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    1. Huai, Q; Colandene, JD; Topal, MD; Ke, HM
      Structure of NaeI-DNA complex reveals dual-mode DNA recognition and complete dimer rearrangement

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    2. Lukacs, CM; Kucera, R; Schildkraut, I; Aggarwal, AK
      Structure of free Bg/II reveals an unprecedented scissor-like motion for opening an endonuclease

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    3. Hadden, JM; Convery, MA; Declais, AC; Lilley, DMJ; Phillips, SEV
      Crystal structure of the Holliday junction resolving enzyme T7 endonuclease I

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    4. van der Woerd, MJ; Pelletier, JJ; Xu, SY; Friedman, AM
      Restriction enzyme BsoBI-DNA complex: A tunnel for recognition of degenerate DNA sequences and potential histidine catalysis

      STRUCTURE
    5. Lukacs, CM; Aggarwal, AK
      BglII and MunI: what a difference a base makes

      CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    6. Deva, T; Krishnaswamy, S
      Structure-based sequence alignment of type-II restriction endonucleases

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    7. Engler, LE; Sapienza, P; Dorner, LF; Kucera, R; Schildkraut, I; Jen-Jacobson, L
      The energetics of the interaction of BamHI endonuclease with its recognition site GGATCC

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Reid, SL; Parry, D; Liu, HH; Connolly, BA
      Binding and recognition of GATATC target sequences by the EcoRV restriction endonuclease: A study using fluorescent oligonucleotides and fluorescencepolarization

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Haq, I; O'Brien, R; Lagunavicius, A; Siksnys, V; Ladbury, JE
      Specific DNA recognition by the type II restriction endonuclease MunI: Theeffect of pH

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    10. Deibert, M; Grazulis, S; Sasnauskas, G; Siksnys, V; Huber, R
      Structure of the tetrameric restriction endonuclease NgoMIV in complex with cleaved DNA

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    11. Lukacs, CM; Kucera, R; Schildkraut, R; Aggarwal, AK
      Understanding the immutability of restriction enzymes: crystal structure of Bg/II and its DNA substrate at 1.5 angstrom resolution

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    12. Kubareva, EA; Thole, H; Karyagina, AS; Oretskaya, TS; Pingoud, A; Pingoud, V
      Identification of a base-specific contact between the restriction endonuclease SsoII and its recognition sequence by photocross-linking

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    13. Rice, MR; Blumenthal, RM
      Recognition of native DNA methylation by the PvuII restriction endonuclease

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    14. Tang, DH; Ando, S; Takasaki, Y; Tadano, J
      Mutational analyses of restriction endonuclease-HindIII mutant E86K with higher activity and altered specificity

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    15. Huai, Q; Colandene, JD; Chen, YQ; Luo, F; Zhao, YD; Topal, MD; Ke, HM
      Crystal structure of NaeI - an evolutionary bridge between DNA endonuclease and topoisomerase

      EMBO JOURNAL
    16. Baldwin, GS; Gormley, NA; Halford, SE
      Manganese(II) as a probe for the mechanism and specificity of restriction endonucleases

      METAL IONS IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, VOL 37
    17. Bruner, SD; Norman, DPG; Fromme, JC; Verdine, GL
      Structural and mechanistic studies on repair of 8-oxoguanine in mammalian cells

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    18. Horton, JR; Cheng, XD
      PvuII endonuclease contains two calcium ions in active sites

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Galburt, EA; Chadsey, MS; Jurica, MS; Chevalier, BS; Erho, D; Tang, WL; Monnat, RJ; Stoddard, BL
      Conformational changes and cleavage by the homing endonuclease I-Ppol: A critical role for a leucine residue in the active site

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Hsieh, PC; Xiao, JP; O'Loane, D; Xu, SY
      Cloning, expression, and purification of a thermostable nonhomodimeric restriction enzyme, BslI

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    21. Lajmi, AR; Lovrencic, ME; Wallace, TR; Thomlinson, RR; Shin, JA
      Minimalist, alanine-based, helical protein dimers bind to specific DNA sites

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    22. Kovall, RA; Matthews, BW
      Type II restriction endonucleases: structural, functional and evolutionaryrelationships

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    23. Bulyk, ML; Gentalen, E; Lockhart, DJ; Church, GM
      Quantifying DNA-protein interactions by double-stranded DNA arrays

