Orr Ashenberg

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Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center 
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Phillips AM, Ponomarenko AI, Chen K, et al. (2018) Destabilized adaptive influenza variants critical for innate immune system escape are potentiated by host chaperones. Plos Biology. 16: e3000008
Ashenberg O, Padmakumar J, Doud MB, et al. (2017) Deep mutational scanning identifies sites in influenza nucleoprotein that affect viral inhibition by MxA. Plos Pathogens. 13: e1006288
Doud MB, Ashenberg O, Bloom JD. (2015) Site-Specific Amino Acid Preferences Are Mostly Conserved in Two Closely Related Protein Homologs. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32: 2944-60
Ashenberg O, Gong LI, Bloom JD. (2013) Mutational effects on stability are largely conserved during protein evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 21071-6
Reinke AW, Baek J, Ashenberg O, et al. (2013) Networks of bZIP protein-protein interactions diversified over a billion years of evolution. Science (New York, N.Y.). 340: 730-4
Ashenberg O, Laub MT. (2013) Using analyses of amino acid coevolution to understand protein structure and function Methods in Enzymology. 523: 191-212
Ashenberg O, Keating AE, Laub MT. (2013) Helix bundle loops determine whether histidine kinases autophosphorylate in cis or in trans Journal of Molecular Biology. 425: 1198-1209
Reinke AW, Baek J, Ashenberg O, et al. (2013) Networks of bZIP protein-protein interactions diversified over a billion years of evolution Science. 340: 730-734
Ashenberg O, Gong LI, Bloom JD. (2013) Mutational effects on stability are largely conserved during protein evolution Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 21071-21076
Capra EJ, Perchuk BS, Ashenberg O, et al. (2012) Spatial tethering of kinases to their substrates relaxes evolutionary constraints on specificity Molecular Microbiology. 86: 1393-1403
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