Michael Brenowitz
Michael Brenowitz
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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[9] Quantitative DNase footprint titration: A method for studying protein-DNA interactions
M Brenowitz, DF Senear, MA Shea, GK Ackers
Methods in enzymology 130, 132-181, 1986
RNA folding at millisecond intervals by synchrotron hydroxyl radical footprinting
B Sclavi, M Sullivan, MR Chance, M Brenowitz, SA Woodson
Science 279 (5358), 1940-1943, 1998
Bright monomeric near-infrared fluorescent proteins as tags and biosensors for multiscale imaging
DM Shcherbakova, M Baloban, AV Emelyanov, M Brenowitz, P Guo, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 12405, 2016
A detailed interpretation of OH radical footprints in a TBP-DNA complex reveals the role of dynamics in the mechanism of sequence-specific binding
N Pastor, H Weinstein, E Jamison, M Brenowitz
Journal of molecular biology 304 (1), 55-68, 2000
Millisecond radiolytic modification of peptides by synchrotron X-rays identified by mass spectrometry
SD Maleknia, M Brenowitz, MR Chance
Analytical chemistry 71 (18), 3965-3973, 1999
Time-resolved synchrotron X-ray “footprinting”, a new approach to the study of nucleic acid structure and function: application to protein-DNA interactions and RNA folding
B Sclavi, S Woodson, M Sullivan, MR Chance, M Brenowitz
Journal of molecular biology 266 (1), 144-159, 1997
" Footprint" titrations yield valid thermodynamic isotherms.
M Brenowitz, DF Senear, MA Shea, GK Ackers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 83 (22), 8462-8466, 1986
Simultaneous binding and bending of promoter DNA by the TATA binding protein: real time kinetic measurements
KM Parkhurst, M Brenowitz, LJ Parkhurst
Biochemistry 35 (23), 7459-7465, 1996
Structure of the arginine methyltransferase PRMT5-MEP50 reveals a mechanism for substrate specificity
MC Ho, C Wilczek, JB Bonanno, L Xing, J Seznec, T Matsui, LG Carter, ...
PloS one 8 (2), e57008, 2013
Spatial arrangement of an RNA zipcode identifies mRNAs under post-transcriptional control
VL Patel, S Mitra, R Harris, AR Buxbaum, T Lionnet, M Brenowitz, M Girvin, ...
Genes & development 26 (1), 43-53, 2012
The Oct-2 protein binds cooperatively to adjacent octamer sites.
JH LeBowitz, RG Clerc, M Brenowitz, PA Sharp
Genes & development 3 (10), 1625-1638, 1989
Quaternary solution structures of galectins-1,-3, and-7
S Morris, N Ahmad, S André, H Kaltner, HJ Gabius, M Brenowitz, F Brewer
Glycobiology 14 (3), 293-300, 2004
Determination of binding constants for cooperative site-specific protein-DNA interactions using the gel mobility-shift assay
DF Senear, M Brenowitz
Journal of Biological Chemistry 266 (21), 13661-13671, 1991
Energetics of cooperative protein-DNA interactions: comparison between quantitative deoxyribonuclease footprint titration and filter binding
DF Senear, M Brenowitz, MA Shea, GK Ackers
Biochemistry 25 (23), 7344-7354, 1986
Principles of RNA compaction: insights from the equilibrium folding pathway of the P4-P6 RNA domain in monovalent cations
K Takamoto, R Das, Q He, S Doniach, M Brenowitz, D Herschlag, ...
Journal of molecular biology 343 (5), 1195-1206, 2004
Determination of macromolecular folding and structure by synchrotron x-ray radiolysis techniques
SD Maleknia, CY Ralston, MD Brenowitz, KM Downard, MR Chance
Analytical biochemistry 289 (2), 103-115, 2001
Thermodynamic and kinetic characterization of the binding of the TATA binding protein to the adenovirus E4 promoter
V Petri, M Hsieh, M Brenowitz
Biochemistry 34 (31), 9977-9984, 1995
‘Footprinting’proteins on DNA with peroxonitrous acid
PA King, E Jamison, D Strahs, VE Anderson, M Brenowitz
Nucleic acids research 21 (10), 2473-2478, 1993
High-throughput single-nucleotide structural mapping by capillary automated footprinting analysis
S Mitra, IV Shcherbakova, RB Altman, M Brenowitz, A Laederach
Nucleic acids research 36 (11), e63-e63, 2008
DNase I footprint analysis of protein‐DNA binding
M Brenowitz, DF Senear, RE Kingston
Current protocols in molecular biology 7 (1), 12.4. 1-12.4. 16, 1989
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