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    24. Martin, AM; Sam, MD; Reich, NO; Perona, JJ
      Structural and energetic origins of indirect readout in site-specific DNA cleavage by a restriction endonuclease

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    25. Dahai, T; Ando, S; Takasaki, Y; Tadano, J
      Site-directed mutagenesis of restriction endonuclease HindIII

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Loyola, C; Saavedra, C; Gomez, I; Vasquez, C
      The amino acidic substitution of cysteine 167 by serine ((CS)-S-167) in BstVI restriction endonuclease of Bacillus stearothermophilus V affects its conformation and thermostability

      BIOCHIMIE
    27. Chandrashekaran, S; Babu, P; Nagaraja, V
      Characterization of DNA binding activities of over-expressed KpnI restriction endonuclease and modification methylase

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    28. Jones, S; van Heyningen, P; Berman, HM; Thornton, JM
      Protein-DNA interactions: A structural analysis

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    29. Zondlo, NJ; Schepartz, A
      Highly specific DNA recognition by a designed miniature protein

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    30. HORTON JR; BONVENTRE J; CHENG XD
      HOW IS MODIFICATION OF THE DNA SUBSTRATE RECOGNIZED BY THE PVUII RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE

      Biological chemistry
    31. STAHL F; WENDE W; JELTSCH A; PINGOUD A
      THE MECHANISM OF DNA CLEAVAGE BY THE TYPE-II RESTRICTION ENZYME ECORV- ASP36 IS NOT DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN DNA CLEAVAGE BUT SERVES TO COUPLEINDIRECT READOUT TO CATALYSIS

      Biological chemistry
    32. VIADIU H; AGGARWAL AK
      THE ROLE OF METALS IN CATALYSIS BY THE RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE BAMHI

      Nature structural biology
    33. KOLASKAR AS; JOSHI RR
      MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS SIMULATION OF A 13-MER DUPLEX DNA - A PVUII SUBSTRATE

      Journal of biomolecular structure & dynamics
    34. BAN C; YANG W
      STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR MUTH ACTIVATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI MISMATCH REPAIR AND RELATIONSHIP OF MUTH TO RESTRICTION ENDONUCLEASES

      EMBO journal
    35. NEWMAN M; LUNNEN K; WILSON G; GRECI J; SCHILDKRAUT I; PHILLIPS SEV
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE BG I BOUND TO ITS INTERRUPTED DNA RECOGNITION SEQUENCE/

      EMBO journal (Print)
    36. KOVALL RA; MATTHEWS BW
      STRUCTURAL, FUNCTIONAL, AND EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LAMBDA-EXONUCLEASE AND THE TYPE-II RESTRICTION ENDONUCLEASES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    37. Horton, JR; Nastri, HG; Riggs, PD; Cheng, XD
      Asp34 of PvuII endonuclease is directly involved in DNA minor groove recognition and indirectly involved in catalysis

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    38. HORTON NC; PERONA JJ
      RECOGNITION OF FLANKING DNA-SEQUENCES BY ECORV ENDONUCLEASE INVOLVES ALTERNATIVE PATTERNS OF WATER-MEDIATED CONTACTS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. FRITZ A; KUSTER W; ALVES J
      ASN(141) IS ESSENTIAL FOR DNA RECOGNITION BY ECORI RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE

      FEBS letters
    40. WENZ C; HAHN M; PINGOUD A
      ENGINEERING OF VARIANTS OF THE RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE ECORV THAT DEPEND IN THEIR CLEAVAGE ACTIVITY ON THE FLEXIBILITY OF SEQUENCES FLANKING THE RECOGNITION SITE

      Biochemistry
    41. STAHL F; WENDE W; WENZ C; JELTSCH A; PINGOUD A
      INTRASUBUNIT VS INTERSUBUNIT COMMUNICATION IN THE HOMODIMERIC RESTRICTION ENZYME ECORV - THR-37 AND LYS-38 INVOLVED IN INDIRECT READOUT AREONLY IMPORTANT FOR THE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF THEIR OWN SUBUNIT

      Biochemistry
    42. ALLEMANN RK; EGLI M
      DNA RECOGNITION AND BENDING

      Chemistry & biology
    43. BROWNLIE P; CESKA TA; LAMERS M; ROMIER C; STIER G; TEO H; SUCK D
      THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF AN INTACT HUMAN MAX-DNA COMPLEX - NEW INSIGHTS INTO MECHANISMS OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL

