Joel Kaar
Joel Kaar
Associate Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder
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Impact of ionic liquid physical properties on lipase activity and stability
JL Kaar, AM Jesionowski, JA Berberich, R Moulton, AJ Russell
Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (14), 4125-4131, 2003
The Scar‐in‐a‐Jar: studying potential antifibrotic compounds from the epigenetic to extracellular level in a single well
CZC Chen, YX Peng, ZB Wang, PV Fish, JL Kaar, RR Koepsel, AJ Russell, ...
British journal of pharmacology 158 (5), 1196-1209, 2009
Toward the rational design of p53-stabilizing drugs: probing the surface of the oncogenic Y220C mutant
N Basse, JL Kaar, G Settanni, AC Joerger, TJ Rutherford, AR Fersht
Chemistry & biology 17 (1), 46-56, 2010
Linking the foreign body response and protein adsorption to PEG-based hydrogels using proteomics
MD Swartzlander, CA Barnes, AK Blakney, JL Kaar, TR Kyriakides, ...
Biomaterials 41, 26-36, 2015
Use of salt hydrate pairs to control water activity for enzyme catalysis in ionic liquids
JA Berberich, JL Kaar, AJ Russell
Biotechnology progress 19 (3), 1029-1032, 2003
Matrix metalloproteinase-1 therapy improves muscle healing
H Bedair, TT Liu, JL Kaar, S Badlani, AJ Russell, Y Li, J Huard
Journal of applied physiology 102 (6), 2338-2345, 2007
Matrix metalloproteinase-1 treatment of muscle fibrosis
JL Kaar, Y Li, HC Blair, G Asche, RR Koepsel, J Huard, AJ Russell
Acta biomaterialia 4 (5), 1411-1420, 2008
Stabilization of enzymes in ionic liquids via modification of enzyme charge
EM Nordwald, JL Kaar
Biotechnology and bioengineering 110 (9), 2352-2360, 2013
Charge engineering of cellulases improves ionic liquid tolerance and reduces lignin inhibition
EM Nordwald, R Brunecky, ME Himmel, GT Beckham, JL Kaar
Biotechnology and bioengineering 111 (8), 1541-1549, 2014
Photonic crystal kinase biosensor
KI MacConaghy, CI Geary, JL Kaar, MP Stoykovich
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (19), 6896-6899, 2014
Characterizing the modification of surface proteins with poly (ethylene glycol) to interrupt platelet adhesion
H Xu, JL Kaar, AJ Russell, WR Wagner
Biomaterials 27 (16), 3125-3135, 2006
Surface-mediated protein unfolding as a search process for denaturing sites
JS Weltz, DK Schwartz, JL Kaar
ACS nano 10 (1), 730-738, 2016
Dense poly (ethylene glycol) brushes reduce adsorption and stabilize the unfolded conformation of fibronectin
D Faulón Marruecos, M Kastantin, DK Schwartz, JL Kaar
Biomacromolecules 17 (3), 1017-1025, 2016
Towards improved artificial lungs through biocatalysis
JL Kaar, HI Oh, AJ Russell, WJ Federspiel
Biomaterials 28 (20), 3131-3139, 2007
Stabilization of mutant p53 via alkylation of cysteines and effects on DNA binding
JL Kaar, N Basse, AC Joerger, E Stephens, TJ Rutherford, AR Fersht
Protein Science 19 (12), 2267-2278, 2010
NMR-guided rational engineering of an ionic-liquid-tolerant lipase
EM Nordwald, GS Armstrong, JL Kaar
ACS Catalysis 4 (11), 4057-4064, 2014
Single-molecule resolution of protein structure and interfacial dynamics on biomaterial surfaces
SY McLoughlin, M Kastantin, DK Schwartz, JL Kaar
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (48), 19396-19401, 2013
Molecular dynamics investigation of the ionic liquid/enzyme interface: Application to engineering enzyme surface charge
PR Burney, EM Nordwald, K Hickman, JL Kaar, J Pfaendtner
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 83 (4), 670-680, 2015
Devices, systems and methods for reducing the concentration of a chemical entity in fluids
WJ Federspiel, AJ Russell, HI Oh, JL Kaar
US Patent 7,763,097, 2010
Mediating electrostatic binding of 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride to enzyme surfaces improves conformational stability
EM Nordwald, JL Kaar
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (30), 8977-8986, 2013
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