Tamara A. Kale, Ph.D.

2001 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
protein engineering, protein prenylation and cellular patterning
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Mark D. Distefano grad student 2001 UMN
 (Photoactivatable prenylated cysteine analogs: Syntheses and applications in studies of prenylated proteins.)
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Rose MW, Xu J, Kale TA, et al. (2005) Enzymatic incorporation of orthogonally reactive prenylazide groups into peptides using geranylazide diphosphate via protein farnesyltransferase: implications for selective protein labeling. Biopolymers. 80: 164-71
Kale TA, Hsieh SA, Rose MW, et al. (2003) Use of synthetic isoprenoid analogues for understanding protein prenyltransferase mechanism and structure. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry. 3: 1043-74
Kale TA, Distefano MD. (2003) Diazotrifluoropropionamido-containing prenylcysteines: syntheses and applications for studying isoprenoid-protein interactions. Organic Letters. 5: 609-12
Kale TA, Raab C, Yu N, et al. (2003) Synthesis of high specific activity 35S-labelled N-methanesulfonyl farnesylcysteine and a photoactive analog Journal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals. 46: 29-54
Kale TA, Turek TC, Chang V, et al. (2002) Preparation and application of G protein gamma subunit-derived peptides incorporating a photoactive isoprenoid. Methods in Enzymology. 344: 245-58
Kale TA, Raab C, Yu N, et al. (2001) A photoactivatable prenylated cysteine designed to study isoprenoid recognition. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 123: 4373-81
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