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James M. Stewart

Graduate Student 2003-2009
stejm@u.washington.edu

Ph.D. Chemistry, 2009
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Thesis: The use of 13C Carbonyl labeled Residues to Develop and Refine Site-Specific NMR Secondary Structure Analysis Techniques
M.S. Chemistry, 2006
University of Washington
B.S. Chemistry, 2003
Rhodes College, Memphis, TN

Publications

I Shu, M Scian, JM Stewart, BL Kier, NH Andersen 13C structuring shifts for the analysis of model beta-hairpins and beta-sheets in proteins: diagnostic shifts appear only at the cross-strand H-bonded residues Journal of Biomolecular NMR 56 2013 313-329.

DV Williams, AL Byrne, JM Stewart, NH Andersen Concerning the Optimal Salt Bridge for Trp-cage Stabilization Biochemistry 50 2011 1143-1152.

I Shu, JM Stewart, M Scian, BL Kier, NH Andersen β-Sheet 13C Structuring Shifts Appear only at the H-bonded Sites of Hairpins J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133 2011 1196-1199.

JM Stewart, JC Lin, NH Andersen Lysine and Arginine Residues Do Not Increase the Helicity of Alanine-rich Peptide Helices Chemical Communications 39 2008 4765-4767.

KA Olsen, RM Fesinmeyer, JM Stewart, NH Andersen Hairpin Folding Rates Reflect Mutations Within and Remote from the Turn Region Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 102 2005 15483-15487.