Keck Science 3 Colleges * 15 Majors * 1 Department

Selected Publications in Chemistry

Current Number of publications listed in Chemistry: 300


1. Tang, X., Price, D., Praske, E., Vu, D., Purvis-Roberts, K.L., Silva, P., Cocker III, D.R., and Asa-Awuku, A.. Submitted September 2013. CNN Activity of Aliphatic Amine Secondary Aerosol. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics : .
 
2. Middlecamp, C.H., Mury, M., Anderson, K.L., Bentley, A.K., Cann, M.C., Ellis, J.P. and Purvis-Roberts, K.L. . January 2014. Chemistry in Context: Applying Chemistry to Society, 8th Edition. : .
 
3. Werner, C. and Purvis-Roberts, K.L.. Accepted June 2012. Cold War Memories and Post-Cold War Realities: Narratives of the State in the Everyday Life of Kazakhstan's Radiation Victims. in Ethnographies of the State in Central Asia : .
 
4. A. S. Thompson, S. E. Barrett, A. G. Weiden, A. Venkatesh, M. K. C. Seto, S. Z. P. Gottlieb, and A. M. Leconte. 2020. Accurate and efficient one-pot reverse transcription and amplification of 2’ fluoro-modified nucleic acids by commercial DNA polymerases. Biochemistry : . Abstract Article
 
5. King, B. H.; Wang, M. L.; Jesse, K. A.; Kaur, G.; Tran, B.; Walser-Kuntz, R.; Iafe, R. G.; Wenzel, A. G. 2020. Silver-Catalyzed, N-Formylation of Amines Using Glycol Ethers. J. Org. Chem. 85: 13256-13263.
 
6. PT Chang, K Rao, LO Longo, ES Lawton, G Scherer, EB Van Arnam. 2020. Thiopeptide defense by an ant's bacterial symbiont. Journal of Natural Products 83: 725-729. Article
 
7. Sakhrani, V. V.; Hilario, E.; Caulkins, B.G.; Hatcher-Skeers, M. E.; Fan, L.; Dunn, M. F.; Mueller, L. J. 2020. Backbone Assignments and Conformational Dynamics in the S. typhimurium Tryptophan Synthase α-Subunit from Solution-State NMR. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 74: 341-354. Abstract Article
 
8. Wenzel, A. G.; Casper, S.; Galvin, C. J.; Beck, G. E. 2020. Science and Business of Medicinal Chemistry: a “Bench-to-Bedside” Course for Non-Majors. J. Chem. Ed. 97: 414-420.
 
9. Katherine Snell, Isabelle Lopez, Brandon Louie, Roxanna Kiessling, Babak Sanii. 2019. Drawing and Hydrophobicity-patterning Long Polydimethylsiloxane Silicone Filaments. Journal of Visualized Experiments : . Abstract Article
 
10. Long, J; Caulkins, B. G.; Mentink-Vigier, F.; Riviere, G.; Mueller, L. J.; Wang, X. 2019. Direct Dynamic Nuclear Polarization of 15N and 13C Spins at 14.1 T Using a Trityl Radical and Magic Angle Spinning. Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 100: 85-91. Abstract Article
 
11. Oakley, J. V.; Stanley, T. J.; Jesse, K. A.; Cain, S. E.; Wenzel, A. G.; Iafe, R. G. 2019. Gold-Catalyzed Friedel–Crafts-like Reaction of Benzylic Alcohols to Afford 1,1-Diarylmethanes. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 42: 7063-7066.
 
12. Caulkins, B. G.; Cervantes, S. A.; Isas, J. M.; Siemer, A. B. 2018. Dynamics of the Proline-Rich C-Terminus of Huntingtin Exon-1 Fibrils. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122: 9507-9515. Abstract Article
 
13. EB Van Arnam, CR Currie, J Clardy. 2018. Defense contracts: molecular protection in insect-microbe symbioses. Chemical Society Reviews 47: 1638-1651. Article
 
14. M. D. Liu*, E. A. Warner*, C. A. Morrissey, C. W. Fick, T. S. Wu, M. Y. Ornelas, G. V. Ochoa, B. Zhang, C. M. Rathbun, W. B. Porterfield, J. A. Prescher, and A. M. Leconte. 2018. Statistical Coupling Analysis-guided library design for discovery of mutant luciferases. Biochemistry 57: 663. Abstract Article
 
15. Perez, L.; Caulkins, B. G.; Mettry, M.; Mueller, L. J.; Hooley, R. J. 2018. Lipid Bilayer Environments Control Guest Exchange Kinetics of Deep Cavitand Hosts and Enhance Disfavored Guest Conformations. Chemical Science 9: 1836-1845. Abstract Article
 
16. E. L. Lewis and A. M. Leconte. 2017. DNA polymerase activity assay using near-infrared fluorscent labeled DNA visualized by acrylamide gel electrophoresis. Journal of Visualized Experiments 128: e56228. Abstract Article
 
