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2020

VanKeuren AM, Tasi CW, Balderas E, Rodriguez M, Chaudhuri D, & Tsai MF.
Mechanisms of EMRE-dependent MCU opening in the mitochondrial calcium uniporter complex.
Cell Reports. 33: 108486.

Fan M, Zhang J, Tasi CW, Orlando BJ, Rodriguez M, Xu Y, Liao M, *Tsai MF, & *Liang F.
Structure and mechanism of the mitochondrial Ca2+ uniporter holocomplex.
Nature. 582: 129-133. (*co-corresponding authors).

2019

Phillips CB, Tsai CW, & Tsai MF.
The Conserved Aspartate Ring of MCU Mediates MICU1 Binding and Regulation in the Mitochondrial Calcium Uniporter Complex.
eLife. 8: e41112.

2018

Tsai CW & Tsai MF.
Electrical Recordings of the Mitochondrial Calcium Uniporter in Xenopus Oocytes.
Journal of General Physiology. 150: 1035-1043.

2017

Tsai CW, Wu Y, Pao PC, Phillips CB, Williams C, Miller C, Ranaghan M, & Tsai MF.
Proteolytic Control of the Mitochondrial Calcium Uniporter Complex.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 114: 4388-4393.

Selected publications before 2016

Tsai MF, Phillips CB, Ranaghan M, Tsai CW, Williams C, & Miller C.
Dual Functions of a Small Regulatory Subunit in the Mitochondrial Calcium Uniporter.
eLife. (2016) 5: e15545.

Tsai MF, & Miller C.
Building a Temperature-Sensitive Ion Channel.
Cell. (2015) 158: 977-979

Tsai MF, Jiang D, Zhao L, Clapham D, & Miller C.
Functional Reconstitution of the Mitochondrial H+/Ca2+ Exchanger Letm1.
Journal of General Physiology. (2014) 143: 67-73.

Tsai MF, McCarthy P, & Miller C.
Substrate Selectivity in Glutamate-Dependent Acid Resistance in Enteric Bacteria.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2013) 110: 5898-5902.

Tsai MF, & Miller C.
Substrate Selectivity in Arginine-Dependent Acid Resistance in Enteric Bacteria.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2013) 110: 5893-5897.

Tsai MF, Fang Y, & Miller C.
Sided Functions of an Arginine-Agmatine Antiporter Oriented in Liposomes.
Biochemistry. (2012) 52: 1577-1585.

Tsai MF, Jih KY, Shimizu H, Li M, & Hwang TC.
Optimization of the Degenerated Interfacial ATP Binding Site Improves the Function of Disease-Related Mutany Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator Channels.
Journal of Biological Chemistry. (2010) 285: 37663-37671.

Tsai MF, Li M, & Hwang TC.
Stable ATP Binding Mediated by a Partial NBD Dimer of the CFTR Chloride Channel.
Journal of General Physiology. (2010) 135: 399-414.