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    1. Mulder, FAA; Mittermaier, A; Hon, B; Dahlquist, FW; Kay, LE
      Studying excited states of proteins by NMR spectroscopy

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    2. Giesen, AW; Bae, LC; Barrett, CL; Chyba, JA; Chaykovsky, MM; Cheng, MC; Murray, JH; Oliver, EJ; Sullivan, SM; Brown, JM; Dahlquist, FW; Homans, SW
      Measurement of one-bond H-1(alpha)-C-13(alpha) couplings in backbone-labelled proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR NMR
    3. Goto, NK; Skrynnikov, NR; Dahlquist, FW; Kay, LE
      What is the average conformation of bacteriophage T4 lysozyme in solution?A domain orientation study using dipolar couplings measured by solution NMR

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Deutschman, WA; Dahlquist, FW
      Thermodynamic basis for the increased thermostability of CheY from the hyperthermophile Thermotoga maritima

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Ryan, M; Liu, T; Dahlquist, FW; Griffith, OH
      A catalytic diad involved in substrate-assisted catalysis: NMR study of hydrogen bonding and dynamics at the active site of phosphatidylinositol-specific phospholipase C

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Mulder, FAA; Skrynnikov, NR; Hon, B; Dahlquist, FW; Kay, LE
      Measurement of slow (mu s-ms) time scale dynamics in protein side chains by N-15 relaxation dispersion NMR spectroscopy: Application to Asn and Gln residues in a cavity mutant of T4 lysozyme

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    7. Skrynnikov, NR; Mulder, FAA; Hon, B; Dahlquist, FW; Kay, LE
      Probing slow time scale dynamics at methyl-containing side chains in proteins by relaxation dispersion NMR measurements: Application to methionine residues in a cavity mutant of T4 lysozyme

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    8. Barrick, D; Dahlquist, FW
      Trans-substitution of the proximal hydrogen bond in myoglobin: I. Structural consequences of hydrogen bond deletion

      PROTEINS-STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND GENETICS
    9. Yang, GL; Cecconi, C; Baase, WA; Vetter, IR; Breyer, WA; Haack, JA; Matthews, BW; Dahlquist, FW; Bustamante, C
      Solid-state synthesis and mechanical unfolding of polymers of T4 lysozyme

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    10. Mulder, FAA; Hon, B; Muhandiram, DR; Dahlquist, FW; Kay, LE
      Flexibility and ligand exchange in a buried cavity mutant of T4 lysozyme studied by multinuclear NMR

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Anderson, JS; Forman, MD; Modleski, S; Dahlquist, FW; Baxter, SM
      Cooperative ordering in homeodomain-DNA recognition: Solution structure and dynamics of the MATa1 homeodomain

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Halkides, CJ; McEvoy, MM; Casper, E; Matsumura, P; Volz, K; Dahlquist, FW
      The 1.9 angstrom resolution crystal structure of phosphono-CheY, an analogue of the active form of the response regulator, CheY

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Llinas, M; Gillespie, B; Dahlquist, FW; Marqusee, S
      The energetics of T4 lysozyme reveal a hierarchy of conformations

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    14. Bertelsen, EB; Zhou, HJ; Lowry, DF; Flynn, GC; Dahlquist, FW
      Topology and dynamics of the 10 kDa C-terminal domain of DnaK in solution

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    15. McEvoy, MM; Bren, A; Eisenbach, M; Dahlquist, FW
      Identification of the binding interfaces on CheY for two of its targets, the phosphatase CheZ and the flagellar switch protein FliM

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Gassner, NC; Baase, WA; Lindstrom, JD; Lu, JR; Dahlquist, FW; Matthews, BW
      Methionine and alanine substitutions show that the formation of wild-type-like structure in the carboxy-terminal domain of T4 lysozyme is a rate-limiting step in folding

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. USHER KC; DELACRUZ AFA; DAHLQUIST FW; SWANSON RV; SIMON MI; REMINGTON SJ
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES OF CHEY FROM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA DO NOT SUPPORT CONVENTIONAL EXPLANATIONS FOR THE STRUCTURAL BASIS OF ENHANCED THERMOSTABILITY

      Protein science
    18. MCEVOY MM; HAUSRATH AC; RANDOLPH GB; REMINGTON SJ; DAHLQUIST FW
      2 BINDING MODES REVEAL FLEXIBILITY IN KINASE RESPONSE REGULATOR INTERACTIONS IN THE BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS PATHWAY/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    19. Blat, Y; Gillespie, B; Bren, A; Dahlquist, FW; Eisenbach, M
      Regulation of phosphatase activity in bacterial chemotaxis

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. YANG G; CECCONI C; HAACK J; BRYER W; BAASE W; DAHLQUIST FW; KELLERMAYER MS; BUSTAMANTE C
      FORCE INDUCED UNFOLDING AND REFOLDING OF INDIVIDUAL PROTEIN MOLECULESBY SFM

