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Ryan, K. S., Howard-Jones, A. R., Hamill, M. J., Elliott, S. J., Walsh, C. T., and Drennan, C. L. (2007) Crystallographic trapping in the rebeccamycin biosynthetic enzyme RebC. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 104, 15311-6
Ryan, K. S., Balibar, C. J., Turo, K. E., Walsh, C. T., and Drennan, C. L. (2008) The violacein biosynthetic enzyme VioE shares a fold with lipoprotein transporter proteins. J Biol Chem. 283, 6467-75
Rutherford, K., Yuan, P., Perry, K., Sharp, R., and Van Duyne, G. D. (2013) Attachment site recognition and regulation of directionality by the serine integrases. Nucleic Acids Res. 41, 8341-56
Ruthenburg, A. J., Li, H., Milne, T. A., Dewell, S., McGinty, R. K., Yuen, M., Ueberheide, B., Dou, Y., Muir, T. W., Patel, D. J., and C Allis, D. (2011) Recognition of a mononucleosomal histone modification pattern by BPTF via multivalent interactions. Cell. 145, 692-706
Ruthenburg, A. J., Wang, W., Graybosch, D. M., Li, H., C Allis, D., Patel, D. J., and Verdine, G. L. (2006) Histone H3 recognition and presentation by the WDR5 module of the MLL1 complex. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 13, 704-12
Rut, W., Lv, Z., Zmudzinski, M., Patchett, S., Nayak, D., Snipas, S. J., Oualid, F. El, Huang, T. T., Békés, M., Drag, M., and Olsen, S. K. (2020) Activity profiling and crystal structures of inhibitor-bound SARS-CoV-2 papain-like protease: A framework for anti-COVID-19 drug design. Sci Adv. 10.1126/sciadv.abd4596
Ruiz, V. G., Czyzyk, D. J., Kumar, V. P., Jorgensen, W. L., and Anderson, K. S. (2020) Targeting the TS dimer interface in bifunctional Cryptosporidium hominis TS-DHFR from parasitic protozoa: Virtual screening identifies novel TS allosteric inhibitors. Bioorg Med Chem Lett. 30, 127292
Rugel, A. R., Guzman, M. A., Taylor, A. B., Chevalier, F. D., Tarpley, R. S., McHardy, S. F., Cao, X., Holloway, S. P., Anderson, T. J. C., P Hart, J., and LoVerde, P. T. (2020) Why does oxamniquine kill Schistosoma mansoni and not S. haematobium and S. japonicum?. Int J Parasitol Drugs Drug Resist. 13, 8-15
Rugel, A., Tarpley, R. S., Lopez, A., Menard, T., Guzman, M. A., Taylor, A. B., Cao, X., Kovalskyy, D., Chevalier, F. D., Anderson, T. J. C., P Hart, J., LoVerde, P. T., and McHardy, S. F. (2018) Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of Novel Small Molecules as Broad Range Antischistosomal Agents. ACS Med Chem Lett. 9, 967-973
Rudolph, M. J., Vance, D. J., Kelow, S., Angalakurthi, S. Krishna, Nguyen, S., Davis, S. A., Rong, Y., C Middaugh, R., Weis, D. D., Dunbrack, R., Karanicolas, J., and Mantis, N. J. (2018) Contribution of an unusual CDR2 element of a single domain antibody in ricin toxin binding affinity and neutralizing activity. Protein Eng Des Sel. 10.1093/protein/gzy022
Rudolph, M. J., Vance, D. J., Cassidy, M. S., Rong, Y., and Mantis, N. J. (2017) Structural Analysis of Single Domain Antibodies Bound to a Second Neutralizing Hot Spot on Ricin Toxin's Enzymatic Subunit. J Biol Chem. 292, 872-883
Rudolph, M. J., Czajka, T. F., Davis, S. A., Nguyen, C. My Thi, Li, X. - P., Tumer, N. E., Vance, D. J., and Mantis, N. J. (2020) Intracellular Neutralization of Ricin Toxin by Single-domain Antibodies Targeting the Active Site. J Mol Biol. 10.1016/j.jmb.2020.01.006
