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Albert Reginald Pinder grad student 1958 Cardiff University
Ewart Ray Herbert Jones grad student 1960 Oxford
 (Investigations on the synthesis of natural allenic and acetylenic systems)
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Rendle PM, Seger A, Rodrigues J, et al. (2004) Glycodendriproteins: a synthetic glycoprotein mimic enzyme with branched sugar-display potently inhibits bacterial aggregation. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 126: 4750-1
Davis BG, Sala RF, Hodgson DR, et al. (2003) Selective protein degradation by ligand-targeted enzymes: towards the creation of catalytic antagonists. Chembiochem : a European Journal of Chemical Biology. 4: 533-7
Davis BG, Sala RF, Hodgson DRW, et al. (2003) Cover Picture: Selective Protein Degradation by Ligand-Targeted Enzymes: Towards the Creation of Catalytic Antagonists (ChemBioChem 6/2003) Chembiochem. 4: 457-457
Jones JB, Jakovac IJ. (2003) Preparation of Chiral, Nonracemic γ-Lactones by Enzymecatalyzed Oxidation of meso-Diols: ( + )-(1R,6S)-8-Oxabicyclo[4.3.0]Nonan-7-One Organic Syntheses. 10-10
Matsumoto K, Davis BG, Jones JB. (2002) Chemically modified "polar patch" mutants of subtilisin in peptide synthesis with remarkably broad substrate acceptance: designing combinatorial biocatalysts. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 8: 4129-37
Matsumoto K, Davis BG, Jones JB. (2001) Glycosylation of the primary binding pocket of a subtilisin protease causes a remarkable broadening in stereospecificity in peptide synthesis Chemical Communications. 903-904
Khumtaveeporn K, Ullmann A, Matsumoto K, et al. (2001) Expanding the utility of proteases in synthesis: Broadening the substrate acceptance in non-coded amide bond formation using chemically modified mutants of subtilisin Tetrahedron Asymmetry. 12: 249-261
Dickman M, Jones JB. (2000) Covalent modification of subtilisin Bacillus lentus cysteine mutants with enantiomerically pure chiral auxiliaries causes remarkable changes in activity. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 8: 1957-1968
Lloyd RC, Davis BG, Jones JB. (2000) Site-selective glycosylation of subtilisin Bacillus lentus causes dramatic increases in esterase activity. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 8: 1537-44
Davis BG, Lloyd RC, Jones JB. (2000) Controlled site-selective protein glycosylation for precise glycan structure-catalytic activity relationships. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 8: 1527-35
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