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CURRICULUM VITAE
BI-CHENG WANG
February 11, 2006
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Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Phone: 706-542-1747(Office) 706-340-5036 (Mobile) Education:
Research Associate, University of Pittsburgh Research Chemist, VA Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA Assistant Professor (Adjunct), University of Pittsburgh Assistant Chief, Biocrystallography Laboratory, VA Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA Associate Professor (Adjunct), University of Pittsburgh Professor (Adjunct), University of Pittsburgh Professor, Department of Crystallography and Department of Biological Professor (Adjunct), Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, R.O.C. Professor (Adjunct), University of Pittsburgh Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Georgia Eminent Scholar in Structural Biology (X-ray Crystallography), Georgia Research Alliance and Director, Southeast Regional Collaborative Access Team for Synchrotron beam lines at APS Director, Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics Professor (Visiting), Tainjin Medical University Professor (Adjunct), Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Director (Joint), Joint Center for Structural Genomics and Proteomics, Institute of Biophysics, CAS Regional Co-Editor, Crystallographic Reviews Program Chairman, Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference President, Pittsburgh Diffraction Society Chairman Search Committee Member, Department of Biological Sciences, Univ. of Pittsburgh University Research Council Member, University of Pittsburgh Project Leader, Crystallography Program, Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica, ROC Scientific Review Committee Member, Biophysical Chemistry Study Section, NIH Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, UGA Member, Task Group for the Evaluation of NASA’s Biotechnology Facility for the International Co-Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, UGA Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Institute of Molecular Biology, Taiwan, Republic of China Co-Director, ACA Summer School in Crystallography, University of Pittsburgh Director, ACA Summer School in Crystallography, University of Georgia Chair, Founding Members, Southeast Regional Collaborative Access Team for Synchrotron Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Bruker AXS Inc. Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Institute of Biochemistry, Taiwan, Republic of China Member, University Research Computing Committee, University of Georgia Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science, China Member, Committee of Visitors for the Evaluation of Life Science Program of the US Dept of Energy 2005 Member, Institute Laboratories Advisory Council, RIKEN Discovery Research Institute, Japan Member, International Advisory Com., 2006 International Conference on Structural Genomics Member, External Scientific Advisory Committee, Center for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics Chair, Organizing Committee, 1st Annual UK-Southeast USA Symposium on Structural Genomics and Proteomics of Membrane and Metalloproteins Coordinator (US), Global Initiative for Structural Proteomics (China, Japan, UK, USA) Distinguished Service Award, American Crystallographic Association ƒ Development of advanced instrumentation for diffraction studies including synchrotron X-ray sources, remote access for beamline operations, robotic sample mounting technologies, and in-house X-ray sources. ƒ Development of computer software packages for Direct Crystallography - phasing from unlabelled native crystals, signal-based data collection, cost-effective high-throughput structure determination pipelines, and refinement methods to ensure high-quality structural results. ƒ Application of structural biology tools for the structure-function studies of relevant biological macromolecules, which include RNA polymerases, neurophysins and their hormone complexes, glutathione transferases, glutamine binding protein and complex, aldehyde dehydrogenase, augmenter of liver regeneration, green fluorescent protein, hemerythrin, myohemerythrin, ferrochelatase and plant cell wall polysaccharides. ƒ Application of multidisciplinary high-throughput structural genomics methodologies for structural proteomics of proteins targets related to energy, environment and health. Purification and Crystallization of E. coli RNA Polymerase, PI, Pitt Research & Services Foundation, 1978 X-ray Structures of Ricin, Abrin, Bowman-Birk Inhibitors, PI, NIH, 1984-1987 Area Detector for Protein Data Collection in Pittsburgh, PI, NIH Shared Instrumentation Grant, 1985-1986 $219,000 Structural Studies of Histone, Co-PI, NIH, 1988-1991 Area Detector for Macromolecular Crystallography, Co-PI, NIH Shared Instrumentation Grant, 1992-1993 $264,649 Structure of Glutamine Binding Proteins by Crystallography, Co-PI, NSF, 5/1/89 - 6/30/94 Crystallographic Studies of HIV Transactivation Protein, TAT, Co-PI, Army Research, 5/24/93 - 4/30/96 Study of Neurophysin-Hormone Systems by X-Ray Diffraction, PI, NIH, 4/1/79-3/31/86 Structure-Function of Neurophysin-Hormone Systems, PI, NIH, 2/1/88 - 1/31/96 Site-Specific Recombination by L5 Integrase, Co-PI, NIH, 9/1/93 - 8/31/97 Structure-Function of Glutathione S-Transferases, PI, NIH, 1/1/94 - 12/31/97 Structure-Function Relationships of RNA Polymerases, PI, NIH, 7/1/88 - 6/30/98 Structural Characterization of Liver Aldehyde Dehydrogenases, Co-PI, NIH, 7/1/90 - 11/31/00 Equipment Support for UGA Crystallography Laboratory, PI, Georgia Research Alliance, 7/1/95-6/30/00 $2,000,000 Equipment Support for Structural Genomics Project, PI, Georgia Research Alliance, 7/1/1-6/30/04 Structural Study of Poly(hydroxyalkanoate) Synthase Responsible for Biobased Polymer Production Co-PI, (Daniel K.Y. Solaiman, PI), USDA/NRI, 10/1/03 - 9/30/05 Mannosidases in Glycoprotein Biosynthesis and Catabolism, Co-PI, (Kelley Moremen, PI), NIH Southeast Regional Collaborative Access Team (Synchrotron Beamlines), PI, Various sources Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics, PI, NIH/NIGMS 10/1/00-8/31/06, $2.9M YR06 Major Thesis Advisor for Past Graduate Students (and their Current Positions): Daniel S.C. Yang, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1983. (Professor, McMaster University, Canada) Zhang-Bao Xu, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1986. (Research Scientist, Wyeth-Ayerst Research, Princeton, NJ) Laura L. Clancy, M.S. in Crystallography, 1986. (Post-Doctoral Associate, University of Georgia, Athens, GA) Ping Chen, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1989. (Senior Research Scientist, Agouron Pharmaceuticals. San Diego, CA) Yong Je Chung, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1989. (Professor, Chung Buk University, Korea) Liqing Chen, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1991. (Research Associate Professor, UAH) Rui Sousa, Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, 1992. (Associate Professor, University of Texas) Chwan-Deng Hsiao, Ph. D. in Crystallography, 1993. (Professor, Institute of Molecular Biology, Taiwan) Jian Hua Fu, Ph. D. in Crystallography, 1994. (Assistant Professor, Yale University) Yuh-Ju Sun, Ph. D. in Crystallography, 1995. (Associate Professor, Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan) Ke Zeng, Ph. D. in Crystallography, 1995 (Research Associate, Research Institute of Scripps Clinic) Ping-Lin Ong, Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, 1997 (Associate Professor, Taiwan) Bing Hu, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1997 (Research Staff, St. Louis) Chia-Kuei Wu, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1999 (Research Associate, NCI) Chung Jung Chen, Ph.D. in Crystallography, 1999 (Staff Scientist, Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan) Vasundara Srinivasan, Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Mol. Biol., 2000 (Research Associate, Germany) Florian Schubot, Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Mol. Biol., 2001 (Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech) Lu Deng, Ph.D. in Chemistry, 2004 (Research Associate, NIST) Lei (Lisa) Huang, MS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2004 (Research Staff, Jeff Habel, Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Mol. Biol., 2005 (Research Associate, Scripps Florida) Peter Horanyi, Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Mol. Biol., 2005 (Research Associate. Univ. of Georgia) Thesis Advisor for Current Graduate Students: Hua Yang Bret Dillard Min Zhao James Swindell Quentin Florence Gouri Wannere Jinyi Zhu Annapoorani Ramiah Research Supervisor for UGA Undergraduate Students: Sidney Lance Hendrix (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 2 terms) Alex Nguyen (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 2 terms) Babatunde Olubajo (Agriculture and Environment Sciences, for 3 terms) Ryan Shanks (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 3 terms) Christine Roberts (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 3 terms) Jodi-Ann Wiggan (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 2 terms) Rebecca Smith (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 2 terms) Sonal E. Harbaran (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 2 terms) Quentin Florence (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 3 terms) Jessie Chang (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 3 terms) Jimmy Nguyen (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 2 terms) Jenny Huang (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 2 terms) Janice Hsieh (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 1 term) Han Na You (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, for 1 term) Principal Lecturer (1978, 1980), Dept. of Chemistry, Duquesne University, Graduate Course in X-ray Crystallography. Principal Lecturer (1986-1987), Dept. Crystallography, University of Pittsburgh, Graduate course in Introductory Guest Lecturer (1988), Dept. of Biological Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University, Lecture on Determination of Protein Structure by X-ray Diffraction in graduate course on Advanced Biochemistry. Principal Lecturer (1986-1990), Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, Protein Purification, Part I of Guest Lecturer (1990), Graduate Institute of Microbiology, College of Medicine, National Taiwan University, Lecture on Macromolecules, Nucleic Acids and Chromosomes, graduate course in Molecular Genetics. Principal Lecturer (1992), Academia Sinica Summer School on X-ray Crystallography, Taipei, Taiwan; graduate course Guest Lecturer (1992-1995), Dept. of Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry, Medical School, University of Pittsburgh, lectures in Protein Crystallography, graduate course in Protein Structures and Functions. Principal Lecturer (1991-1994), Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, X-ray Crystallography, Part II of graduate course in Current Topics in Molecular Biophysics. Lecturer and co-Director (1993-2002), American Crystallographic Association Crystallography Summer School, Lectures in Macromolecular Crystallography. Principal Lecturer (1986-1995), Dept. of Crystallography, University of Pittsburgh, Graduate course in Protein Principal Lecturer (1997-2004), Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Georgia, Graduate course Co-Lecturer (1999-2004), Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Georgia, Advanced Physical Invited Oral Presentations (since 1990): 1. The Use of Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data in the Structure Determination of a Neurophysin- Dipeptide Complex from an Incorporated Iodine Atom, Birmingham Crystallographic Workshop, Birmingham, 2. Structure of Neurophysin-Dipeptide Complex Determined by a Novel Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Method, Johns Hopkins University, March 26, 1990. 3. T7 RNA Polymerase: Crystal Structure and Functional Homologies to other Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic RNA Polymerases. Johns Hopkins University, March 27, 1990. 