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Kensal E. van Holde

Biochemistry and Biophysics Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
the structure of chromatin and the structure and function of hemocyanins
"Kensal E. van Holde"

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John Warren Williams grad student 1952 UW Madison
 (A study of the viscoelastic behavior and molecular weight distribution of polyisobutylene)


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George D. Rose grad student 1976 Oregon State
Kelly G. Tatchell grad student 1978 Oregon State (Cell Biology Tree)
Thomas P. Ellen grad student 2004 Oregon State
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Decker H, Van Holde KE. (2011) Oxygen and the evolution of life Oxygen and the Evolution of Life. 1-172
van Holde KE. (2008) Learning how to be a scientist. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 283: 4461-4463
van Holde K, Zlatanova J. (2007) Chromatin fiber structure: Where is the problem now? Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 18: 651-8
Zlatanova J, van Holde K. (2006) Single-molecule biology: what is it and how does it work? Molecular Cell. 24: 317-29
van Holde K, Zlatanova J. (2006) Scanning chromatin: a new paradigm? The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281: 12197-200
Demeler B, Van Holde KE. (2004) Sedimentation velocity analysis of highly heterogeneous systems Analytical Biochemistry. 335: 279-288
Ellen TP, Van Holde KE. (2004) Linker histone interaction shows divalent character with both supercoiled and linear DNA Biochemistry. 43: 7867-7872
Van Holde KE. (2004) Sedimentation equilibrium and the foundations of protein chemistry Biophysical Chemistry. 108: 5-8
Bradbury EM, van Holde KE. (2004) Chromatin structure and dynamics: a historical perspective New Comprehensive Biochemistry. 39: 1-11
Van Holde K, Yager T. (2003) Models for chromatin remodeling: A critical comparison Biochemistry and Cell Biology. 81: 169-172
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