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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Original Research)

  1. Stereoelectronic and steric effects in side chains preorganize a protein main chain. Matthew D. Shoulders, Kenneth A. Satyshur, Katrina T. Forest, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 107, 559–564. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  2. Fermentable sugars by chemical hydrolysis of biomass. Joseph B. Binder and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 107, 4516–4521. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  3. n→π* Interaction and n)(π Pauli repulsion are antagonistic for protein stability. Charles E. Jakobsche, Amit Choudhary, Scott J. Miller, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Journal of the American Chemical Society 132, 6651–6653. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  4. Image of CoverCOVER ARTICLE: Mechanistic insights on the conversion of sugars into 5-hydroxymethylfurfural. Joseph B. Binder, Anthony V. Cefali, Jacqueline J. Blank, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Energy & Environmental Science 3, 765–771. [PDF]
  5. A stereoelectronic effect in prebiotic nucleotide synthesis. Amit Choudhary, Kimberli J. Kamer, Matthew W. Powner, John D. Sutherland, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). ACS Chemical Biology 5, 655–657. [PubMed] [PDF]
  6. n→π* Interactions in proteins. Gail J. Bartlett, Amit Choudhary, Ronald T. Raines, and Derek N. Woolfson (2010). Nature Chemical Biology 6, 615–620. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  7. Modulation of an n→π* interaction with α-fluoro groups. Amit Choudhary, Charles G. Fry, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). ARKIVOC 251–262. [PDF]
  8. The aberrance of the 4S diastereomer of 4-hydroxyproline. Matthew D. Shoulders, Frank W. Kotch, Amit Choudhary, Ilia A. Guzei, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Journal of the American Chemical Society 132, 10857–10865. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  9. Antitumor activity of ribonuclease multimers created by site-specific covalent tethering. Thomas J. Rutkoski, John A. Kink, Laura E. Strong, Christine I. Schilling, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Bioconjugate Chemistry 21, 1691–1702. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  10. Image of CoverCOVER ARTICLE: Synthesis of furfural from xylose and xylan. Joseph B. Binder, Jacqueline J. Blank, Anthony V. Cefali, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). ChemSusChem 3, 1268–1272. [PubMed] [PDF]
  11. Oligomers of a 5-carboxy-methanopyrrolidine β-amino acid. A search for order. Grant R. Krow, Nian Liu, Matthew Sender, Guoliang Lin, Ryan Centafont, Philip E. Sonnet, Charles DeBrosse, Charles W. Ross, III, Patrick J. Carroll, Matthew D. Shoulders, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Organic Letters 12, 5438–5441. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  12. Cellular uptake of ribonuclease A relies on anionic glycans. Tzu-Yuan Chao, Luke D. Lavis, and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Biochemistry 49, 10666–10673. [PubMed] [PDF]

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Reviews)

  1. Advances in bioconjugation. Jeet Kalia and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Current Organic Chemistry 14, 138–147.  [PubMed] [PDF]
  2. Prolyl 4-hydroxylase. Kelly L. Gorres and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Critical Reviews in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 45, 106–124. [PubMed] [PDF]

Conference Proceedings

  1. n→π* Interactions in the molecules of life. Amit Choudhary and Ronald T. Raines (2010). In Peptides 2010: Tales of Peptides. Proceedings of the 31<st< European Peptide Symposium (Michal Lebl, Morten Meldal, Knud J. Jensen, and Thomas Hoeg-Jensen, Eds.), pp. 2–3, Prompt Scientific Publishing, San Diego, [PDF]


  1. Carpe diubiquitin. Langdon J. Martin and Ronald T. Raines (2010). Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49, 9042–9044. [PubMed] [PDF]