Jeremy Mark Berg

structural and functional roles that metal ions, especially zinc, have in proteins
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Richard Hadley Holm grad student 1985 Harvard
 (A structural, spectroscopic and reactivity model for the active sites of molybdenum-containing enzymes)
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Namuswe F, Berg JM. (2012) Secondary interactions involving zinc-bound ligands: roles in structural stabilization and macromolecular interactions. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 111: 146-9
Wang R, Ilangovan U, Leal BZ, et al. (2011) Identification of nucleic acid binding residues in the FCS domain of the polycomb group protein polyhomeotic. Biochemistry. 50: 4998-5007
Guerrerio AL, Berg JM. (2010) Design of single-stranded nucleic acid binding peptides based on nucleocapsid CCHC-box zinc-binding domains. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 132: 9638-43
Jantz D, Berg JM. (2010) Probing the DNA-binding affinity and specificity of designed zinc finger proteins. Biophysical Journal. 98: 852-60
Ghosh D, Berg JM. (2010) A proteome-wide perspective on peroxisome targeting signal 1(PTS1)-Pex5p affinities. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 132: 3973-9
Davis AM, Berg JM. (2009) Homodimerization and heterodimerization of minimal zinc(II)-binding-domain peptides of T-cell proteins CD4, CD8alpha, and Lck. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 131: 11492-7
Martin GG, Hostetler HA, McIntosh AL, et al. (2008) Structure and function of the sterol carrier protein-2 N-terminal presequence. Biochemistry. 47: 5915-34
Maynard EL, Berg JM. (2007) Quantitative analysis of peroxisomal targeting signal type-1 binding to wild-type and pathogenic mutants of Pex5p supports an affinity threshold for peroxisomal protein targeting. Journal of Molecular Biology. 368: 1259-66
Mani M, Smith J, Kandavelou K, et al. (2005) Binding of two zinc finger nuclease monomers to two specific sites is required for effective double-strand DNA cleavage. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 334: 1191-7
Thickman KR, Davis A, Berg JM. (2004) Site selection in tandem arrays of metal-binding domains. Inorganic Chemistry. 43: 7897-901
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