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David Lynn
David Lynn
Professor of Chemistry and Biology, Emory University
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Propagating structure of Alzheimer’s β-amyloid(10–35) is parallel β-sheet with residues in exact register
TLS Benzinger, DM Gregory, TS Burkoth, H Miller-Auer, DG Lynn, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (23), 13407-13412, 1998
5401998
Exploiting amyloid fibril lamination for nanotube self-assembly
K Lu, J Jacob, P Thiyagarajan, VP Conticello, DG Lynn
Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (21), 6391-6393, 2003
4022003
Phenolic signals in cohabitation: implications for plant development
DG Lynn, M Chang
Annual Review of Plant Biology 41 (1), 497-526, 1990
3071990
Structure of the β-amyloid (10-35) fibril
TS Burkoth, TLS Benzinger, V Urban, DM Morgan, DM Gregory, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (33), 7883-7889, 2000
2782000
Two-dimensional structure of β-amyloid (10− 35) fibrils
TLS Benzinger, DM Gregory, TS Burkoth, H Miller-Auer, DG Lynn, ...
Biochemistry 39 (12), 3491-3499, 2000
2682000
Inhibition of phenolic acid metabolism results in precocious cell death and altered cell morphology in leaves of transgenic tobacco plants
L Tamagnone, A Merida, N Stacey, K Plaskitt, A Parr, CF Chang, D Lynn, ...
The Plant Cell 10 (11), 1801-1816, 1998
2581998
Facial symmetry in protein self-assembly
AK Mehta, K Lu, WS Childers, Y Liang, SN Dublin, J Dong, JP Snyder, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (30), 9829-9835, 2008
2522008
Chemical regulation of distance. Characterization of the first natural host germination stimulant for Striga asiatica
M Chang, DH Netzly, LG Butler, DG Lynn
Journal of the American Chemical Society 108 (24), 7858-7860, 1986
2421986
The haustorium and the chemistry of host recognition in parasitic angiosperms
M Chang, DG Lynn
Journal of Chemical Ecology 12, 561-579, 1986
2391986
DNA-catalyzed polymerization
X Li, ZYJ Zhan, R Knipe, DG Lynn
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (5), 746-747, 2002
2152002
Cell division promoting activity of naturally occurring dehydrodiconiferyl glucosides: do cell wall components control cell division?
AN Binns, RH Chen, HN Wood, DG Lynn
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (4), 980-984, 1987
1941987
Furin mediates enhanced production of fibrillogenic ABri peptides in familial British dementia
SH Kim, R Wang, DJ Gordon, J Bass, DF Steiner, DG Lynn, G Thinakaran, ...
Nature neuroscience 2 (11), 984-988, 1999
1931999
Modulating amyloid self-assembly and fibril morphology with Zn (II)
J Dong, JE Shokes, RA Scott, DG Lynn
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (11), 3540-3542, 2006
1832006
Catalytic diversity in self-propagating peptide assemblies
TO Omosun, MC Hsieh, WS Childers, D Das, AK Mehta, NR Anthony, ...
Nature chemistry 9 (8), 805-809, 2017
1812017
Template-directed synthesis: use of a reversible reaction
JT Goodwin, DG Lynn
Journal of the American Chemical Society 114 (23), 9197-9198, 1992
1801992
Engineering metal ion coordination to regulate amyloid fibril assembly and toxicity
J Dong, JM Canfield, AK Mehta, JE Shokes, B Tian, WS Childers, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (33), 13313-13318, 2007
1762007
C-terminal PEG blocks the irreversible step in β-amyloid (10-35) fibrillogenesis
TS Burkoth, TLS Benzinger, DNM Jones, K Hallenga, SC Meredith, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 120 (30), 7655-7656, 1998
1681998
Self-assembly of A {Beta}{sub 10--35}-PEG block copolymer fibrils
TS Burkoth, TLS Benzinger, V Urban, DG Lynn, SC Meredith, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 121 (32), 1999
1541999
Chemical amplification through template-directed synthesis
ZYJ Zhan, DG Lynn
Journal of the American Chemical Society 119 (50), 12420-12421, 1997
1531997
Direct observation of nucleation and growth in amyloid self-assembly
Y Liang, DG Lynn, KM Berland
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (18), 6306-6308, 2010
1382010
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