David D. Thomas
David D. Thomas
William F. Dietrich Professor, University of Minnesota
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Mechanochemical coupling in actomyosin energy transduction studied by in vitro movement assay
Y Harada, K Sakurada, T Aoki, DD Thomas, T Yanagida
Journal of molecular biology 216 (1), 49-68, 1990
6011990
Rotational diffusion studied by passage saturation transfer electron paramagnetic resonance
DD Thomas, LR Dalton, JS Hyde
The Journal of Chemical Physics 65 (8), 3006-3024, 1976
4311976
Excision of reprogramming transgenes improves the differentiation potential of iPS cells generated with a single excisable vector
CA Sommer, AG Sommer, TA Longmire, C Christodoulou, DD Thomas, ...
Stem cells 28 (1), 64-74, 2010
3252010
Orientation of spin-labeled myosin heads in glycerinated muscle fibers.
DD Thomas, R Cooke
Biophysical journal 32 (3), 891, 1980
2931980
Orientation of spin labels attached to cross-bridges in contracting muscle fibres
R Cooke, MS Crowder, DD Thomas
Nature 300 (5894), 776-778, 1982
2881982
Big Bang nucleosynthesis in crisis?
N Hata, RJ Scherrer, G Steigman, D Thomas, TP Walker, S Bludman, ...
Physical Review Letters 75 (22), 3977, 1995
2511995
Mutation and phosphorylation change the oligomeric structure of phospholamban in lipid bilayers
RL Cornea, LR Jones, JM Autry, DD Thomas
Biochemistry 36 (10), 2960-2967, 1997
2231997
Fluorescence energy transfer in the rapid-diffusion limit
DD Thomas, WF Carlsen, L Stryer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 75 (12), 5746-5750, 1978
2081978
NMR solution structure and topological orientation of monomeric phospholamban in dodecylphosphocholine micelles
J Zamoon, A Mascioni, DD Thomas, G Veglia
Biophysical journal 85 (4), 2589-2598, 2003
1952003
Electron paramagnetic resonance reveals age-related myosin structural changes in rat skeletal muscle fibers
DA Lowe, JT Surek, DD Thomas, LDV Thompson
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 280 (3), C540-C547, 2001
1702001
Diffusion-enhanced fluorescence energy transfer
L Stryer, DD Thomas, CF Meares
Annual review of biophysics and bioengineering 11 (1), 203-222, 1982
1671982
A fluorescence energy transfer method for analyzing protein oligomeric structure: application to phospholamban
M Li, LG Reddy, R Bennett, ND Silva Jr, LR Jones, DD Thomas
Biophysical journal 76 (5), 2587-2599, 1999
1631999
A large and distinct rotation of the myosin light chain domain occurs upon muscle contraction
JE Baker, I Brust-Mascher, S Ramachandran, LEW LaConte, DD Thomas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (6), 2944-2949, 1998
1591998
Motion of subfragment-1 in myosin and its supramolecular complexes: saturation transfer electron paramagnetic resonance
DD Thomas, JC Seidel, JS Hyde, J Gergely
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 72 (5), 1729-1733, 1975
1591975
Phospholamban structural dynamics in lipid bilayers probed by a spin label rigidly coupled to the peptide backbone
CB Karim, TL Kirby, Z Zhang, Y Nesmelov, DD Thomas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (40), 14437-14442, 2004
1552004
Effect of the lipid environment on protein motion and enzymatic activity of sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium ATPase.
C Hidalgo, DD Thomas, N Ikemoto
Journal of Biological Chemistry 253 (19), 6879-6887, 1978
1461978
Submillisecond rotational dynamics of spin-labeled myosin heads in myofibrils
DD Thomas, S Ishiwata, JC Seidel, J Gergely
Biophysical journal 32 (3), 873-889, 1980
1451980
Cofilin increases the torsional flexibility and dynamics of actin filaments
E Prochniewicz, N Janson, DD Thomas, M Enrique
Journal of molecular biology 353 (5), 990-1000, 2005
1432005
Rotational dynamics of spin-labeled F-actin in the sub-millisecond time range
DD Thomas, JC Seidel, J Gergely
Journal of molecular biology 132 (3), 257-273, 1979
1431979
Phosphorylation-dependent conformational switch in spin-labeled phospholamban bound to SERCA
CB Karim, Z Zhang, EC Howard, KD Torgersen, DD Thomas
Journal of molecular biology 358 (4), 1032-1040, 2006
1382006
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