1972 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Gary K. Ackers regularly links together related areas like Protein subunit in his Biochemistry studies. As part of his studies on Protein subunit, he often connects relevant subjects like Genetics. Genetics is frequently linked to Function (biology) in his study. His Function (biology) study often links to related topics such as Cell biology. His studies link Hippo signaling pathway with Cell biology. He regularly links together related areas like Regulator in his Gene studies. Regulator is closely attributed to Biochemistry in his research. Gary K. Ackers integrates many fields in his works, including Hemoglobin and Oxygen. Gary K. Ackers incorporates Oxygen and Bohr effect in his studies.
Tetramer and Size-exclusion chromatography are all intrinsically tied to his study in Enzyme. In the subject of Chromatography, he integrates adjacent academic fields such as Partition coefficient and Analytical Chemistry (journal). Analytical Chemistry (journal) and Chromatography are frequently intertwined in his study. His work on Size-exclusion chromatography expands to the thematically related Biochemistry. Gary K. Ackers integrates several fields in his works, including Gene and Function (biology). His work often combines Function (biology) and Gene studies. Gary K. Ackers performs integrative study on Hemoglobin and Allosteric regulation. He merges many fields, such as Allosteric regulation and Cooperativity, in his writings. Gary K. Ackers undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Cooperativity and Hemoglobin in his work.
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MOLECULAR EXCLUSION AND RESTRICTED DIFFUSION PROCESSES IN MOLECULAR-SIEVE CHROMATOGRAPHY.
Gary K. Ackers.
The OR control system of bacteriophage lambda. A physical-chemical model for gene regulation.
Madeline A. Shea;Gary K. Ackers.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1985)
Quantitative model for gene regulation by lambda phage repressor
Gary K. Ackers;Alexander D. Johnson;Madeline A. Shea.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1982)
Quantitative DNase footprint titration: a method for studying protein-DNA interactions.
Michael D. Brenowitz;Donald F. Senear;Madeline A. Shea;Gary K. Ackers.
Methods in Enzymology (1986)
lambda Repressor and cro--components of an efficient molecular switch.
Alexander D. Johnson;Anthony R. Poteete;Anthony R. Poteete;Gail Lauer;Robert T. Sauer.
Molecular code for cooperativity in hemoglobin
Gary K. Ackers;Michael L. Doyle;David Myers;Margaret A. Daugherty.
Oxygenation-linked subunit interactions in human hemoglobin: experimental studies on the concentration dependence of oxygenation curves.
Frederick C. Mills;Michael L. Johnson;Gary K. Ackers.
"Footprint" titrations yield valid thermodynamic isotherms
Michael Brenowitz;Donald F. Senear;Madeline A. Shea;Gary K. Ackers.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1986)
Free energy coupling within macromolecules. The chemical work of ligand binding at the individual sites in co-operative systems.
Gary K. Ackers;Madeline A. Shea;Francine R. Smith.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1983)
Energetics of cooperative protein-DNA interactions: comparison between quantitative deoxyribonuclease footprint titration and filter binding
Donald F. Senear;Michael Brenowitz;Madeline A. Shea;Gary K. Ackers.
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