John Wilkie, Ph.D.

Chemistry University of Birmingham, UK, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
Computational Bio-organic Chemistry
"John Wilkie"
Mean distance: 9.13
BETA: Related publications


You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Kamerlin SC, Wilkie J. (2011) The effect of leaving group on mechanistic preference in phosphate monoester hydrolysis. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 9: 5394-406
Christofferson A, Wilkie J. (2009) Mechanism of CB1954 reduction by Escherichia coli nitroreductase. Biochemical Society Transactions. 37: 413-8
Kamerlin SC, Wilkie J. (2007) The role of metal ions in phosphate ester hydrolysis. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 5: 2098-108
Rutherford TJ, Wilkie J, Vu CQ, et al. (2001) NMR studies and semi-empirical energy calculations for cyclic ADP-ribose. Nucleosides, Nucleotides & Nucleic Acids. 20: 1485-95
Belloni M, Manickam M, Ashton PR, et al. (2001) The X-ray crystal structures and computational analysis of NH...π hydrogen bonded banana-shaped carbazole derivatives and thermal analysis of higher mesogenic homologues Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals Science and Technology Section a: Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals. 369: 17-35
Miller DJ, Beaton MW, Wilkie J, et al. (2000) The 6-OH group of D-inositol 1-phosphate serves as an H-bond donor in the catalytic hydrolysis of the phosphate ester by inositol monophosphatase. Chembiochem : a European Journal of Chemical Biology. 1: 262-71
Ryan MD, Donnelly M, Lewis A, et al. (1999) A model for nonstoichiometric, cotranslational protein scission in eukaryotic ribosomes Bioorganic Chemistry. 27: 55-79
Schulz J, Wilkie J, Beaton MW, et al. (1998) Preparation and properties of 6-substituted cyclohexane-1,2,4-triol derivatives: mechanistic probes for the inositol monophosphatase reaction. Biochemical Society Transactions. 26: 315-22
Lewis A, Rutherford TJ, Wilkie J, et al. (1998) Design, construction and properties of peptide N-terminal cap templates devised to initiate α-helices. Part 3. Caps derived from N-[(2S)-2-chloropropionyl]-(2S)-Pro-(2R)-Ala-(2S,4S)-4-thioPro-OMe Journal of the Chemical Society - Perkin Transactions 1. 3795-3806
Gani D, Lewis A, Rutherford T, et al. (1998) Design, synthesis, structure and properties of an α-helix cap template derived from N-[(2S)-2-chloropropionyl]-(2S)-Pro-(2R)-Ala-(2S,4S)-4-thioPro- OMe which initiates α-helical structures Tetrahedron. 54: 15793-15819
See more...