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Publications—2016


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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Original Research)

  1. Crystal structure of N-(3-oxobutanoyl)-L-homoserine lactone. Robert W. Newberry and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Acta Crystallographica E72, 136–139. [PubMed] [PDF]
  2. Selective inhibition of collagen prolyl 4-hydroxylase in human cells. James D. Vasta, Kristen A. Andersen, Kathryn M. Deck, Christopher P. Nizzi, Richard S. Eisenstein, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). ACS Chemical Biology 11, 193–199. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  3. Boronic acid for the traceless delivery of proteins into cells. Kristen A. Andersen, Thomas P. Smith, Jo E. Lomax, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). ACS Chemical Biology 11, 319–323. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  4. 1,3-Dipolar cycloadditions of diazo compounds in the presence of azides. Matthew R. Aronoff, Brian Gold, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Organic Letters 18, 1538–1541. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  5. Rapid cycloaddition of a diazo compound with an unstrained dipolarophile. Matthew R. Aronoff, Brian Gold, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Tetrahedron Letters 57 2347–2350. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  6. Human collagen prolyl 4-hydroxylase is activated by ligands for its iron center. James D. Vasta and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Biochemistry 55, 3224–3233. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  7. Replacing a single atom accelerates the folding of a protein and increases its thermostability. Ulrich Arnold and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 14, 6780–6785. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  8. Decreasing distortion energies without strain: Diazo-selective 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions. Brian Gold, Matthew R. Aronoff, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Journal of Organic Chemistry 81, 5998–6006. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  9. nπ* Interactions are competitive with hydrogen bonds. Robert W. Newberry, Samuel J. Orke, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Organic Letters 18, 3614–361. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  10. 1,3-Dipolar cycloaddition with diazo groups: Noncovalent interactions overwhelm strain. Brian Gold, Matthew R. Aronoff, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Organic Letters 18, 4466–4469. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  11. Image of CoverCOVER ARTICLE: Peptide tessellation yields micrometre-scale collagen triple helices. I. Caglar Tanrikulu, Audrey Forticaux, Song Jin, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Nature Chemistry 8, 1008–1014. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  12. A prevalent intraresidue hydrogen bond stabilizes proteins. Robert W. Newberry and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Nature Chemical Biology 12, 1084–1088. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information 1] [Supporting Information 2]
  13. PTENpred: A designer protein impact predictor for PTEN-related disorders. Sean B. Johnston and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Journal of Computational Biology 23, 969–975. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information] [Website]
  14. Knockout of the ribonuclease inhibitor gene leaves human cells vulnerable to secretory ribonucleases. Sydney P. Thomas, Eunji Kim, Jin-Soo Kim, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Biochemistry 55, 6359–6362. [PubMed] [PDF] [Supporting Information]
  15. Image of CoverCOVER ARTICLE: Anchoring a cytoactive factor in a wound bed promotes healing. Sayani Chattopadhyay, Kathleen M. Gutherie, Leandro Teixeira, Christopher J. Murphy, Richard R. Dubielzig, Jonathan F. McAnulty, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine 10, 1012–1020. [PubMed] [PDF]

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article (Review)

  1. Diazo compounds: Versatile tools for chemical biology. Kalie A. Mix, Matthew R. Aronoff, and Ronald T. Raines (2016). ACS Chemical Biology 11, 3233–3244. [PubMed] [PDF]