User:Ian T. Suydam
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- Ian T. Suydam
- Seattle University
- Chemistry Department
- BANN 611
- Seattle, WA, 98122
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- 2009, Postdoctoral Fellow, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale University
- 2005, PhD, Chemistry, Stanford University
- 1998, BA, Chemistry, Bard College
- Electrostatics and pKa Perturbations in Structured Biopolymers
- Synthesis of Riboswitch Binding Metabolites and Modified Analogs
- Molecular Determinants of Small Molecular Binding to Folded RNA
- Thermodynamics and Kinetics of RNA Folding
5. Suydam, I. T., Levandoski, S. D., and Strobel, S. A. (2010) Catalytic Importance of a Protonated Adenosine in the Hairpin Ribozyme Active Site, Biochemistry 49, 3723-3732.
4. Suydam, I. T., and Strobel, S. A. (2009) Nucleotide Analog Interference Mapping, Methods Enzymol. 468, 3-30.
3. Suydam, I. T., and Strobel, S. A. (2008) Fluorine substituted adenosines as probes of nucleobase protonation in functional RNAs, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130, 13639-13648.
2. Suydam, I. T., Snow, C. D., Pande, V. S., and Boxer, S. G. (2006) Electric fields at the active site of an enzyme: Direct comparison of experiment with theory, Science 313, 200-204.
1. Suydam, I. T., and Boxer, S. G. (2003) Vibrational Stark effects calibrate the sensitivity of vibrational probes for electric fields in proteins, Biochemistry 42, 12050-12055.