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Liam M. Longo
Liam M. Longo
Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology
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Simplified protein design biased for prebiotic amino acids yields a foldable, halophilic protein
LM Longo, J Lee, M Blaber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (6), 2135-2139, 2013
1062013
A bird’s-eye view of enzyme evolution: chemical, physicochemical, and physiological considerations
D Davidi, LM Longo, J Jabłońska, R Milo, DS Tawfik
Chemical reviews 118 (18), 8786-8797, 2018
972018
Protein design at the interface of the pre-biotic and biotic worlds
LM Longo, M Blaber
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 526 (1), 16-21, 2012
822012
On the emergence of P-Loop NTPase and Rossmann enzymes from a Beta-Alpha-Beta ancestral fragment
LM Longo, J Jabłońska, P Vyas, M Kanade, R Kolodny, N Ben-Tal, ...
Elife 9, e64415, 2020
682020
Primordial emergence of a nucleic acid binding protein via phase separation and statistical ornithine to arginine conversion
LM Longo, D Despotović, O Weil-Ktorza, MJ Walker, J Jabłońska, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 15731-15739, 2020
612020
Characterization of binding of LARP6 to the 5’stem-loop of collagen mRNAs: implications for synthesis of type I collagen
L Stefanovic, L Longo, Y Zhang, B Stefanovic
RNA biology 11 (11), 1386-1401, 2014
462014
A logical OR redundancy within the Asx-Pro-Asx-Gly type I beta-turn motif.
J Lee, VK Dubey, LM Longo, M Blaber
J Mol Biol 377 (4), 1251-1264, 2008
382008
Bacterial wilt induced changes in nutrient distribution and biomass and the effect of acibenzolar-S-methyl on bacterial wilt in tomato
G Hacisalihoglu, P Ji, LM Longo, S Olson, TM Momol
Crop Protection 26 (7), 978-982, 2007
342007
Short and simple sequences favored the emergence of N-helix phospho-ligand binding sites in the first enzymes
LM Longo, D Petrović, SCL Kamerlin, DS Tawfik
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (10), 5310-5318, 2020
322020
Experimental support for the foldability–function tradeoff hypothesis: Segregation of the folding nucleus and functional regions in fibroblast growth factor‐1
L Longo, J Lee, M Blaber
Protein Science 21 (12), 1911-1920, 2012
322012
Prebiotic protein design supports a halophile origin of foldable proteins
LM Longo, M Blaber
Frontiers in microbiology 4, 418, 2014
282014
Peptide-RNA coacervates as a cradle for the evolution of folded domains
M Seal, O Weil-Ktorza, D Despotovic, DS Tawfik, Y Levy, N Metanis, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 144 (31), 14150-14160, 2022
272022
Mutation choice to eliminate buried free cysteines in protein therapeutics
X Xia, LM Longo, M Blaber
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 104 (2), 566-576, 2015
272015
Evolution and design of protein structure by folding nucleus symmetric expansion
LM Longo, OS Kumru, CR Middaugh, M Blaber
Structure 22 (10), 1377-1384, 2014
25*2014
Differential response of common bean genotypes to mycorrhizal colonization
G Hacisalihoglu, ER Duke, LM Longo
Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 118, 150-152, 2005
252005
Evolution of a protein folding nucleus
X Xia, LM Longo, MA Sutherland, M Blaber
Protein Science 25 (7), 1227-1240, 2016
232016
Bacilli glutamate dehydrogenases diverged via coevolution of transcription and enzyme regulation
L Noda‐Garcia, ML Romero Romero, LM Longo, I Kolodkin‐Gal, ...
EMBO reports 18 (7), 1139-1149, 2017
222017
Polyamines mediate folding of primordial hyperacidic helical proteins
D Despotović, LM Longo, E Aharon, A Kahana, T Scherf, I Gruic-Sovulj, ...
Biochemistry 59 (46), 4456-4462, 2020
212020
Emergence of symmetric protein architecture from a simple peptide motif: evolutionary models
M Blaber, J Lee, L Longo
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 69 (23), 3999-4006, 2012
212012
A single aromatic core mutation converts a designed “primitive” protein from halophile to mesophile folding
LM Longo, CA Tenorio, OS Kumru, CR Middaugh, M Blaber
Protein Science 24 (1), 27-37, 2015
192015
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