1. Use of mariner transposases for one-step delivery and integration of DNA in prokaryotes and eukaryotes by transfection
    M. Trubitsyna, G. Michlewski, D. Finnegan, A. Elfick, S. Rosser, J.M. Richardson, C. French, Nucleic Acids Research, 000, (2017)
  2. A bend, flip and trap mechanism for transposon integration. E.R. Morris, H. Grey, G. McKenzie, A.C. Jones and J.M. Richardson. eLIFE, e15537, (2016). (
  3. Structural role of the flanking DNA in mariner transposon excision. Jacqueline Dornan, Heather Grey and Julia M. Richardson. Nucleic Acids Research, 43(4), 2424-2432 (2015).
  4. Structural basis for the inverted repeat preferences of mariner transposases. Maryia Trubitsyna, Heather Grey, Douglas Houston, David Finnegan and Julia M. Richardson. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 290(21), 13531-13540 (2015).
  5. Biochemical characterization and comparison of two closely related active mariner transposases. Maryia Trubitsyna, Elizabeth R. Morris, David J. Finnegan and Julia M. Richardson. Biochemistry 53(4), 682-689 (2014)
  6. Structural basis of Mos1 transposase inhibition by the anti-retroviral drug Raltegravir. Urszula M. Wolkowicz, Elizabeth R. Morris, Michael Robson, Maryia Trubitsyna and Julia M. Richardson. ACS Chemical Biology 9(3), 743-751 (2014)
  7. Biochemical and immunological characterisation of Toxoplasma gondii macrophage migration inhibitory factor. Caroline Sommerville, Julia M. Richardson, Roderick A.M. Williams, Jeremy C. Mottram,Craig W. Roberts, James Alexander and Fiona L. Henriquez. Journal of Biological Chemistry 288(18), 12733-12741 (2013)
  8. Structure of a complex phosphoglycan epitope from gp72 of Trypanosoma cruzi. S. Allen, J.M. Richardson, A. Mehlert and M.A.J. Ferguson. Journal of Biological Chemistry 288(16), 11093-11105 (2013)
  9. Solution conformations of early intermediates in Mos1 transposition. M.G. Cuypers, M. Trubitsyna, P. Callow, V.T. Forsyth, J.M. Richardson. Nucleic Acids Research 41(3), 2020–2033 (2013)
  10. Chemical structure of Trichomonas vaginalis surface lipoglycan: a role for short galactose (b1-4/3) N-acetylglucosamine repeats in host cell interaction. CM. Ryan, A Mehlert, J.M. Richardson, M.A.J. Ferguson, P.J. Johnson. Journal of Biological Chemistry 286(47), 40494-40508 (2011)
  11. Molecular architecture of the Mos1 paired-end complex: the structural basis of DNA transposition in a eukaryote. Julia M. Richardson*, Sean D. Colloms, David J. Finnegan and Malcolm D. Walkinshaw. Cell 138(6), 1096-1108 (2009) *Corresponding author
  12. Structures of Leishmania major orthologues of Macrophage Migration Inhibitory Factor. Julia M. Richardson, Lesley S. Morrison, Nicholas D. Bland, Sandra Bruce, Graham H. Coombs, Jeremy C. Mottram and Malcolm D. Walkinshaw. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 380(3), 442-448 (2009)
  13. Cloning, expression and characterization of FKB-6, the sole large TPR-containing immunophilin from C. elegansJulia M. Richardson, Jacqueline Dornan, Monluedee Opamawutthikul, Sandra Bruce, Antony P. Page and Malcolm D. Walkinshaw. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 360(3), 566-572 (2007)
  14. Crystallization of a Mos1 transposase-inverted-repeat DNA complex: biochemical and preliminary crystallographic analyses. Julia M. Richardson, David J. Finnegan and Malcolm D. Walkinshaw. Acta Crystallographica F63 (5), 434-437 (2007)
  15. Mechanism of Mos1 transposition: insights from structural analysis. Julia M. Richardson, Angela Dawson, Natasha O'Hagan, Paul Taylor, David J. Finnegan and Malcolm D. Walkinshaw. The EMBO Journal 25, 1324–1334 (2006)
  16. Trypanosoma brucei glycoproteins contain novel giant poly-N-acetyl-lactosamine carbohydrate chains. Abdelmadjid Atrih, Julia M. Richardson, Alan R. Prescot and Michael A.J. Ferguson. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 280(2), 865-867 (2005)
  17. Expression, purification and preliminary crystallographic studies of a single point mutant of Mos1 mariner transposase. Julia M. Richardson, Lei Zhang, Severine Marcos, David Finnegan, Marjorie M. Harding, Paul Taylor and Malcolm D. Walkinshaw. Acta Crystallographica D60 (5), 962-964 (2004)
  18. Structure of the glycosylphosphatidylinositol membrane anchor glycan of a class-2 variant surface glycoprotein from Trypanosoma brucei. Angela Mehlert, Julia M. Richardson and Michael A. J. Ferguson. Journal of Molecular Biology, 277 (2), 379-392 (1998)
  19. The glycosylation of the variant surface glycoproteins and procylcic acidic repetitive proteins of Trypanosoma brucei. Mehlert, N. Zitzmann, J.M. Richardson, A. Treumann and M.A.J. Ferguson. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 91(1), 145-152 (1998)
  20. Probing carbohydrate-protein interactions by high-resolution NMR spectroscopy. S.W. Homans, R.A. Field, M.J. Milton, M. Probert and J.M. RichardsonGlycoimmunology 2, 435, 29-38 (1998)
  21. Solution structure of the carbohydrate-binding B-subunit homopentamer of verotoxin VT-1 from E. coli. Julia M. Richardson, Paul D. Evans, Steve W. Homans and Arthur Donohue-Rolfe. Nature Structural Biology, 4(3), 190-193 (1997)
  22. Primary and three dimensional structure of the type II VSG GPI anchor. Julia M. Richardson, Angela Mehlert and Michael A.J. Ferguson. Biochemical Society Transactions 25, S664 (1997)
  23. The core glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchor structures of Trypanosoma brucei variant surface glycoprotein 221. A.Mehlert, J.M. Richardson and M.A.J. Ferguson. Biochemical Society Transactions 25, 13S (1997)
  24. Solution Dynamics of the Oligosaccharide Moiety of Ganglioside GM1: Comparison of the Solution Conformations with the Bound State Conformation in Association with Cholera Toxin B-Pentamer. Julia M. Richardson, Mark J. Milton and Steven W. Homans. Journal of Molecular Recognition 8, 358-362 (1995)  
  25. The lipid structure of the glycophosphaditylinositol-anchored mucin-like sialic-acid acceptors of Trypanosoma cruzi changes during parasite differentiation from epimastigotes to infective metacyclic trypomastigote forms. A.A. Serrano, S. Schenkman, N.Yoshid, A Mehlert, J.M. Richardson and M.A.J. Ferguson. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 270(45), 27244-27253 (1995)
  26. The Use of Heteronuclear Cross-Polarization to Enhance the sensitivity of Triple Resonance NMR Experiments: Improved 4D HCNNH Pulse Sequences.J.M. Richardson, Robin T. Clowes, W. Boucher, Peter J. Domaille, Colin H. Hardman, James Keeler and Ernest Laue. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series B, 101, 223-227 (1993)
  27. Assessment of a Method for the Measurement of Long-Range Heteronuclear Coupling Constants. Julia M. Richardson, Jeremy J. Titman, David Neuhaus and James Keeler. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 93, 533-553 (1991)