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Philip Bevilacqua
Philip Bevilacqua
Professor of Chemistry, The Pennsylvania State University
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In vivo genome-wide profiling of RNA secondary structure reveals novel regulatory features
Y Ding, Y Tang, CK Kwok, Y Zhang, PC Bevilacqua, SM Assmann
Nature 505 (7485), 696-700, 2014
7062014
General acid-base catalysis in the mechanism of a hepatitis delta virus ribozyme
S Nakano, DM Chadalavada, PC Bevilacqua
Science 287 (5457), 1493-1497, 2000
5122000
Incorporation of pseudouridine into mRNA enhances translation by diminishing PKR activation
BR Anderson, H Muramatsu, SR Nallagatla, PC Bevilacqua, LH Sansing, ...
Nucleic acids research 38 (17), 5884-5892, 2010
3862010
Minor-groove recognition of double-stranded RNA by the double-stranded RNA-binding domain from the RNA-activated protein kinase PKR
PC Bevilacqua, TR Cech
Biochemistry 35 (31), 9983-9994, 1996
3031996
The double-stranded-RNA-binding motif: interference and much more
B Tian, PC Bevilacqua, A Diegelman-Parente, MB Mathews
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 5 (12), 1013-1023, 2004
2972004
RNA catalysis through compartmentalization
CA Strulson, RC Molden, CD Keating, PC Bevilacqua
Nature chemistry 4 (11), 941-946, 2012
2692012
5'-triphosphate-dependent activation of PKR by RNAs with short stem-loops
SR Nallagatla, J Hwang, R Toroney, X Zheng, CE Cameron, ...
science 318 (5855), 1455-1458, 2007
2672007
Dynamics of ribozyme binding of substrate revealed by fluorescence-detected stopped-flow methods
PC Bevilacqua, R Kierzek, KA Johnson, DH Turner
Science 258 (5086), 1355-1358, 1992
2391992
Mechanistic considerations for general acid− base catalysis by RNA: Revisiting the mechanism of the hairpin ribozyme
PC Bevilacqua
Biochemistry 42 (8), 2259-2265, 2003
2372003
Genome-wide analysis of RNA secondary structure
PC Bevilacqua, LE Ritchey, Z Su, SM Assmann
Annual review of genetics 50, 235-266, 2016
1982016
Bioreactor droplets from liposome-stabilized all-aqueous emulsions
DC Dewey, CA Strulson, DN Cacace, PC Bevilacqua, CD Keating
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-9, 2014
1862014
Catalytic roles for proton transfer and protonation in ribozymes
PC Bevilacqua, TS Brown, S Nakano, R Yajima
Biopolymers: Original Research on Biomolecules 73 (1), 90-109, 2004
1792004
Mechanistic characterization of the HDV genomic ribozyme: assessing the catalytic and structural contributions of divalent metal ions within a multichannel reaction mechanism
S Nakano, DJ Proctor, PC Bevilacqua
Biochemistry 40 (40), 12022-12038, 2001
1672001
Comparison of binding of mixed ribose-deoxyribose analogs of CUCU to a ribozyme and to GGAGAA by equilibrium dialysis: evidence for ribozyme specific interactions with 2†…
PC Bevilacqua, DH Turner
Biochemistry 30 (44), 10632-10640, 1991
1631991
Nucleoside modifications modulate activation of the protein kinase PKR in an RNA structure-specific manner
SR Nallagatla, PC Bevilacqua
Rna 14 (6), 1201-1213, 2008
1502008
The RNA structurome: transcriptome-wide structure probing with next-generation sequencing
CK Kwok, Y Tang, SM Assmann, PC Bevilacqua
Trends in biochemical sciences 40 (4), 221-232, 2015
1462015
Template-directed RNA polymerization and enhanced ribozyme catalysis inside membraneless compartments formed by coacervates
RR Poudyal, RM Guth-Metzler, AJ Veenis, EA Frankel, CD Keating, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-13, 2019
1452019
Activation of the protein kinase PKR by short double-stranded RNAs with single-stranded tails
X Zheng, PC Bevilacqua
Rna 10 (12), 1934-1945, 2004
1452004
A 1.9 Ň crystal structure of the HDV ribozyme precleavage suggests both Lewis acid and general acid mechanisms contribute to phosphodiester cleavage
JH Chen, R Yajima, DM Chadalavada, E Chase, PC Bevilacqua, ...
Biochemistry 49 (31), 6508-6518, 2010
1432010
A brilliant disguise for self RNA: 5’-end and internal modifications of primary transcripts suppress elements of innate immunity
SR Nallagatla, R Toroney, PC Bevilacqua
RNA biology 5 (3), 140-144, 2008
1392008
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