4. The Use of Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data in the Structure Determination of a Neurophysin- Dipeptide Complex from an Incorporated Iodine Atom, Frontiers in Crystallographic Methods, American Crystallographic Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6, 1990. 5. Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, Gordon Research Conference on Diffraction Methods in Molecular Biology, 6. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, The 3rd International Symposium and Workshop of the Society of Bioscientists in America, Hong Kong, June 25, 1990. 7. Toward a Better Understanding of the Structure-function Relationship of RNA Polymerase, International Symposium of Structural Biology, Taipei, Taiwan, June 27, 1990. 8. Resolution of Phase Ambiguity in Macromolecular Crystallography by a Noise Filtering Process, Albany Conferences on Converging Approaches in Computational Biology, Albany, New York, September 14, 1990. 9. Macromolecules, Nucleic Acids and Chromosomes, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, October 2, 1990. 10. Structure Determination by the ISIR/ISAS Program Package, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Workshop on Crystallographic Phasing and Refinement, NIH campus, Bethesda, MD, October 22, 1990. 11. Study of Structure-Function of Neurophysin-Hormone System by X-ray Crystallography, Institute of Molecular 12. Crystal Structure of a Neurophysin-Dipeptide Complex Determined by the Use of Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Method, Taiwan Crystallographic Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, April 8, 1991. 13. T7 RNA Polymerase: Crystal Structure and Functional Homologies to Other Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic RNA Polymerases, National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan, April 14, 1991. 14. T7 RNA Polymerase: Crystal Structure and Functional Homologies to Other Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic RNA Polymerases. Seventh Conversation in the Discipline Biomolecular Stereodynamics, Albany, NY, June 22, 1991. 15. Resolving the Controversy Surrounding the Structure of the Octameric Histone Core of the Nucleosome: The Crystal Structure at 3Å Resolution, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, September 19, 1991. 16. T7 RNA Polymerase: Low Resolution Structure and Its Biological Implications, University of Arkansas, 17. T7 RNA Polymerase: Low Resolution Structure and Its Biological Implications, The 49th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Columbus, Ohio, November 7, 1991. 18. T7 RNA Polymerase: Low Resolution Structure and Its Biological Implications, International Symposium on Molecular Structure and Life - Molecular Recognition of Nucleic Acids, Yokohama, Japan, December 12, 1991. 19. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan, December 16, 1991. 20. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, March 27, 1992. 21. Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, Keystone Symposium on Fundamental Mechanisms of Transcription, Copper 22. Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, Symposium on Structural Tools for the Analysis of Protein-Nucleic Acid Complexes, Wildbad Kreuth, Germany, May 6, 1992. 23. Structure Determination of Glutamine-Binding Protein of E. coli With and Without Bound L-Glutamine by X-ray Diffraction, The 4th International Symposium and Workshop of the Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America, University of Singapore, Singapore, June 15, 1992. 24. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, September 22, 1992. 25. Structural Studies of Neurophysin-Hormone Complexes, The 2nd China-Japan Joint Seminar on Crystallography, 26. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase at 3.3Å Resolution, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA, March 4, 27. Structure Determination of Octameric Histone Core of Nucleosome, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA, 28. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase at 3.3Å Resolution, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, April 29. The Octameric Histone Core of Nucleosome: What We Learn From the Structure Determination. American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May 24, 1993. 30. Structure of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase at 3.3Å Resolution. The 5th International Symposium and Workshop of the Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America, Baltimore, MD, June 17, 1993. 31. Structure of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase at 3.3Å Resolution. The XVI Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Beijing, China, August 22, 1993. 32. T7 RNA Polymerase: Structural Aspects and Relationships to Other Nucleic Acid Polymerases. University of Missouri-Kansas City, MI, October 14, 1993. 33. The Cuddle Compound and Its Cradle, The Department of Biological Sciences Annual Retreat, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, October, 1993. 34. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase, Agouron Pharmaceuticals, La Jolla, CA, November 11, 1993. 35. T7 RNA Polymerase: Structural Aspects and Relationship to Other Nucleic Acid Polymerases, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, November 15, 1993. 36. T7 RNA Polymerase: Structural Aspects and Relationship to Other Nucleic Acid Polymerases, University of 37. T7 RNA Polymerase: Structural Aspects and Relationship to Other Nucleic Acid Polymerases, Tsing-Hua 38. T7 RNA Polymerase: Crystal Structure and Biological Implications "The 10th Federation of Asian and Oceanian Biochemists Symposium on Protein Research," Taipei, Taiwan, December 8-10, 1993. 39. Phase Refinement and Extension by Density Modification, Asian Region Seminar on Crystallography in Molecular 40. Structures of Nucleic Acid Polymerases, Asian Region Seminar on Crystallography in Molecular Biology, 41. Structural Studies of Neurophysin and its Hormone Complexes. Recent Developments in Macromolecular Crystallography, XXV National Seminar on Crystallography, Madras, India, December 15-17, 1993. 42. Development of the Solvent Flattening Methods for Macromolecular Structure Determination. Ohio State 43. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase. Ohio State University, OH, November 1, 1994. 44. A Unified Mechanism for the Modular Architecture of Nucleic Acid Polymerases. Structural Biology/Biophysics Society Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, May 11, 1995. 45. Crystal Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase. National Institute of Genetics, Japan, May 15, 1995. 46. Structure of an Oxytocin-Neurophysin Complex and its Implication on the Hormone Storage in the Neurosecretory granules. The 6th International Symposium and Workshop of the Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America, 47. Heavy Atom Handedness and Protein Structure Determination using Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, July 25, 1995. 48. Crystallography: a Window into the World of Molecules. Department of Cellular Biology, University of Georgia, 49. Structure of Aldehyde Dehydrogenase. Suddath Memorial Symposium, Georgia Institute of Technology, April 20, 50. Crystallography: a Window into the World of Molecules - Part II. Symposium series on Computational and Experimental Approaches to Molecular Structure, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University 51. Structure of an Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Complex with Co-enzyme NAD. 8th International Symposium on Enzymology and Molecular Biology of Carbonyl Metabolism, Deadwood, South Dakota, June 30, 1996. 52. How Does Solvent Flattening Remove the Phase Ambiguity. XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, WA, August 12, 1996. 53. How Does Solvent Flattening Remove the Phase Ambiguity. 54th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, 54. Hormone Packaging in Posterior Pituitary Revealed by X-Ray Crystallographic Studies. Institute of Molecular Medicine and Genetics, Medical College of Georgia, February 25, 1997. 55. Crystallographic programs at the University of Georgia. University of Arkansas, March 23, 1998. 56. University of Georgia. July 26, 1998. 57. XVIIIth International Congress of Crystallography, Glasgow, Scotland, August, 1999. 58. Protein Structure Determination from Native Crystals Using Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. Utah 59. Protein Structure Determination from Native Crystals Using Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. Argonne National Laboratory, November 17, 1999. 60. Protein Crystallography in the Next Decade: A personal Observation. BMB, UGA. March 23, 2000. 61. ISAS Method. ISAS Workshop, GA Center for Continuing Education, April 6-7, 2000. 62. Protein Structure Determination from Native Crystals Using Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. Agouron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., San Diego, California, April 22, 2000. 63. Protein Structure Determination from Native Crystals Using Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado, April 24, 2000. 64. Towards Increased Data Collection Efficiency through Automation and Time-Sharing. Stanford Synchrotron Research Facility, Stanford, California, May 11, 2000. 65. SAS Phasing a Powerful Tool for Protein Crystal Structure Determination is Maturing. ACA Annual Meeting, St. 66. Direct Crystallography and The Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Senica, Taiwan, October 30, 2000. 67. Development of Biological Beamlines for the Southeast Regional Collaborative Access Team at the Advanced Photon Source. Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan, October 26, 2000. 68. Meeting the Challenges of High-throughput Structure Determination for Structural Genomics. International Conference on Structural Genomics 2000, Yokohama, Japan, November 2, 2000. 69. Comments on Automation, Harima Workshop on High-throughput Crystallography, Spring-8, Harima, Japan, 70. Protein Structure Determination from Native Crystals Using Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. Harima Workshop on High-throughout Crystallography, Spring-8, Harima, Japan, November 7, 2000. 71. The Crystal Structure and Functional Implications of Yeast Mitochondrial Transcription Factor sc-mtTFB & Structural Genomics Projects at the University of Georgia. University of Toronto, Canada, November 9, 2000. 72. Protein Structure Determination from Native Crystals Using Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, November 10, 2000. 73. Recovery of Non-productive Beamtime. European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, France, February 2001. 74. Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. Second International Conference of Structural Genomics, 75. Methodology and Technology Development for Structural Genomics. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Microbiology, Waterloo, Canada, June 13, 2001. 76. Lecturer, American Crystallographic Association Summer School, GA Center for Continuing Education, June 7-19, 77. Direct Crystallography and Sulfur Phasing. Crystallography Workshop, European Synchrotron Research Facility, 78. Sulfur Phasing. Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica e Biologica, Universidade Nova De Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, June 79. Methodology and Technology Development for Structural Genomics at the South East Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. Georgia State University, October 5, 2001. 80. Methodology and Technology Development for Structural Genomics at the South East Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. Emory University, October 8, 2001. 81. Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. NIH, Bethesda, MD, October 21-23, 2001. 82. Crystal Structure Determination from Native Crystals. Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Cincinnati, OH, October 83. Direct Crystallography and the Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. Keystone Symposium, 84. Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics: Methodology and Technology Development. University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama, February 15, 2002. 