17. Perez, L.; Mettry, M.; Hinman, S. S.; Byers, S. R.; McKeating, K. S.; Caulkins, B. G.; Cheng, Q.; Hooley, R. J. 2017. Selective Protein Recognition in Supported Lipid Bilayer Arrays by Tailored, Dual-Mode Deep Cavitand Hosts. Soft Matter 13: 3966-3974. Abstract Article
 
18. Roxanna Kiessling, Samuel J.S. Rubin, Jacquelyn Zehner, Collin Barraugh, Katherine Snell, Corinna Fukushima, Matthew Mulligan, Melissa Keckley, Anthony Bosshardt, Walter Cook, and Babak Sanii. 2017. Gravity-Drawn Silicone Filaments: Production, Characterization, and Wormlike Chain Dynamics. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9: 39916–39920. Abstract Article
 
19. S. L. Rosenblum, A. G. Weiden, E. L. Lewis, A. L. Ogonowsky, H. E. Chia, S. E. Barrett, M. D. Liu, and A. M. Leconte. 2017. Design and discovery of new combinations of mutant DNA polymerases and modified DNA substrates. Chembiochem 18: 816. Abstract Article
 
20. Caulkins, B. G.; Young, R. P.; Kudla, R. A.; Yang, C.; Bittbauer, T. J.; Bastin, B.; Marsella, M. J.; Dunn, M. F.; Mueller, L. J. 2016. NMR Crystallography of a Carbanionic Intermediate in Tryptophan Synthase: Chemical Structure, Tautomerization, and Reaction Specificity. Journal of the American Chemical Society 138: 15214-15226. Abstract Article
 
21. EB Van Arnam, AC Ruzzini, CS Sit, H Horn, AA Pinto-Tomás, CR Currie, J Clardy. 2016. Selvamicin, an atypical antifungal polyene from two alternative genomic contexts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113: 12490-12945. Article
 
22. Hilario, E.; Caulkins, B. G.; Huang, Y. M.; You, W.; Chang, C. A.; Mueller, L. J.; Dunn, M. F.; Fan, L. 2016. Visualizing the Tunnel in Tryptophan Synthase with Crystallography: Insights into a Selective Filter for Accommodating Indole and Rejecting Water. BBA - Proteins and Proteomics 1864: 268-279. Abstract Article
 
23. Huang, Y. M.; You, W.; Caulkins, B. G.; Dunn, M. F.; Mueller, L. J.; Chang, C. A. 2016. Protonation States and Catalysis: Molecular Dynamics Studies of Intermediates in Tryptophan Synthase. Protein Science 25: 166-183. Abstract Article
 
24. M. R. Preest, M. J. Ward, T. Poon, and J. W. Hermanson. 2016. Chemical Prey Luring in Jackson’s Chameleons. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 89: 110-117. Abstract
 
25. Rinaldi, A. J., Lund, P. E., Blanco, M. R., & Walter, N. G.. 2016. The Shine-Dalgarno sequence of riboswitch-regulated single mRNAs shows ligand-dependent accessibility bursts.. Nature Communications 7: 8976. Abstract Article
 
26. Victoria Nguyen, John Rizzo, Babak Sanii . 2016. An Assemblable, Multi-Angle Fluorescence and Ellipsometric Microscope. PLOS ONE : . Abstract Article
 
27. William Brown and Thomas Poon. 2016. Introduction to Organic Chemistry, Sixth Edition. : .
 
28. Young, R. P.; Caulkins, B. G.; Borchardt D.; Bulloch, D. N.; Larive, C. K.; Dunn, M. F.; Mueller, L. J. 2016. Solution-State 17O Quadrupole Central Transition NMR Spectroscopy in the Enzyme Active Site of Tryptophan Synthase. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55: 1350-1354. Abstract Article
 
29. . 2015. Handbook of Metathesis, 2nd Ed.. Vol 1: .
 
30. Caulkins, B. G; Yang, C.; Hilario, E.; Fan, L.; Dunn, M. F.; Mueller, L. J. 2015. Catalytic Roles of βLys87 in Tryptophan Synthase: 15N Solid State NMR Studies. BBA - Proteins and Proteomics 1854: 1194-1199. Abstract Article
 
31. CS Sit, AC Ruzzini, EB Van Arnam, TR Ramadhar, CR Currie, J Clardy. 2015. Variable genetic architectures produce virtually identical molecules in bacterial symbionts of fungus-growing ants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112: 13150-13154. Article
 
32. EB Van Arnam, AC Ruzzini, CS Sit, CR Currie, J Clardy. 2015. A rebeccamycin analog provides plasmid-encoded niche defense. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137: 14272-14274. Article
 
33. Fan Deng, Megan S. Lazorski, and Felix N Castellano. 2015. Photon Upconversion Sensitized by a Ru(II)-Pyrenyl Chromophore. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 373: 20140322. Abstract Article
 
34. Grant-Overton, S.; Buss, J. A.; Smith, E. H.; Gutierrez, E. G.; Moorhead, E. J.; Lin, V. S. Wenzel, A. G. 2015. Efficient Microwave Method for the Oxidative Coupling of Phenols. Synth. Commun. 45: 331-337.
 
