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Enzyme structure and mechanism
A Fersht
WH Freeman
47691977
Structure and mechanism in protein science: a guide to enzyme catalysis and protein folding
A Fersht
Macmillan
36261999
Hydrogen bonding and biological specificity analysed by protein engineering
AR Fersht, JP Shi, J Knill-Jones, DM Lowe, AJ Wilkinson, DM Blow, ...
Nature (London) 314, 235-238
8931985
Folding of chymotrypsin inhibitor 2. 1. Evidence for a two-state transition
SE Jackson, AR Fersht
Biochemistry 30 (43), 10428-10435
8111991
The structure of the transition state for folding of chymotrypsin inhibitor 2 analysed by protein engineering methods: evidence for a nucleation-condensation mechanism for protein folding
LS Itzhaki, DE Otzen, AR Fersht
Journal of molecular biology 254 (2), 260-288
7241995
The folding of an enzyme: I. Theory of protein engineering analysis of stability and pathway of protein folding
AR Fersht, A Matouschek, L Serrano
Journal of molecular biology 224 (3), 771-782
7181992
Mapping the transition state and pathway of protein folding by protein engineering
A Matouschek, JT Kellis, L Serrano, AR Fersht
Nature 340 (6229), 122-126
5931989
Nucleation mechanisms in protein folding
AR Fersht
Current opinion in structural biology 7 (1), 3-9
5271997
Energetics of protein-protein interactions: Analysis ofthe Barnase-Barstar interface by single mutations and double mutant cycles
G Schreiber, AR Fersht
Journal of molecular biology 248 (2), 478-486
4681995
The use of double mutants to detect structural changes in the active site of the tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase (Bacillus stearothermophilus)
PJ Carter, G Winter, AJ Wilkinson, AR Fersht
Cell 38 (3), 835-840
4671984
Optimization of rates of protein folding: the nucleation-condensation mechanism and its implications
AR Fersht
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (24), 10869-10873
4641995
Rescuing the function of mutant p53
AN Bullock, AR Fersht
Nature Reviews Cancer 1 (1), 68-76
4412001
Rapid, electrostatically assisted association of proteins
G Schreiber, AR Fersht
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 3 (5), 427-431
4311996
Protein folding and unfolding at atomic resolution
AR Fersht, V Daggett
Cell 108 (4), 573-582
4262002
Transient folding intermediates characterized by protein engineering
A Matouschek, JT Kellis, L Serrano, M Bycroft, AR Fersht
Nature 346 (6283), 440-445
4261990
The complete folding pathway of a protein from nanoseconds to microseconds
U Mayor, NR Guydosh, CM Johnson, JG Grossmann, S Sato, GS Jas, ...
Nature 421 (6925), 863-867
4142003
The hydrogen bond in molecular recognition
AR Fersht
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 12, 301-304
3941987
Is there a unifying mechanism for protein folding?
V Daggett, AR Fersht
Trends in biochemical sciences 28 (1), 18-25
3852003
The folding of an enzyme: II. Substructure of barnase and the contribution of different interactions to protein stability
L Serrano, JT Kellis Jr, P Cann, A Matouschek, AR Fersht
Journal of molecular biology 224 (3), 783-804
3681992
Awakening guardian angels: drugging the p53 pathway
CJ Brown, S Lain, CS Verma, AR Fersht, DP Lane
Nature Reviews Cancer 9 (12), 862-873
3662009
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