 1962.

Haines, Thomas H. and Block, Richard J. (1962) Sulfur Metabolism in Algae. I. Synthesis of Metabolically Inert Chloroform-Soluble Sulfate Esters by Two Chrysomonads and Chlorella pyrenoidosa J. Protozoology, 9(1), 33-38.

Haines, Thomas H.; Henry, S. Mark; Block, Richard J., (1960) The Sulfur Metabolism of Insects. V. The Ability of Insects to Use Sulfate in the Synthesis of Methionine Contrib. Boyce Thompson Inst. 20(6): 363-364, April-June.


 
 
 
 
 
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