PUBLICATIONS

Present

3xx.     “Preorganized Electric Field Leads to Minimal Geometrical Reorientation in the Catalytic Reaction of Ketosteroid Isomerase”, Yufan Wu, Stephen D. Fried and Steven G. Boxer, submitted, [link]

 

3xx.   “Biosynthetic Incorporation of Site-Specific Isotopes in β-Lactam Antibiotics Enables Biophysical Studies”, Jacek A. Kozuch, Samuel H. Schneider, Steven G. Boxer,  submitted, [link]

3xx.   “Target membrane cholesterol modulates single influenza virus membrane fusion efficiency but not rate”, Katherine Naomi Liu and Steven G. Boxer, submitted, [link]

3xx.  “Membrane tethered mucin-like polypeptides sterically inhibit binding and slow fusion kinetics of Influenza A virus”, Corleone S. Delaveris, Elizabeth R. Webster, Steven Banik, Steven Boxer, Carolyn R. Bertozzi, submitted. [link]

331. “Electrostatic control of photoisomerization pathways in proteins”, Matthew G. Romei, Chi-Yun Lin, Irimpan I. Mathews, Steven G. Boxer, Science, 367, 76–79 (2020) [pdf] [Electrostatics affect the glow]

330.  "Structural Evidence of Photoisomerization Pathways in Fluorescent Proteins”, Jeffrey Chang, Matthew G. Romei, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 141, 15504-15508 (2019)  [pdf]

329. "Unified Model for Photophysical and Electro-Optical Properties of Green Fluorescent Proteins", Chi-Yun Lin, Matthew G. Romei, Luke M. Oltrogge, Irimpan I. Mathews, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 141, 15250-15265 (2019) [pdf]

328. "Detecting and controlling dye effects in single-virus fusion experiments", Robert J. Rawle, Ana Villamil Giraldo, Steven G. Boxer, and Peter M. Kasson, Biophysical Journal, 117, 445-452 (2019). [pdf]

327. "Perturbation of Short Hydrogen Bonds in Photoactive Yellow Protein via Noncanonical Amino Acid Incorporation", Benjamin Thomson, Johan Both, Yufan Wu, Robert M. Parrish, Todd J. Martínez, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 123, 4844-4849 (2019). [pdf] [additional information]

326. “Split Green Fluorescent Proteins (GFPs): Scope, Limitations, and Outlook”, Matthew G. Romei and Steven G. Boxer, Annual Reviews of Biophysics, 48, 19-44 (2019) [pdf]

325. "Local and Global Electric Field Asymmetry in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Miguel Saggu, Stephen D. Fried, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 123, 1527-1536 (2019). [pdf]

 

324. “pH Dependence of Zika Membrane Fusion Kinetics Reveals an Off-Pathway State”, Robert J. Rawle, Elizabeth R. Webster, Marta Jelen, Peter M. Kasson, and Steven G. Boxer, ACS Central Science, 4, 1503-1510 (2018). [pdf][Commentary] [Commentary]

 

323. “Ladderane phospholipids form a densely packed membrane with normal hydrazine and anomalously low proton/hydroxide permeability”, Frank R. Moss III, Steven R. Shuken, Jaron A. M. Mercer, Carolyn M. Cohen, Thomas M. Weiss, Steven G. Boxer, and Noah Z. Burns, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, 9098-9103 (2018).[pdf] [C&News Commentary]

 

322. "Electric Fields and Enzyme Catalysis", Steven G. Boxer, Stephen D. Fried, Samuel H. Schneider and Yufan Wu, Catalysis in Chemistry and Biology, 24th Solvay Conference on Chemistry, Proceedings of the 24th International Solvay Conference on Chemistry, World Scientific Publishing Co. 2017, 274-279. [pdf]

 

321. "Genetic Code Expansion in Rhodobacter sphaeroides to Incorporate Noncanonical Amino Acids into Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Jared Bryce Weaver and Steven G. Boxer, ACS Synth. Biol., 7, 1618-1628 (2018). [pdf]

 

320. "Cholesterol enhances influenza binding avidity by controlling nanoscale receptor clustering", Isabel N. Goronzy, Robert J. Rawle, Steven G. Boxer, and Peter M. Kasson, Chemical Science, 9, 2340-2347 (2018). [pdf]

 

319. "Structural Insight into the Photochemistry of Split Green Fluorescent Proteins: A Unique Role for a His-tag", Alan Deng and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140, 375–381(2018). [pdf]

 

318. "Comment on “Transient Conformational Changes of Sensory 2 Rhodopsin II Investigated by Vibrational Stark Effect Probes”", Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 121, 7395-7396 (2017). [pdf]

 

317. "Vesicle fusion mediated by solanesol-anchored DNA", Kristina M. Flavier, Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal,113, 1260-1268 (2017). PMID: 28647061 [pdf]

 

316. "Electric Fields and Enzyme Catalysis", Stephen D. Fried and Steven G. Boxer, Annual Reviews of Biochemistry,86, 387-415 (2017). [pdf]

 

315. "Solvent-Independent Anharmonicity for Carbonyl Oscillators", Samuel H. Schneider, Huong T. Kratochvil, Martin T. Zanni, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 121, 2331−2338 (2017). [pdf]

 

314. "Mechanism and bottlenecks in strand photodissociation of split green fluorescent proteins (GFPs)", Chi-Yun Lin (林其勻), Johan Both, Keunbong Do, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS, Published online, E2146–E2155 (2017). [pdf]

 

313. "Atomic Recombination in Dynamic Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Probes Distance in Lipid Assemblies: A Nanometer Chemical Ruler", Frank R. Moss, III and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 16737-16744 (2016). [pdf]

 

312. "Chemical Synthesis and Self-Assembly of a Ladderane Phospholipid", Jaron A. M. Mercer, Carolyn M. Cohen, Steven R. Shuken, Anna M. Wagner, Myles W. Smith, Frank R. Moss III, Matthew D. Smith, Riku Vahala, Alejandro Gonzalez-Martinez, Steven G. Boxer, Noah Z. Burns, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 15845-15848 (2016). [pdf]

 

311. "Vibrational Stark Effects of Carbonyl Probes Applied to Re-interpret IR and Raman Data for Enzyme Inhibitors in Terms of Electric Fields at the Active Site", Samuel Hayes Schneider, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 120, 9672-9684 (2016). [pdf]

 

310. "A Critical Test of the Electrostatic Contribution to Catalysis with Non-canonical Amino Acids in Ketosteroid Isomerase", Yufan Wu, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 138, 11890-11895 (2016). [pdf]

 

309. "Dynamic Reorganization and Correlation Among Lipid Raft Components", Mónica M Lozano, Jennifer S. Hovis, Frank R. Moss III, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 9996-10001 (2016). [pdf]

 

308. "Disentangling Viral Membrane Fusion from Receptor Binding Using Synthetic DNA-Lipid Conjugates", Robert J. Rawle, Steven G. Boxer, Peter M. Kasson, Biophysical Journal, 111, 123-131 (2016). [pdf]

 

307. "Dissecting Proton Delocalization in an Enzyme’s Hydrogen Bond Network with Unnatural Amino Acids", Yufan Wu, Stephen D. Fried, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 54, 7110-7119 (2015). [pdf]

 

306. "Short Hydrogen Bonds and Proton Delocalization in Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)", Luke M. Oltrogge and Steven G. Boxer, ACS Central Science, 1 , 148-156 (2015). [pdf] [Commentary]

 

305. “Measuring Electric Fields and Noncovalent Interactions Using the Vibrational Stark Effect”, Stephen D. Fried and Steven G. Boxer, Acc. Chem. Res., 48, 998-1006 (2015). [pdf]

 

304. “Quantum delocalization of protons in the hydrogen-bond network of an enzyme active site”, Lu Wang, Stephen D. Fried, Steven G. Boxer, and Thomas E. Markland, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111, 18454-18459 (2014). [pdf]

 

303. “Extreme Electric Fields Power Catalysis in the Active Site of Ketosteroid Isomerase”, Stephen D. Fried, Sayan Bagchi, Steven G. Boxer, Science, 346, 1510-1514 (2014). [pdf] [Perspective]

 

302. “Ground-state Proton Transfer Kinetics in Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)”, Luke M. Oltrogge, Quan Wang, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 53, 5947-5957 (2014). [pdf]

 

301. “Putative Hydrogen Bond to Tyrosine M208 in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter capsulatusSignificantly Slows Primary Charge Separation”, Miguel Saggu, Brett Carter, Xiaoxue Zhou, Kaitlyn Faries, Lynette Cegelski, Dewey Holten, Steven G. Boxer, and Christine Kirmaier, J. Phys. Chem. B, 118, 6721-6732 (2014). [pdf]

 

300. “Choose Your Label wisely: Water-Soluble Fluorophores Often Interact with Lipid Bilayers”, Laura D. Hughes, Robert J. Rawle, and Steven G. Boxer , PLoS ONE, 9, e87649 (2014). [pdf]

 

299. “A conserved water-mediated hydrogen bond network defines bosutinib’s kinase selectivity”, Nicholas M Levinson & Steven G. Boxer, Nat. Chem. Biol., 10, 127-132 (2014). [pdf]

 

298. “Calculations of the Electric Fields in Liquid Solutions”, Stephen D. Fried, Lee-Ping Wang, Steven G. Boxer, Pengyu Ren, and Vijay S. Pande, J. Phys. Chem. B, 117, 16236-16248 (2013). [pdf]

 

297. “DNA-Based Patterning of Tethered Membrane Patches”, Laura D. Hughes and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 29, 12220-12227 (2013). [pdf]

 

296. “GFP Variants with Alternative β‑Strands and Their Application as Light-driven Protease Sensors: A Tale of Two Tails”, Keunbong Do and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135, 10226-10229 (2013). [pdf]

 

295. “Measuring Electrostatic Fields in Both Hydrogen Bonding and non-Hydrogen Bonding Environments using Carbonyl Vibrational Probes,” Stephen D. Fried, Sayan Bagchi, Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135, 11181-11192 (2013). [pdf]

 

294. “A Thermodynamic Framework For Identifying Free Energy Inventories of Enzyme Catalytic Cycles”, Stephen D. Fried, Steven G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110, 12271-12276 (2013). [pdf]

 

293. “Quantitative Dissection of Hydrogen Bond-Mediated Proton Transfer in the Ketosteroid Isomerase Active Site”, Paul A. Sigala, Aaron T. Fafarman, Jason P. Schwans, Stephen D. Fried, Timothy D. Fenn, Jose M. M. Caaveiro, Brandon Pybus, Dagmar Ringe, Gregory A. Petsko, Steven G. Boxer, and Daniel Herschlag, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110, E2552-E2561 (2013). [pdf]