35. H.J. Schultz, A. M. Gochi, H. E. Chia, A. L. Ogonowsky, S. Chiang, N. Filipovic, A. G. Weiden, E. E. Hadley, S. E. Gabriel and A. M. Leconte. 2015. Taq DNA polymerase mutants and 2’ modified sugar recognition. Biochemistry 54: 5999. Abstract Article
 
36. Hartman, J. D; Neubauer, T. J.; Caulkins, B. G.; Mueller, L. J.; Beran, G. J. O. 2015. Converging Nuclear Magnetic Shielding Calculations with Respect to Basis and System Size in Protein Systems. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 62: 327-340. Abstract Article
 
37. Katherine N. Liu, Chen-min S. Hung, Michael A. Swift, Kristen A. Muñoz, Jose L. Cortez and Babak Sanii*. 2015. Configurable lipid membrane gradients quantify diffusion, phase separations and binding densities. Soft Matter 11: 8217-8220. Abstract Article
 
38. Lorenzo Mosca, Rony S. Khnayzer, Megan S. Lazorski, Evgeny O. Danilov, Felix N. Castellano, and Pavel Anzenbacher, Jr. 2015. Sensing of TNT and 2,4-DNT in the solid state with photoluminescent Ru(II) and Ir(III) complexes. Chem. Eur. J. 21: 4056-4064. Abstract Article
 
39. Rinaldi AJ, Suddala KC, Walter NG. 2015. Native purification and labeling of RNA for single molecule fluorescence studies. Methods Mol Biol 1240: 63-95. Abstract Article
 
40. Thomas Poon and Jason Rivera. 2015. The flipped classroom as an approach for enhancing student and instructor experiences in organic chemistry. The Promise of Chemical Education: Addressing our Students' Needs : 29-42. Abstract
 
41. Vinson, A. R. S.; Davis, V. K.; Arunasalam, A.; Jesse, K. A.; Hamilton, R. E.; Shattuck, M. A.; Hu, A. C.; Iafe, R. G.; Wenzel, A. G. 2015. Gold-Catalyzed, SN1-Type Reaction of Alcohols to Ethers and Cbz-Protected Amines. Synlett 26: 765-7.
 
42. Wenzel, A. G. 2015. Intermediates in Olefin Metathesis. Handbook of Metathesis, 2nd Ed. : Chapter 8.
 
43. Ammon P. Lehnig, Megan S. Lazorski, Michael Mingroni, Kimberly A. O. Pacheco, and C. Michael Elliott . 2014. Oxidation of 2,9-Diphenyl-1,10-phenanthroline to Generate the 5,6-Dione and its Subsequent Alkylation. J. Heterocycl. Chem. : 1468-1471. Abstract Article
 
44. B. Sanii, O. Martinez-Avila, C. Simpliciano, R.N. Zuckermann, S. Habelitz. 2014. Amelogenin Nanoribbons Are Comprised of Beta-Sheets and Match X-ray Diffraction Pattern of Enamel Matrix. Journal of Dental Research (cover) : .
 
45. B. Sanii, T. Haxton, G.K. Olivier, A. Cho, B. Barton, C. Proulx, S. Whitelam, and R.N. Zuckermann. 2014. Structure-determining intermediates in the assembly path of supramolecular peptoid nanosheets. ACS Nano : .
 
46. Caulkins, B. G.; Bastin, B.; Yang, C.; Neubauer, T. J.; Young, R. P.; Hilario, E.; Huang, Y. M.; Chang, C. A.; Fan, L.; Dunn, M. F.; Marsella, M. J.; Mueller, L. J. 2014. Protonation States of the Tryptophan Synthase Internal Aldimine Active Site from Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy: Direct Observation of the Protonated Schiff Base Linkage to Pyridoxal-5′-Phosphate. Journal of the American Chemical Society 136: 12824-12827. Abstract Article
 
47. D.J. Gargas, E.M. Chan, A.D. Ostrowski, S. Aloni, V. Altoe, E.S. Barnard, B. Sanii, J.J. Urban, D.M. Milliron, B.E. Cohen, P.J. Schuck. 2014. Engineering bright sub-10-nm upconverting nanocrystals for single-molecule imaging. Nature Nanotechnology : .
 
48. DA Dougherty, EB Van Arnam. 2014. In Vivo Incorporation of Non‐canonical Amino Acids by Using the Chemical Aminoacylation Strategy: A Broadly Applicable Mechanistic Tool. ChemBioChem 15: 1710-1720. Article
 
49. EB Van Arnam, DA Dougherty. 2014. Functional Probes of Drug–Receptor Interactions Implicated by Structural Studies: Cys-Loop Receptors Provide a Fertile Testing Ground. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 57: 6289-6300. Article
 
50. Megan S. Lazorski and Felix N. Castellano. 2014. Advances in the light conversion properties of Cu(I)-based photosensitizers. Polyhedron 82: 57-70. Abstract Article
 

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