Recommended Readings: Tom Muir, Ph.D. Friday January 25, 2019

Friday Lectures

Friday, January 25, 2019  3:45 p.m

Caspary Auditorium

Tom Muir Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry and Chair

Department of Chemistry

Princeton University

Painting Chromatin with Synthetic Protein Chemistry

 

Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Nacev, B.A., Feng, L., Bagert, J.D. Lemiesz, A., et al. (2019). The expanding landscape of ‘oncohistone’ mutations in human cancers. NATURE, in press

Wojcik, Felix; Dann, Geoffrey P.; Beh, Leslie Y.; et al. (2018). Functional crosstalk between histone H2B ubiquitylation and H2A modifications and variants. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 9

Lu, Chao; Jain, Siddhant U.; Hoelper, Dominik; et al. (2016). Histone H3K36 mutations promote sarcomagenesis through altered histone methylation landscape. SCIENCE. 352 (6287): 844-849

Nguyen, Uyen T. T.; Bittoval, Lenka; Mueller, Manuel M.; et al. (2014). Accelerated chromatin biochemistry using DNA-barcoded nucteosome libraries. NATURE METHODS. 11 (8): 834-840

Fierz, Beat; Kilic, Sinan; Hieb, Aaron R.; et al. (2012). Stability of Nucleosomes Containing Homogenously Ubiquitylated H2A and H2B Prepared Using Semisynthesis. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 134 (48): 19548-19551

Review Paper

David, Yael; Muir, Tom W. (2017). Emerging Chemistry Strategies for Engineering Native Chromatin. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 139 (27): 9090-9096

Mueller, Manuel M.; Muir, Tom W. (2015). Histones: At the Crossroads of Peptide and Protein Chemistry. CHEMICAL REVIEWS. 115 (6): 2296-2349

Chatterjee, Champak; Muir, Tom W. (2010). Chemical Approaches for Studying Histone Modifications. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 285 (15): 11045-11050

Book Chapter

Holt, Matthew; Muir, Tom (2015). Application of the Protein Semisynthesis Strategy to the Generation of Modified Chromatin. ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOCHEMISTRY. 84: 265-290

McGinty, Robert K.; Chatterjee, Champak; Muir, Tom W. (2009). Semisynthesis of Ubiquitylated Proteins. METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY: NON-NATURAL AMINO ACIDS. 462: 225-243

Recommended Readings: Jack W. Szostak, Ph.D., Friday April 24, 2017

Friday Lectures

Friday, April 28, 2017   3:45 p.m.

Caspary Auditorium

Jack W. Szostak, Ph.D.

Professor of Genetics, Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Harvard University

Distinguished Investigator

Department of Molecular Biology and Center for Computational and Integrative Biology

Massachusetts General Hospital

The Surprising Chemistry of Nonenzymatic RNA Replication

Recommended Readings:

https://pandasthumb.org/archives/2013/12/new-szostak-pro.html

Li, Li; Prywes, Noam; Tam, Chun Pong; et al. (2017). Enhanced Nonenzymatic RNA Copying with 2-Aminoimidazole Activated Nucleotides. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 139(5): 1810-1813

Prywes, Noam; Blain, J. Craig; Del Frate, Francesca; et al. (2016). Nonenzymatic copying of RNA templates containing all four letters is catalyzed by activated oligonucleotides. ELIFE.  Article Number: e17756

Szostak, Jack W. (2016). ON THE ORIGIN OF LIFE. MEDICINA-BUENOS AIRES. 76(4): 199-203. PLEASE REQUEST FROM MARKUS LIBRARY

Adamala, Katarzyna; Szostak, Jack W. (2013). Nonenzymatic Template-Directed RNA Synthesis Inside Model Protocells. SCIENCE. 342(6162): 1098-1100

Jack W Szostak. (2012). The eightfold path to non-enzymatic RNA replication. Journal of systems chemistry. 3(2) DOI: 10.1186/1759-2208-3-2

Wochner, Aniela; Attwater, James; Coulson, Alan; et al. (2011). Ribozyme-Catalyzed Transcription of an Active Ribozyme. SCIENCE. 332(6026): 209-212