2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2001 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His main research concerns RNA, Ribozyme, RNA silencing, Molecular biology and Protein kinase R. His RNA study combines topics in areas such as Computational biology and Cell biology. The various areas that Philip C. Bevilacqua examines in his Ribozyme study include Biophysics, Protonation, Stereochemistry and Catalysis.
The Stereochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Chemical reaction, DNA, Phosphodiester bond, Computational chemistry and Ribosome. His biological study deals with issues like Non-coding RNA, which deal with fields such as Nucleic acid secondary structure, Intron, RNA editing and RNA-binding protein. His work carried out in the field of Molecular biology brings together such families of science as Double-stranded RNA binding, Nucleotide and Genomic library.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in RNA, Ribozyme, Stereochemistry, Biophysics and Biochemistry. The concepts of his RNA study are interwoven with issues in Molecular biology, Protein kinase R and Cell biology. As a part of the same scientific study, Philip C. Bevilacqua usually deals with the Ribozyme, concentrating on Catalysis and frequently concerns with Ion.
His Stereochemistry research incorporates elements of Base pair, Nucleobase, Oligonucleotide, DNA and Phosphodiester bond. His research in Biophysics tackles topics such as Cooperativity which are related to areas like Folding. His Nucleic acid structure research includes elements of Transcriptome and Computational biology.
His primary areas of investigation include RNA, Nucleic acid structure, Ribozyme, Biophysics and Computational biology. His RNA research is under the purview of Biochemistry. His Nucleic acid structure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Base pair, Messenger RNA and Nucleobase.
His studies deal with areas such as RNA Stability, Nucleotide, Catalysis, Small molecule and Magnesium as well as Ribozyme. His research in Biophysics intersects with topics in Cooperativity, Abiogenesis, Function, Coacervate and RNA world hypothesis. His Computational biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Genome, Mechanism, DNA and In vivo.
Philip C. Bevilacqua spends much of his time researching RNA, Nucleic acid structure, Biophysics, Nucleic acid secondary structure and Gene expression. His research on RNA focuses in particular on Ribozyme. Philip C. Bevilacqua combines subjects such as Amino acid, Cell, Cytoplasm, Nucleic acid and RNA Stability with his study of Ribozyme.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Magnesium ion, Magnesium, Aptamer and Lysine. His work deals with themes such as RNA thermometer, Messenger RNA and Cell biology, which intersect with Nucleic acid secondary structure. His Cytosine research includes themes of Glyoxal, Uracil, Guanine, 1-Ethyl-3-carbodiimide and Stereochemistry.
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In vivo genome-wide profiling of RNA secondary structure reveals novel regulatory features
Yiliang Ding;Yin Tang;Chun Kit Kwok;Yu Zhang.
General acid-base catalysis in the mechanism of a hepatitis delta virus ribozyme.
Shu Ichi Nakano;Durga M. Chadalavada;Philip C. Bevilacqua.
Minor-Groove Recognition of Double-Stranded RNA by the Double-Stranded RNA-Binding Domain from the RNA-Activated Protein Kinase PKR†
Philip C. Bevilacqua;Thomas R. Cech.
The double-stranded-RNA-binding motif: interference and much more
Bin Tian;Philip C. Bevilacqua;Amy Diegelman-Parente;Michael B. Mathews.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2004)
Incorporation of pseudouridine into mRNA enhances translation by diminishing PKR activation
Bart R. Anderson;Hiromi Muramatsu;Subba R. Nallagatla;Philip C. Bevilacqua.
Nucleic Acids Research (2010)
RNA catalysis through compartmentalization
Christopher A. Strulson;Rosalynn C. Molden;Rosalynn C. Molden;Christine D. Keating;Philip C. Bevilacqua.
Nature Chemistry (2012)
5'-Triphosphate-Dependent Activation of PKR by RNAs with Short Stem-Loops
Subba Rao Nallagatla;Jungwook Hwang;Rebecca Toroney;Xiaofeng Zheng;Xiaofeng Zheng.
Dynamics of ribozyme binding of substrate revealed by fluorescence-detected stopped-flow methods
Philip C. Bevilacqua;Ryszard Kierzek;Kenneth A. Johnson;Douglas H. Turner.
Mechanistic considerations for general acid-base catalysis by RNA: Revisiting the mechanism of the hairpin ribozyme
Philip C. Bevilacqua.
Bioreactor droplets from liposome-stabilized all-aqueous emulsions
Daniel C. Dewey;Christopher A. Strulson;David N. Cacace;Philip C. Bevilacqua.
Nature Communications (2014)
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