 

292. “Individual Vesicle Fusion Events Mediated by Lipid-anchored DNA”, Bettina van Lengerich, Robert J. Rawle, Poul Martin Bendix, Minsub Chung, and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal , 105 , 409–419 (2013). [pdf]

 

291. "Colocalization of the Ganglioside GM1 and Cholesterol Detected by Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry", Mónica M. Lozano, Zhao Liu, Andreas Janshoff, Krishna Kumar, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 135 , 5620-5630 (2013). [pdf] [Supplement] [C&E News story]

 

290. "Formation and Analysis of Topographical Domains Between Lipid Membranes Tethered by DNA Hybrids of Different Lengths", Minsub Chung, Bon Jun Koo, and Steven G. Boxer, Faraday Discussion, 161 , 333-345 (2013). [pdf]

 

289. "Experimental quantification of electrostatics in X-H⋅⋅⋅π hydrogen bonds", Miguel Saggu, Nicholas M. Levinson, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 134, 18986-18997 (2012). [pdf]

 

288. "Site-Specific Measurement of Water Dynamics in the Substrate Pocket of Ketosteroid Isomerase Using Time-Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy", Santosh Kumar Jha, Minbiao Ji, Kelly J. Gaffney, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 116, 11414-11421 (2012). [pdf]

 

287. "Photochemistry of a Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Center Missing the Initial Bacteriochlorophyll Electron Acceptor", Brett Carter, Steven G. Boxer, Dewey Holten, and Christine Kirmaier, J. Phys. Chem. B 116, 9971-9982 (2012). [pdf]

 

286. "A Solvatochromic Model Calibrates Nitriles' Vibrational Frequencies to Electrostatic Fields", Sayan Bagchi, Stephen D. Fried, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 134, 10373-10376 (2012). [pdf]

 

285. "Structural and Spectroscopic Analysis of the Kinase Inhibitor Bosutinib and an Isomer of Bosutinib Binding to the Abl Tyrosine Kinase Domain", Nicholas M. Levinson, and Steven G. Boxer, PLoS ONE 7, e29828 (2012). [pdf][C&ENews story][Pfizer response]

 

284. "Solvent-Induced Infrared Frequency Shifts in Aromatic Nitriles are Quantitatively Described by the Vibrational Stark Effect", Nicholas M. Levinson, Stephen D. Fried, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 116, 10470-10476 (2012). [pdf]

 

283. "Ribonuclease S Dynamics Measured Using a Nitrile Label with 2D IR Vibrational Echo Spectroscopy", Sayan Bagchi, Steven G. Boxer, and Michael D. Fayer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 116, 4034-4042 (2012). [pdf]

 

282. "Quantitative, Directional Measurement of Electric Field Heterogeneity Within an Enzyme Active Site", Aaron T. Fafarman, Paul A. Sigala, Jason P. Schwans, Timothy D. Fenn, Daniel Herschlag, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS, 109, 1824-1825 summary), E299-E308 (full paper) (2012). [pdf]

 

281. "Evaluation of the Energetics of the Concerted Acid-Base Mechanism in Enzymatic Catalysis: The Case of Ketosteroid Isomerase", Stephen David Fried and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 116, 690-697 (2012). [pdf][Supplement]

 

280. "Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Photochemistry of Beta-Strand Association and Dissociation in a Split-GFP System", Keunbong Do and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 133, 18078-18081 (2011). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

279. "Vesicle Fusion Observed by Content Transfer Across a Tethered Lipid Bilayer", Robert J. Rawle, Bettina van Lengerich, Minsub Chung, Poul Martin Bendix, and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 101, L37-L39 (2011) [pdf][Supplement]

 

278. "Direct Measurements of Electric Fields in Weak OH••π Hydrogen Bonds", Miguel Saggu, Nicholas M. Levinson, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 133, 17414-17419 (2011). [pdf[Supplement]

 

277. "Direct Measurement of the Protein Response to An Electrostatic Perturbation That Mimics the Catalytic Cycle in Ketosteroid Isomerase", Santosh Kumar Jha, Minbiao Ji, Kelly J. Gaffney, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS , 108, 40, 16612-16617 (2011). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

276. "Electrostatic Fields Near the Active Site of Human Aldose Reductase: 2. New Inhibitors and Complications Caused by Hydrogen Bonds", Lin Xu, Aina E. Cohen, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry , 50, 8311-8322, (2011). [pdf][Supplement]

 

275. "Phosphate Vibrations Probe Local Electric Fields and Hydration in Biomolecules", Nicholas M. Levinson, Erin E. Bolte, Carrie S. Miller, Steven A. Corcelli, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 133, 13236-13239 (2011). [pdf]

 

274. "Stability of DNA-Tethered Lipid Membranes with Mobile Tethers", Minsub Chung and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 27, 5492-5497(2011). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

273. "Light-Activated Reassembly of Split Green Fluorescent Protein", Kevin P. Kent and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 133, 4046-4052(2011). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

272. "Nitrile Bonds as Infrared Probes of Electrostatics in Ribonuclease S", Aaron T. Fafarman and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 114, 13536-13544 (2010). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

271. "Decomposition of Vibrational Shifts of Nitriles into Electrostatic and Hydrogen-Bonding Effects", Aaron T. Fafarman, Paul A Sigala, Daniel Herschlag, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc.,132, 12811-12813 (2010). [pdf][Supplement]

 

270. "Solvation Response Along the Reaction Coordinate in the Active Site of Ketosteroid Isomerase", William Childs and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 132, 6474-6480 (2010). [pdf]

 

269. "Covalent Attachment of Lipid Vesicles to a Fluid-Supported Bilayer Allows Observation of DNA-Mediated Vesicle Interactions", Bettina van Lengerich, Robert J. Rawle, and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 26, 8666-8672 (2010). [pdf]

 

268. "Proton Affinity of the Oxyanion Hole in the Active Site of Ketosteroid Isomerase", William Childs and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 49, 2725-2731 (2010). [pdf]

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267. "Synthetic Control of Green Fluorescent Protein", Kevin P. Kent, Luke M. Oltrogge, Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 131, 15988-15989 (2009). [pdf] [Supplement] [C&E News]

266."DNA-tethered Membranes Formed by Giant Vesicle Rupture", Minsub Chung, Randall Lowe, Yee-Hung M. Chan, Prasad V. Ganesan and Steven G.Boxer, Journal of Structural Biology, 168, 190-199 (2009). [pdf]

 

265."A Membrane Interferometer", Prasad Ganesan and Steven Boxer, PNAS, 106, 14, 5627-5632 (2009). [pdf][Supplement]

 

264."Trapping the P+BL- Initial Intermediate State of Charge Separation in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter capsulatus", Brett Carter, Steven Boxer, Dewey Holten, and Christine Kirmaier, Biochemistry, 48 (12), 2571-2573 (2009). [pdf]

 

263."Advances in Imaging Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry for Biological Samples", Steven G. Boxer, Mary L. Kraft and Peter K. Weber, Annual Rev. Biophys. 38, 53-74 (2009). [pdf]

262."Stark Realities", Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 113, 2972-2983 (2009). [pdf]

 

261."Effects of Linker Sequences on Vesicle Fusion Mediated by Lipid-Anchored DNA Oligonucleotides", Yee-Hung M. Chan, Bettina van Lengerich, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS, 106, 4, 979-984 (2009). [pdf] [Faculty of 1000 Evaluation]

 

260."Charge Transfer in Photoacids Observed by Stark Spectroscopy", Lisa N. Silverman, D.B. Spry, Steven G. Boxer, and M.D. Fayer, J. Phys. Chem. A, 112, 10244-10249 (2008). [pdf]

 

259."Deconstructing Green Fluorescent Protein", Kevin Kent, William Childs, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 130, 9664-9665, (2008). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

258."Lipid-anchored DNA Mediates Vesicle Fusion as Observed by Lipid and Content Mixing", Yee-Hung M. Chan, Bettina van Lengerich, and Steven G. Boxer, Biointerphases, 3, 2, FA17-FA21 (2008). [pdf]

 

257."Temperature Dependence of Electron Transfer to the M-Side Bacteriopheophytin in Rhodobacter capsulatus Reaction Centers", Jessica I. Chuang, Steven G. Boxer, Dewey Holten, and Christine Kirmaier, J. Phys. Chem. B, 112, 5487-5499, (2008). [pdf]

 

256. "Electrostatic Fields Near the Active Site of Human Aldose Reductase: 1. New Inhibitors and Vibrational Stark Effect Measurements", Lauren J. Webb and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 47, 1588-1598 (2008). [pdf]

 

255. "Stark Spectroscopy of Mixed-Valence Systems", Lisa N. Silverman, Pakorn Kanchanawong, Thomas P. Treynor, and Steven G. Boxer, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, 366, 33-45 (2008). [pdf]

 

254. "Dynamic Stokes Shift in Green Fluorescent Protein Variants", Paul Abbyad, William Childs, Xinghua Shi, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS, 104, 51, 20189-20194 (2007). [pdf]

 

253. "Anomalous Negative Fluorescence Anisotropy in Yellow Fluorescent Protein (YFP 10C): Quantitative Analysis of FRET in YFP Dimers", Xinghua Shi, Jaswir Basran, Harriet E. Seward, William Childs, Clive R. Bagshaw, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 46, 14403-14417 (2007). [pdf]

 

252. "Model Membrane Systems and Their Applications", Yee-Hung M. Chan and Steven G. Boxer, Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 11, 1-7 (2007). [pdf]

 

251. "Kinetics of DNA-mediated Docking Reactions Between Vesicles Tethered To Supported Lipid Bilayers", Yee-Hung M. Chan, Peter Lenz, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS, 104, 48, 18913-18918 (2007). [pdf]

 

250. "Ultrafast Excited-State Dynamics in the Green Fluorescent Protein Variant S65T/H148D. 2. Unusual Photophysical Properties", Xinghua Shi, Paul Abbyad, Xiaokun Shu, Karen Kallio, Pakorn Kanchanawong, William Childs, S. James Remington, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 46, 12014-12025 (2007). [pdf]

 

249. "Ultrafast Excited-State Dynamics in the Green Fluorescent Protein Variant S65T/H148D. 1. Mutagenesis and Structural Studies", Xiaokun Shu, Karen Kallio, Xinghua Shi, Paul Abbyad, Pakorn Kanchanawong, William Childs, Steven G. Boxer, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 46, 12005-12013 (2007). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

248. "Vibrational Stark Effect Probes for Nucleic Acids", Lisa N. Silverman, Michael E. Pitzer, Peter O. Ankomah, Steven G. Boxer, and Edward E. Fenlon, J. Phys. Chem B,. 111, 11611-11613 (2007). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

