Bobby N. Trawick, Ph.D.

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Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Area:
Nucleic Acid Chemistry
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John-Stephen A. Taylor grad student 2000 Washington University
 (Structural and combinatorial approaches to ribozyme mimic optimization.)
James Keane Bashkin grad student 2000-2000 Washington University
 (Structural and combinatorial approaches to ribozyme mimic optimization.)
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Hoque R, Farooq A, Malik A, et al. (2013) A novel small-molecule enantiomeric analogue of traditional (-)-morphinans has specific TLR9 antagonist properties and reduces sterile inflammation-induced organ damage. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 190: 4297-304
Trawick BN, Osiek TA, Bashkin JK. (2001) Enhancing sequence-specific cleavage of RNA within a duplex region: incorporation of 1,3-propanediol linkers into oligonucleotide conjugates of serinol-terpyridine. Bioconjugate Chemistry. 12: 900-5
Putnam WC, Daniher AT, Trawick BN, et al. (2001) Efficient new ribozyme mimics: direct mapping of molecular design principles from small molecules to macromolecular, biomimetic catalysts. Nucleic Acids Research. 29: 2199-204
Trawick BN, Daniher AT, Bashkin JK. (1998) Inorganic Mimics of Ribonucleases and Ribozymes: From Random Cleavage to Sequence-Specific Chemistry to Catalytic Antisense Drugs. Chemical Reviews. 98: 939-960
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