Rubinstein, R., Thu, C. Aye, Goodman, K. Marie, Wolcott, H. Noelle, Bahna, F., Mannepalli, S., Ahlsen, G., Chevee, M., Halim, A., Clausen, H., Maniatis, T., Shapiro, L., and Honig, B. (2015) Molecular logic of neuronal self-recognition through protocadherin domain interactions. Cell. 163, 629-42
Rubin, S. M., Gall, A. - L., Zheng, N., and Pavletich, N. P. (2005) Structure of the Rb C-terminal domain bound to E2F1-DP1: a mechanism for phosphorylation-induced E2F release. Cell. 123, 1093-106
Ruangprasert, A., Maehigashi, T., Miles, S. J., Giridharan, N., Liu, J. X., and Dunham, C. M. (2014) Mechanisms of toxin inhibition and transcriptional repression by Escherichia coli DinJ-YafQ. J Biol Chem. 289, 20559-69
Ruan, B., London, V., Fisher, K. E., D Gallagher, T., and Bryan, P. N. (2008) Engineering substrate preference in subtilisin: structural and kinetic analysis of a specificity mutant. Biochemistry. 47, 6628-36
Roy, R. N., Lomakin, I. B., Gagnon, M. G., and Steitz, T. A. (2015) The mechanism of inhibition of protein synthesis by the proline-rich peptide oncocin. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 22, 466-9
Rothé, B., Leettola, C. N., Leal-Esteban, L., Cascio, D., Fortier, S., Isenschmid, M., Bowie, J. U., and Constam, D. B. (2018) Crystal Structure of Bicc1 SAM Polymer and Mapping of Interactions between the Ciliopathy-Associated Proteins Bicc1, ANKS3, and ANKS6. Structure. 10.1016/j.str.2017.12.002
Rostøl, J. T., Xie, W., Kuryavyi, V., Maguin, P., Kao, K., Froom, R., Patel, D. J., and Marraffini, L. A. (2021) The Card1 nuclease provides defence during type III CRISPR immunity.. Nature. 590, 624-629
Rosenberg, O. S., Dovala, D., Li, X., Connolly, L., Bendebury, A., Finer-Moore, J., Holton, J., Cheng, Y., Stroud, R. M., and Cox, J. S. (2015) Substrates Control Multimerization and Activation of the Multi-Domain ATPase Motor of Type VII Secretion. Cell. 161, 501-512
Rosen, M. D., Venkatesan, H., Peltier, H. M., Bembenek, S. D., Kanelakis, K. C., Zhao, L. X., Leonard, B. E., Hocutt, F. M., Wu, X., Palomino, H. L., Brondstetter, T. I., Haugh, P. V., Cagnon, L., Yan, W., Liotta, L. A., Young, A., Mirzadegan, T., Shankley, N. P., Barrett, T. D., and Rabinowitz, M. H. (2010) Benzimidazole-2-pyrazole HIF Prolyl 4-Hydroxylase Inhibitors as Oral Erythropoietin Secretagogues. ACS Med Chem Lett. 1, 526-9
Roose, B. W., Zemerov, S. D., Wang, Y., Kasimova, M. A., Carnevale, V., and Dmochowski, I. J. (2019) A Structural Basis for Xe Hyper-CEST Signal in TEM-1 β-Lactamase.. Chemphyschem. 20, 260-267
Roose, B. W., and Christianson, D. W. (2019) Structural Basis of Tryptophan Reverse N-Prenylation Catalyzed by CymD. Biochemistry. 58, 3232-3242
Ronnebaum, T. A., Gupta, K., and Christianson, D. W. (2020) Higher-Order Oligomerization of a Chimeric αβγ Bifunctional Diterpene Synthase with Prenyltransferase and Class II Cyclase Activities is Concentration-Dependent.. J Struct Biol. 10.1016/j.jsb.2020.107463
Ronnebaum, T. A., Gardner, S. M., and Christianson, D. W. (2020) An Aromatic Cluster in the Active Site of -Isozizaene Synthase Is an Electrostatic Toggle for Divergent Terpene Cyclization Pathways. Biochemistry. 10.1021/acs.biochem.0c00876