247. "Do Ligand Binding and Solvent Exclusion Alter the Electrostatic Character within the Oxyanion Hole of an Enzymatic Active Site", Paul Sigala, Aaron T. Fafarman, Patrick E. Bogard, Steven G. Boxer, and Daniel Herschlag, JACS, 129, 12104-12105 (2007). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

246. "Measurement of Solvation Responses at Multiple Sites in a Globular Protein", Paul Abbyad, Xinghua Shi, William Childs, Tim B. McAnaney, Bruce E. Cohen, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 111, 8269-8276 (2007). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

245. "Frictional Drag and Electrical Manipulation of Recombinant Proteins in Polymer-Supported Membranes", Motomu Tanaka, Joachim Hermann, Ilka Haase, Markus Fischer, and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 23, 5638-5644 (2007). [pdf]

 

244. "Phase Separation of Lipid Membranes Analyzed with High-Resolution Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry", Mary L. Kraft, Peter K. Weber, Marjorie L. Longo, Ian D. Hutcheon, and Steven G. Boxer, Science, 313, 1948-1951 (2006). [pdf] [Supplement] See also: [Jay Groves' Perspectives in Science]

 

243. "Site-Specific Conversion of Cysteine Thiols into Thiocyanate Creates an IR Probe for Electric Fields in Proteins", Aaron T. Fafarman, Lauren J. Webb, Jessica I. Chuang, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 128, 13356-13357 (2006). [pdf] [Supplement]

 

242. "Antibody Evolution Constrains Conformational Heterogeneity by Tailoring Protein Dynamics", Jorg Zimmermann, Erin L. Oakman, Ian F. Thorpe, Xinghua Shi, Paul Abbyad, Charles L. Brooks III, Steven G. Boxer, and Floyd E. Romesberg, PNAS, 103, 13722-13727 (2006). [pdf]

 

241. "Charge Delocalization in the Special-Pair Radical Cation of Mutant Reaction Centers of Rhodobacter Sphaeroides from Stark Spectra and Nonadiabatic Spectral Simulations", Pakorn Kanchanawong, Mats G. Dahlbom, Thomas P. Treynor, Jeffrey R. Reimers, Noel S. Hush, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 110, 18688-18702 (2006). [pdf]

 

240. "Tension-Induced Pore Formation and Leakage in Adhering Vesicles ", P. Lenz, J. M. Johnson, Y.-H. M. Chan,, and S. G. Boxer, Europhys. Lett, 75 (4), 659-665 (2006). [pdf]

 

239. "Electric Fields at the Active Site of an Enzyme: Direct Comparison of Experiment with Theory ", Ian T. Suydam, Christopher D. Snow, Vijay S. Pande, and Steven G. Boxer, Science, 313, 200-204 (2006). [pdf]

 

238. "Quantitative Analysis of Supported Membrane Composition Using the NanoSIMS", Mary L. Kraft, Simon Foster Fishel, Carine Galli Marxer, Peter K. Weber, Ian D. Hutcheon, and Steven G. Boxer, Applied Surface Science, 252, 6950-6956 (2006). [pdf]

 

237. "Diffusive Dynamics of Vesicles Tethered to a Fluid Supported Bilayer by Single-Particle Tracking ", Chiaki Yoshina-Ishii, Yee-Hung M. Chan, Joseph M. Johnson, Li A. Kung, Peter Lenz, and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 22, 5682-5689 (2006). [pdf]

 

236. "High Yield of M-Side Electron Transfer in Mutants of Rhodobacter Capsulatus Reaction Centers Lacking the L-Side Bacteriopheophytin", Jessica I. Chuang, Steven G. Boxer, Dewey Holten, and Christine Kirmaier, Biochemistry, 45, 12, 3845-3851 (2006). [pdf]

 

235. "Controlling Two-Dimensional Tethered Vesicle Motion Using an Electric Field: Interplay of Electrophoresis and Electro-Osmosis", Chiaki Yoshina-Ishii and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 22, 2384-2391 (2006). [pdf]

 

234."E-Cadherin Tethered to Micropatterned Supported Lipid Bilayers as a Model for Cell Adhesion", Tomas D. Perez, W. James Nelson, Steven G. Boxer, and Lance Kam, Langmuir, 21, 11963-11968 (2005). [pdf]

 

233."Variable Incidence Angle Fluorescence Interference Contrast Microscopy for Z-Imaging Single Objects", Caroline M. Ajo-Franklin, Prasad V. Ganesan, and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 89, 2759-2769 (2005). [pdf]

 

232."Enhancement of the Fluorescence of the Blue Fluorescent Proteins by High Pressure or Low Temperature", Koit Mauring, Jason Deich, Federico I. Rosell, Tim B. McAnaney, W.E. Moerner, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 109, 12976-12981 (2005). [pdf]

 

231."Green Fluorescent Protein Variants as Ratiometric Dual Emission pH Sensors. 3. Temperature Dependence of Proton Transfer", Tim B. McAnaney, Xinghua Shi, Paul Abbyad, Henry Jung, S. James Remington, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 44, 8701-8711 (2005). [pdf]

 

230."Probing the Structure of Supported Membranes and Tethered Oligonucleotides by Fluorescence Interference Contrast Microscopy", Caroline M. Ajo-Franklin, Chiaki Yoshina-Ishii, and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 21, 4976-4983 (2005). [pdf]

 

229."Protonation, Photobleaching, and Photoactivation of Yellow Fluorescent Protein (YFP 10C): A Unifying Mechanism", Tim B. McAnaney, Wei Zeng, Camille F. E. Doe, Nina Bhanji, Stuart Wakelin, David S. Pearson, Paul Abbyad, Xinghua Shi, Steven G. Boxer, and Clive R. Bagshaw, Biochemistry, 44, 5510-5524 (2005). [pdf]

 

228."Supported Membrane Composition Analysis by Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry with High Lateral Resolution", Carine Galli Marxer, Mary L. Kraft, Peter K. Weber, Ian D. Hutcheon, and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 88, 2965-2975, (2005). [pdf]

 

227."General Method for Modification of Liposomes for Encoded Assembly on Supported Bilayers", Chiaki Yoshina-Ishii, Gregory P. Miller, Mary L. Kraft, Eric T. Kool, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 127, 1356-1357 (2005). [pdf]

 

226."Vesicle Adsorption and Lipid Bilayer Formation on Glass Studies by Atomic Force Microscopy", Holger Schonherr, Joseph M. Johnson, Peter Lenz, Curtis W. Frank and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 20, 11600-11606 (2004). [pdf]

 

225."Patterned Supported Lipid Bilayers and Monolayers on Poly(dimethylsiloxane)", Peter Lenz, Caroline M. Ajo-Franklin and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 20, 11092-11099 (2004). [pdf]

 

224."Probing Excited-State Electron Transfer by Resonance Stark Spectroscopy: 4. Mutations near BL in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers Perturb Multiple Factors that Affect BL / f BL + HL", Thomas P. Treynor and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 108, 13523-13535 (2004). [pdf]

 

223."Probing Excited-State Electron Transfer by Resonance Stark Spectroscopy: 3. Theoretical Foundations and Practical Applications", Thomas P. Treynor and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 108, 13513-13522 (2004). [pdf]

 

222."Biosensor Arrays and Methods", Miki (Vikky) Yamazaki, Morrison Ulman, Luat T. Nguyen, Steven G. Boxer, Jay T. Groves, U.S. Patent 6,699,719, March 2, 2004, (filed July 22, 2002). [pdf]

 

221."A Theory of Intervalence Band Stark Effects", Thomas P. Treynor and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. A, 108, 1764-1778 (2004). [pdf]

 

220."Excited-State Energy Transfer Pathways in Photosynthetic reaction Centers: 5. Oxidized and Triplet Excited Special Pairs as Energy Acceptors", Brett A. King, Tim B. McAnaney, Alex de Winter, Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics, 294, 359-369 (2003). [pdf]

 

219."Vibrational Stark Effects Calibrate the Sensitivity of Vibrational Probes for Electric Fields in Proteins", Ian T. Suydam and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 42, 12050-12055, (2003). [pdf]

 

218."Intervalence Band Stark Effect of the Special Pair Radical Cation in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Thomas P. Treynor, Steven S. Andrews and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 107, 11230-11239 (2003). [pdf]

 

217."Arrays of Mobile Tethered Vesicles on Supported Lipid Bilayers", Chiaki Yoshina-Ishii and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 125, 3696-3697 (2003). [pdf]

 

216."Biosensor Arrays and Methods", Steven G. Boxer and Lance Kam, U.S. Patent 6,503,452, January 7, 2003 (Filed August 4, 2000). [pdf]

 

215."Polarized Absorption Spectra of Green Fluorescent Protein Single Crystals: Transition Dipole Moment Directions", Federico I. Rosell and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 42, 177-183 (2003). [pdf]

 

214."Spatially Selective Manipulation of Supported Bilayers by Laminar Flow: Steps Toward Biomembrane Microfluidics", Lance Kam and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 19, 1624-1631 (2003). [pdf]

 

213."Energetics of Primary Charge Separation in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Center Mutants: Triplet Decay in Large Magnetic Fields", Alex de Winter and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. A, 107, 3341-3350 (2003). [pdf]

 

212."Green Fluorescent Protein Variants as Ratiometric Dual Emission pH Sensors. 2. Excited-State Dynamics", Tim McAnaney, Eun Sun Park, George T. Hanson, Steven G. Boxer, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 41, 15489-15494 (2002). [pdf]

 

211."Green Fluorescent Protein Variants as Ratiometric Dual Emission pH Sensors. 1. Structural Characterization and Preliminary Application", George T. Hanson, Tim McAnaney, Eun Sun Park, Marla E. P. Rendell, Daniel K. Yarbrough, Shaoyou Chu, Lixuan Xi, Steven G. Boxer, Marshall H. Montrose, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 41, 15477-15488 (2002). [pdf]

 

210."Early Steps of Supported Bilayer Formation Probed by Single Vesicle Fluorescence Assays", Joseph M. Johnson, Taekjip Ha, Steve Chu, and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 83, 3371-3379 (2002). [pdf]

 

209."Proximal Ligand Motions in H93G Myoglobin", Stefan Franzen, Eric S. Peterson, Derek Brown, Joel M. Friedman, Melissa R. Thomas and Steven G. Boxer, Eur. J. Biochem., 269, 4879-4886 (2002). [pdf]

 

208. "Probing Protein Electrostatics with a Synthetic Fluorescent Amino Acid", Bruce E. Cohen, Tim B. McAnaney, Eun Sun Park, Yuh Nung Jan, Steven G. Boxer, Lily Yeh Jan, Science, 296, 1700-1703 (2002). [pdf]

