Ekaterine Kortkhonjia, Ph.D.

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2006 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
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General Biophysics
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Richard H. Ebright grad student 2006 Rutgers, New Brunswick
 (Structural transitions in transcription initiation: Displacement of the sigma linker region from the RNA-polymerase RNA exit channel during promoter escape.)
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Kortkhonjia E, Brandman R, Zhou JZ, et al. (2013) Probing antibody internal dynamics with fluorescence anisotropy and molecular dynamics simulations. Mabs. 5: 306-22
Chakraborty A, Wang D, Ebright YW, et al. (2012) Opening and closing of the bacterial RNA polymerase clamp. Science (New York, N.Y.). 337: 591-5
Cellai S, Mangiarotti L, Vannini N, et al. (2007) Upstream promoter sequences and alphaCTD mediate stable DNA wrapping within the RNA polymerase-promoter open complex. Embo Reports. 8: 271-8
Kapanidis AN, Margeat E, Ho SO, et al. (2006) Initial transcription by RNA polymerase proceeds through a DNA-scrunching mechanism. Science (New York, N.Y.). 314: 1144-7
Kapanidis AN, Margeat E, Laurence TA, et al. (2005) Retention of transcription initiation factor sigma70 in transcription elongation: single-molecule analysis. Molecular Cell. 20: 347-56
Mukhopadhyay J, Mekler V, Kortkhonjia E, et al. (2003) Fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) in analysis of transcription-complex structure and function. Methods in Enzymology. 371: 144-59
Mekler V, Kortkhonjia E, Mukhopadhyay J, et al. (2002) Structural organization of bacterial RNA polymerase holoenzyme and the RNA polymerase-promoter open complex. Cell. 108: 599-614
Mukhopadhyay J, Kapanidis AN, Mekler V, et al. (2001) Translocation of sigma(70) with RNA polymerase during transcription: fluorescence resonance energy transfer assay for movement relative to DNA. Cell. 106: 453-63
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