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18. Dunn AR, Chuan P, Bryant Z, Spudich JA. Contribution of the myosin VI tail domain to processive stepping and intramolecular tension sensing. PNAS. 2010 Apr 12. Link Dunn lab new icon mini.png

17. Dunn, A. R. & Spudich, J. A. Single-molecule gold-nanoparticle tracking with high temporal and spatial resolution and without an applied load. Laboratory Manual for Single Molecule Studies, (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Woodbury, NY; 2007). Link

16. Tang, S., Liao, J.-C., Dunn, A. R., Altman, R. B., Spudich, J. A. & Schmidt, J. P. Predicting allosteric communication in myosin via a pathway of conserved residues. J. Mol. Biol. 373, 1361-1373 (2007). Link

15. Dunn, A. R. & Spudich, J. A. Dynamics of the unbound head during myosin V processive translocation. Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol. 14,246-248 (2007). Link

14. Rock, R. S., Ramamurthy, B., Dunn, A. R., Beccafico, S., Rami, B. R., Morris, C., Spink, B. J., Franzini-Armstrong, C., Spudich, J. A. & Sweeney, H. L. A flexible domain is essential for the large step size and processivity of myosin VI. Mol. Cell 17, 603-609 (2005). Link

13. Contakes, S. M., Juda, G. A., Langley, D. B., Halpern-Manners, N. W., Duff, A. P., Dunn, A. R., Gray, H. B., Dooley, D. M., Guss, J. M. & Freeman, H. C. Reversible inhibition of copper amine oxidase activity by channel-blocking ruthenium(II) and rhenium(I) molecular wires. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102, 13451-12456 (2005). Link

12. Belliston-Bittner, W., Dunn, A. R., Nguyen, Y. H. L., Stuehr, D. J., Winkler, J. R. & Gray, H. B. Picosecond photoreduction of inducible nitric oxide synthase by rhenium(I)-diimine wires. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 15907-15915 (2005). Link

11. Dunn, A. R., Belliston-Bittner, W., Winkler, J. R., Getzoff, E. D., Stuehr, D. J. & Gray, H. B. Luminescent ruthenium(II)- and rhenium(I)-diimine wires bind nitric oxide synthase. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 5169-5173 (2005). Link

10. Rucker, V. C., Dunn, A. R., Sharma, S., Dervan, P. B. & Gray, H. B. Mechanism of sequence-specific fluorescent detection of DNA by N-methyl-imidazole, N-methyl-pyrrole, and β-alanine linked polyamides. J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 7490-7494 (2004). Link

9. Hays, A.-M. A., Dunn, A. R., Chiu, R., Gray, H. B., Stout, C. D. & Goodin, D. B. Conformational states of cytochrome P450cam revealed by trapping of synthetic molecular wires. J. Mol. Biol. 2, 455-469 (2004). Link

8. Dunn, A. R., Dmochowski, I. J., Winkler, J. R. & Gray, H. B. Nanosecond photoreduction of cytochrome P450cam by channel-specific electron tunneling Ru-diimine wires. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 41, 12450-12456 (2003). Link

7. Dunn, A. R., Hays, A.-M. A., Goodin, D. B., Stout, C. D., Chiu, R., Winkler, J. R. & Gray, H. B. Fluorescent probes for cytochrome P450 structural characterization and inhibitor screening. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 124, 10254-10255 (2002). Link

6. Dmochowski, I. J., Dunn, A. R., Wilker, J. J., Crane, B. R., Green, M., Dawson, J. H., Sligar, S. G., Winkler, J. R. & Gray, H. B. Ruthenium probes of P450 structure and mechanism. Meth. Enzymol. 357, 120-133 (2002). Link

5. Dunn, A. R., Dmochowski, I. J., Bilwes, A. M., Gray, H. B. & Crane B. R. Probing the open state of cytochrome P450cam with ruthenium-linker substrates. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98, 12420-12425 (2001). Link

4. Weck, M., Dunn, A. R., Matsumoto, K., Coates, G. W., Lobkovsky, E. B. & Grubbs R. H. Influence of perfluoroarene-arene interactions on the phase behavior of liquid crystalline and polymeric materials. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 38, 2741-2745 (1999). Link

3. Coates, G. W., Dunn, A. R., Henling, L. M., Ziller, J. W., Lobkovsky, E. B. & Grubbs, R. H. Phenyl-perfluorophenyl stacking interactions: Topochemical[2+2] photodimerization and photopolymerization of olefinic compounds. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 120, 3641-3649 (1998). Link

2. Bloom, C. R., Wu, N., Dunn, A., Kaarsholm, N. C. & Dunn, M. F. Comparison of the allosteric properties of the Co(II)- and Zn(II)-substituted insulin hexamers. Biochemistry 37, 10937-10944 (1998). Link

1. Coates, G. W., Dunn, A. R., Henling, L. M., Dougherty, D. A. & Grubbs, R. H. Phenyl-perfluorophenyl stacking interactions: A new strategy for supermolecule construction. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 36, 248-251 (1997). Link


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