Jason M. Perry, Ph.D.

2000 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
catalytic and biological properties of redox enzymes
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Michael A. Marletta grad student 2000 University of Michigan
 (Transition metals and nitric oxide synthase.)
Nancy E. Kleckner post-doc 2000-2003 Harvard
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Perry J. (2006) The Epc-N domain: a predicted protein-protein interaction domain found in select chromatin associated proteins Bmc Genomics. 7: 6-6
Perry J, Kleckner N, Börner GV. (2005) Bioinformatic analyses implicate the collaborating meiotic crossover/chiasma proteins Zip2, Zip3, and Spo22/Zip4 in ubiquitin labeling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 17594-9
Perry J, Dai X, Zhao Y. (2005) A mutation in the anticodon of a single tRNAala is sufficient to confer auxin resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 139: 1284-90
Perry J. (2005) Weighing in on a Timeless controversy. Proteins. 61: 699-703
Perry J, Zhao Y. (2003) The CW domain, a structural module shared amongst vertebrates, vertebrate-infecting parasites and higher plants. Trends in Biochemical Sciences. 28: 576-80
Perry J, Kleckner N. (2003) The ATRs, ATMs, and TORs are giant HEAT repeat proteins. Cell. 112: 151-5
Perry JM, Zhao Y, Marletta MA. (2000) Cu2+ and Zn2+ inhibit nitric-oxide synthase through an interaction with the reductase domain. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 275: 14070-6
Perry JM, Marletta MA. (1998) Effects of transition metals on nitric oxide synthase catalysis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 95: 11101-6
Perry JM, Moon N, Zhao Y, et al. (1998) The high-potential flavin and heme of nitric oxide synthase are not magnetically linked: implications for electron transfer. Chemistry & Biology. 5: 355-64
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