Biology Reference
In-Depth Information
51. Holmgren SK, Taylor KM, Bretscher LE, Raines RT (1998) Code for collagen's stability
deciphered. Nature 392(6677):666-667
52. Holmgren SK, Bretscher LE, Taylor KM, Raines RT (1999) A hyperstable collagen mimic.
Chem Biol 6(2):63-70
53. Eberhardt ES, Panasik N, Raines RT (1996) Inductive effects on the energetics of prolyl
peptide bond isomerization: implications for collagen folding and stability. J Am Chem Soc
54. Moroder L, Budisa N (2010) Synthetic biology of protein folding. Chem Phys Chem 11(6):
55. Budisa N (2004) Prolegomena to future experimental efforts on genetic code engineering by
expanding its amino acid repertoire. Angew Chem Int Ed 43(47):6426-6463
56. Xiao GY, Parsons JF, Tesh K, Armstrong RN, Gilliland GL (1998) Conformational changes in
the crystal structure of rat glutathione transferase m1-1 with global substitution of 3-fluor-
otyrosine for tyrosine. J Mol Biol 281(2):323-339
57. Bae JH, Pal PP, Moroder L, Huber R, Budisa N (2004) Crystallographic evidence for isomeric
chromophores in 3-fluorotyrosyl-green fluorescent protein. Chem Bio Chem 5(5):720-722
58. Seifert MH, Ksiazek D, AzimMK, Smialowski P, Budisa N, Holak TA (2002) Slow exchange
in the chromophore of a green fluorescent protein variant. J Am Chem Soc 124(27):
59. Hoesl MG, Larregola M, Cui H, Budisa N (2010) Azatryptophans as tools to study
polarity requirements for folding of green fluorescent protein. J Pept Sci 16(10):589-595
60. Andrews BT, Schoenfish AR, Roy M, Waldo G, Jennings PA (2007) The rough energy
landscape of superfolder gfp is linked to the chromophore. J Mol Biol 373:476-490
61. Barondeau DP, Putnam CD, Kassmann CJ, Tainer JA, Getzoff ED (2003) Mechanism and
energetics of green fluorescent protein chromophore synthesis revealed by trapped intermedi-
ate structures. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 100(21):12111-12116
62. Reid BG, Flynn GC (1997) Chromophore formation in green fluorescent protein. Biochemis-
try 36(22):6786-6791
63. Ward WW, Prentice HJ, Roth AF, Cody CW, Reeves SC (1982) Spectral perturbations of
mutants of recombinant Aequorea victoria green-fluorescent protein. Photochem Photobiol
64. Chen MC, Lambert CR, Urgitis JD, Zimmer M (2001) Photoisomerization of green fluores-
cent protein and the dimensions of the chromophore cavity. Chem Phys 270(1):157-164
65. Wachter RM, Elsliger MA, Kallio K, Hanson GT, Remington SJ (1998) Structural basis of
spectral shifts in the yellow-emission variants of green fluorescent protein. Structure 6
66. Villoing A, Ridhoir M, Cinquin B, Erard M, Alvarez L, Vallverdu G, Pernot P, Grailhe R,
Merola F, Pasquier H (2008) Complex fluorescence of the cyan fluorescent protein: compar-
isons with the h148d variant and consequences for quantitative cell imaging. Biochemistry 47
67. Reid KSC, Lindley PF, Thornton JM (1985) Sulfur-aromatic interactions in proteins. FEBS
Lett 190(2):209-213
68. Viguera AR, Serrano L (1995) Side-chain interactions between sulfur-containing amino acids
and phenyalanine in alpha-helices. Biochemistry 34(27):8771-8779
69. Bae JH, Alefelder S, Kaiser JT, Friedrich R, Moroder L, Huber R, Budisa N (2001) Incorpora-
tion of beta-selenolo 3, 2-b pyrrolyl-alanine into proteins for phase determination in protein x-
ray crystallography. J Mol Biol 309(4):925-936
70. Kurschus FC, Pal PP, Baumler P, Jenne DE, Wiltschi B, Budisa N (2009) Gold fluorescent
annexin a5 as a novel apoptosis detection tool. Cytom A 75A(7):626-633
71. Ernst JD, Mall A, Chew G (1994) Annexins possess functionally distinguishable ca2+ and
phospholipid binding domains. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 200(2):867-876
Search WWH ::

Custom Search