His primary scientific interests are in Capsid, Crystallography, Virus, Biophysics and Protein subunit. His study on Capsid is covered under Virology. His Crystallography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Covalent bond, Plant virus and Cryo-electron microscopy.
The Virus study combines topics in areas such as Nanoscopic scale, Molecular biology, Nanoparticle and Microbiology. His work deals with themes such as Ultrastructure, Fixation, High pressure freezing, DNA and Proteolysis, which intersect with Biophysics. His study in Protein subunit is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cleavage, Protein–protein interaction, Peptide sequence and Prohead.
John E. Johnson mainly focuses on Capsid, Crystallography, Virus, Virology and Biophysics. His Capsid research includes elements of Molecular biology, Cleavage, RNA, Protein subunit and Protein structure. John E. Johnson regularly ties together related areas like X-ray crystallography in his Crystallography studies.
His research integrates issues of Sulfolobus, Insect virus and Cell biology in his study of Virus. His research in Virology intersects with topics in Epitope, RNA virus and Mutant. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bacteriophage, Biochemistry, DNA, Proteolysis and Capsomere.
John E. Johnson mostly deals with Virus, Crystallography, Capsid, Biophysics and Icosahedral symmetry. To a larger extent, John E. Johnson studies Virology with the aim of understanding Virus. His Crystallography research includes themes of Sulfolobus, Cowpea mosaic virus and Prohead.
John E. Johnson has included themes like Bacteriophage HK97 and Viral envelope in his Capsid study. His Biophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bacteriophage, Protein subunit, DNA, Capsomere and Lytic cycle. Within one scientific family, John E. Johnson focuses on topics pertaining to Nanoclusters under Icosahedral symmetry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Self-assembly.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Capsid, Biophysics, Genome, DNA and Crystallography. His specific area of interest is Capsid, where John E. Johnson studies Virion assembly. The study incorporates disciplines such as Capsomere, Protein subunit, Interaction energy and Lytic cycle in addition to Biophysics.
His biological study deals with issues like Virus, which deal with fields such as Internalization and Cryo-electron microscopy. His DNA research incorporates elements of Molecular biology, Caudovirales and Hydrogen–deuterium exchange. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plasmonic nanoparticles, Plasmon, Nanoclusters, Self-assembly and Dynamic light scattering.
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Structure of a human common cold virus and functional relationship to other picornaviruses
Michael G. Rossmann;Edward Arnold;John W. Erickson;Elizabeth A. Frankenberger.
Structures of the native and swollen forms of cowpea chlorotic mottle virus determined by X-ray crystallography and cryo-electron microscopy.
Jeffrey A Speir;Sanjeev Munshi;Guoji Wang;Timothy S Baker.
Topologically Linked Protein Rings in the Bacteriophage HK97 Capsid
William R. Wikoff;Lars Liljas;Lars Liljas;Robert L. Duda;Hiro Tsuruta.
Development of cowpea mosaic virus as a high-yielding system for the presentation of foreign peptides.
Claudine Porta;Valerie E. Spall;Jane Loveland;John E. Johnson.
Icosahedral RNA virus structure.
Michael G. Rossmann;John E. Johnson.
Annual Review of Biochemistry (1989)
Structure of southern bean mosaic virus at 2.8 A resolution.
Celerino Abad-Zapatero;Sherin S. Abdel-Meguid;John E. Johnson;Andrew G. W. Leslie;Andrew G. W. Leslie.
Icosahedral Virus Particles as Addressable Nanoscale Building Blocks
Qian Wang;Tianwei Lin;Liang Tang;John E. Johnson.
Angewandte Chemie (2002)
VIPERdb2: an enhanced and web API enabled relational database for structural virology
Mauricio Carrillo-Tripp;Craig M. Shepherd;Ian A. Borelli;Sangita Venkataraman.
Nucleic Acids Research (2009)
The Structure of an Infectious P22 Virion Shows the Signal for Headful DNA Packaging
Gabriel C. Lander;Liang Tang;Sherwood R. Casjens;Eddie B. Gilcrease.
Quasi-equivalent viruses: a paradigm for protein assemblies
John E Johnson;Jeffrey A Speir.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1997)
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