George L. McLendon

Rice University, Houston, TX 
inorganic and physical biochemistry
"George McLendon"
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Arthur Earl Martell grad student 1976 Texas A & M
 (Inorganic oxygen carriers as models for biological systems)


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Thomas F Guarr grad student 1979-1984 Rochester
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Chakrabarti R, Rabitz H, Springs SL, et al. (2008) Mutagenic evidence for the optimal control of evolutionary dynamics Physical Review Letters. 100
Splan KE, Allen JE, McLendon GL. (2007) Biochemical basis for enhanced binding of peptide dimers to X-linked inhibitor of apoptosis protein Biochemistry. 46: 11938-11944
Wist AD, Gu L, Riedl SJ, et al. (2007) Structure-activity based study of the Smac-binding pocket within the BIR3 domain of XIAP Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. 15: 2935-2943
Allen JE, McLendon GL. (2006) Tryptophan and tyrosine to terbium fluorescence resonance energy transfer as a method to "map" aromatic residues and monitor docking Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 349: 1264-1268
Tan WB, Cheng W, Webber A, et al. (2005) Endonuclease-like activity of heme proteins. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry : Jbic : a Publication of the Society of Biological Inorganic Chemistry. 10: 790-9
Doerr AJ, McLendon GL. (2004) Design, folding, and activities of metal-assembled coiled coil proteins Inorganic Chemistry. 43: 7916-7925
Case MA, Mclendon GL. (2004) Metal-assembled modular proteins: Toward functional protein design Accounts of Chemical Research. 37: 754-762
Balakrishnan G, Tsai CH, Wu Q, et al. (2004) Hemoglobin site-mutants reveal dynamical role of interhelical H-bonds in the allosteric pathway: Time-resolved UV resonance raman evidence for intra-dimer coupling Journal of Molecular Biology. 340: 857-868
Balakrishnan G, Case MA, Pevsner A, et al. (2004) Time-resolved absorption and UV resonance raman spectra reveal stepwise formation of T quaternary contacts in the allosteric pathway of hemoglobin Journal of Molecular Biology. 340: 843-856
Doerr AJ, Case MA, Pelczer I, et al. (2004) Design of a Functional Protein for Molecular Recognition: Specificity of Ligand Binding in a Metal-Assembled Protein Cavity Probed by 19F NMR Journal of the American Chemical Society. 126: 4192-4198
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