Results of search for Sharma

    Fold 2014 (click to unfold)

  1. Altering murine leukemia virus integration through disruption of the integrase and BET protein family interaction.
    Aiyer S, Swapna GV, Malani N, Aramini JM, Schneider WM, Plumb MR, Ghanem M, Larue RC, SHARMA A, Studamire B, Kvaratskhelia M, Bushman FD, Montelione GT, Roth MJ 
    NESG, Nucleic Acids Research (2014) 42:5917-28
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 24623816)
    Times cited: 30

  2. Structural basis of the alternating-access mechanism in a bile acid transporter.
    Zhou X, Levin EJ, Pan Y, McCoy JG, SHARMA R, Kloss B, Bruni R, Quick M, Zhou M 
    NYCOMPS, Nature (2014) 505:569-73
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 24317697)
    PDB ID(s): 4N7X 4N7W
    Times cited: 54

  3. DNASU plasmid and PSI:Biology-Materials repositories: resources to accelerate biological research.
    Seiler CY, Park JG, SHARMA A, Hunter P, Surapaneni P, Sedillo C, Field J, Algar R, Price A, Steel J, Throop A, Fiacco M, LaBaer J 
    PSIMR, Nucleic Acids Research (2014) 42:D1253-60
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 24225319)
    Times cited: 75

  4. Fold 2013 (click to unfold)

  5. Structure of a photosynthetic reaction centre determined by serial femtosecond crystallography.
    Johansson LC, Arnlund D, Katona G, White TA, Barty A, DePonte DP, Shoeman RL, Wickstrand C, SHARMA A, Williams GJ, Aquila A, Bogan MJ, Caleman C, Davidsson J, Doak RB, Frank M, Fromme R, Galli L, Grotjohann I, Hunter MS, Kassemeyer S, Kirian RA, Kupitz C, Liang M, Lomb L, Malmerberg E, Martin AV, Messerschmidt M, Nass K, Redecke L, Seibert MM, Sj√∂hamn J, Steinbrener J, Stellato F, Wang D, Wahlgren WY, Weierstall U, Westenhoff S, Zatsepin NA, Boutet S, Spence JC, Schlichting I, Chapman HN, Fromme P, Neutze R 
    MPID, Nature communications (2013) 4:2911
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 24352554)
    PDB ID(s): 4CAS
    Times cited: 55

  6. Fold 2012 (click to unfold)

  7. Overexpressing human membrane proteins in stably transfected and clonal human embryonic kidney 293S cells.
    Chaudhary S, Pak JE, Gruswitz F, SHARMA V, Stroud RM 
    CSMP, Nature Protocols (2012) 7:453-66
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 22322218)
    Times cited: 29

  8. Fold 2011 (click to unfold)

  9. Efficient expression screening of human membrane proteins in transiently transfected Human Embryonic Kidney 293S cells.
    Chaudhary S, Pak JE, Pedersen BP, Bang LJ, Zhang LB, Ngaw SM, Green RG, SHARMA V, Stroud RM 
    CSMP, Methods (2011) 55:273-80
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 21925269)
    Times cited: 15

  10. Fold 2010 (click to unfold)

  11. The high-throughput protein sample production platform of the Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium.
    Xiao R, Anderson S, Aramini J, Belote R, Buchwald WA, Ciccosanti C, Conover K, Everett JK, Hamilton K, Huang YJ, Janjua H, Jiang M, Kornhaber GJ, Lee DY, Locke JY, Ma LC, Maglaqui M, Mao L, Mitra S, Patel D, Rossi P, Sahdev S, SHARMA S, Shastry R, Swapna GV, Tong SN, Wang D, Wang H, Zhao L, Montelione GT, Acton TB 
    NESG, Journal of Structural Biology (2010) 172:21-33
     PSI:Biology(Details)(Pubmed ID: 20688167)
    Times cited: 79

  12. Fold 2009 (click to unfold)

  13. Construct optimization for protein NMR structure analysis using amide hydrogen/deuterium exchange mass spectrometry.
    SHARMA S, Zheng H, Huang YJ, Ertekin A, Hamuro Y, Rossi P, Tejero R, Acton TB, Xiao R, Jiang M, Zhao L, Ma LC, Swapna GV, Aramini JM, Montelione GT 
    NESG, Proteins (2009) 76:882-894
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 19306341)
    Times cited: 25

  14. Fold 2008 (click to unfold)

  15. Solution NMR structure of the SOS response protein YnzC from Bacillus subtilis.
    Aramini JM, SHARMA S, Huang YJ, Swapna GV, Ho CK, Shetty K, Cunningham K, Ma LC, Zhao L, Owens LA, Jiang M, Xiao R, Liu J, Baran MC, Acton TB, Rost B, Montelione GT 
    NESG, Proteins (2008) 72:526-30
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 18431750)
    PDB ID(s): 2HEP 2JVD
    Times cited: 12

  16. Fold 2007 (click to unfold)

  17. Elemental isomerism: a boron-nitrogen surrogate for a carbon-carbon double bond increases the chemical diversity of estrogen receptor ligands.
    Zhou HB, Nettles KW, Bruning JB, Kim Y, Joachimiak A, SHARMA S, Carlson KE, Stossi F, Katzenellenbogen BS, Greene GL, Katzenellenbogen JA 
    MCSG, Chemistry & Biology (2007) 14:659-69
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 17584613)
    Times cited: 53

  18. Structure-guided optimization of estrogen receptor binding affinity and antagonist potency of pyrazolopyrimidines with basic side chains.
    Zhou HB, Sheng S, Compton DR, Kim Y, Joachimiak A, SHARMA S, Carlson KE, Katzenellenbogen BS, Nettles KW, Greene GL, Katzenellenbogen JA 
    MCSG, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (2007) 50:399-403
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 17228884)
    Times cited: 29

  19. Fold 2004 (click to unfold)

  20. TB drug discovery: addressing issues of persistence and resistance.
    Smith CV, SHARMA V, Sacchettini JC 
    TB, Tuberculosis (2004) 84(1-2):45-55
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 14670345)
    Times cited: 99

  21. Fold 2003 (click to unfold)

  22. Crystal structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis SecA, a preprotein translocating ATPase.
    SHARMA V, Arockiasamy A, Ronning DR, Savva CG, Holzenburg A, Braunstein M, Jacobs WR, Sacchettini JC 
    TB, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003) 100(5):2243-8
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 12606717)
    PDB ID(s): 1NL3
    Times cited: 135

  23. Crystal structure of ATP phosphoribosyltransferase from Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
    Cho Y, SHARMA V, Sacchettini JC 
    TB, Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003) 278(10):8333-9
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 12511575)
    Times cited: 64

  24. Fold 2002 (click to unfold)

  25. The TB structural genomics consortium: providing a structural foundation for drug discovery.
    Goulding CW, Apostol M, Anderson DH, Gill HS, Smith CV, Kuo MR, Yang JK, Waldo GS, Suh SW, Chauhan R, Kale A, Bachhawat N, Mande SC, Johnston JM, Lott JS, Baker EN, Arcus VL, Leys D, McLean KJ, Munro AW, Berendzen J, SHARMA V, Park MS, Eisenberg D, Sacchettini J, Alber T, Rupp B, Jacobs W, Terwilliger TC 
    TB, Current Drug Targets - Infectious Disorders (2002) 2(2):121-41
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 12462144)
    Times cited: 66

Total number of citations for publications: 820
Average number of citations per publication (): 54.7