Richard H. Ebright
Richard H. Ebright
Board of Governors Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers University
Verified email at waksman.rutgers.edu - Homepage
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Transcription activation by catabolite activator protein (CAP)
S Busby, RH Ebright
Journal of molecular biology 293 (2), 199-213, 1999
8851999
Dynamically driven protein allostery
N Popovych, S Sun, RH Ebright, CG Kalodimos
Nature structural & molecular biology 13 (9), 831-838, 2006
6372006
New core promoter element in RNA polymerase II-dependent transcription: sequence-specific DNA binding by transcription factor IIB
T Lagrange, AN Kapanidis, H Tang, D Reinberg, RH Ebright
Genes & development 12 (1), 34-44, 1998
5851998
Promoter structure, promoter recognition, and transcription activation in prokaryotes
S Busby, RH Ebright
Cell 79 (5), 743-746, 1994
5721994
Accurate FRET measurements within single diffusing biomolecules using alternating-laser excitation
NK Lee, AN Kapanidis, Y Wang, X Michalet, J Mukhopadhyay, RH Ebright, ...
Biophysical journal 88 (4), 2939-2953, 2005
4472005
Initial transcription by RNA polymerase proceeds through a DNA-scrunching mechanism
AN Kapanidis, E Margeat, SO Ho, E Kortkhonjia, S Weiss, RH Ebright
Science 314 (5802), 1144-1147, 2006
4462006
Abortive initiation and productive initiation by RNA polymerase involve DNA scrunching
A Revyakin, C Liu, RH Ebright, TR Strick
Science 314 (5802), 1139-1143, 2006
3972006
RNA polymerase: structural similarities between bacterial RNA polymerase and eukaryotic RNA polymerase II
RH Ebright
Journal of molecular biology 304 (5), 687-698, 2000
3482000
Random mutagenesis of gene-sized DNA molecules by use of PCR with Taq DNA polymerase.
YH Zhou, XP Zhang, RH Ebright
Nucleic acids research 19 (21), 6052, 1991
3461991
Catabolite activator protein: DNA binding and transcription activation
CL Lawson, D Swigon, KS Murakami, SA Darst, HM Berman, RH Ebright
Current opinion in structural biology 14 (1), 10-20, 2004
3302004
Structural organization of bacterial RNA polymerase holoenzyme and the RNA polymerase-promoter open complex
V Mekler, E Kortkhonjia, J Mukhopadhyay, J Knight, A Revyakin, ...
Cell 108 (5), 599-614, 2002
3222002
Transcription activation at class II CAP-dependent promoters: two interactions between CAP and RNA polymerase
W Niu, Y Kim, G Tau, T Heyduk, RH Ebright
Cell 87 (6), 1123-1134, 1996
3221996
Domain organization of RNA polymerase α subunit: C-terminal 85 amino acids constitute a domain capable of dimerization and DNA binding
EE Blatter, W Ross, H Tang, RL Gourse, RH Ebright
Cell 78 (5), 889-896, 1994
3141994
Structure of the CAP-DNA complex at 2.5 resolution: a complete picture of the protein-DNA interface
G Parkinson, C Wilson, A Gunasekera, YW Ebright, RE Ebright, ...
Journal of molecular biology 260 (3), 395-408, 1996
3121996
Mechanism of ATP-dependent promoter melting by transcription factor IIH
TK Kim, RH Ebright, D Reinberg
Science 288 (5470), 1418-1421, 2000
3072000
Structural basis of transcription initiation
Y Zhang, Y Feng, S Chatterjee, S Tuske, MX Ho, E Arnold, RH Ebright
Science 338 (6110), 1076-1080, 2012
2852012
Transcription activation at class I CAP‐dependent promoters
RH Ebright
Molecular microbiology 8 (5), 797-802, 1993
2851993
Mutations that alter the DNA sequence specificity of the catabolite gene activator protein of E. coli
RH Ebright, P Cossart, B Gicquel-Sanzey, J Beckwith
Nature 311 (5983), 232-235, 1984
2761984
Bacterial RNA polymerase subunit ω and eukaryotic RNA polymerase subunit RPB6 are sequence, structural, and functional homologs and promote RNA polymerase assembly
L Minakhin, S Bhagat, A Brunning, EA Campbell, SA Darst, RH Ebright, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (3), 892-897, 2001
2742001
Bacterial promoter architecture: subsite structure of UP elements and interactions with the carboxy-terminal domain of the RNA polymerase α subunit
ST Estrem, W Ross, T Gaal, ZWS Chen, W Niu, RH Ebright, RL Gourse
Genes & development 13 (16), 2134-2147, 1999
2601999
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