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A new method of forming peptide bonds
JC Sheehan, GP Hess
Journal of the American Chemical Society 77 (4), 1067-1068, 1955
21281955
Phosphorylation of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor regulates its rate of desensitization
RL Huganir, AH Delcour, P Greengard, GP Hess
Nature 321 (6072), 774-776, 1986
4801986
Photolabile precursors of glutamate: synthesis, photochemical properties, and activation of glutamate receptors on a microsecond time scale.
R Wieboldt, KR Gee, L Niu, D Ramesh, BK Carpenter, GP Hess
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (19), 8752-8756, 1994
2941994
Implication of an ionizing group in the control of conformation and activity of chymotrypsin
HL Oppenheimer, B Labouesse, GP Hess
Journal of Biological Chemistry 241 (11), 2720-2730, 1966
2341966
Peptide derivatives containing hydroxyamino acids
JC Sheehan, M Goodman, GP Hess
Journal of the American Chemical Society 78 (7), 1367-1369, 1956
2321956
Synthesis, photochemistry, and biological activity of a caged photolabile acetylcholine receptor ligand
T Milburn, N Matsubara, AP Billington, JB Udgaonkar, JW Walker, ...
Biochemistry 28 (1), 49-55, 1989
2181989
Alkaline isomerization of oxidized cytochrome c: Equilibrium and kinetic measurements
LA Davis, A Schejter, GP Hess
Journal of Biological Chemistry 249 (8), 2624-2632, 1974
2071974
Photolabile protecting groups for an acetylcholine receptor ligand. Synthesis and photochemistry of a new class of o-nitrobenzyl derivatives and their effects on receptor function
JW Walker, JA McCray, GP Hess
Biochemistry 25 (7), 1799-1805, 1986
1761986
Synthesis of photolabile precursors of amino acid neurotransmitters
M Wilcox, RW Viola, KW Johnson, AP Billington, BK Carpenter, ...
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 55 (5), 1585-1589, 1990
1611990
On the elucidation of the pH dependence of the oxidation-reduction potential of cytochrome c at alkaline pH
KG Brandt, PC Parks, GH Czerlinski, GP Hess
Journal of Biological Chemistry 241 (18), 4180-4185, 1966
1531966
A protecting group for carboxylic acids that can be photolyzed by visible light
VR Shembekar, Y Chen, BK Carpenter, GP Hess
Biochemistry 44 (19), 7107-7114, 2005
1442005
Chemical kinetic measurements of a mammalian acetylcholine receptor by a fast-reaction technique.
JB Udgaonkar, GP Hess
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (24), 8758-8762, 1987
1381987
Studies of the activity of chymotrypsin
GP Hess, J McConn, E Ku, G McConkey
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1970
1361970
Acetylcholine receptor-controlled ion translocation: chemical kinetic investigations of the mechanism
GP Hess, DJ Cash, H Aoshima
Annual Review of Biophysics and Bioengineering 12 (1), 443-473, 1983
1341983
Acetylcholine receptor-controlled ion fluxes in membrane vesicles investigated by fast reaction techniques
GP Hess, DJ Cash, H Aoshima
Nature 282 (5736), 329-331, 1979
1311979
Investigations of the Chymotrypsin-catalyzed Hydrolysis of Specific Substrates: III. DETERMINATION OF INDIVIDUAL RATE CONSTANTS AND ENZYME-SUBSTRATE BINDING CONSTANTS FOR …
KG Brandt, A Himoe, GP Hess
Journal of Biological Chemistry 242 (17), 3973-3982, 1967
1251967
Molecular mechanism of acetylcholine receptor-controlled ion translocation across cell membranes
DJ Cash, GP Hess
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 77 (2), 842-846, 1980
1201980
In vitro selection of RNA molecules that displace cocaine from the membrane-bound nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
H Ulrich, JE Ippolito, OR Pagán, VA Eterovic, RM Hann, H Shi, JT Lis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (24), 14051-14056, 1998
1121998
A New Method of Peptide Bond Formation J
J Sheehan, G Hess
Am. Chem. Soc 77, 1067-1068, 1955
1101955
Investigations of the Chymotrypsin-catalyzed Hydrolysis of Specific Substrates: I. THE pH DEPENDENCE OF THE CATALYTIC HYDROLYSIS OF N-ACETYL-l-TRYPTOPHANAMIDE BY THREE FORMS OF …
A Himoe, PC Parks, GP Hess
Journal of Biological Chemistry 242 (5), 919-929, 1967
1091967
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