Chemistry Department

Saint Mary's College of California

  

 
 

 

Research Presentations

Sigman, Jeffrey A., Song, Michelle M., Elmore, Donald E., Bruce, Lisa A., Pabon, Amanda, Glucksman, Marc J., and Wolfson, Adele J., " The 599-611 loop in thimet oligopeptidase modulates substrate selection via hydrogen bonding " Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, 2008

Randall D., Bruce B.A., Song M.M., Hayes G.A., Pabon, A., Glucksman M.J., Sigman J.A., and Wolfson A.J. "Loop region 599-611 determines substrate specificity in thimet oligopeptidase " Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Francisco CA, 2006.

Stadelmann L.E., Leong R., Mann-Stadt C.F., Kannabiran D.R., Glucksman M.J., Sigman J.A., and Wolfson A.J. "Lowered flexibility in thimet oligopeptidase (EC3.4.24.15) leads to a change in substrate specificity" Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, 2005.

Joseph C.D., Sigman J.A., and Wolfson A.J. "Bradykinin hydrolysis by cyanobacterial cell extracts" American Chemical Society 225th National Meeting, New Orleans LA, 2003.

Patwa T.H., Sigman J.A., and Wolfson A.J. "Two-step denaturation of thimet oligopeptidase in urea" American Chemical Society 225th National Meeting, New Orleans LA, 2003.

Walsh S.T., Sigman J.A., Tablante A.V., Pabon A., Glucksman M.J., and Wolfson A.J. "Involvement of surface cysteines on thimet oligopeptidase activity and multimer formation" Experimental Biology, New Orleans LA, 2002.

Edwards S.R., Sigman J.A., and Wolfson A.J. "Binding of natural and artificial substrates to thimet oligopeptidase" Experimental Biology, New Orleans LA, 2002.

Sharky M.L., Kettenis H.A., Sigman J.A. and Wolfson A.J. "Involvement of surface cysteines in formation of multimers and inactivation of Endopeptidase EC 3.4.24.15" American Society for Biochemistry and Molececular Biology Annual Meeting, Orlando FL, 2001.

Sigman J.A., Walsh S.T., Shalev S.M., Kettenis H.A. and Wolfson A.J. "The role of Mn(II) and Ca(II) in enhancing the activity of 3.4.24.15" American Society for Biochemistry and Molececular Biology Annual Meeting, Orlando FL, 2001.


 
 

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