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    1. Shulman, RG
      Spectroscopic contributions to the understanding of hemoglobin function: Implications for structural biology

      IUBMB LIFE
    2. Rodnina, MV; Semenkov, YP; Savelsbergh, A; Katunin, VI; Peske, F; Wilden, B; Wintermeyer, W
      Mechanism of tRNA translocation on the ribosome

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Miele, AE; Draghi, F; Arcovito, A; Bellelli, A; Brunori, M; Travaglini-Allocatelli, C; Vallone, B
      Control of heme reactivity by diffusion: Structural basis and functional characterization in hemoglobin mutants

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Khan, I; Dantsker, D; Samuni, U; Friedman, AJ; Bonaventura, C; Manjula, B; Acharya, SA; Friedman, JM
      beta 93 modified hemoglobin: Kinetic and conformational consequences

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Safarian, S; Moosavi-Movahedi, AA
      Binding patterns and kinetics of RNase A interaction with RNA

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    6. Blaha, G; Stelzl, U; Spahn, CMT; Agrawal, RK; Frank, J; Nierhaus, KH
      Preparation of functional ribosomal complexes and effect of buffer conditions on tRNA positions observed by cryoelectron microscopy

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS PT A
    7. Giordan, A
      Health education, recent and future trends

      MEMORIAS DO INSTITUTO OSWALDO CRUZ
    8. Cox, DH; Aldrich, RW
      Role of the beta 1 subunit in large-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel gating energetics - Mechanisms of enhanced Ca2+ sensitivity

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Eaton, WA; Henry, ER; Hofrichter, J; Mozzarelli, A
      Is cooperative oxygen binding by hemoglobin really understood?

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    10. Giordan, A; Jacquemet, S; Golay, A
      A new approach for patient education: beyond constructivism

      PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
    11. Rodnina, MV; Savelsbergh, A; Wintermeyer, W
      Dynamics of translation on the ribosome: molecular mechanics of translocation

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    12. Rovira, JC; Vicente-Agullo, F; Campos-Caro, A; Criado, M; Sala, F; Sala, S; Ballesta, JJ
      Gating of alpha(3)beta(4) neuronal nicotinic receptor can be controlled bythe loop M2-M3 of both alpha(3) and beta(4) subunits

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Shibayama, N
      Functional analysis of hemoglobin molecules locked in doubly liganded conformations

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    14. SPAHN CMT; NIERHAUS KH
      MODELS OF THE ELONGATION CYCLE - AN EVALUATION

      Biological chemistry
    15. BURKHARDT N; JUNEMANN R; SPAHN CMT; NIERHAUS KH
      RIBOSOMAL TRANSFER-RNA BINDING-SITES - 3-SITE MODELS OF TRANSLATION

      Critical reviews in biochemistry and molecular biology
    16. Senozan, NM; DeVore, JA; Lesniewski, EK
      Hemoglobin oxygen carbon monoxide equilibria with the MWC model

      BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Krab, IM; Parmeggiani, A
      EF-Tu, a GTPase odyssey

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    18. WILSON KS; NOLLER HF
      MOLECULAR-MOVEMENT INSIDE THE TRANSLATIONAL ENGINE

      Cell
    19. ALEKSEEV AE; BRADY PA; TERZIC A
      LIGAND-INSENSITIVE STATE OF CARDIAC ATP-SENSITIVE K- BASIS FOR CHANNEL OPENING( CHANNELS )

      The Journal of general physiology
    20. MOUSSAOUI M; NOGUES MV; GUASCH A; BARMAN T; TRAVERS F; CUCHILLO CM
      THE SUBSITES STRUCTURE OF BOVINE PANCREATIC RIBONUCLEASE-A ACCOUNTS FOR THE ABNORMAL KINETIC-BEHAVIOR WITH CYTIDINE 2',3'-CYCLIC PHOSPHATE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    21. BERTRAND S; DEVILLERSTHIERY A; PALMA E; BUISSON B; EDELSTEIN SJ; CORRINGER PJ; CHANGEUX JP; BERTRAND D
      PARADOXICAL ALLOSTERIC EFFECTS OF COMPETITIVE INHIBITORS ON NEURONAL ALPHA-7 NICOTINIC RECEPTOR MUTANTS

