Original Research Articles

(see bottom of the page for Review Articles)

  1. Elisabetta Bianchi, Joseph G. Joyce, Michael D. Miller, Adam C. Finnefrock, Xiaoping Liang, Marco Finotto, Paolo Ingallinella, Philip McKenna, Michael Citron, Elizabeth Ottinger, Robert W. Hepler, Renee Hrin, Deborah Nahas, Chengwei Wu, David Montefiori, John W. Shiver, Antonella Pessi, and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2010) 107: 10655-10660.  Vaccination with peptide mimetics of the gp41 prehairpin fusion intermediate yields neutralizing antisera against HIV-1 isolates. (PDF)
  2. Michael D. Miller, Romas Geleziunas, Elisabetta Bianchi, Simon Lennard, Renee Hrin, Hangchun Zhang, Meiqing Lu, Zhiqiang An, Paolo Ingallinella, Marco Finotto, Marco Mattu, Adam C. Finnefrock, David Bramhill, James Cook, Debra M. Eckert, Richard Hampton, Mayuri Patel, Stephen Jarantow, Joseph Joyce, Gennaro Ciliberto, Ricarrdo Cortese, Ping Lu, William Strohl, William Schleif, Michael McElhaugh, Steven Lane, Christopher Lloyd, David Lowe, Jane Osbourn, Tristan Vaughan, Emilio Emini, Gaetano Barbato, Peter S. Kim, Daria J. Hazuda, John W. Shiver, and Antonello Pessi  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2005) 102: 14759-14764.  A human monoclonal antibody neutralizes diverse HIV-1 isolates by binding a critical gp41 epitope. (PDF)
  3. Joseph J. Plecs, Pehr B. Harbury, Peter S. Kim and Tom Alber  J. Mol. Biol. (2004) 342: 289-297.  Structural Test of the Parameterized-backbone Method for Protein Design.
  4. Samuel K. Sia and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2003) 100: 9756-9761.  Protein Grafting of a HIV-1 Inhibiting Epitope. (PDF)
  5. Xun Zhao, Saghi Ghaffari, Harvey Lodish, Vladimir N. Malashkevich and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (2002) 9: 117-120.  Structure of the Bcr-Abl Oncoprotein Oligomerization Domain. (PDF)
  6. Samuel K. Sia, Peter A. Carr, Andrea G. Cochran, Vladimir N. Malashkevich and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA(2002) 99: 14664-14669.  Short Constrained Peptides that Inhibit HIV-1 Entry. (PDF)
  7. Yoshihisa Hagihara and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2002) 99: 6619-6624.  Toward Development of a Screen to Identify Randomly Encoded, Foldable Sequences. (PDF)
  8. Philip Bradley, Peter S. Kim, and Bonnie Berger  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2002) 99: 8500-8505.  TRIOLOGY:  Discovery of Sequence-Structure Patterns Across Diverse Proteins. (PDF)
  9. Debra M. Eckert and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2001) 98: 11187-11192.  Design of Potent Inhibitors of HIV-1 Entry from the gp41 N-peptide Region. (PDF)
  10. Benjamin K. Chen, Itay Rousso, Sung Shim and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (2001) 98: 15239-15244.  Efficient Assembly of an HIV-1/MLV Gag-Chimeric Virus in Murine Cells. (PDF)
  11. Samuel K. Sia and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (2001) 40: 8981-8989.  A Designed Protein with Packing Between Left-Handed and Right-Handed Helices. (PDF)
  12. Vladimir N. Malashkevich, Mona Singh and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2001) 98: 8502-8506.  The Trimer-of-Hairpins Motif in Membrane Fusion: Visna Virus. (PDF)
  13. Mona Singh and Peter S. Kim  Proc. 5th Ann. Int. Conf. Comp. Mol. Biol. (2001) 279-286.  Towards Predicting Coiled-Coil Protein Interactions. (PDF)
  14. Michael J. Root, Michael S. Kay and Peter S. Kim  Science (2001) 291: 884-888.  Protein Design of an HIV-1 Entry Inhibitor. (PDF)
  15. Amy E. Keating, Vladimir N. Malashkevich, Bruce Tidor, and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2001) 98: 14825-14830.  Side-chain Repacking Calculations for Predicting Structures and Stabilities of Heterodimeric Coiled Coils. (PDF)
  16. David L. Akey, Vladimir N. Malashkevich and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (2001) 40: 6352-6360.  Buried Polar Residues in Coiled-Coil Interfaces. (PDF)
  17. Xun Zhao, Mona Singh, Vladimir N. Malashkevich and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2000) 97: 14172-14177.  Structural Characterization of the Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus Fusion Protein Core. (PDF)
