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2004

Sidorova, N.Y., and Rau, D.C.: The role of water in EcoRI-DNA binding. In Restriction Endonucleases (Pingoud, A., ed.), Vol. 14, pp. 319-337, Springer, Berlin, 2004. [PDF]

Hultgren, A. & Rau, D.C.: Exclusion of alcohols from Spermidine-DNA assemblies: Probing the physical basis of preferential hydration. Biochemistry, 43: 8272-8280, 2004. [PDF]

Sidorova, N.Y., and Rau, D.C.: Differences between EcoRI nonspecific and star sequence complexes revealed by osmotic stress. Biophysical J., in press.

2002

Cheng, Y., Prud homme, R.K., Chik, J., and Rau, D.C.: Measurement of forces between galactomannan polymer chains: Effect of hydrogen bonding. Macromolecules, 35: 10155- 10161, 2002. [PDF]

2001

Bonnet-Gonnet, C., Leikin, S., Chi, S., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Measurement of forces between hydroxypropylcellulose polymers: Temperature favored assembly and salt exclusion. J. Phys. Chem., 105: 1877-1886, 2001. [PDF]

Sidorova, N.Y., and Rau, D.C.: Linkage of EcoRI dissociation from its specific DNA recognition site to water activity, salt concentration, and pH: Separating their roles in specific and nonspecific binding. J. Molecular Biology, 310: 801-816, 2001. [PDF]

2000

Rand, R.P., Parsegian, V.A., and Rau, D.C.: Intracellular osmotic action. Cell. Mol. Life Sci., 57, 1018-1032, 2000. [PDF]

Parsegian, V.A., Rand, R.P., and Rau, D.C.: Osmotic stress, crowding, preferential hydration, and binding: A comparison of perspectives. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 97: 3987-3992, 2000. [PDF]

Sidorova, N.Y., and Rau, D.C.: The dissociation rate of the EcoRI-DNA-specific complex is linked to water activity (rapid communication). Biopolymers, 53: 363-368, 2000. [PDF]

1999

Redowicz, M.J., Hammer, III, J.A., Bowers, B., Zolkiewski, M., Ginsburg, A., Korn, E.D., and Rau, D.C.: Flexibility of Acanthamoeba myosin rod minifilaments. Biochemistry, 38: 7243-7252, 1999. [PDF]

Sidorova, N.Y., and Rau, D.C.: Removing water from an EcoRI-noncognate DNA complex with osmotic stress. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn., 17: 19-31, 1999.

1998

Strey, H.H., Podgornik, R., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: DNA-DNA interactions. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 8: 309-313, 1998. [PDF]

1997

Kuznetsova, N., Rau, D.C., Parsegian, V.A., and Leikin, S.: Solvent hydrogen-bond network as a factor in protein self-assembly: Solvation of collagen in non-aqueous solvents. Biophys. J., 72: 353-362, 1997.

1996

Podgornik, R., Strey, H.H., Gawrisch, K., Rau, D.C., Rupprecht, A., and Parsegian, V.A.: Bond orientational order, molecular motion and free energy of high density DNA mesophases. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93: 4261-4266, 1996.

Redowicz, M.J., Korn, E.D., and Rau, D.C.: Nucleotides increase the internal flexibility of filaments of dephosphorylated Acanthamoeba myosin II. J. Biol. Chem., 271: 12401- 12407, 1996. [PDF]

Sidorova, N.Yu., and Rau, D.C.: Differences in water release for the binding of EcoRI to specific and nonspecific DNA sequences. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93: 12272-12277, 1996. [PDF]

1995

Sidorova, N.Yu., and Rau, D.C.: The osmotic sensitivity of netropsin analog binding to DNA. Biopolymers 35: 377-384, 1995.

Garner, M.M., and Rau, D.C.: Water release associated with specific binding of gal repressor. The EMBO J. 14: 1257-1263, 1995.

Leikin, S.L., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Temperature favored assembly of collagen: A hydrophobic or hydrophilic effect? Nature Structural Biology 2: 205-210, 1995. [PDF]

Podgornik, R., Strey, H.H., Rau. D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Watching molecules crowd: DNA double helices under osmotic stress. Biophysical Chemistry, 57: 111-121, 1995. [PDF]

Parsegian, V.A., Rand, R.P., and Rau, D.C.: Macromolecules and water: Probing with osmotic stress. Methods in Enzymology, v. 259, Energetics of Biological Macromolecules (M.L. Johnson and G.K. Ackers, eds): 43-94, 1995.

