2007 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2005 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Her scientific interests lie mostly in RNA, Ribozyme, Helicase, Stereochemistry and RNA Helicase A. Anna Marie Pyle has researched RNA in several fields, including Base pair and Cell biology. The concepts of her Ribozyme study are interwoven with issues in Nucleic acid tertiary structure, Metal ions in aqueous solution, Group II intron and Intron.
Her work deals with themes such as Computational biology and Function, which intersect with Group II intron. Her work carried out in the field of Helicase brings together such families of science as NS3 and DNA. Within one scientific family, Anna Marie Pyle focuses on topics pertaining to Virology under RNA Helicase A, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Receptor.
Anna Marie Pyle mainly focuses on RNA, Group II intron, Intron, Genetics and Ribozyme. Her RNA research includes elements of Computational biology and Cell biology. Her Group II intron research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Group I catalytic intron, Nucleotide, Spliceosome, Active site and Group II intron splicing.
She works mostly in the field of Intron, limiting it down to topics relating to RNA splicing and, in certain cases, Exon and Protein tertiary structure, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Ribozyme study incorporates themes from Native state, Biophysics, Stereochemistry and Binding site. Her work in Helicase covers topics such as NS3 which are related to areas like NS2-3 protease.
Anna Marie Pyle mainly investigates RNA, Computational biology, RIG-I, Nucleic acid structure and Innate immune system. Her specific area of interest is RNA, where Anna Marie Pyle studies Group II intron. Her Group II intron study combines topics in areas such as Reverse transcriptase and Intron.
Her RIG-I research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Protein domain, Stimulation and Adenosine triphosphate. Her research on Nucleic acid structure also deals with topics like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in RNA, Computational biology, Viral replication, Nucleic acid structure and Cell biology. Her RNA research integrates issues from Base pair and Intron. Her Computational biology research incorporates elements of Processivity, RNA-Directed DNA Polymerase, Reverse transcriptase, Retrotransposon and Group II intron.
She combines subjects such as Ribosomal RNA, Internal ribosome entry site, Ribosome, Protein biosynthesis and microRNA with her study of Viral replication. Her studies in Nucleic acid structure integrate themes in fields like RNA virus, Genome, Translational frameshift and Pseudoknot. Anna Marie Pyle works mostly in the field of Cell biology, limiting it down to topics relating to RIG-I and, in certain cases, Interferon.
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Mixed-ligand complexes of ruthenium(II): factors governing binding to DNA
A. M. Pyle;J. P. Rehmann;R. Meshoyrer;C. V. Kumar.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1989)
mda-5: An interferon-inducible putative RNA helicase with double-stranded RNA-dependent ATPase activity and melanoma growth-suppressive properties
Dong Chul Kang;Rahul V. Gopalkrishnan;Rahul V. Gopalkrishnan;Qingping Wu;Qingping Wu;Eckhard Jankowsky.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Ribozymes: a distinct class of metalloenzymes
Anna Marie Pyle.
DNA photocleavage by phenanthrenequinone diimine complexes of rhodium(III): shape-selective recognition and reaction
Ayesha Sitlani;Eric C. Long;Anna M. Pyle;Jacqueline K. Barton.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1992)
Translocation and Unwinding Mechanisms of RNA and DNA Helicases
Anna Marie Pyle.
Annual Review of Biophysics (2008)
Crystal structure of a self-spliced group II intron.
Navtej Toor;Kevin S. Keating;Sean D. Taylor;Anna Marie Pyle;Anna Marie Pyle.
Probing Nucleic Acids with Transition Metal Complexes
Anna Marie Pyle;Jacqueline K. Barton.
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry (2007)
Metal ions in the structure and function of RNA.
Anna Marie Pyle.
Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry (2002)
RNA translocation and unwinding mechanism of HCV NS3 helicase and its coordination by ATP
Sophie Dumont;Wei Cheng;Victor Serebrov;Rudolf K. Beran.
Structural Insights into RNA Recognition by RIG-I
Dahai Luo;Steve C. Ding;Adriana Vela;Andrew Kohlway.
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