  18. Itay Rousso, Mark B. Mixon, Benjamin K. Chen and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2000) 97: 13523-13525.  Palmitoylation of the HIV-1 Envelope Glycoprotein is Critical for Viral Infectivity. (PDF)
  19. John R. S. Newman, Ethan Wolf and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2000) 97: 13203-13208.  A Computationally Directed Screen Identifying Interacting Coiled Coils from Saccharomyces cerevisiae(PDF)
  20. Yutaka Kuroda and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (2000) 298: 493-501.  Folding of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor (BPTI) Variants in Which Almost Half the Residues are Alanine. (PDF)
  21. Ethan Wolf and Peter S. Kim  Protein Science (1999) 8: 680-688.  Combinatorial Codons:  A Computer Program to Approximate Amino Acid Probabilities with Biased Nucleotide Usage. (PDF)
  22. Mona Singh, Bonnie Berger and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (1999)290: 1031-1041.  LearnCoil-VMF:  Computational Evidence for Coiled Coil-like Motifs in Many Viral Membrane-fusion Proteins. (PDF)
  23. Christina Redfield, Brenda A. Schulman, Michael A. Milhollen, Peter S. Kim and Christopher M. Dobson  Nat. Struct. Biol.(1999) 6: 948-952.  a-Lactalbumin Forms a Compact Molten Globule in the Absence of Disulphide Bonds. (PDF)
  24. Vladimir N. Malashkevich, Brian J. Schneider, Margaret L. McNally, Michael A. Milhollen, James X. Pang and Peter S. Kim Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1999) 96: 2662-2667.  Core Structure of the Envelope Glycoprotein GP2 from Ebola Virus at 1.9 Å Resolution. (PDF)
  25. Debra M. Eckert, Vladimir N. Malashkevich, Lily H. Hong, Peter A. Carr and Peter S. Kim  Cell (1999) 99: 103-115.  Inhibiting HIV-1 Entry:  Discovery of D-Peptide Inhibitors that Target the gp41 Coiled-Coil Pocket. (PDF)
  26. Lawren C. Wu and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (1998) 280: 175-182.  A Specific Hydrophobic Core in the a-Lactalbumin Molten Globule. (PDF)
  27. Mona Singh, Bonnie Berger, Peter S. Kim, James M. Berger and Andrea G. Cochran  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1998) 95: 2738-2743.  Computational Learning Reveals Coiled Coil-Like Motifs in Histidine Kinase Linker Domains. (PDF)
  28. Martha G. Oakley and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1998) 37: 12603-12610.  A Buried Polar Interaction Can Direct the Relative Orientation of Helices in a Coiled Coil. (PDF)
  29. Vladimir N. Malashkevich, David C. Chan, Christine T. Chutkowski and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1998) 95: 9134-9139.  Crystal Structure of the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) gp41 Core:  Conserved Helical Interactions Underlie the Broad Inhibitory Activity of gp41 Peptides. (PDF)
  30. Pehr B. Harbury, Joseph J. Plecs, Bruce Tidor, Tom Alber and Peter S. Kim  Science (1998) 282: 1462-1467.  High-Resolution Protein Design with Backbone Freedom. (PDF)
  31. Debra M. Eckert, Vladimir N. Malashkevich and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (1998) 284: 859-865.  Crystal Structure of GCN4-pIQI, a Trimeric Coiled Coil With Buried Polar Residues. (PDF)
  32. David C. Chan, Christine T. Chutkowski and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1998) 95: 15613-15617.  Evidence that a Prominent Cavity in the Coiled Coil of HIV type 1 gp41 is an Attractive Drug Target. (PDF)
  33. Lawren C. Wu and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1997) 94: 14314-14319.  Hydrophobic Sequence Minimization of the a-Lactalbumin Molten Globule. (PDF)
  34. Ethan Wolf, Peter S. Kim and Bonnie Berger  Protein Science (1997) 6: 1179-1189.  MultiCoil:  A Program for Predicting Two- and Three-Stranded Coiled Coils. (PDF)
  35. Kelly P. Williams, Xiao-Hong Liu, Ton N.M. Schumacher, Herbert Y. Lin, Dennis A. Ausiello, Peter S. Kim and David P. Bartel Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA(1997)94: 11285-11290.  Bioactive and Nuclease-Resistant L-DNA Ligand of Vasopressin. (PDF)
  36. Brenda A. Schulman, Peter S. Kim, Christopher M. Dobson and Christina Redfield  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1997) 4: 630-634.  A Residue-Specific NMR View of the Non-Cooperative Unfolding of a Molten Globule.