 

207. "Origins of the Sensitivity of Molecular Vibrations to Electric Fields: Carbonyl and Nitrosyl Stretches in ModelCompounds and Proteins", Eun Sun Park and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 106, 5800-5806 (2002). [pdf]

 

206. "Micropattern Formation in Supported Lipid Membranes", Jay T. Groves and Steven G. Boxer, Acc. of Chem. Res., 35, 149-157 (2002). [pdf]

 

205. "Vibrational Stark Effects of Nitriles II. Physical Origins of Stark Effects from Experiment and Perturbation Models", Steven S. Andrews and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. A, 106, 469-477 (2002). [pdf]

 

204. "FTIR and Resonance Raman Studies of Nitric Oxide Binding to H93G Cavity Mutants of Myoglobin", Melissa R. Thomas, Derek Brown, Stefan Franzen, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 40, 15047-15056 (2001). [pdf]

 

203. "High refractive index substrates for fluorescence microscopy of biological interfaces with high z contrast", Caroline M. Ajo-Franklin, Lance Kam, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS, 98, 13643-13648 (2001). [pdf]

 

202. "Electrostatic and Conformational Effects on the Electronic Structures of Distortional Isomers of a Mixed-Valence Binuclear Cu Complex", Stefan Franzen, Vincent M. Miskowski, Andrew P. Shreve, Stacie E. Wallace-Williams, William H. Woodruff, Mark R. Ondrias, Mary E. Barr, Laura Moore, and Steven G. Boxer, Inorg. Chem., 40, 6375-6382 (2001). [pdf]

 

201. "Spatially localized generation of nucleotide sequence-specific DNA damage", Dennis H. Oh, Brett A. King, Steven G. Boxer, and Philip C. Hanawalt, PNAS, 98, 11271-11276 (2001). [pdf]

 

200. "Electrophoresis of DNA Adsorbed to a Cationic Supported Bilayer", David J. Olson, Joseph M. Johnson, Prateek D. Patel, Eric S. G. Shaqfeh, Steven G. Boxer, and Gerald G. Fuller, Langmuir, 17, 7396-7401 (2001). [pdf]

 

199. "Analysis of Noise for Rapid-Scan and Step-Scan Methods of FT-IR Difference spectroscopy", Steven S. Andrews and Steven G. Boxer, Applied Spectroscopy, 55, 1161-1165 (2001). [pdf]

 

198. "Arrays of Independently-Addressable Supported Fluid Bilayer Membranes", Steven G. Boxer, Morrison Ulman and Jay T. Groves, U.S. Patent 6,228,326, May 8, 2001, (Filed November 26, 1997). [pdf]

 

197. "19F NMR of Trifluoroacetyl-Labeled Cysteine Mutants of Myoglobin: Structural Probes of Nitric Oxide Bound to the H93G Cavity Mutant", Melissa R. Thomas and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 40, 8588-8596 (2001). [pdf]

 

196. "Photophysics of DsRed, a Red Fluorescent Protein, from the Ensemble to the Single-Molecule Level", B. Lounis, J. Deich, F. I. Rosell, Steven G. Boxer, and W. E. Moerner, J. Phys. Chem. B, 105, 5048-5054 (2001). [pdf]

 

195. "A Photolysis-Triggered Heme Ligand Switch in H93G Myoglobin", Stefan Franzen, James Bailey, R. Brian Dyer, William H. Woodruff, Robert B. Hu, Melissa R. Thomas, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 40, 5299-5305 (2001). [pdf]

 

194. "Patterning and Composition Arrays of Supported Lipid Bilayers by Microcontact Printing", Jennifer S. Hovis and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 17, 3400-3405 (2001). [pdf]

 

193. "Cell adhesion to protein-micropatterned-supported lipid bilayer membranes", Lance Kam and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 55, 487-495 (2001). [pdf]

 

192. "Excited State Energy Transfer Pathways in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers. 4. Asymmetric Energy Transfer in the Heterodimer Mutant", Brett A. King, Alex de Winter, Tim B. McAnaney, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B,105, 1856-1862 (2001). [pdf]

 

191. "Polymer-supported Lipid Bilayers on Benzophenone-modified Substrates", William W. Shen, Steven G. Boxer, Wolfgang Knoll, Curtis W. Frank, Biomacromolecules, 2, 70-79 (2001). [pdf]

 

190. "Molecular Transport and Organization in Supported Lipid Membranes", Steven G. Boxer, Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 4, 704-709 (2000). [pdf]

 

189. "Formation of Supported Lipid Bilayer Composition Arrays by Controlled Mixing and Surface Capture", Lance Kam and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 122, 12901-12902 (2000). [pdf]

 

188. "The H93G Myoglobin Cavity Mutant as a Versatile Template for Modeling Heme Proteins: Ferrous, Ferric, and Ferryl Mixed-Ligand Complexes with Imidazole in the Cavity", Alycen E. Pond, Mark P. Roach, Melissa R. Thomas, Steven G. Boxer, and John H. Dawson, Inorganic Chemistry, 39, 6061-6066 (2000). [pdf]

 

187. "Vibrational Stark Effects of Nitriles I. Methods and Experimental Results", Steven S. Andrews and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys Chem. A, 104, 11853-11863 (2000). [pdf]

 

186. "Vibrational Stark Spectroscopy of NO Bound to Heme: Effects of Protein Electrostatic Fields on the NO Stretch Frequency", Eun Sun Park, Melissa R. Thomas, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 122, 12297-12303 (2000). [pdf]

 

185. "Lateral Reorganization of Fluid Lipid Membranes in Response to the Electric Field Produced by a Buried Charge", Jay T. Groves, Steven G. Boxer, and Harden M. McConnell, J. Phys Chem. B, 104, 11409-11415 (2000). [pdf]

 

184. "Resonance Raman Studies of Heme Axial Ligation in H93G Myoglobin", Stefan Franzen, Steven G. Boxer, R. Brian Dyer, and William H. Woodruff, J. Phys Chem. B, 104, 10359-10367 (2000). [pdf]

 

183. "A liquid nitrogen immersion cryostat for optical measurements", Steven S. Andrews and Steven G. Boxer, Reviews of Scientific Instrumentation, 71, 3567-3569 (2000). [pdf]

 

182. "Excited State Energy Transfer Pathways in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers. 3. Ultrafast Emission from the Monomeric Bacteriochlorophylls", Brett A. King, Tim B. McAnaney, Alex deWinter, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys Chem. B, 104, 8895-8902 (2000). [pdf]

 

181. "Patterning Hybrid Surfaces of Proteins and Supported Lipid Bilayers", Li A. Kung, Lance Kam, Jennifer S. Hovis and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 16, 6773-6776 (2000). [pdf]

 

180. "Printing via Photolithography on Micropartitioned Fluid Lipid Membranes", Li A. Kung, Jay T. Groves, Nick Ulman, and Steven G. Boxer, Advanced Materials, 12, 731-734 (2000). [pdf]

 

179. "Patterning Barriers to Lateral Diffusion in Supported Lipid Bilayer Membranes by Blotting and Stamping", Jennifer S. Hovis and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 16, 894-897 (2000). [pdf]

 

178. "Electric Field Effects in Multicomponent Fluid Lipid Membranes", Jay T. Groves, Steven G. Boxer, and Harden M. McConnell, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 119, 119-124 (2000). [pdf]

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177. "The Role of the Distal and Proximal Protein Environments in Controlling the Ferric Spin State and in Stabilizing Thiolate Ligation in Heme Systems: Thiolate Adducts of the Myoglobin H93G Cavity Mutant", Mark P. Roach, Alycen E. Pond, Melissa R. Thomas, Steven G. Boxer, and John H. Dawson, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 121, 12088-12093 (1999). [pdf]

 

176. "Vibrational Stark Spectroscopy in Proteins: A Probe and Calibration for Electrostatic Fields", Eunice Park, Steven Andrews and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 103, 9813-9817 (1999). [pdf]

 

175. "The Mechanism of Triplet Energy Transfer from the Special Pair to the Carotenoid in Bacterial Reaction Centers", Alex deWinter and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 103, 8786-8789 (1999). [pdf]

 

174. "Excited State Electronic Asymmetry of the Special Pair in Photosynthetic Reaction Center Mutants: Absorption and Stark Spectroscopy", Laura J. Moore, Huilin Zhou, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 38, 11949-11960 (1999). [pdf]

 

173. "Hydrogen Bonding Modulates Binding of Exogenous Ligands in a Myoglobin Proximal Cavity Mutant", Sean M. Decatur, Kristin L. Belcher, Paula K. Rickert, Stefan Franzen, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 38, 11086-11092 (1999). [pdf]

 

172. "Assignment of the Heme Axial Ligand(s) for the Ferric Myoglobin (H93G) and Heme Oxygenase (H25A) Cavity Mutants as Oxygen Donors Using Magnetic Circular Dichroism", Alycen E. Pond, Mark P. Roach, Masanori Sono, Ann Huff Rux, Stefan Franzen, Robert Hu, Melissa R. Thomas, Angela Wilks, Masao Ikeda-Saito, Paul R. Ortiz de Montellano, William H. Woodruff, Steven G. Boxer, John H. Dawson, Biochemistry, 38, 7601-7608 (1999). [pdf]

 

171. "What Are the Constraints on the Evolution and Diversity of Biopolymers?" S.G. Boxer, S.A. Benner, M. Brunori, C.H. Chothia, T. Kiefhaber, Z. Luthey-Schulten, B.W. Matthews, J.N. Onuchic, R. Rigler, and P. Schuster, in Simplicity and Complexity in Proteins and Nucleic Acids, H. Frauenfelder, J. Deisenhofer, and P.G. Wolynes, eds., Berlin: Dahlem University Press, pp. 367 – 385, 1999.

