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296. “GFP Variants with Alternative β‑Strands and Their Application as Light-driven Protease Sensors: A Tale of Two Tails”, Keunbong Do and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135 , 10226-10229 (2013). [pdf]

280. "Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Photochemistry of Beta-Strand Association and Dissociation in a Split-GFP System", Keunbong Do and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133, 18078-18081 (2011). [pdf] [Supplement]

273. "Light-Activated Reassembly of Split Green Fluorescent Protein", Kevin P. Kent and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 133, 4046-4052(2011). [pdf] [Supplement]

267. "Synthetic Control of Green Fluorescent Protein", Kevin P. Kent, Luke M. Oltrogge, Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 131, 15988-15989, (2009). [pdf] [Supplement][C&E News]

259."Deconstructing Green Fluorescent Protein", Kevin Kent, William Childs, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 130, 9664-9665, (2008). [pdf] [Supplement]

254. "Dynamic Stokes Shift in Green Fluorescent Protein Variants", Paul Abbyad, William Childs, Xinghua Shi, and Steven G. Boxer, PNAS, 104, 51, 20189-20194. (2007). [pdf]

253. "Anomalous Negative Fluorescence Anisotropy in Yellow Fluorescent Protein (YFP 10C): Quantitative Analysis of FRET in YFP Dimers", Xinghua Shi, Jaswir Basran, Harriet E. Seward, William Childs, Clive R. Bagshaw, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 46, 14403-14417. (2007). [pdf]

250. "Ultrafast Excited-State Dynamics in the Green Fluorescent Protein Variant S65T/H148D. 2. Unusual Photophysical Properties", Xinghua Shi, Paul Abbyad, Xiaokun Shu, Karen Kallio, Pakorn Kanchanawong, William Childs, S. James Remington, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 46, 12014-12025 (2007). [pdf]

249. "Ultrafast Excited-State Dynamics in the Green Fluorescent Protein Variant S65T/H148D. 1. Mutagenesis and Structural Studies", Xiaokun Shu, Karen Kallio, Xinghua Shi, Paul Abbyad, Pakorn Kanchanawong, William Childs, Steven G. Boxer, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 46, 12005-12013 (2007). [pdf] [Supplement]

232."Enhancement of the Fluorescence of the Blue Fluorescent Proteins by High Pressure or Low Temperature", Koit Mauring, Jason Deich, Federico I. Rosell, Tim B. McAnaney, W.E. Moerner, and Steven G. Boxer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 109, 12976-12981 (2005). [pdf]

231."Green Fluorescent Protein Variants as Ratiometric Dual Emission pH Sensors. 3. Temperature Dependence of Proton Transfer", Tim B. McAnaney, Xinghua Shi, Paul Abbyad, Henry Jung, S. James Remington, and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 44, 8701-8711 (2005). [pdf]

229."Protonation, Photobleaching, and Photoactivation of Yellow Fluorescent Protein (YFP 10C): A Unifying Mechanism", Tim B. McAnaney, Wei Zeng, Camille F. E. Doe, Nina Bhanji, Stuart Wakelin, David S. Pearson, Paul Abbyad, Xinghua Shi, Steven G. Boxer, and Clive R. Bagshaw, Biochemistry, 44, 5510-5524 (2005). [pdf]

215."Polarized Absorption Spectra of Green Fluorescent Protein Single Crystals: Transition Dipole Moment Directions", Federico I. Rosell and Steven G. Boxer, Biochemistry, 42, 177-183 (2003) . [pdf]

212."Green Fluorescent Protein Variants as Ratiometric Dual Emission pH Sensors. 2. Excited-State Dynamics", Tim McAnaney, Eun Sun Park, George T. Hanson, Steven G. Boxer, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 41, 15489-15494 (2002). [pdf]

211."Green Fluorescent Protein Variants as Ratiometric Dual Emission pH Sensors. 1. Structural Characterization and Preliminary Application", George T. Hanson, Tim McAnaney, Eun Sun Park, Marla E. P. Rendell, Daniel K. Yarbrough, Shaoyou Chu, Lixuan Xi, Steven G. Boxer, Marshall H. Montrose, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 41, 15477-15488 (2002). [pdf]

196. "Photophysics of DsRed, a Red Fluorescent Protein, from the Ensemble to the Single-Molecule Level", B. Lounis, J. Deich, F. I. Rosell, Steven G. Boxer, and W. E. Moerner, J. Phys. Chem. B, 105, 5048-5054 (2001). [pdf]

163. "The Electronic Structure of the Chromophore in Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)". Gerold Bublitz, Brett King, and Steven G. Boxer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 36, 9370-9371 (1998). [pdf]

151. "Crystal Structure and Photodynamic Behavior of the Blue-emission Variant Y66H/Y145F of Green Fluorescent Protein", Rebekka M. Wachter, Brett A. King, Roger Heim, Karen Kallio, Roger Y. Tsien, Steven G. Boxer, and S. James Remington, Biochemistry, 36, 9759-9765 (1997). [pdf]

138. "Another Green Revolution", Steven G. Boxer, Nature News & Views, 383, 484-485 (1996). [pdf]

136. "Ultra-fast Excited State Dynamics in Green Fluorescent Protein: Multiple States and Proton Transfer", Mita Chattoraj, Brett A. King, Gerold U. Bublitz, and Steven G. Boxer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 93, 8362-8367 (1996). [pdf]

   
       
     
       
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