  37. Martha G. Oakley and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1997) 36: 2544-2549.  Protein Dissection of the Antiparallel Coiled Coil from Escherichia coli Seryl tRNA Synthetase. (PDF)
  38. C. James McKnight, Paul T. Matsudaira and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1997) 4: 180-184.  NMR Structure of the 35-Residue Villin Headpiece Subdomain.
  39. Deborah Fass, Robert A. Davey, Christian A. Hamson, Peter S. Kim, James M. Cunningham and James M. Berger  Science(1997) 277: 1662-1666.  Structure of a Murine Leukemia Virus Receptor-Binding Glycoprotein at 2.0 Angstrom Resolution. (PDF)
  40. Deborah Fass, Stephen Blacklow, Peter S. Kim and James M. Berger  Nature (1997) 388: 691-693.  Molecular Basis of Familial Hypercholesterolaemia from Structure of LDL Receptor Module. (PDF)
  41. David C. Chan, Deborah Fass, James M. Berger and Peter S. Kim  Cell (1997) 89: 263-273.  Core Structure of gp41 from the HIV Envelope Glycoprotein. (PDF)
  42. Chavela M. Carr, Charu Chaudhry and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1997) 94: 14306-14313.  Influenza Hemagglutinin is Spring-Loaded by a Metastable Native Conformation. (PDF)
  43. Lawren C. Wu, Brenda A. Schulman, Zheng-yu Peng and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1996) 35: 859-863.  Disulfide Determinants of Calcium-Induced Packing in a-Lactalbumin. (PDF)
  44. Ton N.M. Schumacher, Lorenz M. Mayr, Daniel L. Minor, Jr., Michael A. Milhollen, Michael W. Burgess and Peter S. Kim Science (1996) 271: 1854-1857.  Identification of D-Peptide Ligands through Mirror-Image Phage Display. (PDF)
  45. Brenda A. Schulman and Peter S. Kim  Nature Structural Biology (1996) 3: 682-687.  Proline Scanning Mutagenesis of a Molten Globule Reveals Non-Cooperative Formation of a Protein’s Overall Topology. (PDF)
  46. Daniel L. Minor, Jr. and Peter S. Kim  Nature (1996) 380: 730-734.  Context-Dependent Secondary Structure Formation of a Designed Protein Sequence. (PDF)
  47. C. James McKnight, Don S. Doering, Paul T. Matsudaira and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (1996) 260: 126-134.  A Thermostable 35-Residue Subdomain within Villin Headpiece. (PDF)
  48. Kevin J. Lumb and Peter S. Kim  Science (1996) 271: 1136-1138.  Interhelical Salt Bridges, Coiled-Coil Stability, and Specificity of Dimerization:  Response. (PDF)
  49. Deborah Fass, Stephen C. Harrison and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1996) 3: 465-469.  Retrovirus Envelope Domain at 1.7 Å Resolution. (PDF)
  50. Michal Dadlez and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1996) 35: 16153-16164.  Rapid Formation of the Native 14-38 Disulfide Bond in the Early Stages of BPTI Folding. (PDF)
  51. Andrea G. Cochran and Peter S. Kim  Science (1996) 271: 1113-1116.  Imitation of Escherichia coli Aspartate Receptor Signaling in Engineered Dimers of the Cytoplasmic Domain. (PDF)
  52. Stephen C. Blacklow and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1996) 3: 758-762.  Protein Folding and Calcium Binding Defects Arising from Familial Hypercholesterolemia Mutations of the LDL Receptor. (PDF)
  53. Myeong-Hee Yu, Jonathan S. Weissman and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (1995) 249: 388-397.  Contribution of Individual Side-Chains to the Stability of BPTI Examined by Alanine-Scanning Mutagenesis. (PDF)
  54. Lawren C. Wu, Zheng-yu Peng and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1995) 2: 281-286.  Bipartite Structure of the a-Lactalbumin Molten Globule. (PDF)
  55. Jonathan S. Weissman and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1995) 2: 1123-1130.  A Kinetic Explanation for the Rearrangement Pathway of BPTI Folding. (PDF)
  56. Brenda A. Schulman, Christina Redfield, Zheng-yu Peng, Christopher M. Dobson and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (1995) 253: 651-657.  Different Subdomains are Most Protected from Hydrogen Exchange in the Molten Globule and Native States of Human a-Lactalbumin. (PDF)
