Jacek Kozuch

Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
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Ji Z, Kozuch J, Mathews II, et al. (2022) Protein Electric Fields Enable Faster and Longer-Lasting Covalent Inhibition of β-Lactamases. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 144: 20947-20954
Utesch T, Staffa J, Katz S, et al. (2022) Potential Distribution across Model Membranes. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Zheng C, Mao Y, Kozuch J, et al. (2022) A two-directional vibrational probe reveals different electric field orientations in solution and an enzyme active site. Nature Chemistry
Weaver JB, Kozuch J, Kirsh JM, et al. (2022) Nitrile Infrared Intensities Characterize Electric Fields and Hydrogen Bonding in Protic, Aprotic, and Protein Environments. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Schneider SH, Kozuch J, Boxer SG. (2021) The Interplay of Electrostatics and Chemical Positioning in the Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance in TEM β-Lactamases. Acs Central Science. 7: 1996-2008
Kraskov A, von Sass J, Nguyen AD, et al. (2021) Local Electric Field Changes during the Photoconversion of the Bathy Phytochrome Agp2. Biochemistry. 60: 2967-2977
Baserga F, Dragelj J, Kozuch J, et al. (2021) Quantification of Local Electric Field Changes at the Active Site of Cytochrome Oxidase by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroelectrochemical Titrations. Frontiers in Chemistry. 9: 669452
Kozuch J, Schneider SH, Zheng C, et al. (2021) Testing the Limitations of MD-Based Local Electric Fields Using the Vibrational Stark Effect in Solution: Penicillin G as a Test Case. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Kozuch J, Schneider SH, Boxer SG. (2020) Biosynthetic Incorporation of Site-Specific Isotopes in β-Lactam Antibiotics Enables Biophysical Studies. Acs Chemical Biology
de Miguel Catalina A, Forbrig E, Kozuch J, et al. (2019) The C-Terminal VPRTES Tail of LL-37 Influences the Mode of Attachment to a Lipid Bilayer and Antimicrobial Activity. Biochemistry
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