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Michael E Harris, Qing Dai, Hong Gu, Daniel L Kellerman, Joseph A Piccirilli, Vernon E Anderson. J Am Chem Soc 2010
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Experimental and computational analysis of the transition state for ribonuclease A-catalyzed RNA 2'-O-transphosphorylation.
Hong Gu, Shuming Zhang, Kin-Yiu Wong, Brian K Radak, Thakshila Dissanayake, Daniel L Kellerman, Qing Dai, Masaru Miyagi, Vernon E Anderson, Darrin M York,[...]. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2013
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43

Characterization of the reaction path and transition states for RNA transphosphorylation models from theory and experiment.
Kin-Yiu Wong, Hong Gu, Shuming Zhang, Joseph A Piccirilli, Michael E Harris, Darrin M York. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2012
39
40

Biological phosphoryl-transfer reactions: understanding mechanism and catalysis.
Jonathan K Lassila, Jesse G Zalatan, Daniel Herschlag. Annu Rev Biochem 2011
226
35



Altered transition state for the reaction of an RNA model catalyzed by a dinuclear zinc(II) catalyst.
Tim Humphry, Subashree Iyer, Olga Iranzo, Janet R Morrow, John P Richard, Piotr Paneth, Alvan C Hengge. J Am Chem Soc 2008
37
27

Compelling evidence for a stepwise mechanism of the alkaline cyclisation of uridine 3'-phosphate esters.
Harri Lonnberg, Roger Stromberg, Andrew Williams. Org Biomol Chem 2004
49
27

Ribonuclease A.
Ronald T. Raines. Chem Rev 1998
703
27

General acid catalysis by the hepatitis delta virus ribozyme.
Subha R Das, Joseph A Piccirilli. Nat Chem Biol 2005
177
24



Molecular simulations of RNA 2'-O-transesterification reaction models in solution.
Brian K Radak, Michael E Harris, Darrin M York. J Phys Chem B 2013
19
36

The mechanism of RNA strand scission: an experimental measure of the Brønsted coefficient, beta nuc.
Jing-Dong Ye, Nan-Sheng Li, Qing Dai, Joseph A Piccirilli. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2007
15
46

Why nature really chose phosphate.
Shina C L Kamerlin, Pankaz K Sharma, Ram B Prasad, Arieh Warshel. Q Rev Biophys 2013
171
18

Mechanistic insights into RNA transphosphorylation from kinetic isotope effects and linear free energy relationships of model reactions.
Haoyuan Chen, Timothy J Giese, Ming Huang, Kin-Yiu Wong, Michael E Harris, Darrin M York. Chemistry 2014
25
28


Why nature chose phosphates.
F H Westheimer. Science 1987
715
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Evidence for direct attack by hydroxide in phosphodiester hydrolysis.
Adam G Cassano, Vernon E Anderson, Michael E Harris. J Am Chem Soc 2002
46
16


Nucleophilic attack on phosphate diesters: a density functional study of in-line reactivity in dianionic, monoanionic, and neutral systems.
Xabier Lopez, Annick Dejaegere, Fabrice Leclerc, Darrin M York, Martin Karplus. J Phys Chem B 2006
54
16


Molecular dynamics simulation of bovine pancreatic ribonuclease A-CpA and transition state-like complexes.
Elena Formoso, Jon M Matxain, Xabier Lopez, Darrin M York. J Phys Chem B 2010
21
28


A 1.9 A crystal structure of the HDV ribozyme precleavage suggests both Lewis acid and general acid mechanisms contribute to phosphodiester cleavage.
Jui-Hui Chen, Rieko Yajima, Durga M Chadalavada, Elaine Chase, Philip C Bevilacqua, Barbara L Golden. Biochemistry 2010
86
13

Nucleobase-mediated general acid-base catalysis in the Varkud satellite ribozyme.
Timothy J Wilson, Nan-Sheng Li, Jun Lu, John K Frederiksen, Joseph A Piccirilli, David M J Lilley. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2010
62
13

Synthesis and Properties of Diuridine Phosphate Analogues Containing Thio and Amino Modifications.
James B. Thomson, Bhisma K. Patel, Victor Jiménez, Klaus Eckart, Fritz Eckstein. J Org Chem 1996
38
13

Mechanisms of phosphoryl and acyl transfer.
W W Cleland, A C Hengge. FASEB J 1995
88
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A direct NMR method for the measurement of competitive kinetic isotope effects.
Jefferson Chan, Andrew R Lewis, Michel Gilbert, Marie-France Karwaski, Andrew J Bennet. Nat Chem Biol 2010
49
13

Transition State Structure for the Hydrolysis of NAD Catalyzed by Diphtheria Toxin.
Paul J Berti, Steven R Blanke, Vern L Schramm. J Am Chem Soc 1997
74
13



Limits to Catalysis by Ribonuclease A.
James E Thompson, Tatiana G Kutateladze, Michael C Schuster, Fernando D Venegas, June M Messmore, Ronald T Raines. Bioorg Chem 1995
60
13

Characterization of the Structure and Dynamics of the HDV Ribozyme at Different Stages Along the Reaction Path.
Tai-Sung Lee, George Giambaşu, Michael E Harris, Darrin M York. J Phys Chem Lett 2011
25
20

Enzymatic mechanisms of phosphate and sulfate transfer.
W Wallace Cleland, Alvan C Hengge. Chem Rev 2006
249
13

Ribozyme speed limits.
Gail Mitchell Emilsson, Shingo Nakamura, Adam Roth, Ronald R Breaker. RNA 2003
155
13



Direct measurement of a pK(a) near neutrality for the catalytic cytosine in the genomic HDV ribozyme using Raman crystallography.
Bo Gong, Jui-Hui Chen, Elaine Chase, Durga M Chadalavada, Rieko Yajima, Barbara L Golden, Philip C Bevilacqua, Paul R Carey. J Am Chem Soc 2007
81
10

General acid-base catalysis in the mechanism of a hepatitis delta virus ribozyme.
S Nakano, D M Chadalavada, P C Bevilacqua. Science 2000
333
10

Ribozymes.
William G Scott. Curr Opin Struct Biol 2007
85
10

Pseudorotation barriers of biological oxyphosphoranes: a challenge for simulations of ribozyme catalysis.
Carlos Silva López, Olalla Nieto Faza, Angel R de Lera, Darrin M York. Chemistry 2005
46
10

Small self-cleaving ribozymes.
Adrian R Ferré-D'Amaré, William G Scott. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 2010
127
10


Antigenomic RNA of human hepatitis delta virus can undergo self-cleavage.
L Sharmeen, M Y Kuo, G Dinter-Gottlieb, J Taylor. J Virol 1988
320
10

Development of an improved four-site water model for biomolecular simulations: TIP4P-Ew.
Hans W Horn, William C Swope, Jed W Pitera, Jeffry D Madura, Thomas J Dick, Greg L Hura, Teresa Head-Gordon. J Chem Phys 2004
10



The structures of RNase A complexed with 3'-CMP and d(CpA): active site conformation and conserved water molecules.
I Zegers, D Maes, M H Dao-Thi, F Poortmans, R Palmer, L Wyns. Protein Sci 1994
162
10



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.