Sidorova, N.Yu., Gazoni, P., and Rau, D.C.: Competition between netropsin and restriction nuclease EcoRI for DNA binding. J. Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 13: 367-385, 1995.

Preisler, R.S., Chen, H.-H., Colombo, M.F., Choe, Y., Short, Jr., B.J., and Rau, D.C.: The B-form to Z-form transition of poly(dG-m 5 dC) is sensitive to neutral solutes through an osmotic stress. Biochemistry, 34: 14400-14407, 1995. [PDF]

1994

Leikin, S.L., Rau. D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Direct measurement of forces between self-assembled proteins: Temperature-dependent exponential forces between collagen triple helices. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA 91: 276-280, 1994.

Podgornik, R., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Parametrization of direct and soft steric-undulatory forces between DNA double helical polyelectrolytes in solutions of several different anions and cations. Biophysical J. 66: 962-971, 1994.

Parsegian, V.A., Rand, R.P., Colombo, M.F., and Rau, D.C.: Water at the macromolecular surface: Solvation energy and functional control. In Biomembrane Electrochemistry, Advances in Chemistry Series No. 235 (M Blank and I. Vodyanoy, eds.), American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., p.177-196, 1994.

Colombo, M.F., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Re-evaluation of chloride s regulation of hemoglobin oxygen uptake: The neglected contribution of protein hydration in allosterism. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91:10517-10520, 1994. [PDF]

1993

Rau, D.C., Ganguly, C., and Korn, E.D.: A structural difference between filaments of phosphorylated and dephosphorylated Acanthamoeba myosin II revealed by electric birefringence. J. Biol. Chem. 268: 4612-4621, 1993. [PDF]

Rau, D.C.: Calculation of birefringence signal kinetics for coupled motions within myosin II filaments. J. Biol. Chem. 268: 4622-4624, 1993.

Leikin, S.L., Parsegian, V.A., Rau, D.C., and Rand, R.P.: Hydration forces. Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem. 44: 369-395, 1993. [PDF]

1992

Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Direct measurement of the intermolecular forces between counterion-condensed DNA double helices: Evidence for long-range attractive hydration forces. Biophysical J. 61: 246-259, 1992.

Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Direct measurement of temperature-dependent solution forces between DNA double helices. Biophysical J. 61: 260-271, 1992.

Parsegian, V.A., Rand, R.P., and Rau, D.C.: Swelling from the perspective of molecular assemblies and single functioning biomolecules. In Mechanics of Swelling, NATO ASI Series, v. H 64 (T.K. Karalis, ed.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, p. 623-647, 1992.

Colombo, M.F., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Protein solvation in allosteric regulation: A water effect on hemoglobin. Science 256: 655-659, 1992. [PDF]

Nickol, J., and Rau, D.C.: Zinc induces a bend within the transcription factor IIIA binding region of the 5s RNA gene. J. Mol. Biol. 228: 1115-1123, 1992.

1991

Leikin, S., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Measured entropy and enthalpy of hydration as a function of distance between DNA double helices. Physical Review A 44: 5272-5278, 1991. [PDF]

Charney, E., Chen, H.-H., and Rau, D.C.: The flexibility of A-form DNA. J. Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics 9: 353-362, 1991.

1990

Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: Direct measurement of forces between linear polysaccharides xanthan and schizophyllan. Science 249: 1278-1281, 1990. [PDF]

1989

Podgornik, R., Rau, D.C., and Parsegian, V.A.: The action of intermolecular forces on the organization of DNA double helices: Fluctuation-enhanced decay of electrostatic double-layer and hydration forces. Macromolecules 22: 1780-1786, 1989. [PDF]

1988

Rand, R.P., Fuller, N., Parsegian, V.A., and Rau, D.C.: Variation in hydration forces between neutral phospholipid bilayers: Evidence for hydration attraction. Biochemistry 27: 7711-7722, 1988.