  57. Zheng-yu Peng, Lawren C. Wu and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1995) 34: 3248-3252.  Local Structural Preferences in the a-Lactalbumin Molten Globule. (PDF)
  58. Zheng-yu Peng, Lawren C. Wu, Brenda A. Schulman and Peter S. Kim  Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. B, (1995) 348: 43-47.  Does the Molten Globule Have a Native-Like Tertiary Fold? (PDF)
  59. Kevin J. Lumb and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1995) 34: 8642-8648.  A Buried Polar Interaction Imparts Structural Uniqueness in a Designed Heterodimeric   Coiled Coil. (PDF)
  60. Kevin J. Lumb and Peter S. Kim  Science (1995) 268: 436-439.  Measurement of Interhelical Electrostatic Interactions in the GCN4 Leucine Zipper. (PDF)
  61. Min Lu, Stephen C. Blacklow and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1995) 2: 1075-1082.  A Trimeric Structural Domain of the HIV-1 Transmembrane Glycoprotein. (PDF)
  62. Pehr B. Harbury, Bruce Tidor and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1995) 92: 8408-8412.  Repacking Protein Cores with Backbone Freedom:  Structure Prediction for Coiled Coils. (PDF)
  63. Deborah Fass and Peter S. Kim  Current Biology (1995) 5: 1377-1383.  Dissection of a Retrovirus Envelope Protein Reveals Structural Similarity to Influenza Hemagglutinin. (PDF)
  64. Michal Dadlez and Peter S. Kim  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1995) 2: 674-679.  A Third Native One-Disulfide Intermediate in the Folding of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor.
  65. Paula J. Booth, Sabine L. Flitsch, Lawrence J. Stern, Duncan A. Greenhalgh, Peter S. Kim and H. Gobind Khorana  Nat. Struct. Biol. (1995) 2: 139-143.  Intermediates in the Folding of the Membrane Protein Bacteriorhodopsin. (PDF)
  66. Stephen C. Blacklow, Min Lu and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1995) 34: 14955-14962.  A Trimeric Subdomain of the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus Envelope Glycoprotein. (PDF)
  67. Bonnie Berger, David B. Wilson, Ethan Wolf, Theodore Tonchev, Maria Milla and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA(1995) 92: 8259-8263.  Predicting Coiled Coils by Use of Pairwise Residue Correlations. (PDF)
  68. Jonathan P. Staley and Peter S. Kim  Protein Science (1994) 3: 1822-1832.  Formation of a Native-Like Subdomain in a Partially Folded Intermediate of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor. (PDF)
  69. Brenda A. Schulman and Peter S. Kim  Protein Science (1994) 3: 2226-2232.  Hydrogen Exchange in BPTI Variants that Do Not Share a Common Disulfide Bond. (PDF)
  70. Zheng-yu Peng and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1994) 33: 2136-2141.  A Protein Dissection Study of a Molten Globule. (PDF)
  71. Daniel L. Minor, Jr. and Peter S. Kim  Nature (1994) 371: 264-267.  Context is a Major Determinant of b-Sheet Propensity. (PDF)
  72. Daniel L. Minor, Jr. and Peter S. Kim  Nature (1994) 367: 660-663.  Measurement of the b-Sheet-Forming Propensities of Amino Acids. (PDF)
  73. Kevin J. Lumb, Chavela M. Carr and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1994)33: 7361-7367.  Subdomain Folding of the Coiled Coil Leucine Zipper from the bZIP Transcriptional Activator GCN4. (PDF)
  74. Kevin J. Lumb and Peter S. Kim  J. Mol. Biol. (1994) 236: 412-420.  Formation of a Hydrophobic Cluster in Denatured Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor. (PDF)
  75. Pehr B. Harbury, Peter S. Kim and Tom Alber  Nature (1994) 371: 80-83.  Crystal Structure of an Isoleucine-Zipper Trimer. (PDF)
  76. Jonathan S. Weissman and Peter S. Kim  Nature (1993) 365: 185-188.  Efficient Catalysis of Disulphide Bond Rearrangements by Protein Disulphide Isomerase. (PDF)
