Katherine S. Ryan, Ph.D.

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Chemistry University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Ryan KS, Drennan CL. (2018) Metalloenzymes in natural product biosynthetic pathways. Natural Product Reports
Du YL, Singh R, Alkhalaf LM, et al. (2016) A pyridoxal phosphate-dependent enzyme that oxidizes an unactivated carbon-carbon bond. Nature Chemical Biology
Deng X, Duffy SP, Myrand-Lapierre ME, et al. (2015) Reduced deformability of parasitized red blood cells as a biomarker for anti-malarial drug efficacy. Malaria Journal. 14: 428
Alkhalaf LM, Ryan KS. (2015) Biosynthetic manipulation of tryptophan in bacteria: pathways and mechanisms. Chemistry & Biology. 22: 317-28
Du YL, Alkhalaf LM, Ryan KS. (2015) In vitro reconstitution of indolmycin biosynthesis reveals the molecular basis of oxazolinone assembly. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 2717-22
Du YL, Ryan KS. (2015) Expansion of Bisindole Biosynthetic Pathways by Combinatorial Construction. Acs Synthetic Biology. 4: 682-8
Du YL, Williams DE, Patrick BO, et al. (2014) Reconstruction of cladoniamide biosynthesis reveals nonenzymatic routes to bisindole diversity. Acs Chemical Biology. 9: 2748-54
Yamanaka K, Reynolds KA, Kersten RD, et al. (2014) Direct cloning and refactoring of a silent lipopeptide biosynthetic gene cluster yields the antibiotic taromycin A. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 1957-62
Sydor AM, Jost M, Ryan KS, et al. (2013) Metal binding properties of Escherichia coli YjiA, a member of the metal homeostasis-associated COG0523 family of GTPases. Biochemistry. 52: 1788-1801
Du YL, Dalisay DS, Andersen RJ, et al. (2013) N-carbamoylation of 2,4-diaminobutyrate reroutes the outcome in padanamide biosynthesis. Chemistry & Biology. 20: 1002-11
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