 

170. "Brownian Ratchets: Molecular Separations in Lipid Bilayers Supported on Patterned Arrays", Alexander van Oudenaarden and Steven G. Boxer, Science, 285, 1046-1048 (1999). [pdf]

 

169. "Stark Effect Spectroscopy of the Heme Charge Transfer Bands of Deoxymyoglobin", Stefan Franzen, Laura J. Moore, William H. Woodruff, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemisty, 103, 3070-3072 (1999). [pdf]

 

168. "Writing and Erasing Barriers to Lateral Mobility Into Fluid Phospholipid Bilayers", Paul S. Cremer, Jay T. Groves, Li A. Kung and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 15, 3893-3896 (1999). [pdf]

 

167. "Studies of the Electronic Structure of Metallocene-based Second-order Non-linear Optical Dyes", Stephen Barlow, Heather E. Bunting, Catherine Ringham, Jennifer C. Green, Gerold U. Bublitz, Steven G. Boxer, Joseph W. Perry, and Seth Marder, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 121, 3715-3723 (1999). [pdf]

 

166. "Formation and Spreading of Lipid Bilayers On Planar Glass Supports", Paul S. Cremer and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 103, 2554-2559 (1999). [pdf]

 

165. "Probing Excited State Electron Transfer by Resonance Stark Spectroscopy. II. Theory and Application," Huilin Zhou and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 102, 9148-9160 (1998). [pdf]

164. "Probing Excited State Electron Transfer by Resonance Stark Spectroscopy. I. Experimental Results for Photosynthetic Reaction Centers," Huilin Zhou and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 102, 9139-9147 (1998). [pdf]

 

163. "The Electronic Structure of the Chromophore in Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)". Gerold Bublitz, Brett King, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 36, 9370-9371 (1998). [pdf]

 

162. "Interchromophore Interactions in Pigment-modified and Dimerless Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Laura J. Moore and Steven G. Boxer, Photosynthesis Research, 55, 173-180 (1998). [pdf]

 

161. "Effective Charger Transfer Distances in Mixed-Valence Transition Metal Complexes", Gerold U. Bublitz, William M. Laidlaw, Robert G. Denning and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 120, 6068-6075 (1998). [pdf]

 

160. "Substrate-Membrane Interactions: Mechanisms for Imposing Patterns on a Fluid Lipid Bilayer Membrane", Jay T. Groves, Nick Ulman, Paul Cremer, and Steven G. Boxer, Langmuir, 14, 3347-3350 (1998). [pdf]

 

159. "Effective Polarity of Frozen Solvent Glasses in the Vicinity of Dipolar Solutes", Gerold U. Bublitz and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 120, 3988-3992 (1998). [pdf]

 

158. "Electric Field-Induced Critical Demixing in Lipid Bilayer Membranes", Jay T. Groves, Steven G. Boxer, and Harden M. McConnell, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 95, 935-938 (1998). [pdf]

 

157. "Dynamics of Myoglobin-CO with the Proximal Histidine Removed: Vibrational Echo Experiments", K.D. Rector, J.R. Engholm, J.R. Hill, D.J. Myers, R. Hu, Steven G. Boxer, Dana D. Dlott, M.D. Fayer, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 102, 331-333 (1998). [pdf]

 

156. "Micropatterning fluid membranes," N. Ulman, J. T. Groves, and S. G. Boxer, Advanced Materials, 9, 1121-1123 (1997). [pdf]

 

155. "Thiolate Adducts of the Myoglobin Cavity Mutant H93G as Models for Cytochrome P-450", Mark P. Roach, Stefan Franzen, Phillip S.H. Pang, William H. Woodruff, Steven G. Boxer, and John H. Dawson, in Oxygen Homeostasis and Its Dynamics, T. Ishimura, H. Shimada, and M. Suematsu, Eds., Springer-Verlag:Tokyo, pp. 172-180 (1997).

 

154. "Electric Field-Induced Reorganization of Two-Component Supported Bilayer Membranes", Jay T. Groves, Steven G. Boxer, and Harden M. McConnell, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 94, 13390-13395 (1997). [pdf]

 

153. "Characterization of the Light Harvesting Antennas of Photosynthetic Purple Bacteria by Stark Spectroscopy: I. LH1 Antenna Complex and the B820 Subunit from Rhodospirillum rubrum", Lucas M.P. Beekman, Martin Steffen, Ivo H.M. van Stokkum, John D. Olsen, C. Neil Hunter, Steven G. Boxer, and Rienk van Grondelle, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 101, 7284-7292 (1997). [pdf]

 

152. "Temperature Dependence of the Qy Resonance Raman Spectra of Bacteriochlorophylls, the Primary Electron Donor, and Bacteriopheophytins in the Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Center", Nerine J. Cherepy, Andrew P. Shreve, Laura J. Moore, Steven G. Boxer, Richard A. Mathies, Biochemistry, 36, 8559-8566 (1997). [pdf]

 

151. "Crystal Structure and Photodynamic Behavior of the Blue-emission Variant Y66H/Y145F of Green Fluorescent Protein", Rebekka M. Wachter, Brett A. King, Roger Heim, Karen Kallio, Roger Y. Tsien, Steven G. Boxer, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 36, 9759-9765 (1997). [pdf]

 

150. "Charge Resonance Effects on Electronic Absorption Lineshapes: Application to the Heterodimer Absorption of Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Huilin Zhou and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 101, 5759-5766 (1997). [pdf]

 

149. "Excited State Energy Transfer Pathways in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers. 2. Heterodimer Special Pair", Brett A. King, Robert J. Stanley, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 101, 3644-3648 (1997). [pdf]

 

148. "Large Molecular Third-Order Optical Nonlinearities in Polarized Carotenoids", S.R. Marder, W.E. Torruellas, M. Blanchard-Desce, V. Ricci, G.I. Stegeman, S. Gilmour, J.-L. Brédas, J. Li, Gerold Bublitz, and Steven G. Boxer, Science, 276, 1233-1236 (1997). [pdf]

 

147. "Stark Spectroscopy: Applications in Chemistry, Biology and Materials Science", Gerold Bublitz, and Steven G. Boxer, Annual Reviews of Physical Chemistry, 48, 213-242 (1997). [pdf]

 

146. "Stark Spectroscopy of Donor/Acceptor Substituted Polyenes", Gerold U. Bublitz, Raphael Ortiz, Seth R. Marder, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 119, 3365-3376 (1997). [pdf]

 

145. "Electronic and Nuclear Dynamics of the Accessory Bacteriochlorophylls in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers from Resonance Raman Intensities", Nerine J. Cherepy, Andrew P. Shreve, Laura J. Moore, Steven G. Boxer, and Richard A. Mathies, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 101, 3250-3260 (1997). [pdf]

 

144. "On the Origin of Heme Absorption Band Shifts and Associated Protein Structural Relaxation in Myoglobin Following Flash Photolysis", Stefan Franzen and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 272, 9655-9660 (1997). [pdf]

 

143. "Stark Spectroscopy of Donor-Acceptor Polyenes: Correlation with Nonlinear Optical Measurements", Gerold U. Bublitz, Rafael Ortiz, Claude Runser, Alain Fort, Marguerite Barzoukas, Seth R. Marder, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 119, 2311-2312 (1997). [pdf]

 

142. "Micropatterning Fluid Lipid Bilayers on Solid Supports", Jay T. Groves, Nick Ulman, and Steven G. Boxer,Science, 275, 651-653 (1997). [pdf]

 

141. "Two-Photon Excitation of 4'-Hydroxymethyl-4,5',8-Trimethylpsoralen", Dennis H. Oh, Robert J. Stanley, Michelle Lin, Warren K. Hoeffler, Steven G. Boxer, Michael W. Berns, and Eugene A. Bauer, Photochemistry and Photobiology, 65, 91- 95 (1997). [pdf]

 

140. "Architecture and Function of Membrane Proteins in Planar Supported Bilayers: A Study with Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Joshua Salafsky, Jay T. Groves, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 35, 14773-14781 (1996). [pdf]

 

139. "Electrical Manipulation of Glycan-Phosphatidyl Inositol-Tethered Proteins in Planar Supported Bilayers", Jay T. Groves, Christoph Wölfing, and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 71, 2716- 2723 (1996). [pdf]

 

138. "Another Green Revolution", Steven G. Boxer, Nature News & Views, 383, 484-485 (1996). [pdf]

 

137. "Rapid Isolation of Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers with an Engineered Poly-Histidine Tag", Joshua O. Goldsmith and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1276, 171-175 (1996). [pdf]

 

136. "Ultra-fast Excited State Dynamics in Green Fluorescent Protein: Multiple States and Proton Transfer", Mita Chattoraj, Brett A. King, Gerold U. Bublitz, and Steven G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 93, 8362-8367 (1996). [pdf]

 

135. "Vibrational Dynamics of Carbon Monoxide at the Active Sites of Mutant Heme Proteins", Jeffrey R. Hill, Dana D. Dlott, C. W. Rella, Kristen A. Peterson, Sean M. Decatur, Steven G. Boxer, and Michael D. Fayer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100, 12100-12107 (1996). [pdf]

 

134. "Excited State Energy Transfer Pathways in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers. 1. Structural Symmetry Effects", Robert J. Stanley, Brett King, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100, 12052-12059 (1996). [pdf]

 

133. "Stark Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Systems", Steven G. Boxer (J. Amesz and A. Hoff eds.), Biophysical Techniques in in Photosynthesis, Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, 3, 177-189 (1996). [pdf]

 

132. "Dipolar Character of Ligand-Centered Transitions in Transition Metal Tris-bipyridine Complexes", Stephan J. Hug, and Steven G. Boxer, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 242, 323-327 (1996). [pdf]

 

131. "Trans Effects in Nitric Oxide Binding to Myoglobin Cavity Mutant H93G", Sean M. Decatur, Stefan Franzen, Gia D. DePillis, R. Brian Dyer, William H. Woodruff, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 35, 4939-4944 (1996). [pdf]

 

130. "Modulation of Protein Function by Exogenous Ligands in Protein Cavities: CO Binding to a Myoglobin Cavity Mutant Containing Unnatural Proximal Ligands", Sean M. Decatur, Gia D. DePillis, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 35, 3925-3932 (1996). [pdf]

 

129. "Mg Coordination by Amino Acid Side Chains is Not Required for Assembly and Function of the Special Pair in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Joshua O. Goldsmith, Brett King, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 35, 2421-2428 (1996). [pdf]

 

128. "Electric Field-Induced Concentration Gradients in Planar Supported Bilayers", Jay T. Groves and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 69, 1972-1975 (1995). [pdf]

 

127. "Effects of Applied Electric Fields on the Quantum Yields for the Initial Electron Transfer Steps in Bacterial Photosynthesis: II. Dynamic Stark Effect", Kaiqin Lao, Stefan Franzen, Martin Steffen, David Lambright Robert Stanley, and Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics, 197, 259-275 (1995). [pdf]

 

126. "A Test of the Role of Electrostatic Interactions in Determining the CO Stretch Frequency in Carbonmonoxymyoglobin", Sean M. Decatur and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica Biophysica Research Communications, 212, 159-164 (1995). [pdf]

 

125. "Functional Aspects of Ultra-rapid Heme Doming in Hemoglobin, Myoglobin, and the Myoglobin Mutant H93G", Stefan Franzen, Bridgett Bohn, Claude Poyart, Gia DePillis, Steven G. Boxer, and Jean-Louis Martin, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 270, 1718-1720 (1995). [pdf]

124. "Stark Effect Spectroscopy of Tryptophan", Daniel W. Pierce and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 68, 1583-1591 (1995). [pdf]