      Biophysical journal
    21. DAUGHDRILL GW; HANELY LJ; DAHLQUIST FW
      THE C-TERMINAL HALF OF THE ANTI-SIGMA FACTOR FLGM CONTAINS A DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM SOLUTION STRUCTURE FAVORING HELICAL CONFORMATIONS

      Biochemistry
    22. HALKIDES CJ; ZHU XY; PHILLION DP; MATSUMURA P; DAHLQUIST FW
      SYNTHESIS AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ANALOG OF CHEY-PHOSPHATE, A SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PROTEIN IN BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    23. DAUGHDRILL GW; CHADSEY MS; KARLINSEY JE; HUGHES KT; DAHLQUIST FW
      THE C-TERMINAL HALF OF THE ANTI-SIGMA FACTOR, FLGM, BECOMES STRUCTURED WHEN BOUND TO ITS TARGET, SIGMA(28)

      Nature structural biology
    24. WILKENS S; DUNN SD; CHANDLER J; DAHLQUIST FW; CAPALDI RA
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE N-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF THE DELTA-SUBUNIT OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI ATPSYNTHASE

      Nature structural biology
    25. MCEVOY MM; DELACRUZ AFA; DAHLQUIST FW
      LARGE MODULAR PROTEINS BY NMR

      Nature structural biology
    26. BARRICK D; HO NT; SIMPLACEANU V; DAHLQUIST FW; HO C
      A TEST OF THE ROLE OF THE PROXIMAL HISTIDINES IN THE PERUTZ MODEL FORCOOPERATIVITY IN HEMOGLOBIN

      Nature structural biology
    27. LIU T; RYAN M; DAHLQUIST FW; GRIFFITH OH
      DETERMINATION OF PK(ALPHA) VALUES OF THE HISTIDINE SIDE-CHAINS OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL-SPECIFIC PHOSPHOLIPASE-C FROM BACILLUS-CEREUS BY NMR-SPECTROSCOPY AND SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS

      Protein science
    28. MCEVOY MM; DAHLQUIST FW
      PHOSPHOHISTIDINES IN BACTERIAL SIGNALING

      Current opinion in structural biology
    29. HALL DA; MAUS DC; GERFEN GJ; INATI SJ; BECERRA LR; DAHLQUIST FW; GRIFFIN RG
      POLARIZATION-ENHANCED NMR-SPECTROSCOPY OF BIOMOLECULES IN FROZEN SOLUTION

      Science
    30. LIU T; RYAN M; DAHLQUIST FW; GRIFFITH OH
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL-SPECIFIC PHOSPHOLIPASE-C FROM BACILLUS-CEREUS

      Biophysical journal
    31. ZHOU HJ; DAHLQUIST FW
      PHOSPHOTRANSFER SITE OF THE CHEMOTAXIS-SPECIFIC PROTEIN-KINASE CHEA AS REVEALED BY NMR

      Biochemistry
    32. FEHER VA; ZAPF JW; HOCH JA; WHITELEY JM; MCINTOSH LP; RANCE M; SKELTON NJ; DAHLQUIST FW; CAVANAH J
      HIGH-RESOLUTION NMR STRUCTURE AND BACKBONE DYNAMICS OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS RESPONSE REGULATOR, SPOOF - IMPLICATIONS FOR PHOSPHORYLATION AND MOLECULAR RECOGNITION

      Biochemistry
    33. FEHER VA; BALDWIN EP; DAHLQUIST FW
      ACCESS OF LIGANDS TO CAVITIES WITHIN THE CORE OF A PROTEIN IS RAPID

      Nature structural biology
    34. ZHOU HJ; MCEVOY MM; LOWRY DF; SWANSON RV; SIMON MI; DAHLQUIST FW
      PHOSPHOTRANSFER AND CHEY-BINDING DOMAINS OF THE HISTIDINE AUTOKINASE CHEA ARE JOINED BY A FLEXIBLE LINKER

      Biochemistry
    35. MCEVOY MM; MUHANDIRAM DR; KAY LE; DAHLQUIST FW
      STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF A CHEY-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE CHEMOTAXIS KINASE CHEA DETERMINED BY NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemistry
    36. WILKENS S; DAHLQUIST FW; MCINTOSH LP; DONALDSON LW; CAPALDI RA
      STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE EPSILON-SUBUNIT OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI ATP SYNTHASE DETERMINED BY NMR-SPECTROSCOPY

      Nature structural biology
    37. SWANSON RV; LOWRY DF; MATSUMURA P; MCEVOY MM; SIMON MI; DAHLQUIST FW
      LOCALIZED PERTURBATIONS IN CHEY STRUCTURE MONITORED BY NMR IDENTIFY ACHEA BINDING INTERFACE

      Nature structural biology
    38. FISCHER MWF; MAJUMDAR A; DAHLQUIST FW; ZUIDERWEG ERP
      N-15, C-13, AND H-1-NMR ASSIGNMENTS AND SECONDARY STRUCTURE FOR T4-LYSOZYME

