Nathan Jeremy Hillson - Publications

2005 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 

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2020 Fero MJ, Craft JK, Vu T, Hillson NJ. Combinatorial-Hierarchical DNA Library Design Using the TeselaGen DESIGN Module with j5. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2205: 19-47. PMID 32809191 DOI: 10.1007/978-1-0716-0908-8_2  0.306
2020 Barthel S, Palluk S, Hillson NJ, Keasling JD, Arlow DH. Enhancing Terminal Deoxynucleotidyl Transferase Activity on Substrates with 3' Terminal Structures for Enzymatic De Novo DNA Synthesis. Genes. 11. PMID 31963235 DOI: 10.3390/Genes11010102  0.357
2019 Barajas JF, McAndrew RP, Thompson MG, Backman TWH, Pang B, de Rond T, Pereira JH, Benites VT, Martín HG, Baidoo EEK, Hillson NJ, Adams PD, Keasling JD. Structural insights into dehydratase substrate selection for the borrelidin and fluvirucin polyketide synthases. Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology. PMID 31115703 DOI: 10.1007/S10295-019-02189-Z  0.33
2019 Opgenorth P, Costello Z, Okada T, Goyal G, Chen Y, Gin J, Benites VT, Raad M, Northen TR, Deng K, Deutsch S, Baidoo EEK, Petzold CJ, Hillson NJ, Garcia Martin H, et al. Lessons from two Design-Build-Test-Learn cycles of dodecanol production in Escherichia coli aided by machine learning. Acs Synthetic Biology. PMID 31072100 DOI: 10.1021/Acssynbio.9B00020  0.302
2018 Palluk S, Arlow DH, de Rond T, Barthel S, Kang JS, Bector R, Baghdassarian HM, Truong AN, Kim PW, Singh AK, Hillson NJ, Keasling JD. De novo DNA synthesis using polymerase-nucleotide conjugates. Nature Biotechnology. PMID 29912208 DOI: 10.1038/Nbt.4173  0.314
2017 Dossani ZY, Apel AR, Middleton HS, Hillson NJ, Deutch S, Keasling JD, Mukhopadhyay A. A combinatorial approach to Synthetic Transcription Factor-Promoter combinations for yeast strain engineering. Yeast (Chichester, England). PMID 29084380 DOI: 10.1002/Yea.3292  0.303
2017 de Rond T, Stow P, Eigl I, Johnson RE, Chan LJG, Goyal G, Baidoo EEK, Hillson NJ, Petzold CJ, Sarpong R, Keasling JD. Oxidative cyclization of prodigiosin by an alkylglycerol monooxygenase-like enzyme. Nature Chemical Biology. PMID 28892091 DOI: 10.1038/Nchembio.2471  0.319
2017 Gach PC, Iwai K, Kim PW, Hillson NJ, Singh AK. Droplet microfluidics for synthetic biology. Lab On a Chip. PMID 28820204 DOI: 10.1039/C7Lc00576H  0.312
2016 Reider Apel A, d'Espaux L, Wehrs M, Sachs D, Li RA, Tong GJ, Garber M, Nnadi O, Zhuang W, Hillson NJ, Keasling JD, Mukhopadhyay A. A Cas9-based toolkit to program gene expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Nucleic Acids Research. PMID 27899650 DOI: 10.1093/Nar/Gkw1023  0.355
2016 Javidpour P, Deutsch S, Mutalik VK, Hillson NJ, Petzold CJ, Keasling JD, Beller HR. Investigation of Proposed Ladderane Biosynthetic Genes from Anammox Bacteria by Heterologous Expression in E. coli. Plos One. 11: e0151087. PMID 26975050 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0151087  0.339
2016 Linshiz G, Jensen E, Stawski N, Bi C, Elsbree N, Jiao H, Kim J, Mathies R, Keasling JD, Hillson NJ. End-to-end automated microfluidic platform for synthetic biology: from design to functional analysis. Journal of Biological Engineering. 10: 3. PMID 26839585 DOI: 10.1186/S13036-016-0024-5  0.31
2015 Shih SC, Goyal G, Kim PW, Koutsoubelis N, Keasling JD, Adams PD, Hillson NJ, Singh AK. A Versatile Microfluidic Device for Automating Synthetic Biology. Acs Synthetic Biology. PMID 26075958 DOI: 10.1021/Acssynbio.5B00062  0.346
2015 Alonso-Gutierrez J, Kim EM, Batth TS, Cho N, Hu Q, Chan LJ, Petzold CJ, Hillson NJ, Adams PD, Keasling JD, Garcia Martin H, Lee TS. Principal component analysis of proteomics (PCAP) as a tool to direct metabolic engineering. Metabolic Engineering. 28: 123-33. PMID 25554074 DOI: 10.1016/J.Ymben.2014.11.011  0.318
2014 Hillson NJ. j5 DNA assembly design automation. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1116: 245-69. PMID 24395369 DOI: 10.1007/978-1-62703-764-8_17  0.306
2012 Hillson NJ, Rosengarten RD, Keasling JD. j5 DNA assembly design automation software. Acs Synthetic Biology. 1: 14-21. PMID 23651006 DOI: 10.1021/Sb2000116  0.315
2006 Hicks LM, Balibar CJ, Walsh CT, Kelleher NL, Hillson NJ. Probing intra- versus interchain kinetic preferences of L-Thr acylation on dimeric VibF with mass spectrometry. Biophysical Journal. 91: 2609-19. PMID 16815901 DOI: 10.1529/Biophysj.106.084848  0.7
2005 Kelly WL, Hillson NJ, Walsh CT. Excision of the epothilone synthetase B cyclization domain and demonstration of in trans condensation/cyclodehydration activity. Biochemistry. 44: 13385-93. PMID 16201763 DOI: 10.1021/Bi051124X  0.553
2005 Pacholec M, Hillson NJ, Walsh CT. NovJ/NovK catalyze benzylic oxidation of a beta-hydroxyl tyrosyl-S-pantetheinyl enzyme during aminocoumarin ring formation in novobiocin biosynthesis. Biochemistry. 44: 12819-26. PMID 16171397 DOI: 10.1021/bi051297m  0.677
2004 Hillson NJ, Balibar CJ, Walsh CT. Catalytically inactive condensation domain C1 is responsible for the dimerization of the VibF subunit of vibriobactin synthetase. Biochemistry. 43: 11344-51. PMID 15366944 DOI: 10.1021/Bi0489199  0.701
2003 Hillson NJ, Walsh CT. Dimeric structure of the six-domain VibF subunit of vibriobactin synthetase: mutant domain activity regain and ultracentrifugation studies. Biochemistry. 42: 766-75. PMID 12534289 DOI: 10.1021/Bi026903H  0.559
2002 Sieber SA, Linne U, Hillson NJ, Roche E, Walsh CT, Marahiel MA. Evidence for a monomeric structure of nonribosomal Peptide synthetases. Chemistry & Biology. 9: 997-1008. PMID 12323374 DOI: 10.1016/S1074-5521(02)00214-4  0.65
2002 Miller DA, Luo L, Hillson N, Keating TA, Walsh CT. Yersiniabactin synthetase: a four-protein assembly line producing the nonribosomal peptide/polyketide hybrid siderophore of Yersinia pestis. Chemistry & Biology. 9: 333-44. PMID 11927258 DOI: 10.1016/S1074-5521(02)00115-1  0.644
2002 Marshall CG, Hillson NJ, Walsh CT. Catalytic mapping of the vibriobactin biosynthetic enzyme VibF. Biochemistry. 41: 244-50. PMID 11772022 DOI: 10.1021/Bi011852U  0.512
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