Daniel A Kraut
Daniel A Kraut
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Villanova University
Verified email at villanova.edu
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Challenges in enzyme mechanism and energetics
DA Kraut, KS Carroll, D Herschlag
Annual review of biochemistry 72 (1), 517-571, 2003
Testing electrostatic complementarity in enzyme catalysis: hydrogen bonding in the ketosteroid isomerase oxyanion hole
DA Kraut, PA Sigala, B Pybus, CW Liu, D Ringe, GA Petsko, D Herschlag
PLoS biology 4 (4), e99, 2006
Testing geometrical discrimination within an enzyme active site: Constrained hydrogen bonding in the ketosteroid isomerase oxyanion hole
PA Sigala, DA Kraut, JMM Caaveiro, B Pybus, EA Ruben, D Ringe, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (41), 13696-13708, 2008
Disordered proteinaceous machines
M Fuxreiter, A Tóth-Petróczy, DA Kraut, AT Matouschek, RYH Lim, B Xue, ...
Chemical reviews 114 (13), 6806-6843, 2014
ATP-dependent proteases differ substantially in their ability to unfold globular proteins
P Koodathingal, NE Jaffe, DA Kraut, S Prakash, S Fishbain, C Herman, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (28), 18674-18684, 2009
Dissecting the paradoxical effects of hydrogen bond mutations in the ketosteroid isomerase oxyanion hole
DA Kraut, PA Sigala, TD Fenn, D Herschlag
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (5), 1960, 2010
Determining the catalytic role of remote substrate binding interactions in ketosteroid isomerase
JP Schwans, DA Kraut, D Herschlag
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (34), 14271-14275, 2009
Evaluating the potential for halogen bonding in the oxyanion hole of ketosteroid isomerase using unnatural amino acid mutagenesis
DA Kraut, MJ Churchill, PE Dawson, D Herschlag
ACS Chemical Biology 4 (4), 269-273, 2009
Inactivation studies of acetylcholinesterase with phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride
D Kraut, H Goff, RK Pai, NA Hosea, I Silman, JL Sussman, P Taylor, ...
Molecular pharmacology 57 (6), 1243, 2000
Sequence-and species-dependence of proteasomal processivity
DA Kraut, E Israeli, EK Schrader, A Patil, K Nakai, D Nanavati, T Inobe, ...
ACS chemical biology 7 (8), 1444-1453, 2012
To degrade or release: ubiquitin-chain remodeling
DA Kraut, S Prakash, A Matouschek
Trends in cell biology 17 (9), 419-421, 2007
Proteasomal Degradation from Internal Sites Favors Partial Proteolysis via Remote Domain Stabilization
DA Kraut, A Matouschek
ACS chemical biology 6 (10), 1087-1095, 2011
Slippery substrates impair ATP-dependent protease function by slowing unfolding
DA Kraut
Journal of Biological Chemistry 288 (48), 34729-34735, 2013
Substrate ubiquitination controls the unfolding ability of the proteasome
EL Reichard, GG Chirico, WJ Dewey, ND Nassif, KE Bard, NE Millas, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 291 (35), 18547-18561, 2016
Slipping up: Partial substrate degradation by ATP‐dependent proteases
ND Nassif, SE Cambray, DA Kraut
IUBMB life 66 (5), 309-317, 2014
Pup grows up: in vitro characterization of the degradation of pupylated proteins
DA Kraut, A Matouschek
The EMBO journal 29 (7), 1163-1164, 2010
How to pick a protein and pull at it
T Inobe, DA Kraut, A Matouschek
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 15 (11), 1135-1136, 2008
Ubiquitin receptors are required for substrate-mediated activation of the proteasome’s unfolding ability
MD Cundiff, CM Hurley, JD Wong, JA Boscia, A Bashyal, J Rosenberg, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-17, 2019
3-D Printing and Arduino in the Chemical Engineering Classroom: Protein Structures, Heat Exchangers, and Flow Cells
JJ Elmer, DA Kraut
2018 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 2018
Mode of Protein Targeting to the Proteasome Determines Substrate Fate
CE Braganca, DA Kraut
The FASEB Journal 34 (S1), 1-1, 2020
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