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Howard Gamper, Jr., PhD

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233 S. 10th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-9798
(215) 503-4954 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Structural and mechanistic basis for enhanced translational efficiency by 2-thiouridine at the tRNA anticodon wobble position
  2. The temperature sensitivity of a mutation in the essential tRNA modification enzyme tRNA methyltransferase D (TrmD)
  3. Conservation of structure and mechanism by Trm5 enzymes
  4. Potential for interdependent development of tRNA determinants for aminoacylation and ribosome decoding.
  5. Distinct kinetic determinants for the stepwise CCA addition to tRNA
  6. RecA-mediated strand invasion of DNA by oligonucleotides substituted with 2-aminoadenine and 2-thiothymine
  7. Properties of pseudo-complementary DNA substituted with weakly pairing analogs of guanine or cytosine
  8. Pyrrolo-C as a molecular probe for monitoring conformations of the tRNA 3′ end
  9. tRNA Integrity Is a Prerequisite for Rapid CCA Addition: Implication for Quality Control
  10. Enzymatic synthesis of structure-free DNA with pseudo-complementary properties
  11. Fluorescent labeling of tRNAs for dynamics experiments
  12. Kinetic Quality Control of Anticodon Recognition by a Eukaryotic Aminoacyl-tRNA Synthetase
  13. Unrestricted hybridization of oligonucleotides to structure-free DNA
  14. Isolation of a site-specifically modified RNA from an unmodified transcript
  15. Unrestricted accessibility of short oligonucleotides to RNA
  16. Modified bases in RNA reduce secondary structure and enhance hybridization
  17. Erratum: Strand bias in targeted gene repair is influenced by transcriptional activity (Molecular and Cellular Biology (2002) 22:11 (3852-3863))< 05A8 /a>
  18. The synaptic complex of RecA protein participates in hybridization and inverse strand exchange reactions
  19. Nucleotide replacement at two sites can be directed by modified single-stranded oligonucleotides in vitro and in vivo
  20. Strand bias in targeted gene repair is influenced by transcriptional activity