85. Computational Methods to Extract Phase Information from Single Wavelength Data: Theory and Practice. ACA Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, May 26, 2002. 86. Direct Crystallography and the Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. Second Tsinghua International Conference of Protein Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, June 4, 2002. 87. The Iterative Single-wavelength Anomalous Scattering method for Phasing Macromolecular Structures. The ISAS Workshop, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, June 6, 2002. 88. Methodology and Technology Development for Structural Genomics At the Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, June 14, 2002. 89. Automation in Protein Crystallography Data Collection - An Overview. 2002 Gordon Research Conference on Diffraction Methods in Structural Biology, New London, Connecticut, July 15, 2002. 90. Direct Crystallography: Phasing from Native Crystals. 2002 Gordon Research Conference on Diffraction Methods in Structural Biology, New London, Connecticut, July 15, 2002. 91. Sulfur Phasing and Direct Crystallography. International Union of Crystallography Conference, Geneva, 92. Meeting the Challenges of High-throughput Structure Determination for Structural Genomics. Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 5, 2002. 93. Progress Towards Direct Macromolecular Crystallography. Workshop on Automated Structure Determination, International Structural Genomics Organization meeting, Berlin, Germany, October 8, 2002. 94. The Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. NIH Joint meeting of PSI Research Center PIs and the PSI Advisory Committee, NIGMS/NIH Bethesda, MD, November 14, 2002. 95. Meeting the Challenges of High-throughput Structure Determination for Structural Genomics. National Cancer Institute, Frederick, MD, November 15, 2002. 96. Direct Crystallography. 31th Annual Mid-Atlantic Protein Crystallography Meeting, Durham, North Carolina, May 97. Structural Genomics and Direct Crystallography. Biotech Symposium 2003 In Honor of Dr. Ahmed Abdelal, 98. Structural Genomics and Their Impact to Protein Crystallography. Bruker Biocrystallography Workshop, Madison, 99. Integration of Multiple Genomics and Multiple Technologies. Target Selection Workshop, NIH, November 13, 100. Progress in the Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics. NIH Joint meeting of PSI Research Center PIs and the PSI Advisory Committee, NIGMS/NIH Bethesda, MD, December 2, 2003. 101. SECSG Protein-to-Structure Pipeline: Potential and Limitations. Sandia National Laboratory, Sandia, CA, March 102. SECSG Protein-to-Structure Pipeline: Potential and Limitations. ORNL, Oak Ridge, TN, April 12, 2004. 103. Structural Genomics and Protein Crystallography at SECSG. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, April 16, 2004. 104. Integration of Technology for Structural Genomics. The 1st Pacific-Rim International Conference on Protein Science, Yokohama, Japan, April 18, 2004. 105. SECSG Protein-to-Structure Pipeline. Mayo Clinic, May 14, 2004. 106. Integration of Technology for Structural Genomics. Symposium on Biomedical Computing, Georgia State 107. Production of Better Quality Crystals. International Conference on Crystallization of Biological Macromolecules, 108. Building SAS Phasing Tools for Unlabelled Native Crystals. Gordon Research Conference, Lewiston, MN, July 12, 109. SECSG Year 4 Progress Report. NIH Joint meeting of PSI Research Center PIs and the PSI Advisory Committee, NIGMS/NIH Bethesda, MD, October 28, 2004. 110. Light When You Need It: SER-CAT’s Synchrotron at the Advanced Photon Source. Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 30, 2004. 111. Technology Development at SECSG Applicable to High-Throughput Structural Genomics. 2004 International Conference on Structural Genomics, Washington DC, November 19, 2004. 112. High-Throughput, High-Quality, Cost-Effective Structure Determination Using Both In-House and Synchrotron X- rays, Protein Crystallography in Drug Discovery 2005, South San Francisco, Jan. 18, 2005. 113. From Adolescence to Maturity at SECSG: What, Why and Where We Stand in Technology Development. Protein Purification and Crystallization Workshop 2005, NIH, Feb. 2-3, 2005. 114. Structural Genomics and Neutron Diffraction: Potential, leveraging Investments and Timing. Application of Neutrons in Biomedical Research – A presentation to the Program Directors of NSF, NIH/NIBIB, NIH/NCI, NIH/NCRR, NIH/NIGMS, NIH/NICHD, NIST, DOE. Natcher Conference Center, Bethesda, Maryland, Feb. 15, 115. Progress on Cost-Effective High-Quality Structure Determination, 2nd Bilateral Japan-UK Symposium on Structural Genomics and Proteomics, RIKEN Yokohama Institute, Yokohama, Japan, May 28-30, 2005. 116. Structural Genomics Tools Applicable to Structural Biology – Science at the Interface, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, June 20, 2005. 117. If You Build It “We” Will Come – Past Experiences and Predictions, Conference on New Frontier in Neutron Macromolecular Crystallography, ORNL, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, July 12-13, 2005. 118. HT Structure Determination at SER-CAT: Five Structures in 23 Hours. IUCr2005, Florence, Italy, August 23-31, 119. Progress on Cost-Effective High-Quality Structure Determination, Structural Proteomics in Europe (SPINE) Congress 2005, Montecatini Terme, Italy, September 1-2, 2005. 120. Structural Genomics and Proteomics – An Introduction and Overview, 1st UK-Southeast USA Symposium on Structural Genomics and Proteomics in Membrane and Metalloproteins, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 121. Progress in Sulfur Phasing and Direct Crystallography, International Conference on High-throughput Phasing,, Peking University, Beijing, China, October 31, 2005. 122. Sulfur Phasing and Direct Crystallography, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, 123. Structural Genomics Efforts at the University of Georgia, Tainjin Medical University, Taijing, China, November 4, 124. Sulfur Phasing and Direct Crystallography, Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute, Buffalo, New York, 125. Progress on Cost-Effective High-Quality Structure Determination, Memorial Symposium, Japan Pharmaceutical Consortium, Osaka, Japan, December 1, 2005.
Publications:
1. Cathodic Action of the Metal Complexes at the Dropping Mercury Electrode. VI. Uranyl-Para-Methylaminophenol
Sulfate Complex. T. T. Lai and B. C. Wang, J. Chinese Chem. Soc. 9, 14-25 (1962).
2. Polarography and Spectrophotometry of Copper-Glutamate Complex. T. T. Lai, T. L. Chang and B. C. Wang, J. Chinese Chem. Soc. 9, 26-36 (1962).
3. Cathodic Action of the Metal Complexes at the Dropping Mercury Electrode. VII. Lead-Ascorbate Complex. T. T. Lai and B. C. Wang, J. Chinese Chem. Soc. 9, 159-167 (1962).
4. Cathodic Action of the Uranyl-lactate Complex at the Dropping Mercury Electrode. T. T. Lai and B. C. Wang, Anal. Chem. 35, 905-908 (1963).
5. Cathodic Action of the Uranyl-Glycolate Complex at the Dropping Mercury Electrode. T. T. Lai, S. N. Chen, B. C. Wang and C. C. Hsien, Anal. Chem. 35, 1531-1533 (1963).
6. Cathodic Action of the Uranyl-Itaconate Complex at the Dropping Mercury Electrode. T. T. Lai and B. C. Wang, Anal. Chem. 36, 26-28 (1964).
7. Increasing the Accuracy of Crystal Orientation Procedures Using the Weissenberg Camera. B. C. Wang and A. W. Cordes, Rev. Sci. Instr. 38, 1736 (1967).
8. The Structure of an Oxygen Carrying Cobalt Complex. B. C. Wang and W. P. Schaefer, Science 166, 1404-1406
9. The Crystal Structure of Dipyridinium (II) Oxytetrachloroselenate (IV), a Highly Coordinated Selenium Compound. B. C. Wang and A. W. Cordes, Inorg. Chem. 9, 1643 (1970).
10. The Crystal Structure of Pentacyanocobalt (III)-5-cyano-pentaamine-cobalt (III) Monohydrate. B. C. Wang, W. P. Schaefer and R. E. Marsh, Inorg. Chem. 10, 1492 (1971).
11. The Synthesis and Crystal Structure Determination of the Bis(5,5-diethylbarbiturato)-bis(imidazole) Complexes of Cobalt (II) and Zinc (II). B. C. Wang and B. M. Craven, Chem. Commun. 290, (1971).
12. Bis(5-ethyl,5-phenylbarbiturato)-bis(imidazole) Complexes of Copper (II), Nickel (II), and Cobalt (II). B. C. Wang, W. R. Walker and N. C. Li, J. Coord. Chem. 3, 179 (1973).
13. Structure of a Dimeric Fragment Related to a Lambda-Type Bence-Jones Protein: A Preliminary Study. B. C. Wang and M. Sax, J. Mol. Biol. 87, 508 (1974).
14. Angle Settings for Rotation Around the Diffraction Vector for Four-Circle Diffractometers. B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo, J. Pletcher and M. Sax, Acta Cryst. A32, 918-919 (1976).
15. Structure of a Bence Jones Protein, Pav: An Initial Report. B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo, R. Y. Hwan, M. Sax, W. E. Brown and M. Michaels, J. Mol. Biol. 116, 619 (1977).
16. Structure of a Dimeric Fragment of a Lambda Type Bence Jones Protein. B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax. Acta Cryst. A31, 530 (1975).
17. Crystals of Pig Heart Aconitase. J. Lee, S. C. Chang, K. Hahm, A. J. Glaid, O. Gawron, B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo, M. Sax and J. Glusker, J. Mol. Biol. 112, 531 (1977).
18. The Structure of Hexaamine-m-acetato-di-m-hydroxo-dicobalt Tribromide Trihydrate. G. S. Mandel, R. E. Marsh, W. P. Schaefer, N. S. Mandel and B. C. Wang, Acta Cryst. B33, 3185 (1977).
19. Preliminary Crystallographic Data for Staphylococcus Aureus Exfoliative Toxin. C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang, M. Sax, and A. D. Johnson J. Mol. Biol. 124, 421-423 (1978).
20. Automated Interpretation of Electron Density Maps as Applied to Bence-Jones Protein Rhe. B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo, W. Furey, Jr. and M. Sax, J. Mol. Biol. 135, 305-308 (1979).
21. Crystal Structure of Bence Jones Protein Rhe (3Å) and Its Unique Domain-Domain Association. B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, J. Mol. Biol. 129, 657-674 (1979).
22. Crystals of Bovine Neurophysin II-Dipeptide Amide Complex. C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang, M. Sax and E. Breslow, J. Mol. Biol. 127, 241-242 (1979).
23. Structure of Bis[(salicylaldehyde)ethylenediimine]-dicobalt(III) Dichloride Chloroform Solvate. B. C. Wang, Ben T. Huie and W. P. Schaefer, Acta Cryst. B35, 1232-1234 (1979).
24. Phase Extension and Refinement of Bence-Jones Protein Rhe to 1.9Å. W. Furey, Jr., B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, Acta Cryst. A35, 810-817 (1979).
25. Crystallographic Computing on an Array Processor. W. Furey, Jr., B. C. Wang and M. Sax, J. Appl. Cryst. 15, 160-
26. Structure and Absolute Configuration of (R)-Baclofen Monohydrochloride. C. H. Chang, D. S. C. Yang, C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang, J. Pletcher, M. Sax and C. F. Terrence, Acta Cryst. B38, 2065-2067 (1982).
27. Single Crystals of the Iron-Sulfur Enzyme Aconitase. A. H. Robbins, C. D. Stout, D. Piszkiewicz, O. Gawron, C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, J. Biol. Chem. 257, 9061-9063 (1982).
28. Structure of a Novel Bence Jones Protein Fragment (Rhe) at 1.6Å Resolution. W. Furey, Jr., B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, J. Mol. Biol. 167, 661-692 (1983).
29. An Improved Method for the Synthesis of Anomerically Allylated C-Glycopyranosides and C-Glycofuranosides. A. P. Kozikowski, K. L. Sorgi, B. C. Wang and Z. B. Xu, Tetrahedron Letters 24, 1563-1566 (1983).
30. The INOC Approach to the Hydroazulenone Ring System - A Potential Entry to the Guainolides and Pseudoguainolides. A. P. Kozikowski, B. B. Mugrage, B. C. Wang and Z. B. Xu, Tetrahedron Letters 24, 3705-
31. The Intramolecular Nitrile Oxide Cycloaddition (INOC) Route to the Ergot Alkaloids: Use of Thisoxazoline to g- Amino Alcohol Conversion in the Total Synthesis of (+) Paliclavine. A. P. Kozikowski, Y. Y. Chen, B. C. Wang and Z. B. Xu, Tetrahedron 40, 2345-2358 (1984).
32. [(4+2) + (3+2)] Route to Multiply Fused Ring Systems: a New Notion in Polycycle Construction. A. P. Kozikowski, K. Hiraga, J. P. Springer, B. C. Wang and Z. B. Xu, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 106, 1845-1847 (1984).
33. Kinked DNA in Crystalline Complex with EcoRI Endonuclease. C. A. Frederick, J. Grable, M. Melis, C. Samudzi, L. Jen-Jacobson, B. C. Wang, P. Greene, H. W. Boyer and J. M. Rosenberg, Nature 309, 327-330 (1984).