      Journal of magnetic resonance. Series B
    39. FEHER VA; ZAPF JW; HOCH JA; DAHLQUIST FW; WHITELEY JM; CAVANAGH J
      H-1, N-15, AND C-13 BACKBONE CHEMICAL-SHIFT ASSIGNMENTS, SECONDARY STRUCTURE, AND MAGNESIUM-BINDING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS RESPONSE REGULATOR, SPOOF, DETERMINED BY HETERONUCLEAR HIGH-RESOLUTION NMR

      Protein science
    40. ZAPF JW; FEHER VA; DJAVAKHISHVILI T; CAVANAGH J; DAHLQUIST FW; HOCH JA; WHITELEY JM
      ALTERED FOLDING OF A BACILLUS-SUBTILIS PROTEIN INITIATED BY GENETIC DELETION OF AN N-TERMINAL METHIONINE

      The FASEB journal
    41. FEHER VA; ZAPF J; HOCH JA; WHITELEY JM; CAVANAGH J; DAHLQUIST FW
      FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE BACTERIAL RESPONSE REGULATOR SPO0F

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    42. BAXTER SM; DAHLQUIST FW
      HETERODIMERIZATION OF THE YEAST HOMEODOMAIN TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATOR-A1 AND ALPHA-2 - EFFECTS OF DIMERIZATION ON BACKBONE DYNAMICS STUDIESBY N-15-NMR SPECTROSCOPY

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    43. MATTHEWS BW; MORTON AG; DAHLQUIST FW
      USE OF NMR TO DETECT WATER WITHIN NONPOLAR PROTEIN CAVITIES

      Science
    44. ZHOU HJ; LOWRY DF; SWANSON RV; SIMON MI; DAHLQUIST FW
      NMR-STUDIES OF THE PHOSPHOTRANSFER DOMAIN OF THE HISTIDINE KINASE CHEA FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI - ASSIGNMENTS, SECONDARY STRUCTURE, GENERAL FOLD, AND BACKBONE DYNAMICS

      Biochemistry
    45. MCEVOY MM; ZHOU HJ; ROTH AF; LOWRY DF; MORRISON TB; KAY LE; DAHLQUIST FW
      NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE ASSIGNMENTS AND GLOBAL FOLD OF A CHEY-BINDING DOMAIN IN CHEA, THE CHEMOTAXIS-SPECIFIC KINASE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Biochemistry
    46. CAVANAGH J; ZAPF J; HOCH JA; FEHER V; DAHLQUIST FW; WHITELEY JM
      ASPARTYL PHOSPHATES IN THE REGULATORY CONTROL OF BACTERIAL RESPONSE

      Amino acids
    47. HEINZ DW; BAASE WA; ZHANG XJ; BLABER M; DAHLQUIST FW; MATTHEWS BW
      ACCOMMODATION OF AMINO-ACID INSERTIONS IN AN ALPHA-HELIX OF T4 LYSOZYME - STRUCTURAL AND THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    48. LOWRY DF; ROTH AF; RUPERT PB; DAHLQUIST FW; MOY FJ; DOMAILLE PJ; MATSUMURA P
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN CHEMOTAXIS - A PROPAGATING CONFORMATION CHANGEUPON PHOSPHORYLATION OF CHEY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. BAXTER SM; GONTRUM DM; PHILLIPS CL; ROTH AF; DAHLQUIST FW
      HETERODIMERIZATION OF THE YEAST HOMEODOMAIN TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORS ALPHA-2 AND A1 - SECONDARY STRUCTURE DETERMINATION OF THE A1 HOMEODOMAIN AND CHANGES PRODUCED BY ALPHA-2 INTERACTIONS

      Biochemistry
    50. MOY FJ; LOWRY DF; MATSUMURA P; DAHLQUIST FW; KRYWKO JE; DOMAILLE PJ
      ASSIGNMENTS, SECONDARY STRUCTURE, GLOBAL FOLD, AND DYNAMICS OF CHEMOTAXIS-Y PROTEIN USING 3-DIMENSIONAL AND 4-DIMENSIONAL HETERONUCLEAR (C-13,N-15) NMR-SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemistry
    51. PHILLIPS CL; STARK MR; JOHNSON AD; DAHLQUIST FW
      HETERODIMERIZATION OF THE YEAST HOMEODOMAIN TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORS ALPHA-2 AND A1 INDUCES AN INTERFACIAL HELIX IN ALPHA-2

      Biochemistry
    52. YAMAZAKI T; LEE W; REVINGTON M; MATTIELLO DL; DAHLQUIST FW; ARROWSMITH CH; KAY LE
      AN HNCA PULSE SCHEME FOR THE BACKBONE ASSIGNMENT OF N-15,C-13,H-2-LABELED PROTEINS - APPLICATION TO A 37-KDA TRP REPRESSOR DNA COMPLEX

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    53. FLYNN GC; BECKERS CJM; BAASE WA; DAHLQUIST FW
      INDIVIDUAL SUBUNITS OF BACTERIAL LUCIFERASE ARE MOLTEN GLOBULES AND INTERACT WITH MOLECULAR CHAPERONES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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