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Publications—2004


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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Original Research)

  1. Glycosylation of onconase increases its conformational stability and toxicity for cancer cells. Byung-Moon Kim, Hana Kim, Ronald T. Raines, and Younghoon Lee (2004) Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 315, 976–983. [PubMed] [PDF]
  2. Pathway for polyarginine entry into mammalian cells. Stephen M. Fuchs and Ronald T. Raines (2004). Biochemistry 43, 2438–2444. [PubMed] [PDF]
  3. Identifying latent enzyme activities: Substrate ambiguity within modern bacterial sugar kinases. Brian G. Miller and Ronald T. Raines (2004). Biochemistry 43, 6387–6392. [PubMed] [PDF]
  4. Identifying latent enzyme activities: Substrate ambiguity within modern bacterial sugar kinases. Brian G. Miller and Ronald T. Raines (2004). Biochemistry 43, 6387–6392. [PubMed] [PDF]
  5. Imaging the binding ability of proteins immobilized on surfaces with different orientations by using liquid crystals. Yan-Yeung Luk, Matthew L. Tingey, Kimberly A. Dickson, Ronald T. Raines, and Nicholas L. Abbott (2004). Journal of the American Chemical Society 126, 9024–9032. [PubMed] [PDF]
  6. Production of human prolyl 4-hydroxylase in Escherichia coli. Elizabeth A. Kersteen, Joshua J. Higgin, and Ronald T. Raines (2004). Protein Expression & Purification 38, 279–291. [PubMed] [PDF]
  7. Image of CoverCOVER ARTICLE: Substituted 2-azabicyclo[2.1.1]hexanes constrained proline analogs: Implications for collagen stability. Cara L. Jenkins, Guoliang Lin, Jingqi Duo, Deepa Rapolu, Ilia A. Guzei, Ronald T. Raines, and Grant R. Krow (2004). Journal of Organic Chemistry 69, 8565–8573; 71, 1754. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]

Conference Proceedings

  1. Protein assembly using the Staudinger ligation. Bradley L. Nilsson, Matthew B. Soellner, and Ronald T. Raines (2004). In Peptide Revolution: Genomics, Proteomics & Therapeutics: Proceedings of the 18th American Peptide Symposium (Michael Chorev and Tomi K. Sawyer, Eds.), pp. 278–279, Kluwer Academic, Norwell, MA. [PDF]
  2. Effect of 4-fluoroproline in the X-position on the stability of the collagen triple helix. Jonathan A. Hodges and Ronald T. Raines (2004). In Peptide Revolution: Genomics, Proteomics & Therapeutics: Proceedings of the 18th American Peptide Symposium (Michael Chorev and Tomi K. Sawyer, Eds.), pp. 472–473, Kluwer Academic, Norwell, MA. [PDF]

Book Chapters

  1. Active site of ribonuclease A. Ronald T. Raines (2004). In Artificial Nucleases (Marina A. Zenkova, Ed.), pp. 19–32, Springer–Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany. [PDF]
  2. Fluorescence gel retardation assay to detect protein–protein interactions. Sang-Hyun Park and Ronald T. Raines (2004). In Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 261: Protein–Protein Interactions (Haian Fu, Ed.), pp. 155–160, Humana Press, Totowa, NJ. [PubMed] [PDF]
  3. Fluorescence polarization assay to quantify protein–protein interactions. Sang-Hyun Park and Ronald T. Raines (2004). In Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 261: Protein–Protein Interactions (Haian Fu, Ed.), pp. 161–165, Humana Press, Totowa, NJ. [PubMed] [PDF]