Daniel N. Bolon, Ph.D.

Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, United States 
molecular evolution
"Daniel Bolon"
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Stephen L. Mayo grad student 1997-2002 Caltech (Chemistry Tree)
 (Computational enzyme design.)
Robert T. Sauer post-doc 2002-2005 MIT (Chemistry Tree)
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Bank C, Renzette N, Liu P, et al. (2016) An experimental evaluation of drug-induced mutational meltdown as an antiviral treatment strategy. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Bolon DN, Baker D, Tawfik DS. (2016) Editorial. Protein Science : a Publication of the Protein Society
Mavor D, Barlow K, Thompson S, et al. (2016) Determination of ubiquitin fitness landscapes under different chemical stresses in a classroom setting. Elife. 5
Mishra P, Flynn JM, Starr TN, et al. (2016) Systematic Mutant Analyses Elucidate General and Client-Specific Aspects of Hsp90 Function. Cell Reports
Boucher JI, Bolon DN, Tawfik DS. (2016) Quantifying and understanding the fitness effects of protein mutations: Laboratory versus nature. Protein Science : a Publication of the Protein Society
Jiang L, Liu P, Bank C, et al. (2015) A balance between inhibitor binding and substrate processing confers influenza drug resistance. Journal of Molecular Biology
Zeldovich KB, Liu P, Renzette N, et al. (2015) Positive Selection Drives Preferred Segment Combinations during Influenza Virus Reassortment. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32: 1519-32
Bank C, Hietpas RT, Jensen JD, et al. (2015) A systematic survey of an intragenic epistatic landscape. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32: 229-38
Flynn JM, Mishra P, Bolon DNA. (2015) Mechanistic Asymmetry in Hsp90 Dimers Journal of Molecular Biology
Boucher JI, Cote P, Flynn J, et al. (2014) Viewing protein fitness landscapes through a next-gen lens. Genetics. 198: 461-71
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