 

123. "1H NMR Characterization of Myoglobins Where Exogenous Ligands Replace the Proximal Histidine", Sean M. Decatur and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 34, 2122-2129 (1995). [pdf]

 

122. "Vibrational Stark Effect Spectroscopy", Arun Chattapadhyay and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 117, 1449-1450 (1995). [pdf]

 

121. "Oscillations in the Spontaneous Fluorescence from the Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Robert J. Stanley and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 99, 859-863 (1995). [pdf]

 

120. "Higher-Order Stark Spectroscopy: Polarizability of Photosynthetic Pigments", Kaiqin Lao, Laura J. Moore, Huilin Zhou, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 99, 496-500 (1995). [pdf]

 

119. "Casting a Cold Eye over Myoglobin", Steven G. Boxer and Philip A. Anfinrud, Nature Structural Biology, 1, 749-751 (1994). [pdf]

 

118. "Spectroscopic Study of Ser92 Mutants of Human Myoglobin: Hydrogen Bonding Effect of Ser92 to Proximal His93 on Structure and Property of Myoglobin", Yoshitsugu Shiro, Tetsutaro Iizuka, Koji Marubayashi, Takashi Ogura, Teizo Kitagawa, Sriram Balasubramanian, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 33, 14986-14992 (1994). [pdf]

 

117. "Functional Cavities in Proteins: A General Method for Proximal Ligand Substitution in Myoglobin", Gia D. DePillis, Sean M. Decatur, Doug Barrick, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 116, 6981-6982 (1994). [pdf]

 

116. "Near-Infrared Resonance Raman Spectroscopy of the Special Pair and the Accessory Bacteriochlorophylls in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Nerine J. Cherepy, Andrew P. Shreve, Laura J. Moore, Stefan Franzen, Steven G. Boxer, and Richard A. Mathies, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 98, 6023-6029 (1994). [pdf]

 

115. "Determination of the Carbon Monoxide Binding Constants of Myoglobin Mutants: Comparison of Kinetic and Equilibrium Methods", Sriram Balasubramanian, David G. Lambright, Joe H. Simmons, Stanley J. Gill, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 33, 8355-8360 (1994). [pdf]

 

114. "Anatomy and Dynamics of a Ligand-Binding Pathway in Myoglobin: The Roles of Residues 45, 60, 64 and 68", David G. Lambright, Sriram Balasubramanian, Sean M. Decatur, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 33, 5518-5525 (1994). [pdf]

 

113. "Dielectric Asymmetry in the Photosynthetic Reaction Center", Martin A. Steffen, Kaiqin Lao, and Steven G. Boxer, Science, 264, 810-816 (1994). [pdf]

 

112. "Ultrafast Measurements of Geminate Recombination of NO with Site-specific Mutants of Human Myoglobin", J. W. Petrich, J.-C. Lambay, Sriram Balasubramanian, David G. Lambright, Steven G. Boxer, and J.L. Martin , Journal of Molecular Biology, 238, 437-444 (1994). [pdf]

 

111. "Discovery of New Ligand Binding Pathways in Myoglobin by Random Mutagenesis", Xiaohua Huang and Steven G. Boxer, Structural Biology, 1, 226-229 (1994). [pdf]

 

110. "Energetics of the Initial Charge Separation in Bacterial Photosynthesis: the Triplet Decay in Very High Magnetic Fields", Richard A. Goldstein, Larry Takiff, and Steven G. Boxer (E. V. Mielczarek, E. Greenbaum, and R.S. Knox, eds.), Biological Physics, Key Papers in Physics, American Institute of Physics, New York, 411-421 (1993).

 

109. "Effects of Applied Electric Fields on the Quantum Yields of the Initial Electron-Transfer Steps in Bacterial Photosynthesis. 1. Quantum Yield Failure", Kaiqin Lao, Stefan Franzen, Robert J. Stanley, David G. Lambright, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 97, 13165-13171 (1993). [pdf]

 

108. "Stark Effect Spectroscopy of the 1250 nm P+ Band of Rhodobacter sphaeroides Reaction Centers and Related Model Compounds", Jonathan W. Stocker, Stephan Hug and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1144, 325-330 (1993). [pdf]

 

107. "Dynamics of Protein Relaxation in Site-Specific Mutants of Human Myoglobin", David G. Lambright, Sriram Balasubramanian, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry 32, 10116-10124 (1993). [pdf]

 

106. "Stark Effect (Electroabsorption) Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Reaction Centers at 1.5 K: Evidence that the Special Pair has a Large Excited-State Polarizability", Thomas R. Middendorf, Laura T. Mazzola, Kaiqin Lao, Martin A. Steffen, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1144, 223-234 (1993). [pdf]

 

105. "Perturbations of the Distal Heme Pocket in Human Myoglobin Mutants Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy of Bound CO: Correlation with Ligand Binding Kinetics", Sriram Balasubramanian, David G. Lambright and Steven G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 90, 4718-4722 (1993). [pdf]

 

104. "Temperature Dependence of the Electric Field Modulation of Electron-Transfer Rates: Charge Recombination in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Stefan Franzen, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 97, 6304-6318 (1993). [pdf]

 

103. "Photosynthetic Reaction Center Mutagenesis via Chimeric Rescue of a Non-functional Rhodobacter capsulatuspuf Operon with Sequences from Rhodobacter sphaeroides", Aileen K.W. Taguchi, Jonathan. W. Stocker, Steven G. Boxer, and Neal W. Woodbury, Photosynthesis Research, 36, 43-58 (1993). [pdf]

 

102. "CO Recombination to Human Myoglobin Mutants in Glycerol-Water Solutions", Sriram Balasubramanian, David G. Lambright, Michael C. Marden, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 32, 2202-2212 (1993). [pdf]

 

101. "Distance Dependence of Electron-Transfer Reactions in Organized Systems: The Role of Superexchange and Non-Condon Effects in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Stefan Franzen, Robert F. Goldstein, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 97, 3040-3053 (1993). [pdf]

 

100. "Photosynthetic Reaction Center Spectroscopy and Electron Transfer Dynamics in Applied Electric Fields", Steven G. Boxer (J. Deisenhofer and J.R. Norris, eds.), The Photosynthetic Reaction Center , Academic Press, 2, 179-220 (1993).

 

99. "Electric Field Effects on the Quantum Yields and Kinetics of Fluorescence and Transient Intermediates in Bacterial Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Stefan Franzen, Kaiqin Lao, David J. Lockhart, Robert Stanley, Martin Steffen, and Jonathan W. Stocker (J. Breton and A. Vermeglio, Eds.), The Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Center II, Plenum Press, New York, 271-282 (1992).

 

98. "Spectroscopic and Redox Properties of Sym1 and (M)F195H Rhodobacter capsulatus Reaction Center Symmetry Mutants Which Affect the Initial Electron Donor", Jonathan. W. Stocker, Aileen K.W. Taguchi, Heather A. Murchison, Neal W. Woodbury, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 31, 10356-10362 (1992).[pdf]

 

97. "Biochemical Characterization and Electron-Transfer Reactions of sym1, a Rhodobacter capsulatus Reaction Center Symmetry Mutant which Affects the Initial Electron Donor", Aileen K.W. Taguchi, Jonathan W. Stocker, Rhett G. Alden, Timothy P. Gausgrove, Jeffrey M. Pelequin, Steven G. Boxer, and Neal W. Woodbury, Biochemistry, 31, 10345-10355 (1992). [pdf]

 

96. "Selective Examination of Heme Protein Azide Ligand-Distal Globin Interactions Vibrational Circular Dichroism", Richard W. Bormett, Sanford A. Asher, Peter J. Larkin, William G. Gustafson, N. Ragunathan, Theresa B. Freedman, Laurence A. Nafie, Sriram Balasubramanian, Steven G. Boxer, Nai-Teng Yu, Klaus Gersonde, Robert W. Noble, Barry A. Springer, and Stephen G. Sligar, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 114, 6864-6867 (1992). [pdf]

 

95. "Some Speculations Concerning the Evolution of Photosynthetic Function", Steven G. Boxer, Photosynthesis Research, 33, 113-119 (1992). [pdf]

 

94. "Electric Field Effects on Kinetics of Electron Transfer Reactions: Connection Between Experiment and Theory", Stefan Franzen, Kaiqin Lao, and Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics Letters, 197, 380 (1992). [pdf]

 

93. "Re-engineering Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Jon Stocker, Stefan Franzen, and Joshua Salafsky, (in Molecular Electronics Science and Technology, Ari Aviram, ed.), American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, American Institute of Physics, New York, 226-236 (1992).). [pdf]

 

92. "Dielectric Relaxation in a Protein Matrix", Daniel Pierce and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 96, 5560-5566 (1992). [pdf]

 

91. "Studies of Crystalline Aggregates of Pheophorbide and Bacteriopheophorbide by Electro-Absorption (Stark Effect) Spectroscopy and Powder X-ray Diffraction", David S. Gottfried and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Luminescence(special issue), 51, 39-50 (1992). [pdf]

 

90. "Radical Pair Reaction Dynamics in Large Magnetic Fields: Application to the Initial Intermediate in Photosynthesis", Steven G. Boxer in Physical Phenomena at High Magnetic Field, E. Manousakas, P. Schlottmann, P. Kumar, K.S. Bedell, F.M. Mueller, Eds., Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., pp. 437-451 (1992).

 

89. "Photochemical Hole-burning Spectroscopy of Bovine Rhodopsin and Bacteriorhodopsin", Glen R. Loppnow, Richard A. Mathies, Thomas R. Middendorf, David S. Gottfried, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 96, 737-745 (1992). [pdf]

 

88. "Rapid-flow Resonance Raman Spectroscopy of Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Andrew P. Shreve, Nerine J. Cherepy, Stefan Franzen, Steven G. Boxer, and Richard Mathies, Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A., 88, 11207-11211 (1991) [pdf]

 

87. "Protein Relaxation Dynamics in Human Myoglobin", David G. Lambright, Sriram Balasubramanian, and Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics, 158, 249-260 (1991). [pdf]

 

86. "Photochemical Hole-Burning Spectroscopy of a Photosynthetic Reaction Center Mutant with Altered Charge Separation Kinetics: Properties and Decay of the Initially Excited State", Thomas R. Middendorf, Laura M. Mazzola, Dale F. Gaul, Craig C. Schenck, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95, 10142-10151 (1991). [pdf]

 

85. "Stark Effect Spectroscopy of Carotenoids in Reaction Center and Antenna Complexes from Photosynthetic Bacteria", David S. Gottfried, Martin A. Steffen, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1059, 76-90 (1991). [pdf]

84. "Stark Effect Spectroscopy of Bacteriochlorophyll in Light-harvesting Complexes from Photosynthetic Bacteria", David S. Gottfried, Jonathan Stocker, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1059, 63-75 (1991). [pdf]

 

83. "Electroabsorption (Stark Effect) Spectroscopy of Mono- and Biruthenium Charge-Transfer Complexes: Measurements of Changes in Dipole Moments and Other Electrooptic Properties", Dennis H. Oh., Mitsura Sano, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 113, 6880-6890 (1991). [pdf]

 

82. "Manipulation of Electron-Transfer Reaction Rates with Applied Electric Fields: Application of Long Distance Charge Recombination in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Stefan Franzen, and Steven G. Boxer (J.R. Bolton, N. Mataga, G. McLendon, eds.), Advances in Chemistry Series, 228, 149-162 (1991).