34. Crystal Structure of Azotobacter Cytochrome c5. D. C. Carter, K. A. Melis, S. E. O'Donnell, B. K. Burgess, W. F. Furey, Jr., B. C. Wang and C. D. Stout, J. Mol. Biol. 184, 279-295 (1985).
35. Molecular Structure of Troponin C from Chicken Skeletal Muscle at 3Å Resolution. M. Sundaralingam, R. Bergstrom, G. M. Strasburg, S. T. Rao, P. Roychowdhury, M. L. Greaser and B. C. Wang, Science 227, 945-948
36. Crystallographic Structure of the Octameric Histone Core of the Nucleosome at a Resolution of 3.3Å. R. W. Burlingame, W. E. Love, B. C. Wang, R. Hamlin, N. H. Xuong and E. N. Moudrianakis, Science 228, 546-553
37. Crystallographic Structure of the Octameric Histone Core of the Nucleosome - Technical Comments. E. N. Moudrianakis, W. E. Love, B. C. Wang, N. H. Xuong and R. W. Burlingame, Science 229, 1109-1113 (1985).
38. Resolution of Phase Ambiguity in Macromolecular Crystallography. B. C. Wang, in "Diffraction Methods for Biological Macromolecules," Vol. B115 of Methods in Enzymology, Academic Press, 1985, pp. 90-112. 39. Novel Arrangement of Variable Domains: X-ray Crystallographic Analysis of the l-Chain Dimer Bence-Jones Protein Loc. C. H. Chang, M. T. Short, F. A. Westholm, F. J. Stevens, B. C. Wang, W. Furey, Jr., A. Solomon and M. Schiffer, Biochem. 24, 4890-4897 (1985).
40. Crystal Structure of Cd, Zn Metallothionein. W. F. Furey, A. H. Robbins, L. L. Clancy, D. R. Winge, B. C. Wang and C. D. Stout, Science 231, 704-710 (1986). In "Experientia Supplementum," 52, Metallothionein II, Birkhauser
41. Structure of the DNA-EcoRI Endonuclease Recognition Complex at 3.0Å. J. A. McClarin, C. A. Frederick, B. C. Wang, P. Greene, H. W. Boyer, J. Grable and J. M. Rosenberg, Science 234, 1526-1541 (1986).
42. Structure of Thiamin Dinitrate. D. S. C. Yang, J. Pletcher, J. P. Rose, C. S. Yoo, W. Furey, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Acta Cryst. C43, 313-316 (1987).
43. Structure and Recognition Mechanism of EcoRI Endonuclease. J. M. Rosenberg, J. A. McClarin, C. A. Frederick, B. C. Wang, J. Grable, H. W. Boyer and P. Greene, TIBS, 142, 395-402 (1987).
44. The Structure and Function of EcoRI Endonuclease. J. M. Rosenberg, J. A. McClarin, C. A. Frederick, B. C. Wang, H. W. Boyer, J. Grable and P. Greene, in "Biological Organization: Macromolecular Interactions at High Resolution." Academic Press, 1987, pp. 11-43. 45. Development of a Protein Design Strategy for EcoRI Endonuclease. J. M. Rosenberg, B. C. Wang, C. A. Frederick, N. Reich, P. Green, J. Grable and J. A. McClarin, in "Protein Engineering," Alan R. Liss, 1987. pp. 237-250. 46. Crystals of Modified Bovine Neurophysin II. J. P. Rose, D. S. C. Yang, C. S. Yoo, M. Sax, E. Breslow and B. C. Wang, Eur. J. Biochem. 174, 145-147 (1988).
47. Preliminary Crystallographic Analysis of Glutamine Binding Protein from Escherichia coli. P. Chen, J. P. Rose, Y. J. Chung, B. C. Wang, Q. Shen, P. F. Cottam and C. Ho, J. Mol. Biol. 205, 459-460 (1989).
48. A New Crystal Form of Ricin-OR. W. R. Chang, L. Chen, J. P. Rose, C. H. Wei, L. Abrams, M. Sax, and B. C. Wang, Eur. J. Biochem. 180, 327-328 (1989).
49. Single Crystals of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase. R. Sousa, Y. J. Chung, J. P. Rose, E. Lafer and B. C. Wang, Proteins: Structure, Function and Genetics, 5, 266-270 (1989).
50. Three-Dimensional Structure of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase. Y. J. Chung, R. Sousa, J. P. Rose, E. Lafer & B. C. Wang, in "Gene Regulation and AIDS: Transcription Activation, Retroviruses, and Pathogenesis", Edited by T. S. Papas, Gulf, Houston, pp. 3-7 (1989). 51. Crystallographic Structure of Phage T7 RNA Polymerase at a Resolution of 4.0Å. Y.-J. Chung, R. Sousa, J. P. Rose, E. Lafer and B. C. Wang, In “Structure and Function of Nucleic Acids and Proteins”, Edited by F. Y. H. Wu and C. W. Wu, Raven Press Ltd., New York (1990). 52. Rat class 3 Aldehyde Dehydrogenase: Crystals and Preliminary Analysis. J. Hempel, J. Rose I. Kuo, R. Lindahl and B. C. Wang, Adv. in Exp. Medicine and Biology, 284, 9-11 (1990).
53. Factors Affecting the Data Reproducibility on an Area Detector. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, J. Appl. Cryst. 23,
54. Single Crystals of a Chimeric T7/T3 RNA Polymerase with T3 Promoter Specificity and a Non-Processive T7 RNAP Mutant. R. Sousa, Y. J. Chung, W. T. McAllister, B. C. Wang and E. M. Lafer, J. Biol. Chem. 265,
55. Preliminary Crystallographic Analysis of Class 3 Rat Liver Aldehyde Dehydrogenase. J. P. Rose, J. Hempel, I. Kuo, R. Lindahl and B. C. Wang, Proteins: Structure, Function and Genetics, 8, 305-308 (1990).
56. Preparation of Crystals of T7 RNA Polymerase Suitable for High-Resolution X-ray Structure Analysis. R. Sousa, E. M. Lafer and B. C. Wang, J. Crystal Growth, 110, 237-246 (1990).
57. Preliminary Crystallographic Analysis of Cardiotoxin V with Major Fusion Activity from Taiwan Cobra (Naja naja atra) Venom. C. J. Chen, J. P. Rose, C. D. Hsiao, T. J. Lee, W. G. Wu and B. C. Wang, J. Mol. Biol. 219, 591-592
58. Crystals of Isoenzyme 3-3 of Rat Liver Glutathione S-Transferase With and Without Inhibitor. J. H. Fu, J. P. Rose, Y. J. Chung, M. F. Tam and B. C. Wang, Acta Cryst. B47, 813-814 (1991).
59. Crystal Structure of a Bovine Neurophysin II Dipeptide Complex at 2.8Å Determined from the Use of the Single- Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Signal of an Incorporated Iodine Atom. L. Chen, J. P. Rose, E. Breslow, D. Yang, W. R. Chang, C. S. Yoo, W. F. Furey, Jr., M Sax and B. C. Wang, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 88, 4240-4244
60. Crystallographic Analysis of the Neurophysin-Oxytocin Complex: A Preliminary Report. J. P. Rose, E. Breslow, H. B. Huang and B. C. Wang, J. Mol. Biol. 221, 43-45 (1991).
61. Refined Structure of Cd, Zn Metallothionein at 2.0Å Resolution. A. H. Robbins, D. E. McRee, M. Williamson, S. A. Collett, N. H. Xuong, W. F. Furey, B. C. Wang and C. D. Stout, J. Mol. Biol. 221, 1269-1293 (1991).
62. Crystals of a Bovine Neurophysin II-Tripeptide Complex. E. Benatan, J. P. Rose, E. Breslow and B. C. Wang, J. Mol. Biol. 222, 23-25 (1991).
63. The Nucleosomal Core Histone Octamer at 3.1Å Resolution: a Tripartite Protein Assembly and a Left-Handed Superhelix. G. Arents, R. W. Burlingame, B. C. Wang, W. E. Love and E. N. Moudrianakis, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.
USA
, 88, 10148-10152 (1991).
64. Single Crystals of a Chimeric T7/T3 RNA Polymerase with T3 Promoter Specificity. R. Sousa, Y. J. Chung, B. C. Wang and E. Lafer, J. Crystal Growth, 122, 366-374 (1992).
65. Reactive Sites of an Anticarcinogenic Bowman-Birk Proteinase Inhibitor are Similar to Other Trypsin Inhibitors. P. Chen, J. P. Rose, R. Love, C. H. Wei and B. C. Wang, J. Biol. Chem. 267, 1990-1994 (1992).
66. Structural Studies of the Neurophysin-Hormone System. B. C. Wang and J. P. Rose, Proc. 2nd ROC-Japan Seminar on Crystallography. Taipei, Taiwan, ROC, pp. 139-150 (1993). 67. Crystal Structure of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase at 3.3Å Resolution. R. Sousa, Y. J. Chung, J. P. Rose, and B. C. Wang, Nature, 364, 593-599 (1993).
68. The Octameric Histone Core of Nucleosome: The Structural Issues Resolved. B. C. Wang, J. P. Rose, G. Arents and E. N. Moudrianakis, J. Mol. Biol. 236, 179-188 (1994).
69. New Crystal Forms of a mu-Class Glutathione S-Transferase from Rat-Liver. J. H. Fu, J. P. Rose, Ming F. Tam and B. C. Wang, Acta Cryst., D50, 219-224 (1994).
70. Crystals of Glutamine-Binding Protein in Various Conformational States. C. H. Hsaio, Y. J. Sun, J. P. Rose, P. F. Cottam, C. Ho and B. C. Wang, J. Mol. Biol. 240, 87-91 (1994).
71. A Surface Mutant (G82R) of a Human Alpha Glutathione S-transferase Shows Decreased Thermal Stability and a New Mode of Molecular Association in the Crystal. K. Zeng, J. P. Rose, H.-C. Chen, C. L. Strickland, C.-P. D. Tu and B. C. Wang, Proteins: Structure, Function and Genetics, 20, 259-263 (1994).
72. The Thumb's Knuckle: Flexibility in the Thumb Subdomain of T7 RNA Polymerase is Revealed by the Structure of a Chimeric T7/T3 RNA Polymerase. R. Sousa, J. Rose and B. C. Wang, J. Mol. Biol., 244, 6-12 (1994).
73. Progress toward the tertiary structure of (class 3) aldehyde dehydrogenase. J. Sun, J. Hempel, R. Lindahl, J. Perozich, J. Rose and B. C. Wang, Adv. in Exp. Medicine and Biology, 372, 71-77 (1995).
74. Crystal Structure of the Neurophysin-Oxytocin Complex. J. P. Rose, C. K. Wu, C. H. Hsaio, E. Breslow and B. C. Wang, Nature Structural Biology, 3, 163-169 (1996).
75. The Crystal Structure of Glutamine-Binding Protein from Escherichia coli. C. D. Hsiao, Y. J. Sun, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, J. Mol. Biol. 262, 225-242 (1996).
