Faculty Profiles

Terrence Gilbert Oas
Professor of Biochemistry
Office: 
230C Nanaline Duke, Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 
(919) 684-4363
Fax: 
(919) 681-8862

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., University of Oregon 1986

Research Areas:
Biological, Organic

Arora, P, Hammes, GG, and Oas, TG. "Folding mechanism of a multiple independently-folding domain protein: double B domain of protein A." Biochemistry 45.40 (October 10, 2006): 12312-12324. Full Text

Henkels, CH, and Oas, TG. "Ligation-state hydrogen exchange: coupled binding and folding equilibria in ribonuclease P protein." J Am Chem Soc 128.24 (June 21, 2006): 7772-7781. Full Text

Henkels, CH, and Oas, TG. "Ligation-state hydrogen exchange: coupled binding and folding equilibria in ribonuclease P protein." Journal of the American Chemical Society 128.24 (June 2006): 7772-7781. (Academic Article) Full Text

Hilser, VJ, García Moreno, B, Oas, ETG, Kapp, G, and Whitten, ST. "A statistical thermodynamic model of the protein ensemble." Chemical reviews 106.5 (May 2006): 1545-1558. (Academic Article) Full Text

Hilser, VJ, García-Moreno E, B, Oas, TG, Kapp, G, and Whitten, ST. "A statistical thermodynamic model of the protein ensemble." Chem Rev 106.5 (May 2006): 1545-1558. (Review) Full Text

Kapp, GT, Richardson, JS, and Oas, TG. "Kinetic role of helix caps in protein folding is context-dependent." Biochemistry 43.13 (April 6, 2004): 3814-3823. Full Text

Arora, P, Oas, TG, and Myers, JK. "Fast and faster: a designed variant of the B-domain of protein A folds in 3 microsec." Protein Sci 13.4 (April 2004): 847-853. Full Text

Vu, DM, Myers, JK, Oas, TG, and Dyer, RB. "Probing the folding and unfolding dynamics of secondary and tertiary structures in a three-helix bundle protein." Biochemistry 43.12 (March 30, 2004): 3582-3589. Full Text

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