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- Utility of bacterial peptidoglycan recycling enzymes in the chemoenzymatic synthesis of valuable UDP sugar substrates
- Chemical tools for selective activity profiling of bacterial penicillin-binding proteins
- Fluorescent stem peptide mimics: In situ probes for peptidoglycan crosslinking
- Gram-scale preparation of the antibiotic lead compound salicyl-AMS, a potent inhibitor of bacterial salicylate adenylation enzymes
- Probe-enabled approaches for function-dependent cell sorting and characterization of microbiome subpopulations
- Biochemical analysis of NlpC/p60 peptidoglycan hydrolase activity
- Controlled release of bioactive signaling molecules using DNA-icosahedron
- Imaging nascent transcription in wholemount vertebrate embryos to characterize zygotic genome activation
- Engineering reversible cell-cell interactions with chemical biology
- Fast phosphine-activated control of protein function using unnatural lysine analogues
- Photopharmacological control of lipid function
- Expanding the substrate selectivity in SNAP/CLIP-tagging of intracellular targets
- Light-induced protein proximity by activation of gibberellic acid derivatives in living cells
- Photoactivatable trimethoprim-based probes for spatiotemporal control of biological processes
- Site-specific antibody fragment conjugates for targeted imaging
- Quantifying protein-protein interactions of the acyl carrier protein with solvatochromic probes
Ophelia I. Ukaegbu, Kristen E. DeMeester, Hai Liang, Ashley R. Brown, Zachary S. Jones and Catherine Leimkuhler Grimes
Shabnam Sharifzadeh, Nathaniel W. Brown, Joshua D. Shirley, Kevin E. Bruce, Malcolm E. Winkler and Erin E. Carlson
Samir Gautam, Taehan Kim, Rebecca Howell and David A. Spiegel
Nihar Kinarivala, Lisa Standke, Tezcan Guney, Cheng Ji, Naoyoshi Noguchi, Yasutomi Asano and Derek S. Tan
Andrea K. Steiger, Sarah J. Fansler, Christopher Whidbey and Aaron T. Wright
Byungchul Kim, Juliel Espinosa and Howard C. Hang
Maulik S. Jani, Aneesh T. Veetil and Yamuna Krishnan
Hui Chen and Matthew C. Good
Clifford M. Csizmar and Carston R. Wagner
Joshua S. Wesalo and Alexander Deiters
Johannes Morstein and Dirk Trauner
Miguel Macias-Contreras, Kevin N. Little and Lei Zhu
Michael J. Ziegler and Richard Wombacher
Daniel Z. Wu, Michael A. Lampson and David M. Chenoweth
Robert Maloney, Zakey Yusuf Buuh, Yue Zhao and Rongsheng E. Wang
Katherine Charov and Michael D. Burkart
Chemical Tools for Imaging, Manipulating, and Tracking Biological Systems: Diverse Methods for Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Systems, Volume 638, the latest release in the Methods in Enzymology series, continues the legacy of this premier serial with quality chapters authored by leaders in the field. Sample chapters from this new release include In vitro characterization of the colibactin-activating peptidase ClbP enables development of a fluorogenic activity probe, Using FDAA probes to study cell division in Bacillus subtilis, Chemoenzymatic synthesis of UDP-sugars, Chemical tools for selective activity profiling of bacterial penicillin-binding proteins, Chemical Probes Reveal and Extraseptal Mode of Cross-linking in Staphylococcus Aureus, and much more.
- Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors
- Presents the latest release in the Methods in Enzymology series
- Includes the latest information on retinoid signaling pathways
Biochemists, biophysicists, molecular biologists, analytical chemists, and physiologists.
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 15th May 2020
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David Chenoweth is at University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA
University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA
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