2003 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
X-ray structure of the GCN4 leucine zipper, a two-stranded, parallel coiled coil.
Erin K. O'Shea;Juli D. Klemm;Peter S. Kim;Tom Alber.
A switch between two-, three-, and four-stranded coiled coils in GCN4 leucine zipper mutants
Pehr B. Harbury;Tao Zhang;Peter S. Kim;Tom Alber.
Global landscape of HIV-human protein complexes
Stefanie Jäger;Peter Cimermancic;Peter Cimermancic;Natali Gulbahce;Natali Gulbahce;Jeffrey R. Johnson;Jeffrey R. Johnson;Jeffrey R. Johnson.
Crystal structure of an isoleucine-zipper trimer
Pehr B. Harbury;Peter S. Kim;Tom Alber.
High-Resolution Protein Design with Backbone Freedom
Pehr B. Harbury;Joseph J. Plecs;Bruce Tidor;Tom Alber.
Hidden alternative structures of proline isomerase essential for catalysis
James S. Fraser;Michael W. Clarkson;Sheena C. Degnan;Renske Erion.
Accessing protein conformational ensembles using room-temperature X-ray crystallography.
James S. Fraser;Henry van den Bedem;Avi J. Samelson;P. Therese Lang.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Structure of yeast triosephosphate isomerase at 1.9-A resolution.
Elias Lolis;Tom Alber;Robert C. Davenport;David Rose.
HIV-1 Tat and Host AFF4 Recruit Two Transcription Elongation Factors into a Bifunctional Complex for Coordinated Activation of HIV-1 Transcription
Nanhai He;Min Liu;Joanne Hsu;Yuhua Xue;Yuhua Xue.
Molecular Cell (2010)
Autofluorescent Proteins with Excitation in the Optical Window for Intravital Imaging in Mammals
Michael Z. Lin;Michael R. McKeown;Ho Leung Ng;Todd A. Aguilera.
Chemistry & Biology (2009)
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