1987

Mudd, C.P., Tipton, H., Parsegian, V.A., and Rau, D.C.: Temperature-controlled vacuum chamber for x-ray diffraction studies. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 58: 2110-2114, 1987.

Rau, D.C., Gellert, M., Thoma, F., and Maxwell, A.: The structure of the gyrase-DNA complex as revealed by transient electric dichroism. J. Mol. Biol. 193: 555-569, 1987.

Parsegian, V.A., Rand, R.P., and Rau, D.C.: Lessons from the direct measurement of forces between biomolecules. In Physics of Complex and Supermolecular Fluids (S.A. Safran and N.A. Clark, eds.), John Wiley & Sons, New York, p. 115-135, 1987.

Wijmenga, S.S., Atkinson, M.A.L., Rau, D.C., and Korn, E.D.: Electric birefringence study of the solution structure of chymotrypsin-cleaved Acanthamoeba myosin II. J. Biol. Chem. 262: 15803-15808, 1987.

1986

Parsegian, V.A., Rand, R.P., Fuller, N.L., and Rau, D.C.: Osmotic stress for the direct measurement of intermolecular forces. Biomembranes, Methods in Enzymology 127: 400- 416, 1986.

Charney, E., Chen, H.-H., Henry, E.R., and Rau, D.C.: Structural information from electric dichroism measurements of DNA and alternating dG-dC nucleic acids in solution: The question of base tilt. Biopolymers 25: 885-904, 1986.

Parsegian, V.A., Rau, D.C., and Zimmerberg, J.: Structural transitions induced by osmotic stress. In Membranes, Metabolism, and Dry Organisms (A.C. Leopold, ed.), Cornell University Press, Ithaca, p. 306-317, 1986.

1985

Chen, H.-H., Charney, E., and Rau, D.C.: The flexibility of alternating dA-dT sequences. J. Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics 2: 709-719, 1985.

Parsegian, V.A., Rand, R.P., and Rau, D.C.: Hydration forces: What next? Chem. Scripta 26:28-31, 1985.

Maxwell, A., Rau, D.C., and Gellert, M.: Mechanistic studies of DNA gyrase. In Proceedings of the Fourth Conversation in Biomolecular Stereodynamics III (R.H. Sarma and M.H. Sarma, eds.), Academic Press, New York, p. 137-146, 1985.

Parsegian, V.A., Rau, D.C., Evans, E.A., and Rand, R.P.: Unexpected features of forces measured between membranes or macromolecules. Studia Biophysics 110: 71-76, 1985.

1984

Allan, J., Rau, D.C., Harborne, N., and Gould, H.: Higher order structure in a short repeat length chromatin. J. Cell Biol. 98:1320-1327, 1984.

Rau, D.C., Lee, B.K., and Parsegian, V.A.: Measurements of the repulsive force between polyelectrolyte molecules in ionic solutions: Hydration forces between parallel DNA double helices. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA 81: 2621-2625, 1984. [PDF]

Parsegian, V.A., and Rau, D.C.: Water near intracellular surfaces. J. Cell Biol. 99: 196s-200s, 1984.

Chen, H.-H., Behe, M.J., and Rau, D.C.: Critical amount of oligovalent ion binding required for the B-Z transition of poly(dG-m 5 dC). Nucl. Acids Res. 12: 2381-2389, 1984.

1983

Rau, D.C., and Charney, E.: Electric dichroism of DNA: Influence of the ionic environment on the electric polarizability. Biophys. Chem. 17: 35-50, 1983.

Felsenfeld, G., McGhee, J.D., and Rau, D.C.: Higher orders of chromatin structure. In Structure, Dynamics, Interactions and Evolution of Biological Macromolecules (C. Helene, ed.), D. Reidel Publishing Company, New York, p. 101-112, 1983.

McGhee, J.D., Rau, D.C., and Felsenfeld, G.: Chromatin structure of the chicken adult ² globin gene: Is gene activity associated with local or long-range perturbations in chromatin structure? In Globin Gene Expression and Hematopoietic Differentiation, New York, Alan Liss, Inc., p. 143-157, 1983.

McGhee, J.D., Nickol, J.M., Felsenfeld, G., and Rau, D.C.: Histone hyperacetylation has little effect on the higher order folding of chromatin. Nucl. Acids Res. 11: 4065-4075, 1983.