76. Crystals of Ligand-Free Bovine Neurophysin II. C. K. Wu, J. P. Rose, C. Zheng, E. Breslow and B. C. Wang, Acta Cryst., D52, 946-949 (1996).
77. Preliminary Crystallographic Analysis of Bovine Neurophysin II Complexed with the Hormones Vasopressin and Hydrin I. B. Hu, J. P. Rose, E. Breslow and B. C. Wang, Protein and Peptide Letters, 3, 351-354 (1996).
78. Crystal Structure of a Class 3 Aldehyde Dehydrogenase at 2.6Å Resolution. Z.-J. Liu1, J. Hempel, J. Sun, J. P. Rose, C.-D. Hsiao, W.-R. Chang, Y.-J Chung, I. Kuo, R. Lindahl and B.-C. Wang, Adv. in Exp. Medicine and
Biology
, 414, 1-7 (1997).
79. Conserved Residues in the Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Family: Locations in the Class 3 Tertiary Structure. J. Hempel, Z.-J. Liu, J. Perozich, J. P. Rose, R. Lindahl, B.-C. Wang, Adv. in Exp. Medicine and Biology, 414, 9-13
80. The First Structure of an Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Reveals Novel NAD-Binding Interactions with Rosemann Fold. Z. J. Liu, J. Sun, J. Rose, Y. J. Chung, C. D. Hsiao, W. R. Chang, I. Kuo, J. Perozich, R. Lindahl, J. Hempel and B. C. Wang, Nature Structural Biology, 4, 317-326 (1997).
81. X-stream - Cryocrystallography. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, The Rigaku Journal, 14, 4-11 (1997).
82. Crystallization and Preliminary Crystallographic Data for the Augmenter of Liver Regeneration. J. P. Rose, C.-K. Wu, A. Francavilla, J. G. Prelich, A. Iacobellis, M. Hagiya, A. Rao, T. Starzl and B. C. Wang, Acta Cryst., D53,
83. The Three-Dimensional Structure of Green Fluorescent Protein Resembles a Lantern. C.-K. Wu, Z.-J. Liu, J. P. Rose, S. Inouye, F. Tsuji, R. Y. Tsien, S. J. Remington and, B.-C. Wang. in "Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence: Molecular Reporting with Photons", Edited by J. W. Hastings, L. J. Kricka and P. E. Stanley, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, UK, in press.Hastings, L. J. Kricka and P. E. Stanley, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, UK, pp:399- 84. X-stream - Cryocrystallography. J.P. Rose and B.C. Wang, The Rigaku Journal, 14, 4-11 (1997).
85. Crystallization and Preliminary Crystallographic Data for the Augmenter of Liver Regeneration. J.P. Rose, C.-K.
Wu, A. Francavilla, J.G. Prelich, A. Iacobellis, M. Hagiya, A. Rao, T. Starzl and B.C. Wang, Acta Cryst., D53, 331-
86. The Structure of Glutamine-binding Protein Complexed with Glutamine at 1.94Å Resolution: Comparisons with other Amino Acid Binding Proteins, Y. J. Sun, J. Rose, B.C. Wang and C.D. Hsiao, J. Mol. Biol., 278, 219-229
87. Structural Modeling of the Pro-Oxytocin-Neurophysin Precursor, B. Velikson, P. Cohen, M. Rholam, J.P. Rose, B.C. Wang, J.C. Smith, Protein Eng. 11, 909-916 (1998).
88. Relationships within the Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Extended family. J. Perozich, H. Nicholas, B.C. Wang, R. Lindahl, J. Hempel. Protein Sci., 8, 137-146 (1999).
89. Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Catalytic Mechanism, J. Hempel, J. Perozich, T. Chapman, J.P. Rose, J.S. Boesch, Z.-J. Liu, R. Lindahl, B.C. Wang, Adv. in Exp. Medicine and Biology, 463, 53-59 (1999).
90. Low Salt Crystallization of T7 RNA Polymerase: A First Step Towards the Transcription Bubble Complex, C.-J. Chen, Z.J. Liu, T. Huang, J.P. Rose and B.C Wang, Acta Cryst., D55, 1188-1192 (1999).
91. Purification, Crystallization and Preliminary X-ray Analysis of Drosophila melanogaster Ferrochelatase K.-F Wang, C.-K Wu, V.M. Sellers, J.P. Rose, B.C. Wang and H.A.Dailey. Acta Cryst., D55, 1201-1203 (1999).
92. Improved Crystals of a Bovine Neurophysin II - Vasopressin Complex, B. Hu, J.P. Rose, M.G. Newton, E. Breslow and B.C. Wang, Prot. Pep. Letts. Vol. 6, 2, 111-114 (1999).
93. Structural basis of Neurophysin Hormone Specificity: Geometry, Polarity, and Polarizability in Aromatic Ring Interactions. E. Breslow, V. Mombouyran, R. Deeb, C. Zheng, J.P. Rose, B.C. Wang and R.H. Haschemeyer.
Protein Sci. 8:820-831 (1999).
94. PCAM: a multi-user facility-based protein crystallization apparatus for microgravity, D.C. Carter, B. Wright, T. Miller, J. Chapman, P. Twigg, K. Keeling, K. Moody, M. White, J. Click, J. R. Ruble, J. X. Ho, L. Adock-Downey, T. Dowling, C.-H. Chang, A. Ala, J. Rose, B.C. Wang, J.-P. Declereq, C. Evrard, J. Rosenberg, J.-P. Wery, D. Clawson, M. Wardell, W. Stallings and A. Stevens, J. Crystal Growth, 196, 610-622, (1999).
95. GETENTRY: A Simple Unix Script for accessing the Protein Data Banks anonymous FTP server, J.P. Rose, M. Liebson, B.C. Wang and E. E. Abola, J. Appl. Cryst. 32, 1190-1190 (1999).
96. Human Ferrochelatase: Crystallization, Characterization of the [2Fe-2S] Cluster and Determination that the Enzyme is a Homodimer, A. E. Burden, C.–K. Wu, T.A. Dailey, J. L. H. Busch, I.K. Dhawan, J.P. Rose, B.C. Wang and H.A. Dailey, Biochem. et Biophys. Acta 1435, 191-197 (1999).
97. Preliminary Study of the Crystals of the Calcium-Regulated Photoprotein Obelin, E.S. Vysotski, Z.-J. Liu, J.P. Rose, B.C. Wang, J. Lee, Acta Cryst. D. 55, 1965-66 (1999).
98. Expression, Purification, Crystallization and Preliminary X-ray Analysis of the Augmenter of Liver Regeneration, C.K. Wu, T. Dailey, H. Dailey, A. Francavilla, T. E. Starzl, B.C. Wang and J.P. Rose, J. Prot. Pep. Lett. 7, 25-32 99. Crystallization and Preliminary X-ray Diffraction Analysis of the Mitochondrial Transcription Factor MTF1p from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, F.D. Schubot, C.-J. Chen, J.P. Rose and B.C. Wang, Acta Cryst. D56, 902-903 (2000).
100. Crystallization and Preliminary X-ray Analysis of the Clostridium thermocellum Cellulosome Xylanase Z Feruloyl Esterase Domain, D. Blum, F. Schubot, L.G. Ljungdahl, J.P. Rose and B.C. Wang, Acta Cryst. D56, 1027-1029
101. Cell science and protein crystal growth research for the International Space Station. Sigler, P.B., G. S. Stein, et al., J Cell Biochem 79(4), 662-671 (2000).
102. Structure of the Ca2+-Regulated Photoprotein Obelin at 1.7 Å Resolution Determined Directly from its Sulfur Substructure, Z.-J. Liu, E. S. Vysotski, C.-J. Chen, J. P. Rose, J. Lee, and B. C. Wang, Protein Science, 9, 2085-
103. The 2.0Å Structure of Human Ferrochelatase, the Terminal Enzyme of Heme Biosynthesis C.-K. Wu, H.A. Dailey, John Rose, A.E. Burden, Vera M. Sellers, and B.C. Wang, Nature Structural Biology, February (2001). 104. Aldehyde dehydrogenase Maintaining critical active site geometry at motif 8 in the class 3 enzyme. J. Hempel, I. Kuo, J. Perozich, B.C. Wang, R. Lindahl, H. Nicholas. European Journal of Biochemistry. 268, 722-726 (2001).
105. Crystal Structure of the Calcium-Regulated Photoprotein Obelin solved at 1.1Å. Liu, Z.-J., Vysotski, E.S., Rose, J., Lee, J., and Wang, BC. Proceedings of the 11th international symposium on bioluminescence and chemiluminescence, (2001). 106. Crystal Structure of the Calcium-Regulated Photoprotein Obelin Solved at 1.1Å Resolution: Implications for the Mechanism of Bioluminescence. E. S. Vysotski, Z.-J. Liu, L. Deng, J. Rose, B.C. Wang, and J. Lee. Proceedings of the 11th international symposium on bioluminescence and chemiluminescence, (2001). 107. The Crystal Structure of the Transcription Factor sc-mtTFB Offers Insights into Mitochondrial Transcription, F.D. Schubot, C.-J. Chen, J.P. Rose, T.A. Dailey, H.A. Dailey, and B.C. Wang, Protein Science, 10, 1869-1880 (2001).
108. Structures of an unliganded neurophysin and its vasopressin complex: Implications for binding and allosteric mechanisms. C.K. Wu, B. Hu, J.P. Rose, Z.J. Liu, T.L. Nguyen, C. Zheng, E, Breslow and B.C. Wang, Protein
Sciences
, 10: 1869-1880 (2001) .
109. Structural Basis For the Substrate Specificity of the Feruloyl Esterase Domain of the Cellulosomal Xylanase Z of Clostridium thermocellum, F.D. Schubot‡, I. A. Kataeva, D.L. Blum, A.K. Shah, L G. Ljungdahl, J.P. Rose, and B.C. Wang, Biochemistry, 40:42, 12524-12532 (2001).
110. Crystal Structure of Phascolopsis gouldii Wild Type and L98Y Methemerythrins: Structure and Functional Alterations of the O2 Binding Pocket. C.S. Farmer, D.M. Kurtz, Z.J. Liu, B.C. Wang, J.P. Rose, J.Y. Ai, J. Sanders- Loehr. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 6:418-429 (2001). 111. Towards the crystal structure of glycerol dehydrogenase from Thermotoga maritima. V. Srinivasan, K. Ma, M.W.W. Adams, M.G. Newton, J.P. Newton, and B.C. Wang. Acta Cryst. D58, 867-869 (2002).
112. X-ray crystal structures of reduced rubrerythrin and its azide adduct: a structure-based mechanism for a non-heme diiron peroxidase, Jin S, Kurtz D.M. Jr, Liu Z.J., Rose J., Wang B.C., J Am Chem Soc. 124, 9845-55 (2002).
113. Crystal structure of the cytoskeleton-associated protein glycine-rich (CAP-Gly) domain, Li S, Finley J, Liu Z.J, Qiu S.H, Chen H, Luan C.H, Carson M, Tsao J, Johnson D, Lin G, Zhao J, Thomas W, Nagy L.A., Sha B, DeLucas L.J, Wang B.C., Luo M., J Biol Chem. 277, 48596-601 (2002).