  77. Erin K. O’Shea, Kevin J. Lumb and Peter S. Kim  Current Biology (1993) 3: 658-667.  Peptide ‘Velcro’:  Design of a Heterodimeric Coiled Coil. (PDF)
  78. David J. Lockhart and Peter S. Kim  Science (1993) 260: 198-202.  Electrostatic Screening of Charge and Dipole Interactions with the Helix Backbone. (PDF)
  79. Pehr B. Harbury, Tao Zhang, Peter S. Kim and Tom Alber  Science (1993) 262: 1401-1407.  A Switch Between Two-, Three-, and Four-Stranded Coiled Coils in GCN4 Leucine Zipper Mutants. (PDF)
  80. Chavela M. Carr and Peter S. Kim  Cell (1993) 73: 823-832.  A Spring-Loaded Mechanism for the Conformational Change of Influenza Hemagglutinin. (PDF)
  81. Jonathan S. Weissman and Peter S. Kim  Cell (1992) 71: 841-851.  The Pro Region of BPTI Facilitates Folding. (PDF)
  82. Jonathan S. Weissman and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1992) 89: 9900-9904.  Kinetic Role of Nonnative Species in the Folding of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor. (PDF)
  83. Jonathan S. Weissman and Peter S. Kim  Science (1992) 256: 111-114.  The Disulfide Folding Pathway of BPTI:  Response.
  84. Robert V. Talanian, C. James McKnight, Rheba Rutkowski and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1992) 31: 6871-6875.  Minimum Length of a Sequence-Specific DNA Binding Peptide. (PDF)
  85. Jonathan P. Staley and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA(1992)89: 1519-1523.  Complete Folding of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor with Only a Single Disulfide Bond. (PDF)
  86. Erin K. O'Shea, Rheba Rutkowski and Peter S. Kim  Cell (1992) 68: 699-708.  Mechanism of Specificity in the Fos-Jun Oncoprotein Heterodimer. (PDF)
  87. David J. Lockhart and Peter S. Kim  Science (1992) 257: 947-951.  Internal Stark Effect Measurement of the Electric Field at the Amino Terminus of an a-Helix. (PDF)
  88. Jonathan S. Weissman and Peter S. Kim  Science (1991) 253: 1386-1393.  Reexamination of the Folding of BPTI:  Predominance of Native Intermediates. (PDF)
  89. Randy Rasmussen, Dominic Benvegnu, Erin K. O'Shea, Peter S. Kim and Tom Alber  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1991)88: 561-564.  X-ray Scattering Indicates that the Leucine Zipper is a Coiled Coil. (PDF)
  90. Erin K. O'Shea, Juli D. Klemm, Peter S. Kim and Tom Alber  Science (1991) 254: 539-544.  X-ray Structure of the GCN4 Leucine Zipper, a Two-Stranded, Parallel Coiled Coil. (PDF)
  91. Tiao-Yin Lin and Peter S. Kim  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1991) 88: 10573-10577.  Evaluating the Effects of a Single Amino Acid Substitution on Both the Native and Denatured States of a Protein. (PDF)
  92. Elizabeth M. Goodman and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1991) 30: 11615-11620.  Periodicity of Amide Proton Exchange Rates in a Coiled-Coil Leucine Zipper Peptide. (PDF)
  93. Robert V. Talanian, C. James McKnight and Peter S. Kim  Science (1990)249: 769-771.  Sequence-Specific DNA Binding by a Short Peptide Dimer. (PDF)
  94. Jonathan P. Staley and Peter S. Kim  Nature (1990)344: 685-688.  Role of a Subdomain in the Folding of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor. (PDF)
  95. Terrence G. Oas, Lawrence P. McIntosh, Erin K. O'Shea, Frederick W. Dahlquist and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1990)29: 2891-2894.  Secondary Structure of a Leucine Zipper Determined by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. (PDF)
  96. James C. Hu, Erin K. O'Shea, Peter S. Kim and Robert T. Sauer  Science (1990)250: 1400-1403.  Sequence Requirements for Coiled-Coils:  Analysis with l Repressor-GCN4 Leucine Zipper Fusions. (PDF)
  97. Elizabeth M. Goodman and Peter S. Kim  Current Research in Protein Chemistry (1990) (J.J. Villafranca, ed.) Academic Press, 301-308.  Tests of Isolated b-Sheet Formation in a Cyclic Peptide from BPTI.