      NeuroReport
    22. EDELSTEIN SJ; SCHAAD O; CHANGEUX JP
      MYASTHENIC NICOTINIC RECEPTOR MUTANT INTERPRETED IN TERMS OF THE ALLOSTERIC MODEL

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    23. NAGANO K; NAGANO N
      MECHANISM OF DECODING MESSENGER-RNA IN PR OTEIN-BIOSYNTHESIS

      Yakugaku zasshi
    24. NIERHAUS KH; JUNEMANN R; SPAHN CMT
      ARE THE CURRENT 3-SITE MODELS VALID DESCRIPTIONS OF THE RIBOSOMAL ELONGATION CYCLE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    25. LIM VI
      ANALYSIS OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE CODON-ANTICODON DUPLEXES WITHIN THE RIBOSOME - THEIR ROLE IN TRANSLATION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    26. ELSKAYA AV; OVCHARENKO GV; PALCHEVSKII SS; PETRUSHENKO ZM; TRIANAALONSO FJ; NIERHAUS KH
      3 TRANSFER-RNA BINDING-SITES IN RABBIT LIVER RIBOSOMES AND ROLE OF THE INTRINSIC ATPASE IN 80S RIBOSOMES FROM HIGHER EUKARYOTES

      Biochemistry
    27. BETTATI S; MOZZARELLI A; ROSSI GL; TSUNESHIGE A; YONETANI T; EATON WA; HENRY ER
      OXYGEN-BINDING BY SINGLE-CRYSTALS OF HEMOGLOBIN - THE PROBLEM OF COOPERATIVITY AND INEQUIVALENCE OF ALPHA-SUBUNIT AND BETA-SUBUNIT

      Proteins
    28. ALEXEEVA EV; SHPANCHENKO OV; DONTSOVA OA; BOGDANOV AA; NIERHAUS KH
      INTERACTION OF MESSENGER-RNA WITH THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI RIBOSOME - ACCESSIBILITY OF PHOSPHOROTHIOATE-CONTAINING MESSENGER-RNA BOUND TO RIBOSOMES FOR IODINE CLEAVAGE

      Nucleic acids research
    29. STASCHEN CM; HOMER LD
      EXPERIMENTAL-DESIGN AND ESTIMATION OF PARAMETERS IN COMPLEX RADIOLIGAND BINDING SYSTEMS

      Journal of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics
    30. FRANCINI F; BENCINI C; SQUECCO R
      ACTIVATION OF L-TYPE CALCIUM-CHANNEL IN TWITCH SKELETAL-MUSCLE FIBERSOF THE FROG

      Journal of physiology
    31. MA JJ; GONZALEZ A; CHEN R
      FAST ACTIVATION OF DIHYDROPYRIDINE-SENSITIVE CALCIUM CHANNELS OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE - MULTIPLE PATHWAYS OF CHANNEL GATING

      The Journal of general physiology
    32. SPAHN CMT; SCHAFER MA; KRAYEVSKY AA; NIERHAUS KH
      CONSERVED NUCLEOTIDES OF 23 S RIBOSOMAL-RNA LOCATED AT THE RIBOSOMAL PEPTIDYLTRANSFERASE CENTER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    33. PHILO JS; DREYER U; LARY JW
      QUATERNARY STRUCTURE DYNAMICS AND CARBON-MONOXIDE BINDING-KINETICS OFHEMOGLOBIN VALENCY HYBRIDS

      Biophysical journal
    34. BERTRAND D; CHANGEUX JP
      NICOTINIC RECEPTOR - AN ALLOSTERIC PROTEIN SPECIALIZED FOR INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    35. NIERHAUS KH; BEYER D; DABROWSKI M; SCHAFER MA; SPAHN CMT; WADZACK J; BITTNER JU; BURKHARDT N; DIEDRICH G; JUNEMANN R; KAMP D; VOSS H; STUHRMANN HB
      THE ELONGATING RIBOSOME - STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-ASPECTS

