Jörg Zimmermann

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2003-2010 Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, La Jolla, CA, United States 
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Adhikary R, Zimmermann J, Stanfield RL, et al. (2019) Structure and Dynamics of Stacking Interactions in an Antibody Binding Site. Biochemistry
Holcomb M, Adhikary R, Zimmermann J, et al. (2017) Topological Evidence of Previously Overlooked Ni+1-H···Ni H-Bonds and Their Contribution to Protein Structure and Stability. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
Adhikary R, Tan YX, Liu J, et al. (2017) Conformational Heterogeneity and DNA Recognition by the Morphogen Bicoid. Biochemistry
Adhikary R, Zimmermann J, Romesberg FE. (2017) Transparent Window Vibrational Probes for the Characterization of Proteins With High Structural and Temporal Resolution. Chemical Reviews
Adhikary R, Zimmermann J, Dawson PE, et al. (2015) Temperature Dependence of CN and SCN IR Absorptions Facilitates Their Interpretation and Use as Probes of Proteins. Analytical Chemistry
Adhikary R, Yu W, Oda M, et al. (2015) Adaptive mutations alter antibody structure and dynamics during affinity maturation. Biochemistry. 54: 2085-93
Adhikary R, Zimmermann J, Liu J, et al. (2014) Evidence of an unusual N-H···N hydrogen bond in proteins. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 136: 13474-7
Adhikary R, Zimmermann J, Dawson PE, et al. (2014) IR probes of protein microenvironments: utility and potential for perturbation. Chemphyschem : a European Journal of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry. 15: 849-53
Zimmermann J, Romesberg FE. (2014) Carbon-deuterium bonds as non-perturbative infrared probes of protein dynamics, electrostatics, heterogeneity, and folding. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1084: 101-19
Li Z, Lavergne T, Malyshev DA, et al. (2013) Site-specifically arraying small molecules or proteins on DNA using an expanded genetic alphabet. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 19: 14205-9
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