McGhee, J.D., Nickol, J.M., Felsenfeld, G., and Rau, D.C.: Higher order structure of chromatin: Orientation of nucleosomes within the 30 nm chromatin solenoid is independent of species and spacer length. Cell 33: 831-841, 1983.

Rau, D.C., and Charney, E.: The high field saturation properties of the ion atmosphere polarization surrounding a rigid, immobile rod. Macromolecules 16: 1653-1661, 1983.

Felsenfeld, G., McGhee, J.D., Nickol, J., and Rau, D.C.: Chromatin higher order structure and gene expression. In Nucleic Acids: The Vectors of Life (B. Pullman, and J. Tortner, eds.), D. Reidel Publishing Company, New York, p. 343-352, 1983.

1982

Rau, D.C., and Charney, E.: Polarization of the ion atmosphere of a charged cylinder. Biophys. Chem. 14: 1-9, 1982.

Allan, J., Harborne, N., Rau, D.C., and Gould, H.: Participation of core histone tails in the stabilization of the chromatin solenoid. J. Cell Biol. 93: 285-297, 1982.

Felsenfeld, G., McGhee, J.D., Rau, D.C., Wood, W., Nickol, J., and Behe, M.: Chromatin conformation and gene activity. In Gene Regulation, UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology (B.W. O'Malley, ed.), Academic Press, New York, p. 121-135, 1982.

McGhee, Rau, D.C., and Felsenfeld, G.: The high mobility group proteins, HMG 14 and 17, do not prevent the formation of chromatin higher order structure. Nucl. Acids Res. 10: 2007-2016, 1982.

Chen, H.-H., Charney, E., and Rau, D.C.: Length changes in solution accompanying the B-Z transition of poly(dG-m 5 dC) induced by Co(NH3)6 3+ . Nucl. Acids Res. 10: 3561-3571, 1982.

1981

Rau, D.C., and Charney, E.: DNA in solution: Polyelectrolyte considerations in its structure. In Structural Aspects of Recognition and Assembly in Biological Macromolecules (M. Balaban, J.L. Sussman, W. Traub, and A. Yonath, eds.), Balaban ISS, Rehovot, p. 579-580, 1981.

McGhee, J.D., Rau, D.C., Charney, E., and Felsenfeld, G.: Electric dichroism studies on a Mg 2+ induced conformational change in chromation. In Structural Aspects of Recognition and Assembly in Biological Macromolecules (M. Balaban, J.L. Sussman, W. Traub, and A. Yonath, eds.), Balaban ISS, Rehovot, p. 705-706, 1981.

1980

Bloomfield, V.A., Wison, R.W., and Rau, D.C.: Polyelectrolyte effects in DNA condensation by polyamines. Biophys. Chem. 11: 339-343, 1980.

Wilson, R.W., Rau, D.C., and Bloomfield, V.A.: Comparison of polyelectrolyte theories of the binding of cations to DNA. Biophys. J. 30: 317-326, 1980.

McGhee, J.D., Rau, D.C., Charney, E., and Felsenfeld, G.: Orientation of the nucleosome within the higher order structure of chromatin. Cell 22: 87-96, 1980.

1979

Rau, D.C., and Bloomfield, V.A.: Transient electric birefringence of T7 viral DNA. Biopolymers 18:2783-2805, 1979.

1978

Rau, D.C., and Klotz, L.C.: A unified theory of nucleation-rate-limited DNA renaturation kinetics. Biophys. Chem. 8: 41-51, 1978.

1975

Rau, D.C., and Klotz, L.C.: A more complete theory of DNA renaturation. J. Chem. Phys. 62: 2354-2365, 1975.

1972

Moore, G.L., Antonoff, R.S., and Rau, D.C.: Physiochemical changes in erythrocyte membranes during cold storage in the presence of progesterone. Biochemical Medicine 6: 90-95, 1972.

Moore, G.L., Harrison, J.H., and Rau, D.C.: The relationship between hemoglobin function and membrane integrity in erythrocytes during cold storage. Transfusion 12:175- 179, 1972.

Moore, G.L., Antonoff, R.S., and Rau, D.C.: The changes in erythrocyte membranes during cold storage of whole blood. Vox Sang. 22: 481-487, 1972.

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