 

81. "Electric Field Effects on Emission Line Shapes when Electron Transfer Competes with Emission: an Example from Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", David J. Lockhart, Sharon L. Hammes, Stefan Franzen. and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95, 2217-2226 (1991). [pdf]

 

80. "Large Protein-Induced Dipoles for a Symmetric Carotenoid in a Photosynthetic Antenna Complex", David S. Gottfried, Martin A. Steffen, and Steven G. Boxer, Science, 251, 662-665 (1991). [pdf]

 

79. "Site-directed Mutations Affecting Primary Photochemistry in Reaction Centers: Effects of Dissymmetry in the Special Pair", C. C. Schenck, D. Gaul, M. Steffen, S. G. Boxer, L. M. McDowell, C. Kirmaier, and D. Holten, Springer Series in Biophysics (M.-E. Michel-Beyerle, Ed.), 6, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 229-238 (1990).

 

78. "Electric Field Modulation of the Fluorescence Lineshape for Photosynthetic Reaction Centers: A New Probe of the Primary Electron Transfer Mechanism", S. G. Boxer, D. J. Lockhart, S. Franzen and S. H. Hammes, Springer Series in Biophysics (M.-E. Michel-Beyerle, Ed.), 6, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 147-155 (1990).

 

77. "Preliminary Characterization of pAT-3, a Symmetry Enhanced Reaction Center Mutant of Rhodobacter capsulatus", N. W. Woodbury, A. K. Taguchi, J. W. Stocker, and S. G. Boxer, Springer Series in Biophysics (M.-E. Michel-Beyerle, Ed.), 6, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 303-312 (1990).

 

76. "Electrochromism in the Near-Infrared Absorption Spectra of Bridged Ruthenium Mixed-Valence Complexes", Dennis H. Oh and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 112, 8161-8162 (1990). [pdf]

 

75. "Electric Field Effects on the Initial Electron-Transfer Kinetics in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", David J. Lockhart, Christine Kirmaier, Dewey Holten, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 94, 6987-6995 (1990). [pdf]

 

74. "X-ray Crystal Structure of a Mutant Recombinant Human Myoglobin at 2.8Å Resolution", Steven R. Hubbard, Wayne A. Hendrickson, David G. Lambright and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Molecular Biology, 213, 215-218 (1990). [pdf]

 

73. "Stark Effect Spectroscopy of the Rhodobacter sphaeroides Reaction Center Heterodimer Mutant", Sharon Hammes, Laura Mazzola, Steven G. Boxer, Dale F. Gaul, and Craig C. Schenck, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 87, 5682-5686 (1990). [pdf]

 

72. "Electric Field Modulation of Electron Transfer Reaction Rates in Isotropic Systems: Long-Distance Charge Recombination in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Stefan Franzen, Robert F. Goldstein, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 94, 5135-5149 (1990). [pdf]

 

71. "Chimeric Rescue of Rb. capsulatus Reaction Center Genes with Sequences from Rb. sphaeroides", Aileen K. Taguchi, Neal W. Woodbury, Jon W. Stocker, and Steven G. Boxer, in Current Research in Photosynthesis, M. Baltscheffsky, Ed., Kluwer, Dordrecht, Vol. 3, pp. 529-532 (1990). [pdf]

 

70. "Electric Field Effects on the Initial PS Electron Transfer Kinetics and Spectra of Wild-Type and Heterodimer Mutant Rb. sphaeroides Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, David J. Lockhart, Sharon Hammes, Laura Mazzola, Christine Kirmaier, Dewey Holten, Dale Gaul, and Craig Schenck, in Current Research in Photosynthesis, M. Baltscheffsky, Ed., Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1, 113-116 (1990).

 

69. "Characterization of the Overall and Internal Dynamics of Short Oligonucleotides by Depolarized Dynamic Light Scattering and NMR Relaxation Measurements", Wolfgang Eimer, James R. Williamson, Steven G. Boxer and R. Pecora, Biochemistry, 29, 799-811 (1990). [pdf]

 

68. "Mechanisms of Long Distance Electron Transfer in Proteins: Lessons from Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Annual Reviews of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry, 19, 267-299 (1990). [pdf]

 

67. "Mechanism of Charge Separation in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers: Electric Field Effects on the Initial Electron Transfer Kinetics", Steven G. Boxer, David J. Lockhart, Christine Kirmaier, and Dewey Holten, Proceedings of the 22nd Jerusalem Symposium on Quantum Chemistry and Biochemistry, J. Jortner and B. Pullman, Eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 39-52 (1990).

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66. "Excited States, Electron Transfer Reactions, and Intermediates in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Richard A. Goldstein, David J. Lockhart, Thomas R. Middendorf and Larry Takiff, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 93, 8280-8294 (1989). [pdf]

 

65. "The Effect of Very High Magnetic Fields on the Reaction Dynamics in Bacterial Reaction Centers: Implications for the Reaction Mechanism", Richard A. Goldstein and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 977, 78-86 (1989). [pdf]

 

64. "The Effect of Very High Magnetic Fields on the Delayed Fluorescence from Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Richard Goldstein and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 977, 70-77 (1989). [pdf]

 

63. "A High Precision Structure of a Bacteriochlorophyll Derivative, Methyl Bacteriopheophorbide a", K.M. Barkigia, D.S. Gottfried, Steven G. Boxer, and J. Fajer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 111, 6444-6446 (1989). [pdf]

 

62. "Electrostatic Interactions in Wild Type and Mutant Recombinant Human Myoglobins", Raghavan Varadarajan, David G. Lambright and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 28, 3771-3781 (1989). [pdf]

 

61. "Ligand and Proton Exchange Dynamics in Recombinant Human Myoglobin Mutants", David G. Lambright, Sriram Balasubramanian, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Molecular Biology, 207, 289-299 (1989). [pdf]

 

60. "Multi-nuclear NMR Studies of DNA Hairpins: 2. Sequence-Dependent Structural Variations", Jamie R. Williamson, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 28, 2831-2836 (1989). [pdf]

 

59. "Multi-nuclear NMR Studies of DNA Hairpins: 1. Structure and Dynamics of d(CGCGTTGTTCGCG)", Jamie R. Williamson and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 28, 2819-2831 (1989). [pdf]

 

58. "Stark Effect Spectra of Ru(Diimine)32+ Complexes", Dennis H. Oh and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 111, 1130-1131 (1989). [pdf]

 

57. "Effects of Buried Ionizable Amino Acids on the Reduction Potential of Recombinant Myoglobin", Raghavan Varadarajan, Thomas E. Zewart, Harry B. Gray, and Steven G. Boxer, Science, 243, 69-73 (1989). [pdf]

 

56. "Electric Field Effects on Electron Transfer Reaction in Isotropic Systems", Steven G. Boxer, David J. Lockhart, and Stefan Franzen, in Photochemical Energy Conversion, J.R. Norris, Jr. and D. Meisel, Eds., Elsevier, New York, pp. 196-210 (1989).

 

55. "The Uses of Magnetic and Electric Fields to Probe Photoinduced Electron Transfer Reactions", Steven G. Boxer, Richard A. Goldstein, and Stefan Franzen, in Photoinduced Electron Transfer (M.A. Fox and M. Chanon, Eds.), Volume B, pp. 163-215, 1988, Elsevier Press, Amsterdam.

 

54. "Structure-Based Analysis of the Initial Electron Transfer Step in Bacterial Photosynthesis: Electric Field Induced Fluorescence Anisotropy", David J. Lockhart, Robert F. Goldstein, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of Chemical Physics, 89, 1408-1415 (1988). [pdf]

 

53. "Phosphorescence Spectra of Bacteriochlorophylls", Larry Takiff and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 110, 4425-4426 (1988). [pdf]

 

52. "Energetics of Initial Charge Separation in Bacterial Photosynthesis: The Triplet Decay Rate in Very High Magnetic Fields", Richard A. Goldstein, Larry Takiff, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 934, 253-263 (1988). [pdf]

 

51. "The Nature of Excited States and Intermediates in Bacterial Photosynthesis", Steven G. Boxer, Richard A. Goldstein, David J. Lockhart, Thomas R. Middendorf, and Larry Takiff, in The Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Center: Structure and Dynamics, NATO ASI Series, Series A, Volume 149 (J. Breton and A. Vermeglio, eds.), Plenum, pp. 165-176 (1988).

 

50. "Phosphorescence from the Primary Electron Donor in Rhodobacter sphaeroides and Rhodopseudomonas viridis Reaction Centers", Larry Takiff and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 932, 325-334 (1988). [pdf]

 

49. "Synthesis of a Thymidine Phosphoramidite Labelled with 13C at C6: Relaxation Studies of the Loop Region in a 13C Labelled DNA Hairpin", James R. Williamson and Steven G. Boxer, Nucleic Acids Research, 16, 1529-1540 (1988). [pdf]

 

48. "Electric Field Modulation of the Fluorescence Spectrum from Rhodobacter Sphaeroides Reaction Centers", David J. Lockhart and Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics Letters, 144, 243-250 (1988). [pdf]

 

47. "Stark Effect Spectroscopy of Rhodobacter Sphaeroides and Rhodopseudomonas Viridis Reaction Centers," David J. Lockhart and Steven G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, U.S.A., 85, 107-111 (1988). [pdf]

 

46. "Photochemical Holeburning and Stark Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, David J. Lockhart, and Thomas R. Middendorf, Springer Proceedings in Physics, 20, 80-90 (1987).

 

45. "Structure and Function in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, in Biological Organization: Macromolecular Interactions at High Resolution, P & S Medical Sciences Symposia, R.M. Burnett, and H. J. Vogel, eds., Academic Press, New York, 271-282 (1987).