  98. Erin K. O'Shea, Rheba Rutkowski, Walter F. Stafford III and Peter S. Kim  Science (1989)245: 646-648.  Preferential Heterodimer Formation by Isolated Leucine Zippers from Fos and Jun. (PDF)
  99. Erin K. O'Shea, Rheba Rutkowski and Peter S. Kim  Science (1989) 243: 538-542.  Evidence that the Leucine Zipper is a Coiled Coil. (PDF)
  100. Tiao-Yin Lin and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1989) 28: 5282-5287.  Urea Dependence of Thiol-Disulfide Equilibria in Thioredoxin:  Confirmation of the Linkage Relationship and a Sensitive Assay for Structure. (PDF)
  101. Elizabeth M. Goodman and Peter S. Kim  Biochemistry (1989) 28: 4343-4347.  Folding of a Peptide Corresponding to the a-Helix in Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor. (PDF)
  102. Terrence G. Oas and Peter S. Kim  Nature (1988) 336: 42-48.  A Peptide Model of a Protein Folding Intermediate. (PDF)
  103. Peter S. Kim  Biophys. Chem.(1988) 31: 107-111.  Strategy for Obtaining Non-Native Protein Structures Using Antibody Cross-Reactions. (PDF)
  104. Kevin R. Shoemaker, Peter S. Kim, Eunice J. York, John M. Stewart and Robert L. Baldwin  Nature (1987)326: 563-567.  Tests of the Helix Dipole Model for Stabilization of a-Helices. (PDF)
  105. David Loftus, George O. Gbenle, Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin  Biochemistry (1986) 25: 1428-1436.  Effects of Denaturants on Amide Proton Exchange Rates:  A Test for Structure in Protein Fragments and Folding Intermediates. (PDF)
  106. Wayne B. Brown, Wendy A. Larrabee and Peter S. Kim  Lepr. Rev. (1986) 57: 157-162.  Analysis of a Leprosy-Specific Antibody Epitope.
  107. Kevin R. Shoemaker, Peter S. Kim, David N. Brems, Susan Marqusee, Eunice J. York, Irwin M. Chaiken, John M. Stewart and Robert L. Baldwin  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1985) 82: 2349-2353.  Nature of the Charged-Group Effect on the Stability of the C-Peptide Helix. (PDF)
  108. Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin  Nature (1984) 307: 329-334.  A Helix Stop Signal in the Isolated S-Peptide of Ribonuclease A. (PDF)
  109. Peter S. Kim, Andrzej Bierzynski and Robert L. Baldwin  J. Mol. Biol. (1982) 162: 187-199.  A Competing Salt-bridge Suppresses Helix Formation by the Isolated C-Peptide Carboxylate of Ribonuclease A. (PDF)
  110. Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin  Biochemistry (1982) 21: 1-5.  Influence of Charge on the Rate of Amide Proton Exchange. (PDF)
  111. Andrzej Bierzynski, Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (1982) 79: 2470-2474.  A Salt Bridge Stabilizes the Helix Formed by Isolated C-Peptide of RNase A. (PDF)
  112. Peter S. Kim and George P. Hess  J. Membrane Biol. (1981) 58: 203-211.  Acetylcholine Receptor-Controlled Ion Flux in Electroplax Membrane Vesicles:  Identification and Characterization of Membrane Properties that Affect Ion Flux Measurements. (PDF)
  113. Nava Epstein, George P. Hess, Peter S. Kim and Richard L. Noble  J. Membrane Biol. (1980) 56: 133-137.  Inactivation (Desensitization) of the Acetylcholine Receptor in Electrophorous electricus Membrane Vesicles by Carbamylcholine: Comparison Between Ion Flux and a-Bungarotoxin Binding. (PDF)
  114. Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin  Biochemistry (1980) 19: 6124-6129.  Structural Intermediates Trapped During the Folding of Ribonuclease A by Amide Proton Exchange. (PDF)

Reviews, Commentaries, Editorials

(see top of the page for Original Research Articles)

 

