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Frederick Michael Hudson

Graduate Student 1999-2006
fmikeh@u.washington.edu

Research Scientist, ProteoTech

Ph.D. Chemistry, 2006
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Thesis: NMR characterization guides the design of beta hairpins and sheets while providing insights into folding cooperativity and dynamics
M.S. Chemistry, 2001
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
B.S. Chemistry, 1999
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Publications

FM Hudson, NH Andersen Measuring Cooperativity in the Formation of a Three-stranded β-sheet (Double Hairpin) Biopolymers 83 2006 424-433.

NH Andersen, KA Olsen, RM Fesinmeyer, X Tan, FM Hudson, L Eidenschink, SR Farazi Minimization and Optimization of Designed beta-Hairpin Folds Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 2006 6101-6110.

RM Fesinmeyer, FM Hudson, KA Olsen, GWN White, A Euser, NH Andersen Chemical Shifts Provide Fold Populations and Register of β Hairpins and β Sheets Journal of Biomolecular NMR 33 2005 213-231.

FM Hudson, NH Andersen Exenatide: NMR/CD evaluation of the medium dependence of conformation and aggregation state Biopolymers (Peptide Science) 76 2004 298-308.

RM Fesinmeyer, FM Hudson, NH Andersen Enhanced Hairpin Stability through Loop Design: The Case of the Protein G B1 Domain Hairpin Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 2004 7238-7243.