 

44. "Effects of Nuclear Spin Polarization on Reaction Dynamics in Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers", Richard A. Goldstein, and Steven G. Boxer, Biophysical Journal, 51, 937-946 (1987). [pdf]

 

43. "Photochemical and Non-Photochemical Holeburning Studies of Energy and Electron Transfer in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers and Model Systems", Steven G. Boxer, Thomas R. Middendorf, David J. Lockhart, and David Gottfried, Progress in Photosynthesis Research (ed. J. Biggins) Martinus Nijhoff, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1, 1.17-1.24, (1987).

 

42. "Nonphotochemical Holeburning in a Protein Matrix: Chlorophyllide in Apomyoglobin", Steven G. Boxer, David Gottfried, David Lockhart, and Tom Middendorf, Journal of Chemical Physics, 86, 2439-2441 (1987). [pdf]

 

41. "Magnitude and Direction of the Change in Dipole Moment Associated with Excitation of the Primary Electron Donor in Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides Reaction Centers", David J. Lockhart, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 26, 664-668; (1987). [pdf]

 

40. "Electron and Energy Transfer in Real and Artificial Photosynthetic Systems", S.G. Boxer, A. Kuki, D.J. Lockhart, T.R. Middendorf, and R. Moog, in Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar on Energy Transfer, August 1985, J. Pantoflicek and P. Pancoska, eds., 108-115 (1986).

 

39. "Fluorescence Lifetimes Measurements Using a Synchrotron Source", Steven G. Boxer and Rodney R. Bucks, Methods in Enzymology, Volume 130, 484-493 (1986). [pdf]

 

38. "Reversible Photochemical Holeburning in Rhodopseudomonas viridis Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Thomas R. Middendorf and David J. Lockhart, FEBS Letters, 200, 237-241 (1986). [pdf]

 

37. "Photochemical Hole-burning in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, David J. Lockhart, and Thomas R. Middendorf, Chemical Physics Letters, 123, 476-482 (1986). [pdf]

 

36. "Structure and Energetics in Reaction Centers and Semi-Synthetic Chlorophyll Protein Complexes", Steven G. Boxer, in Antennas and Reaction Centers of Photosynthetic Bacteria - Structure, Interactions, and Dynamics, M.E. Michel-Beyerle, editor, Series in Chemical Physics, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 306-313 (1985).

 

35. "Effects of Magnetic Fields on the Triplet State Lifetime in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers: Evidence for Thermal Repopulation of the Initial Radical Pair", Christopher E. D. Chidsey, Larry Takiff, Richard Goldstein, and Steven G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A., 82, 6850-6854 (1985). [pdf]

 

34. "Cloning, Expression in E. coli, and Reconstitution of Human Myoglobin", Raghavan Varadarajan, Alex Szabo, and Steven G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A., 82, 5681-5684 (1985). [pdf]

 

33. "Magnetic Field Dependence of Radical Pair Decay Kinetics and Molecular Triplet Quantum Yield in Quinone-Depleted Reaction Centers", Christopher E. D. Chidsey, Christine Kirmaier, Dewey Holten, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 766, 424-437 (1984). [pdf]

 

32. "Magnetic Field Effects and NMR of Bacterial Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Christopher E. D. Chidsey, Joseph Fischer, Larry Takiff, Christine Kirmaier, and Dewey Holten, in Advances in Photosynthesis Research, Sybesma, C. (Ed.), Vol. I, pp. 223-226 (1984).

 

31. "Chemically Induced Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Studies of Yeast tRNAPhe", Elizabeth F. McCord, Kathleen M. Morden, Ignacio Tinoco, Jr., and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 23, 1935-1939 (1984). [pdf]

 

30. "Chemically Induced Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Studies of Guanosine in Nucleotides, Dinucleotides, and Oligonucleotides", Elizabeth F. McCord, Kathleen M. Morden, Arthur S. Pardi, Ignacio Tinoco, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 23, 1926-1934 (1984). [pdf]

 

29. "Excitation Transport and Trapping in a Synthetic Chlorophyllide Substituted Hemoglobin: The Orientation of the Chlorophyll S1 Transition Dipole", Richard S. Moog, Atsuo Kuki, M.D. Fayer, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 23, 1564-1571 (1984). [pdf]

 

28. "Model Reactions in Photosynthesis", Steven G. Boxer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta Reviews in Bioenergetics, 726, 265-292 (1983). [pdf]

 

27. "Chlorophyll-Protein Interactions", Steven G. Boxer, Yearbook of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill, pp. 119-121 (1983).

 

26. "Magnetic Field Effects on Reaction Yields in the Solid-State: An Example from Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Christopher E. D. Chidsey, and Mark G. Roelofs, Annual Reviews of Physical Chemistry, 34, 389-417 (1983). [pdf]

 

25. "Chlorophyllide-substituted Hemoglobin Tetramers and Hybrids: Preparation, Properties and Energy Transfer", Atsuo Kuki and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 22, 2923-2933 (1983). [pdf]

 

24. "Viscosity Dependence of the Rotational Reorientation of Rhodamine B in Mono- and Poly-alcohols", Rick S. Moog, Mark D. Ediger, Steven G. Boxer and Michael D. Fayer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 86, 4694 (1982). [pdf]

 

23. "Investigation of the Lowest Triplet State of the Pyrochlorophyllide a- Apomyoglobin Complex by Zero-field Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance", Richard H. Clarke, Eugene B. Hanlon, and Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics Letters, 89, 41-44 (1982). [pdf]

 

22. "Anisotropic Magnetic Interactions in the Primary Radical-Ion Pair in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Christopher E.D. Chidsey, and Mark G. Roelofs, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 79, 4632-4636 (1982). [pdf]

 

21. "A Picosecond Spectroscopic Study of Chlorophyll-Based Models for the Primary Photochemistry of Photosynthesis", Rodney R. Bucks, Thomas L. Netzel, Itchura Fujita, and Steven G. Boxer, The Journal of Physical Chemistry, 86, 1947-1955 (1982). [pdf]

 

20. "On the Refractive Index Correction In Luminescence Spectroscopy", Mark D. Ediger, Rick S. Moog, Steven G. Boxer, and Michael D. Fayer, Chemical Physics Letters, 88, 123-127 (1982). [pdf]

 

19. "Dependence of the Yield of a Radical-Pair Reaction in the Solid State on Orientation in a Magnetic Field", Steven G. Boxer, Christopher E.D. Chidsey, and Mark G. Roelofs, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 104, 2674-2675 (1982). [pdf]

 

18. "Contribution of Spin-Spin Interactions to the Magnetic Field Dependence of the Triplet Quantum Yield in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Mark G. Roelofs, Christopher E.D. Chidsey, and Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics Letters, 87, 582-588 (1982). [pdf]

 

17. "The Use of Large Magnetic Fields to Probe Photoinduced Electron Transfer Reactions: An Example from Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Steven G. Boxer, Christopher E.D. Chidsey, and Mark G. Roelofs, The Journal of the American Chemical Society, 104, 1452-1454 (1982). [pdf]

 

16. "Oriented Properties of the Chlorophylls: Electronic Absorption Spectroscopy of Orthorhombic Pyrochlorophyllide a-apomyoglobin Single Crystals", Steven G. Boxer, Atsuo Kuki, Karen A. Wright, Bradley A. Katz, and Nguyen H. Xuong, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 79, 1121-1125 (1982). [pdf]

 

15. "Synthesis and Spectroscopic Properties of a Novel Cofacial Chlorophyll-Based Dimer", Rodney R. Bucks and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 104, 340-343 (1982). [pdf]

 

14. "Chlorophyll-Amino Acid Interactions in Synthetic Models", Steven G. Boxer and Rodney R. Bucks, Israel Journal of Chemistry (Special Photosynthesis Issue), 21, 259-264 (1981). [pdf]

 

13. "Solution Properties of Synthetic Chlorophyllide- and Bacteriochlorophyllide - apomyoglobin Complexes", Steven G. Boxer, and Karen A. Wright, Biochemistry, 20, 7546-7556 (1981). [pdf]

 

12. "UV Excimer Laser Chemically Induced Dynamic Nuclear Polarization of Amino Acids at 360 MHz", Elizabeth F. McCord, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochimical Biophysical Research Communications, 100, 1436-1443 (1981). [pdf]

 

11. "Laser Chemically Induced Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Study of the Reaction between Photoexcited Flavins and Tryptophan Derivatives at 360 MHz", Elizabeth F. McCord, Rodney R. Bucks, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 20, 2880-2888 (1981). [pdf]

 

10. "A Report on Picosecond Studies of Electron Transfer in Photosynthetic Models", T.L. Netzel, R.R. Bucks, S.G. Boxer, and J. Fujita, in Picosecond Phenomena II, R. M. Hochstrasser, W. Kaiser, and C.V. Shank, Eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1980, pp. 322-326.

 

9. "The Effect of Large Magnetic Fields and the g-factor Difference On the Triplet Population in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers", Christopher E.D. Chidsey, Mark G. Roelofs, and Steven G. Boxer, Chemical Physics Letters, 74, 113-118 (1980). [pdf]

1970's

8. "Preparation and Properties of a Chlorophyllide-apomyoglobin Complex", Steven G. Boxer and Karen A. Wright, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 101, 6791-6794 (1979). [pdf]

7. "Chromophore Organization in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers: High Resolution Magneto-Photoselection", Steven G. Boxer and Mark G. Roelofs, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, U.S.A., 76, 5636-5640 (1979). [pdf]

 

6. "A Structural Model for the Photosynthetic Reaction Center", Steven G. Boxer and Rodney R. Bucks, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 101, 1883-1885 (1979). [pdf]

 

5. "Photoprocesses in Covalently Linked Pyrochlorophyllide Dimer: Triplet State Formation and Opening and Closing of Hydroxylic Linkages", N. Periasany, H. Linschitz, G.L. Closs, and S.G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, U.S.A. 75, 2563-2566 (1978). [pdf]

 

4. S. G. Boxer "NMR of Triplet Excited States; Excited States, Electron Transfer Reactions and Dimers of Chlorophyll Derivatives", Ph.D. Thesis, University of Chicago, (1976).

 

3. "A Covalently Bound Dimeric Derivative of Pyrochlorophyllide a. A Possible Model for Reaction Center Chlorophyll", S.G. Boxer and G.L. Closs, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 98, 5406-5408 (1976). [pdf]

 

2. "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Photoexcited Triplet States. I. The Measurement of the Rate of Degenerate Singlet-Triplet Exchange for Anthracene in Solution", S.G. Boxer and G. L. Closs, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 97, 3268-3270 (1975). [pdf]

 

1. "The Effect of Magnesium Coordination on the 13C and 15N Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Chlorophyll a. The Relative Energies of Nitrogen np* States as Deduced from a Complete Assignment of Chemical Shifts", S.G. Boxer, G.L. Closs, and J.J. Katz, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 96, 7058-7066 (1974). [pdf]

 
 
 
 
 

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