114. Obelin from the bioluminescent marine hydroid Obelia geniculata: cloning, expression, and comparison of some properties with those of other Ca2+-regulated photoproteins, Markova SV, Vysotski ES, Blinks JR, Burakova LP, Wang BC, Lee J., Biochemistry. 19, 2227-36 (2002).
115. The Crystal Structure of Augmenter of Liver Regeneration: a Mammalian FAD Dependent Sulfhydryl Oxidase, Wu, C.-K., Dailey, T.A., Dailey, H.A., Wang, B.C., and Rose, J.P., Protein Science, May; 12(5): 1109-1118 (2003). 116. The Southeast Collaboratory for Structural Genomics: A High-Throughput Gene to Structure Factory, Adams, M.W.W, Dailey, H.A., DeLucas, L.J., Luo, M., Prestegard, J.H., Rose, J.P., and Wang, B.C., Acc. Chem. Res. 36, 117. Crystallization and preliminary x-ray diffraction analysis of lectin-1 Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Khanita Karaveg, Zhi-Jie Liu, Wolfram Tempel, Ronald J. Doyle, John P. Rose and Bi-Cheng Wang. Acta Cryst. D July; 59(Pt7):
118. Violet Bioluminescence and fast Kinetics from W92F Obelin: Structure-Based Proposals for the Bioluminescence Triggering and the Identification of Emitting Species, Eugen S. Vysotski, Zhi-Jie Liu, Svetlana V. Markova, John R. Blinks, Lu Deng, Ludmia A. Frank, Michelle, Herko, Natalia P. Malikova, John P. Rose, Bi-Cheng Wang and John Lee, Biochemistry, May 27 42(20) 6013-24 (2003).
119. Atomic resolution structure of obelin: soaking with calcium enhances electron density of the second oxygen atom substituted at the C2-position of coelenterazine. Liu ZJ, Vysotski ES, Deng L, Lee, J, Rose JP, Wang, BC., Biochem
Biophys Res Commun
. Nov. 14; 311(2): 433-9 (2003).
120. Structural Basis for the Exocellulase Activity of the Cellobiohydrolase CbhA from C. thermocellum, Florian D. Schubot, Irina A. Kataeva, Jessie Chang, Ashit Shah, Lars G. Ljungdahl, John P. Rose and Bi-Cheng Wang,
Biochemistry, 43, 1163-1170 (2004).
121. Monitoring the Anomalous Scattering Signal and Noise Levels in X-ray Diffraction of Crystals, Zheng-Qing Fu, John P. Rose, and Bi-Cheng Wang, Acta Cryst. D60, 499-506 (2004).
122. Preparation and X-ray Crystallographic Analysis of the Ca2+-discharged Photoprotein Obelin, Lu Deng, Svetlana V. Markova, Eugene S. Vysotski, Zhi-Jie Liu, John Lee, John P. Rose and Bi-Cheng Wang, Acta Cryst. D. D60, 512-
123. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of GlcNaca1, 4Gαl-releasing endo-β-galactosidase from Clostridium perfringens, Lu Deng, Zhi-Jie Liu, Hisashi Ashida, Su-Chen Li, Yu-The Li, Peter Horanyi, Wolfram Tempel, John P. Rose and Bi-Cheng Wang, Acta Cryst D. D60, 537-538 (2004). 124. Structure determination of fibrillarin from the hyperthermophilic archaeon Pyrococcus furiosus. Lu Deng, Natalia G. Starostina, Zhi-Jie Liu, John Rose, Rebecca Terns, Michael Terns and Bi-Cheng Wang, Biochem and Biophy
Res. Commu
, 315, 726-732 (2004).
125. Displacement of Iron by Zinc at the Diiron Site of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Rubrerythrin. X-ray Crystal Structure and Anomalous Scattering Analysis. Shi Jin, Donald M. Kurtz Jr., Zhi-Jie Liu, John Rose, and Bi-Cheng Wang, J.
Inorg. Biochem
, 98: 786-796 (2004).
126. Crystal structure of a Ca2+ - discharged photoprotein: Implications for the mechanisms of the calcium trigger and the bioluminescence. Deng L, Markova SV, Vysotski ES, Liu ZJ, Lee J, Rose J, Wang BC. J. Biol. Chem. 33647- 127. The Hyperthermophile Protein Sso10a is a Dimer of Winged Helix DNA-binding Domains Linked by an Antiparallel Coiled Coil Rod. Liqing Chen, Li-Rong Chen, Xiaoyin E. Zhou, Yujun Wang, Mebrahtu Kahsi, Andrew T. Clark, Stephen P. Edmondson, Zhi-Jie Liu, John P. Rose, Bi-Cheng Wang, Edward J. Meehan, and John W. Shriver. J. Mol. Biol. 341, 73-91 (2004).
128. X-ray Crystal Structure of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Rubreythrin with Zinc Substituted into the [Fe(SCys)4] Site and Alternative Diiron Site Structures Shi Jin, Donald M. Kurtz, Jr., Zhi-Jie Liu, John P. Rose, and Bi-Cheng Wang, Biochemistry, 43, 3204-3213 (2004). 129. Structure of mouse Golgi alpha-mannosidase IA reveals the molecular basis for substrate specificity among class 1 (family 4’ glycosyl hydrolase) alpha 1,2-mannosidases. Tempel W, Karaveg K, Liu ZJ, Rose J, Wang BC, Moremen KW. J. Biol. Chem, 279, 29774 (2004).
130. Structural genomics of Pyrococcus furiosus: X-ray crystallography reveals 3D domain swapping in rubrerythrin. W. Tempel, Z.-J Liu F.D. Schubot, M.V. Weinberg, F.E. Jenney, Jr., M.W.W. Adams, J.P. Rose and B.C. Wang,
Proteins, 57, 878-882 (2004).
131. Practical aspects of SAS phasing using chromium X-rays. Rose, J.P., Liu, Z.-J., Tempel, W., Chen, L.R., Lee, D., Newton, M.G. and Wang, B.C. Rigaku J. 21 1-9 (2004).
132. Interactions between immunoglobulin-like and catalytic modules in Clostridium thermocellum cellulosomal cellobiohydrolase CbhA. I.A. Kataeva, V.N. Uversky, J.M. Brewer, F.Schubot, J.P.Rose, B.C.Wang and Lars G.Ljungdahl. Protein Engineering, Design & Selection,11, 759-769(2004). 133. Life in the fast lane for protein crystallization and X-ray crystallography. Pusey, M.L., Z.J. Liu, W. Tempel, J. Praissman, D. Lin, B.C. Wang, J.A. Gavira, and J.D. Ng. in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, T.L. Blundell,
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134. Three-dimensional Structure of GlcNAcα1-4Gal Releasing Endo-β-Galactosidase From Clostridium perfringens. W. Tempel, Z.-J. Liu, P.S.Horanyi, L. Deng, D. Lee, M.G. Newton, J.P. Rose, H. Ashida, S.-C. Li, Y.-T. Li and B.C. Wang. Proteins: Structure, Function and Genetics, 59, 141-141 (2005).
135. Crystal Structure of Calcium-Loaded Apo-Obelin from Obelia Longissima, Lu Deng, Eugene S. Vysotski, Svetlana V. Markova, Zhi-Jie Liu, John Lee, John Rose, Bi-Cheng Wang, "Protein Sci. 14 (4), 663-675 (2005).
136. On increasing protein crystallization throughput for X-ray Diffraction studies. Shah, A. K., Liu, Z.-J., Shaw Stewart, P., Schubot, F., Rose, J., Newton, M.G. and Wang, B.C. Acta Cryst. Section D61. 123-120 (2005). 137. Parameter Space Screening – A powerful Tool for High-throughput Crystal Structure Determination. Liu, Z.-J., Lin, D., Tempel, W., Praissman, J.L., Rose, J.P., Wang, B.C. Acta Cryst. D61, 520-527 (2005). 138. SGXPro: a parallel workflow engine enabling optimization of program performance and automation of structure determination, Zheng-Qing Fu, John Rose, Bi-Cheng Wang, Acta Cryst. D61, 951-959 (2005).
