Tomasz Heyduk

Affiliations: 
Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, United States 
Area:
Biochemistry
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Feklistov A, Bae B, Hauver J, et al. (2017) RNA polymerase motions during promoter melting. Science (New York, N.Y.). 356: 863-866
Lass-Napiorkowska A, Heyduk T. (2016) Real-time observation of backtracking by bacterial RNA polymerase. Biochemistry
Heyduk T, Heyduk E. (2015) Next Generation Sequencing-based analysis of RNA polymerase functions. Methods (San Diego, Calif.). 86: 37-44
Ko J, Heyduk T. (2014) Kinetics of promoter escape by bacterial RNA polymerase: effects of promoter contacts and transcription bubble collapse. The Biochemical Journal. 463: 135-44
Heyduk E, Heyduk T. (2014) Next generation sequencing-based parallel analysis of melting kinetics of 4096 variants of a bacterial promoter. Biochemistry. 53: 282-92
Lass-Napiorkowska A, Heyduk E, Tian L, et al. (2012) Detection methodology based on target molecule-induced sequence-specific binding to a single-stranded oligonucleotide. Analytical Chemistry. 84: 3382-9
Sztiller-Sikorska M, Heyduk E, Heyduk T. (2011) Promoter spacer DNA plays an active role in integrating the functional consequences of RNA polymerase contacts with -10 and -35 promoter elements. Biophysical Chemistry. 159: 73-81
Heyduk E, Lass A, Tian L, et al. (2011) Heterogeneous Immunosensors that Do not Require Protein Immobilization Biophysical Journal. 100: 485a
Tian L, Heyduk T. (2009) Antigen peptide-based immunosensors for rapid detection of antibodies and antigens. Analytical Chemistry. 81: 5218-25
Tian L, Heyduk T. (2009) Bivalent ligands with long nanometer-scale flexible linkers. Biochemistry. 48: 264-75
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