  1. Michael Rosenblatt and Peter S. Kim  New England J. Med. (2011) 364: 1879-1880.  Editorial: More on DSMBs.
  2. Peter S. Kim  Nature Med. (2006) 12: 269.  Editorial:  Reply to ‘Truth in Numbers’.
  3. Peter S. Kim and Alise S. Reicin  Lancet (2005) 365: 23.  Discontinuation of Vioxx.
  4. Debra M. Eckert and Peter S. Kim  Annu. Rev. Biochem. (2001) 70: 777-810.  Mechanisms of Viral Membrane Fusion and Its Inhibition. (PDF)
  5. Alanna Schepartz and Peter S. Kim  Current Opinion Chem. Biol. (1998)2: 9-10.  Interaction, Assembly and Processing at the Chemistry-Biology Interface.
  6. David C. Chan and Peter S. Kim  Cell (1998) 93: 681-684.  HIV Entry and Its Inhibition. (PDF)
  7. Min Lu and Peter S. Kim  J. Biomol. Struct. and Dyn. (1997) 15: 465-471.  A Trimeric Structural Subdomain of the HIV-1 Transmembrane Glycoprotein.
  8. David C. Chan and Peter S. Kim  Onzième Colloque Des Cent Gardes(1997) (M. Girard & B. Dodet eds.) Elsevier Press, 105-111.  Core Structure of gp41 from the HIV Envelope Glycoprotein and Implications for Membrane Fusion.
  9. Chavela M. Carr and Peter S. Kim  Science (1994) 265: 234-236.  Flu Virus Invasion:  Halfway There. (PDF)
  10. Alan D. Frankel and Peter S. Kim  Cell (1991)65: 717-719.  Modular Structure of Transcription Factors:  Implications for Gene Regulation.
  11. Thomas E. Creighton and Peter S. Kim  Current Opinion Struct. Biol.(1991)1: 3-4.  Folding and Binding:  Editorial Overview.
  12. Terrence G. Oas and Peter S. Kim  Protein Folding (1990) (L.M. Gierasch & S.J. King eds.) AAAS Press, 123-128.  A Protein Folding Intermediate Analogue:  Design, Synthesis, and Characterization.
  13. Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin  Annu. Rev. Biochem. (1990) 59: 631-660.  Intermediates in the Folding Reactions of Small Proteins.
  14. Peter S. Kim  Protein Eng. (1988) 2: 249-250.  Passing the First Milestone in Protein Design.
  15. Kevin R. Shoemaker, Robert Fairman, Peter S. Kim, Eunice J. York, John M. Stewart and Robert L. Baldwin  Cold Spring Harb. Symp. Quant. Biol. (1987) 52: 391-398.  The C-Peptide Helix from Ribonuclease A Considered as an Autonomous Folding Unit.
  16. Peter S. Kim  Meth. Enzymology (1986) 131: 136-156.  Amide Proton Exchange as a Probe of Protein Folding Pathways.
  17. Kunihiro Kuwajima, Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin Biopolymers(1983) 22: 59-67.  Strategy for Trapping Intermediates in the Folding of Ribonuclease and for Using 1H-NMR to Determine Their Structures.

     

  18. Peter S. Kim and Robert L. Baldwin  Annu. Rev. Biochem(1982) 51: 459-489.  Specific Intermediates in the Folding Reactions of Small Proteins and the Mechanism of Protein Folding.