139. A test of enhancing model accuracy in high-throughput crystallography. W.B. Arendall, W. Tempel, J.S. Richardson, W. Zhou, S. Wang, I.W. Davis, Z.-J. Liu, J.P. Rose, W.M. Carson, M. Luo, D.C. Richardson and B.C. Wang. Journal of Structural and Functional Genomics, 6:1-11 (2005). 140. Mechanism of class 1 (glycosylhydrolase family 47) – mannosidases involved in N-glycan processing and endoplasmic reticulum quality control. K. Karaveg, A. Siriwardena, W. Tempel, Z.-J. Liu, J. Glushka, B.-C. Wang, and K.W. Moremen. JBC 280:16, 16197-16207 (2005). 141. Away from the edge II: In-house Se-SAD phasing with chromium radiation. H. Xu, C. Yang, L. Chen, I.A. Kataeva, W. Tempel, D. Lee, J.E. Habel, D. Nguyen, J.W. Pflugrath, J.D. Ferrara, W.B. III Arendall, J.S. Richardson, D.C. Richardson, Z.J. Liu, M.G. Newton, J.P. Rose and B.C. Wang (2005). Acta Cryst. D61, 960-966 (2005). 142. Isolation, crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of a methanol-induced corrinoid protein from Moorella thermoacetica. WH Zhou, A. Das, Z.J. Liu, J. Chang, L.R. Chen, D. Lee, D. Nguyen, S.H. Chang, W. Tempel, J.P. Rose, L.G. Lujungdahl and B.C. Wang. Acta Cryst. F61, 537-540 (2005). 143. The High Throughput Protein to Structure Pipeline at SECSG. Liu, Z. J., Tempel, W., Ng, J. D., Lin, D., Shah, A. K., Chen, L., Horanyi, P. S., Habel, J., Kataeva, I., Xu, H., Yang, H., Chang, J. C., Huang, L., Chang, S., Zhou, W., Lee, D., Praissman, J., Zhang, H., Newton, M. G., Rose, J. P., Richardson, J. S., Richardson, D. C. & Wang, B.-C. Acta Cryst. D61, 679-84 (2005). 144. Salvaging Pyrococcus furiosus protein targets at SECSG. Liu, Z. J., Shah, A. K., Habel, J., Ng, J. D., Kataeva, I., Xu, H., Horanyi, P., Yang, H., Chang, J., Huang, L., Chang, S., Tempel, W., Chen, L., Zhou, W., Lee, D., Lin, D., Zhang, H., Newton, G., Rose, J. & Wang, B.-C. J Struct Funct Genomics. 31: 1-7 (2005). 145. Structure of the conserved transcriptional repressor enhancer of rudimentary homolog. Wan, C., Tempel, W., Liu, Z. J., Wang, B. C. & Rose, R. B. Biochemistry. 44(13): 5017-23 (2005). 146. A Non-natural dinucleotide containing an isomeric L-related deoxynucleoside: dinucleotide inhibitors of anti -HIV integrase activity. Newton, M.G. Campana, C.F., Chi, G., Lee, D., Liu, Z.-J., Nair, V., Phillips, J., Rose, J.P. and Wang, B.C. Acta Cryst. C61, 518-520 (2005). 147. Protein production and crystallization at SECSG – An overview. B.C. Wang, M. Adams, H. Dailey, L. DeLucas, M. Luo, and J.P. Rose, R. Bunzel, T. Dailey, J. Habel, P. Horanyi, F. Jenney, I. Kataeva, H.-S. Lee, S. Li, T. Li, D. Lin, Z.-J. Liu, C.-H Luan, M. Mayer, L. Nagy, M.G. Newton, J. Ng, F. Poole, A. Shah, C. Shah, F.F. Sugar and H. Xu. Journal of Structural and Functional Genomics, 6:233-243 (2005). 148. Improving solubility of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 and Clostridium thermocellum JW-20 Proteins Expressed into Esherichia coli. Irina Kataeva, J. Chang, H. Xu, C.-H Luan, J. Zhou, V. Uversky, D. Lin, P. Horanyi, Z-J. Liu, L. Ljungdahl, J. Rose, M. Luo and B.C. Wang. J. Proteome Research, 4(6) 1942-51 (2005). 149. Crystal structure of tyrosyi-tRNA synthetases. M. Kuratani, H. Sakai, M. Takahasshi, T. Yanagisawa, T. Kobayashi, K. Murayama, L. Chen, Z-J. Liu, B.C. Wang, C. Kuroishi, S. Kuramitsu, T. Terada, Y. Bessho, M. Shirouzu, S-i. Sekine and S. Yokoyama. J. Mol. Biology, 355, 395-408 (2006). 150. Reconstruction of ancient genome and gene order from complete microbial genome sequences. Wang, Y., Li, W., Zhang, T., Ding, C., Lu, Z., Long, N., Rose, J.P., Wang, B.C. and Lin, D. (2005). J. Theroetical Biology, in press. Abstracts of Additional Presentations (mostly posters): 1. The Crystal Structure of Pentaaminecobalt(II)-u-Cyano-Pentacyano-Cobalt(III) Monohydrate. B. C. Wang, W. P. Schaefer and R. M. Marsh, Abstr. L4, American Crystallographic Association Winter Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2. The Crystal Structures of Bis(5, 5'-diethylbarbiturato) bis(imidazole) Complexes of Cobalt(II) and Zinc (II). B. C. Wang and B. M. Craven, Abstr. J7, American Crystallographic Association Winter Meeting, Columbia, SC, 3. The Crystal Structures of the Green and the Orange Forms of Bis(5, 5'-diethylbarbiturato) bis(imidazole) Complexes of Nickel (II). B. C. Wang and B. M. Craven, Abstr. H2, American Crystallographic Association Winter Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, April 1972. 4. Structure of a Dimeric Fragment Related to a l Type Bence Jones Protein. B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, Abstr. O7, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, University Park, PA, August 1974. 5. Phase Extension and Refinement of Bence Jones Protein Rhe. W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, 36th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 1978. 6. Refinement and Structure of Bence Jones Protein (1.6Å). W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, Abstr. N3, American Crystallographic Association Winter Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 1979. 7. On Relative Displacement Methods for Comparing Protein Structures. B. C. Wang, W. Furey Jr., C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, Abstr. PA22, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, Boston, MA, August 1979. 8. Solvent Structure in a Bence Jones Protein at 1.6Å Resolution. W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, American Chemical Society Meeting, Washington D.C., September 1979. 9. Rotation Function Studies of Bovine Neurophysin II - Dipeptide Complex at 5.0Å Resolution. W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, 37th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Purdue University, November 1979. 10. Hydrogen Bonding and Water Structure in Bence Jones Protein Rhe at 1.6Å Resolution. W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang, C. S. Yoo and M. Sax, 37th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Purdue University, November 1979. 11. Array Processors and Crystallography. W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. G1, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, Calgary, Canada, August 1980. 12. Crystallographic Study on Staphylococcal Exfoliative Toxin. C. S. Yoo, D. S. C. Yang, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. 01.1-02, XII International Congress of Crystallography, Ottawa, Canada, August 1981. 13. Protein Structure Determination by the Single Isomorphous Replacement Method with a Phase Selection and Refinement Process. B. C. Wang, Abstr. 01.2-01, XII International Congress of Crystallography, Ottawa, Canada, 14. Crystallographic Studies of Neurophysin-Dipeptide Complexes. J. P. Rose, C. S. Yoo, W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. 02.1-49, XII International Congress of Crystallography, Ottawa, Canada, August 1981. 15. The Crystal Structure of (s) and (r) Baclofen and Carbamazepine. C. H. Chang, D. S. C. Yang, C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. 03.3-06, Abstr. XII International Congress of Crystallography, Ottawa, Canada, August 16. The Crystal Structure of Thiamine Dinitrate. D. S. C. Yang, C. S. Yoo, W. Furey, Jr., B. C. Wang, J. Pletcher and M. Sax, Abstr. 03.4-5, XII International Congress of Crystallography, Ottawa, Canada, August 1981. 17. Conformational Energy Analysis of Bence Jones Protein Rhe. A. Chatterjee, B. C. Wang, W. Furey Jr., C. S. Yoo and M. Sax," Abstr. 17.6-01, XII International Congress of Crystallography, Ottawa, Canada, August 1981. 18. Crystallographic Computing on an Attached Array Processor. W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. 18.X- 02, XII International Congress of Crystallography, Ottawa, Canada, August 1981. 19. Phasing Macromolecular Structure by an Iterative Single Isomorphous Replacement Method. B. C. Wang, Abstr. F5, American Crystallographic Association Winter Meeting, Gaithersburg, MD, March 1982. 20. New Crystal Forms of Bovine Neurophysin II-Dipeptide Complexes. J. Rose, C. S. Yoo, W. Furey Jr., B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. PD3, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 1982. 21. Single Crystals of the Iron-Sulfur Enzyme Aconitase. A. H. Robbins, C. D. Stout, D. Piszkiewicz, O. Gawron, C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. PD6, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, San Diego, 22. Crystallographic Study on Staphylococcal Exfoliative Toxin. D. S. C. Yang, C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, PD12, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 1982. 23. Phasing Macromolecular Structures by an Iterative Anomalous Scattering Method and a Fully Automated Procedure for Accurately Defining the Protein-Solvent Boundary. B. C. Wang, Abstr. PE8, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 1982. 24. Crystal Structure (4.5Å) of Bence Jones Protein Pav. C. S. Yoo, D. Yang, W. Furey Jr., C. H. Chang, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. PD18, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 1982. 25. The Structure of Calmodulin at 3.0Å Resolution. J. S. Sack, W. J. Cook, C. E. Bugg and B. C. Wang, Abstr. K2, American Crystallographic Association Winter Meeting, Columbia, MO, March 1983. 26. The Crystal Structure of a l Bence-Jones Protein Dimer Loc. C. H. Chang, M. T. Short, M. Schiffer, B. C. Wang and W. Furey Jr., Abstr. PD13, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, Snowmass, CO, August 27. Integrated Program Package for Phasing SIR or Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. B. C. Wang, Abstr. B3, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, Snowmass, CO, August 1983. 28. Direct Determination of SAS Phase Information. D. S. C. Yang, Z. B. Xu, W. Furey Jr. and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PC1, American Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting, Lexington, KY, May 1984. 29. Direct Determination of SIR Phase Information by an Extension of Karle's Rule. Z. B. Xu, D. S. C. Yang, W. Furey Jr., M. Sax, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PC2, American Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting, 30. Direct Determination of SAS Phase Information. D. S. C. Yang, Z. B. Xu, W. Furey Jr. and B. C. Wang, Abstr. 01.2-4, XIII International Congress of Crystallography, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany, August 1984. 31. Direct Determination of SIR Phase Information by an Extension of Karle's Rule. Z. B. Xu, D. S. C. Yang, W. Furey Jr., M. Sax, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. 01.2-6, XIII International Congress of Crystallography, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany, August 1984. 32. A Method for Resolving Phase Ambiguity in SIR or Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data. B. C. Wang, Abstr. 01.2-7, XIII International Congress of Crystallography, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany, August 33. Crystal Structure of Bence Jones Protein Pav. J. P. Rose, D. Yang, Z. B. Xu, W. Furey Jr., C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. 01.4-3, XIII International Congress of Crystallography, Hamburg, Federal Republic of 34. On the Conservation of Protein-Solvent Interactions in Immunoglobulin Variable Domains. S. Swaminathan, W. Furey Jr., C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. 02.12-2, XIII International Congress of Crystallography, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany, August 1984. 35. Crystal Structure of Bence Jones Protein Pav at 2.8Å. J. P. Rose, S. Swaminathan, D. Yang, W. Furey, C. S. Yoo, B. C. Wang and M. Sax, Abstr. PB15, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, Stanford, CA, 36. On the Case of Protein Structure Determination in Space Group P1 Using One Isomorphous Derivative Which Contains Only One Substituted Heavy Atom. B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB22, American Crystallographic Association Summer Meeting, Stanford, CA, August 1985. 37. Structure Determination of Cd, Zn Metallothionein Using Anomalous Scattering Data from Native Crystals. B. C. Wang, W. Furey, A. H. Robbins, L. L. Clancy and C. D. Stout, 43rd Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, 38. Recent Experiences With the Use of SIR and/or Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data in the Macromolecular Phasing Process. B. C. Wang, Abstr. L1, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada, June 1986. 39. A New Crystal Form of Ricin-OR. W. R. Chang, L. Chen, C. H. Wei, L. Abrams, M. Sax and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P5, 44th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 1986. 40. Preliminary Crystal Data of a Glutamine Binding Protein. P. Chen, Y. J. Chung, B. C. Wang, Q. Shen, P. F. Cottam and C. Ho, Abstr. P6, 44th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 1986. 41. The New X-ray Diffraction Facility for Macromolecular Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P10, 44th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 1986. 42. Crystal Structure of Soybean Trypsin Inhibitor, E-II, a Member of the Bowman-Birk Inhibitor Family. P. Chen, J. P. Rose, C. H. Wei and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P10, 45th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Charlottesville, 43. Factors Affecting the Data Reproducibility on an Area Detector. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P13, 45th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Charlottesville, VA, November 1987. 