Rick Russell

2002- Cellular and Molecular Biology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Molecular Biology, General Biophysics, Biochemistry
"Rick Russell"

DOI: 10.1021/bi972025p


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Roger McMacken grad student 1997 Johns Hopkins (Microtree)
 (Kinetic characterization of the ATPase cycle of DnaK, an E. coli Molecular chaperone.)


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Hari P. Bhaskaran grad student 2008 UT Austin
Amanda B. Chadee grad student 2009 UT Austin
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Gracia B, Xue Y, Bisaria N, et al. (2016) RNA Structural Modules Control the Rate and Pathway of RNA Folding and Assembly. Journal of Molecular Biology
Xue Y, Gracia B, Herschlag D, et al. (2016) Visualizing the formation of an RNA folding intermediate through a fast highly modular secondary structure switch. Nature Communications. 7: ncomms11768
Cannon B, Kachroo AH, Jarmoskaite I, et al. (2015) Hexapeptides That Inhibit Processing of Branched DNA Structures Induce a Dynamic Ensemble of Holliday Junction Conformations. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 290: 22734-46
Russell R. (2015) Unwinding the mechanisms of a DEAD-box RNA helicase in cancer. Journal of Molecular Biology. 427: 1797-800
Russell R. (2015) Reflections on 20 years of RNA folding, dynamics, and structure. Rna (New York, N.Y.). 21: 723-4
Ward WL, Russell R. (2015) Key points to consider when studying RNA remodeling by proteins. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1259: 1-16
Russell RR. (2015) Radical empathy in Virginia woolf's MRS. Dalloway Genre. 48: 341-381
Pan C, Potratz JP, Cannon B, et al. (2014) DEAD-box helicase proteins disrupt RNA tertiary structure through helix capture. Plos Biology. 12: e1001981
Russell R, Matouschek A. (2014) Chance, destiny, and the inner workings of ClpXP. Cell. 158: 479-80
Jarmoskaite I, Bhaskaran H, Seifert S, et al. (2014) DEAD-box protein CYT-19 is activated by exposed helices in a group I intron RNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: E2928-36
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