      Structure
    44. RUAN H; LUNNEN KD; PELLETIER JJ; XU SY
      OVEREXPRESSION OF BSOBI RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI,PURIFICATION OF THE RECOMBINANT BSOBI, AND IDENTIFICATION OF CATALYTIC RESIDUES OF BSOBI BY RANDOM MUTAGENESIS

      Gene
    45. MEIERHANS D; SIEBER M; ALLEMANN RK
      HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING OF MEF-2C CORRELATES WITH DNA BENDING

      Nucleic acids research
    46. NASTRI HG; EVANS PD; WALKER IH; RIGGS PD
      CATALYTIC AND DNA-BINDING PROPERTIES OF P-UPSILON-UII RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE MUTANTS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. GOHDA K; MATSUO N; ODA Y; IKEHARA M; UESUGI S
      EFFECTS OF 2'-SUBSTITUENTS OF THE FIRST DEOXYGUANOSINE RESIDUE IN THERECOGNITION SEQUENCE ON ECORI RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE ACTIVITY

      Journal of Biochemistry
    48. WINDOLPH S; ALVES J
      INFLUENCE OF DIVALENT-CATIONS ON INNER-ARM MUTANTS OF RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE ECORI

      European journal of biochemistry
    49. DICKERSON RE; CHIU TK
      HELIX BENDING AS A FACTOR IN PROTEIN DNA RECOGNITION/

      Biopolymers
    50. GROLL DH; JELTSCH A; SELENT U; PINGOUD A
      DOES THE RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE ECORV EMPLOY A 2-METAL-ION MECHANISM FOR DNA CLEAVAGE

      Biochemistry
    51. LAGUNAVICIUS A; SIKSNYS V
      SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF PUTATIVE ACTIVE-SITE RESIDUES OF MUNI RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE - REPLACEMENT OF CATALYTICALLY ESSENTIAL CARBOXYLATE RESIDUES TRIGGERS DNA-BINDING SPECIFICITY

      Biochemistry
    52. LAGUNAVICIUS A; GRAZULIS S; BALCIUNAITE E; VAINIUS D; SIKSNYS V
      DNA-BINDING SPECIFICITY OF MUNI RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE IS CONTROLLED BY PH AND CALCIUM-IONS - INVOLVEMENT OF ACTIVE-SITE CARBOXYLATE RESIDUES

      Biochemistry
    53. WENDE W; STAHL F; PINGOUD A
      THE PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ARTIFICIAL HETERODIMERS OF THERESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE ECORV

      Biological chemistry
    54. LANIO T; SELENT U; WENZ C; WENDE W; SCHULZ A; ADIRAJ M; KATTI SB; PINGOUD A
      ECORV-T94V - A MUTANT RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE WITH AN ALTERED SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY TOWARDS MODIFIED OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDES

      Protein engineering
    55. SUCKOW M; LOPATA M; SEYDEL A; KISTERSWOIKE B; VONWILCKENBERGMANN B; MULLERHILL B
      MUTANT BZIP-DNA COMPLEXES WITH 4 QUASI-IDENTICAL PROTEIN-DNA INTERFACES

      EMBO journal
    56. RUAN H; LUNNEN KD; SCOTT ME; MORAN LS; SLATKO BE; PELLETIER JJ; HESS EJ; BENNER J; WILSON GG; XU SY
      CLONING AND SEQUENCE COMPARISON OF AVAI AND BSOBI RESTRICTION-MODIFICATION SYSTEMS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    57. MUKHOPADHYAY BP; GHOSH S; BANERJEE A
      ROLE OF WATER-MOLECULES IN PROTEIN-NUCLEIC ACID INTERACTIONS - VISUALIZATION OF A MODEL HIGHLY HYDRATED COMPLEX STRUCTURE OF INOSINE 5'-MONOPHOSPHATE AND L-SERINE 3)N(4)O(8)P-CENTER-DOT-C3H7NO3-CENTER-DOT-12H(2)O) AT ATOMIC-RESOLUTION

      Journal of chemical crystallography
    58. GHOSH G; VANDUYNE G; GHOSH S; SIGLER PB
      STRUCTURE OF NF-KAPPA-B P50 HOMODIMER BOUND TO A KAPPA-B SITE

      Nature


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