Guy Dodson mainly investigates Stereochemistry, Crystallography, Protein structure, Insulin and Biochemistry. His Stereochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Serine, Protein kinase A, Active site, Binding site and Histidine. The study incorporates disciplines such as Penicillin amidase and Cysteine in addition to Serine.
The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in Zinc insulin and Dimer. His research investigates the link between Protein structure and topics such as Hydrogen bond that cross with problems in Conformational change, Periplasmic Binding Proteins, Sequence and Oligopeptide binding. His study looks at the relationship between Insulin and topics such as Random hexamer, which overlap with Zinc.
Guy Dodson spends much of his time researching Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Insulin, Biochemistry and Protein structure. His Crystallography research incorporates themes from X-ray crystallography and Zinc. The various areas that Guy Dodson examines in his Stereochemistry study include Binding site, Active site, Dimer, Peptide and Histidine.
His Dimer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular replacement and Signal transduction. His research in the fields of Enzyme, Amino acid and Serine overlaps with other disciplines such as S100 protein. His Protein structure research incorporates themes from Substrate, Hydrogen bond and Cell biology.
Guy Dodson mostly deals with Stereochemistry, Biochemistry, Crystallography, Insulin and Random hexamer. His research integrates issues of Protein structure, Glycine and Peptide bond in his study of Stereochemistry. Many of his research projects under Biochemistry are closely connected to S100 protein and S100A8 with S100 protein and S100A8, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Specifically, his work in Crystallography is concerned with the study of Crystal structure. His work on Insulin receptor substrate and Insulin receptor as part of general Insulin research is frequently linked to Covalent bond, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Guy Dodson works mostly in the field of Random hexamer, limiting it down to topics relating to Dimer and, in certain cases, Tyrosine and Carboxylate.
His primary areas of investigation include Biochemistry, S100 protein, Crystallography, Stereochemistry and Biochemical engineering. His studies in Biochemistry integrate themes in fields like Zinc, Function and Copper. His study on S100 protein is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Random hexamer, Glycation, Receptor, Dimer and RAGE.
His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Protein structure and Intramolecular force. His studies deal with areas such as Clostridium, Glycine, Protein tertiary structure, Protein secondary structure and Binding site as well as Stereochemistry. A majority of his Biochemical engineering research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Protein dynamics, Molecular simulation, Software and Computational biology.
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A serine protease triad forms the catalytic centre of a triacylglycerol lipase.
Leo Brady;Andrzej M. Brzozowski;Andrzej M. Brzozowski;Zygmunt S. Derewenda;Eleanor Dodson.
A model for interfacial activation in lipases from the structure of a fungal lipase-inhibitor complex
A. M. Brzozowski;A. M. Brzozowski;U. Derewenda;U. Derewenda;Z. S. Derewenda;Z. S. Derewenda;G. G. Dodson.
Insulin: The Structure in the Crystal and its Reflection in Chemistry and Biology by
Tom Blundell;Guy Dodson;Dorothy Hodgkin;Dan Mercola.
Advances in Protein Chemistry (1972)
The structure of 2Zn pig insulin crystals at 1.5 A resolution.
Edward N. Baker;Thomas L. Blundell;John F. Cutfield;Susan M. Cutfield.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (1988)
Catalytic triads and their relatives
Guy Dodson;Alexander Wlodawer.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (1998)
A protein catalytic framework with an N-terminal nucleophile is capable of self-activation
James A. Brannigan;Guy Dodson;Guy Dodson;Helen J. Duggleby;Peter C.E. Moody;Peter C.E. Moody.
Monomeric insulins obtained by protein engineering and their medical implications
J. Brange;U. Ribel;J. F. Hansen;G. Dodson.
THE STEREOCHEMICAL MECHANISM OF THE COOPERATIVE EFFECTS IN HEMOGLOBIN REVISITED
M. F. Perutz;A. J. Wilkinson;M. Paoli;G. G. Dodson.
Annual Review of Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure (1998)
Crystal structure of an N-terminal fragment of the DNA gyrase B protein.
Dale B. Wigley;Gideon J. Davies;Eleanor J. Dodson;Anthony Maxwell.
Structure of Rhombohedral 2 Zinc Insulin Crystals
M. J. Adams;M. J. Adams;T. L. Blundell;E. J. Dodson;G. G. Dodson.
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