Antoine M. van Oijen focuses on Biophysics, DNA, DNA replication, Replisome and Cell biology. His work deals with themes such as Fluorescence spectroscopy, Lipid bilayer and Biochemistry, which intersect with Biophysics. Antoine M. van Oijen has researched DNA in several fields, including Transcription factor, Computational biology and Binding site.
His DNA replication research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular biology and Replication. His Replisome research includes elements of DNA clamp and Total internal reflection fluorescence microscope. In his work, DNA polymerase and Plasmid is strongly intertwined with Primase, which is a subfield of Cell biology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in DNA, DNA replication, Cell biology, Biophysics and Replisome. His work deals with themes such as RNA, Binding site and Escherichia coli, which intersect with DNA. His studies in DNA replication integrate themes in fields like DNA clamp, Computational biology and DNA polymerase.
Antoine M. van Oijen works mostly in the field of Cell biology, limiting it down to topics relating to DNA repair and, in certain cases, Transcription, as a part of the same area of interest. His Biophysics research integrates issues from Lipid bilayer fusion, Fluorescence, Single-molecule experiment, Biochemistry and Lipid bilayer. His Replisome study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Okazaki fragments, Polymerase and Primase.
Antoine M. van Oijen mainly focuses on DNA, Cell biology, DNA replication, Replisome and Escherichia coli. His studies deal with areas such as RNA, Biophysics and Cas9 as well as DNA. The study incorporates disciplines such as Live cell imaging, Mechanism of action, Chromatin, CHD4 and DNA repair in addition to Cell biology.
His study looks at the intersection of DNA replication and topics like DNA-binding protein with Fusion protein and Transfer technique. His Replisome research includes themes of Okazaki fragments, Polymerase and Computational biology. Antoine M. van Oijen focuses mostly in the field of Escherichia coli, narrowing it down to topics relating to Mutant and, in certain cases, Transcription and RNA polymerase.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in DNA, Cell biology, DNA replication, Replisome and Escherichia coli. He has included themes like RNA and Biophysics in his DNA study. Antoine M. van Oijen combines subjects such as Förster resonance energy transfer, Nucleic acid, Small molecule and Fluorescence microscope with his study of Biophysics.
His work carried out in the field of Cell biology brings together such families of science as Live cell imaging and DNA repair. The various areas that Antoine M. van Oijen examines in his Replisome study include Okazaki fragments and Computational biology. His DNA polymerase research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of DNA polymerase IV, Reactive oxygen species, Molecular biology and Bacteria.
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Real-time single-molecule observation of rolling-circle DNA replication
Nathan A. Tanner;Joseph John Loparo;Samir M. Hamdan;Slobodan Jergic.
Nucleic Acids Research (2009)
Endocytosis by Random Initiation and Stabilization of Clathrin-Coated Pits
Marcelo Ehrlich;Werner Boll;Antoine van Oijen;Ramesh Hariharan.
Ever-fluctuating single enzyme molecules: Michaelis-Menten equation revisited
Brian P English;Wei Min;Antoine M van Oijen;Kang Taek Lee;Kang Taek Lee.
Nature Chemical Biology (2006)
Unraveling the Electronic Structure of Individual Photosynthetic Pigment-Protein Complexes
Antoine M. van Oijen;Martijn Ketelaars;Jürgen Köhler;Thijs J. Aartsma.
A base-excision DNA-repair protein finds intrahelical lesion bases by fast sliding in contact with DNA
Paul C. Blainey;Antoine M. van Oijen;Anirban Banerjee;Gregory L. Verdine.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2006)
Simple model for the power-law blinking of single semiconductor nanocrystals
Rogier Verberk;Antoine M. van Oijen;Michel Orrit.
Physical Review B (2002)
Single-Molecule Kinetics of λ Exonuclease Reveal Base Dependence and Dynamic Disorder
Antoine M. van Oijen;Paul C. Blainey;Donald J. Crampton;Charles C. Richardson.
Selective Bypass of a Lagging Strand Roadblock by the Eukaryotic Replicative DNA Helicase
Yu V. Fu;Hasan Yardimci;David T. Long.
DNA primase acts as a molecular brake in DNA replication.
Jong-Bong Lee;Richard K. Hite;Samir M. Hamdan;X. Sunney Xie.
Single-particle kinetics of influenza virus membrane fusion
Daniel L. Floyd;Justin R. Ragains;John J. Skehel;Stephen C. Harrison.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
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