44. Progress in the Determination of the Structure of the Octameric Histone Core of the Nucleosome. B. C. Braden, G. Arents, W. E. Love, E. N. Moudrianakis and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PD5, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 1988. 45. Crystals of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase. R. Sousa, E. M. Lafer, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PD17, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 1988. 46. Crystal Structure of a Bowman-Birk Type Inhibitor, PI-II at 2.5Å Resolution. P. Chen, J. P. Rose, R. Love, C. H. Wei and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PJ16, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 47. Crystallographic Analysis of T7 RNA Polymerase. Y. J. Chung, R. Sousa, J. P. Rose, E. Lafer and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P1, 46th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 1988. 48. The Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase at 4Å Resolution. Y. J. Chung, R. Sousa, J. P. Rose, E. Lafer and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB27, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, July 1989. 49. Crystal Structure of a Bowman-Birk Type Proteinase Inhibitor, PI-II Refined at 2.5Å Resolution. P. Chen, J. P. Rose, R. Love, C. H. Wei and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB28, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, 50. The Refined Crystal Structure of Ricin-OR at 3.0Å Resolution. L. Chen, W. R. Chang, J. P. Rose, C. H. Wei and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB29, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, July 1989. 51. The Use of Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data in the Structure Determination of a Neurophysin- Dipeptide Complex From an Incorporated Iodine Atom. L. Chen, J. P. Rose, E. Breslow and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P7, 47th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 1989. 52. Preliminary Crystallographic Studies on an Aldehyde Dehydrogenase. J. P. Rose, I. Kuo, R. Lindahl, J. Hempel and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P8, 47th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 1989. 53. Three-dimensional Structure of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase at 4Å Resolution. Y. J. Chung, R. Sousa, J. P. Rose, E. Lafer and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P9, 47th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 54. The Use of Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data in the Structure Determination of a Neurophysin- Dipeptide Complex From an Incorporated Iodine Atom. B. C. Wang, L. Chen, E. Breslow and J. P. Rose, Abstr. C06, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 1990. 55. Preliminary Crystallographic Studies on an Aldehyde Dehydrogenase. J. Hempel, J. P. Rose, I. Kuo, R. Lindahl and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA27, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 56. Collecting Useful Single-Wavelength Anomalous Scattering Data on a Siemens X100 Area Detector. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB32, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 57. Three-Dimensional Structure of Bovine Neurophysin II-Dipeptide Complex at 2.8Å Resolution. L. Chen, J. P. Rose, E. Breslow, C. S. Yoo, M. Sax and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PG08, American Crystallographic Association Annual 58. Resolution of Phase Ambiguity in Macromolecular Crystallography by a Noise Filtering Process. B. C. Wang, Abstracts (p. 12) of Converging Approaches in Computational Biology, Albany Conference, Albany, NY, 59. Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase at 4Å. R. Sousa, Y. J. Chung, J. P. Rose, E. Lafer and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA18, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Toledo, OH, July 1991. 60. Single Crystals of a Chimeric T7/T3 RNA Polymerase With T3 Promoter Specificity. E. M. Lafer, Y. J. Chung, B. C. Wang and R. Sousa, Abstr. PA19, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Toledo, OH, July 61. Crystals of Glutathione S-Transferase. J. H. Fu, K. Zeng, J. P. Rose, M. F. Tam, C. P. D. Tu and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA27, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Toledo, OH, July 1991. 62. Preliminary Crystallographic Analysis of Cardiotoxin V with Major Fusion Activity From Taiwan Cobra (Naja naja atra) Venom. C. J. Chen, J. P. Rose, C. D. Hsiao, T. J. Lee, W. G. Wu and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA46, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Toledo, OH, July 1991. 63. Molecular Replacement Analysis of the Neurophysin-Oxytocin Complex. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PG33, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Toledo, OH, July 1991. 64. Crystals of a Bovine Neurophysin II-Tripeptide Complex. E. Benatan, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PG34, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Toledo, OH, July 1991. 65. Molecular Replacement Analysis of a Cardiotoxin V with Major Fusion Activity From Taiwan Cobra (Naja naja atra) Venom. J. P. Rose, C. D. Hsiao, Y. J. Sun, W. G. Wu and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P-40, 49th Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Columbus, OH, November 1991. 66. Preliminary Structure of the Neurophysin-Oxytocin Complex. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P-41, 49th Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Columbus, OH, November 1991. 67. Structure of T7 RNA Polymerase. B. C. Wang, R. Sousa, Y. J. Chung, J. P. Rose and E. Lafer, Abstr. R004, Keystone Symposium on Fundamental Mechanism of Transcription, Copper Mt., CO, April 1992. 68. Comparison of the Alpha-Carbon Trace of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase and the Klenow Fragment of DNA Polymerase I Reveals a 'Polymerase Fold'. R. Sousa, J. P. Rose, Y. J. Chung, and B. C. Wang, Abstr. BB03, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, 69. The Octameric Histone Core of Nucleosome: Problems Encountered in the Structure Determination. B. C. Wang, J. P. Rose, G. Arents and E. N. Moudrianakis, Abstr. EE02, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1992. 70. Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Hormone Carrier Protein Neurophysin With and Without Ligand. P. Arjunan, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA39, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1992. 71. X-ray Diffraction Analysis of Isoenzyme 3-3 Rat Liver Glutathione S-Transferase: New Crystal Forms. J. H. Fu, J. P. Rose, M. F. Tam, and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA57, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1992. 72. Crystallographic Analysis of Human Chimeric a Class Glutathione S-Transferase. K. Zeng, J. P. Rose, C. P. D. Tu and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA58, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1992. 73. Crystallographic Analysis of a Glutamine Binding Protein. C. D. Hsiao, Y. J. Sun, J. P. Rose, C. Ho and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA63, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1992. 74. Crystallographic Analysis of a Class 3 Aldehyde Dehydrogenase. Y. J. Sun, C. D. Hsiao, J. P. Rose, I. Kou, J. Hempel and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PA79, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1992. 75. The Structure of the Neurophysin-Oxytocin Complex at 2.8Å Resolution. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB59, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, 76. The Nucleosomal Core Histone Octamer at 3.1Å Resolution: A Tripartite Protein Assembly and a Left-Handed Superhelix. E. N. Moudrianakis, G. Arents, R. W. Burlingame, W. E. Love and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB74, American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting and 50th Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, 77. Crystal Structure of a Glutamine-Binding Protein at 2.5Å Resolution. C.D. Hsiao, Y. J. Sun, J. P. Rose, P. F. Cottam, C. Ho, and B.C. Wang, Abstr. A27, The Fifth International Symposium and Workshop of the Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America, Baltimore, MD, June 1993. 78. The Refined Crystal Structure of a Neurophysin-Oxytocin Complex at 2.8Å Resolution. J. P. Rose, C. D. Hsiao and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PS-03.11.12, XVI Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Beijing, China, August 1993. 79. The Refined Crystal Structure of a Neurophysin-Dipeptide Complex at 2.5Å Resolution. C. K. Wu, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PS-03.11.13, XVI Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Beijing, China, August 1993. 80. The Intimate Interactions of the Love Hormone: The Crystal Structure of a Neurophysin-Oxytocin Complex. J. P. Rose, C. D. Hsiao and B. C. Wang, Abstr. P-17, 51st Annual Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Valley Forge, PA, 81. The Thumb's Knuckle: Flexibility in the Thumb Subdomain of T7 RNA Polymerase is Revealed by the Structure of a Chimeric T7/T3 RNA Polymerase. R. Sousa, J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PB05, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, Atlanta, GA, June 25-July 1, 1994. 82. Crystals of Glutamine-Binding Protein in Various Conformational States. C-D. Hsiao, Y-J. Sun, J. P. Rose, P. F. Cottam, C. Ho and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PK04, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, 83. Structure of a Chimeric Human Alpha Glutathione S-transferase, GST121, and its Temperature Sensitive G82R mutant. K. Zeng. J. P. Rose, C. Strickland, H.-C. Chen, C.-P. D. Tu and B. C. Wang, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, Atlanta, GA June 25-July 1, 1994. 84. Preliminary Structure of A Neurophysin Hydrin I Complex. B. Hu, J. Fu, J. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. W058, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, Montreal, Canada, July 23-28, 1995. 85. The Crystal Structure of Ligand-Free Neurophysin. C. K. Wu, J. Rose, E. Breslow and B. C. Wang, W059, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, Montreal, Canada, July 23-28, 1995. 86. Crystal Structure of Human Liver Mu Class Glutathione S-Transferase 1A-1A. P. L. Ong, K. Zeng, J. Rose, C. P. D. Tu and B. C. Wang, W091, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, Montreal, Canada, 87. An analysis of Data Collection Strategies and Data Reduction Software for Image Plate Data. B. Hu, J. Rose and B.C. Wang, Abstr. PS-01.04.12, XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, WA, August 8-17, 1996. 88. The Crystal Structure of Class 3 Aldehyde Dehydrogenase and Implications to the Class 1 and 2 Enzymes. Z.-J. Liu, J. Sun, J. Rose, D. Hsiao, W.-R. Chang, Y.-J. Chung, I. Kuo, J. Hempel, R. Lindahl and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PS-04.01.18, XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, WA, 89. The Structure of the Detoxification Enzyme: Glutathione S-Transferase D21 From Drosophila Melanogaster. P-1, Ong, J. P. Rose, C.-P. D. Tu and B.C. Wang, Abstr. PS-04.01.64, XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, WA, August 8-17, 1996. 90. Crystals of the Augmenter of Liver Regeneration. C.-K. Wu, J. P. Rose, A. Francavilla, J. G. Prelich, A. Iacobellis, M. Hagiya, A. Rao, T. Starzl and B.C. Wang, Abstr. PS-04.07.22, XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, WA, August 8-17, 1996. 91. Molecular Aggregation of the Neurophysins. J. P. Rose and B. C. Wang, Abstr. PS-04.08.11, XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, WA, August 8-17, 1996. 92. How Does Solvent Flattening Remove the Phase Ambiguity. B. C. Wang, Abstr. MS-03.03.06, XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, WA, August 8-17, 1996. 93. Novel NAD-binding in aldehyde dehydrogenase - a new twist on an old theme. Z-J. Liu, J. Rose, J. Hempel, R. Lindahl and B.-C. Wang. P86, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, St. Louis, Missouri, 94. X-ray Crystallographic Studies on the Nucleoside Diphosphate Kinase from Bacillus halodenitrificans. C.-J. Chen, J. P. Rose, M.-Y. Liu, W. J. Payne, J. LeGall, W.-C. Chang and B.-C. Wang. P96, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, St. Louis, Missouri, July 19-25, 1997. 95. Structure of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase at 2.6 Å Resolution and A New Low-Salt Crystal Form. B.-C. Wang, Z.-J. Liu, C.-J. Chen. Chandrasekhar, W.-R. Chang, T.-G. Huang, Z.-L. Wan, M.-Y. Liu, R. Sousa, and J. P. Rose. P108, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, St. Louis, Missouri, July 19-25 (1997). 96. Structure of des 1-6 neurophysin-vasopressin complex. B. Hu, J. Rose and B.-C. Wang. P120, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, St. Louis, Missouri, July 19-25, 1997. 97. Experiences with the SMART 2K CCD System for Macromolecular Crystallography Using a Rotating Anode X-ray Source. P121, Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, St. Louis, Missouri, July 19-25, 98. Refined Crystal Structure of Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase. Zhi-Jie Liu, John P. Rose, Bi-Cheng Wang,
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