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    36. SHIBAYAMA N; SAIGO S
      FIXATION OF THE QUATERNARY STRUCTURES OF HUMAN ADULT HEMOGLOBIN BY ENCAPSULATION IN TRANSPARENT POROUS SILICA-GELS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    37. JONG DS; PAPE PC; CHANDLER WK
      EFFECT OF SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CALCIUM DEPLETION ON INTRAMEMBRANOUSCHARGE MOVEMENT IN FROG CUT MUSCLE-FIBERS

      The Journal of general physiology
    38. TRIANAALONSO FJ; CHAKRABURTTY K; NIERHAUS KH
      THE ELONGATION-FACTOR-3 UNIQUE IN HIGHER FUNGI AND ESSENTIAL FOR PROTEIN-BIOSYNTHESIS IS AN E-SITE FACTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. POTAPOV AP; TRIANAALONSO FJ; NIERHAUS KH
      RIBOSOMAL DECODING PROCESSES AT CODONS IN THE A-SITE OR P-SITE DEPENDDIFFERENTLY ON 2'-OH GROUPS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. TRIANA F; NIERHAUS KH; CHAKRABURTTY K
      TRANSFER-RNA BINDING TO 80S RIBOSOMES FROM YEAST - EVIDENCE FOR 3 SITES

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    41. LAUGHREA M
      STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS OF TRANSLATING RIBOSOMES - 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA BASES THAT MAY MOVE TWICE DURING TRANSLOCATION

      Molecular microbiology
    42. BEYER D; SKRIPKIN E; WADZACK J; NIERHAUS KH
      HOW THE RIBOSOME MOVES AMONG THE MESSENGER-RNA DURING PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. KARIMI R; EHRENBERG M
      DISSOCIATION RATE OF COGNATE PEPTIDYL-TRANSFER-RNA FROM THE A-SITE OFHYPER-ACCURATE AND ERROR-PRONE RIBOSOMES

      European journal of biochemistry
    44. NIERHAUS KH
      SOLUTION OF THE RIBOSOME RIDDLE - HOW THE RIBOSOME SELECTS THE CORRECT AMINOACYL-TRANSFER RNA OUT OF 41 SIMILAR CONTESTANTS

      Molecular microbiology
    45. GROSS M; LEHLE K; JAENICKE R; NIERHAUS KH
      PRESSURE-INDUCED DISSOCIATION OF RIBOSOMES AND ELONGATION CYCLE INTERMEDIATES - STABILIZING CONDITIONS AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE MOST SENSITIVE FUNCTIONAL-STATE

      European journal of biochemistry
    46. HASHIMOTO M; ISHIMORI K; IMAI K; MIYAZAKI G; MORIMOTO H; WADA Y; MORISHIMA I
      SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS IN HEMOGLOBIN - FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL STUDY OF THE INTERSUBUNIT HYDROGEN-BOND OF THREONINE-38(C3)ALPHA AT THEALPHA-1-BETA-2 INTERFACE IN HUMAN HEMOGLOBIN

      Biochemistry
    47. BELLELLI A; LENDARO E; IPPOLITI R; REGAN R; GIBSON QH; BRUNORI M
      LIGAND-BINDING AND SLOW STRUCTURAL-CHANGES IN CHLOROCRUORIN FROM SPIROGRAPHIS-SPALLANZANII

      Biochemistry
    48. SANTER M; SANTER U; NURSE K; BAKIN A; CUNNINGHAM P; ZAIN M; OCONNELL D; OFENGAND J
      FUNCTIONAL-EFFECTS OF A G-BASE TO U-BASE CHANGE AT POSITION-530 IN A HIGHLY CONSERVED LOOP OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16S RNA

      Biochemistry


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