Anna Reymer
Anna Reymer
Principal scientist computational biochemistry, Oblique Therapeutics
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Structure and dynamics of a 197 bp nucleosome in complex with linker histone H1
J Bednar, I Garcia-Saez, R Boopathi, AR Cutter, G Papai, A Reymer, ...
Molecular cell 66 (3), 384-397. e8, 2017
Structure of human Rad51 protein filament from molecular modeling and site-specific linear dichroism spectroscopy
A Reymer, K Frykholm, K Morimatsu, M Takahashi, B Nordén
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (32), 13248-13253, 2009
DNA polymorphism as an origin of adenine-thymine tract length-dependent threading intercalation rate
P Nordell, F Westerlund, A Reymer, AH El-Sagheer, T Brown, B Nordén, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (44), 14651-14658, 2008
Sequence-dependent response of DNA to torsional stress: a potential biological regulation mechanism
A Reymer, K Zakrzewska, R Lavery
Nucleic acids research 46 (4), 1684-1694, 2018
Ca 2+ improves organization of single-stranded DNA bases in human Rad51 filament, explaining stimulatory effect on gene recombination
LH Fornander, K Frykholm, A Reymer, A Renodon-Corniere, M Takahashi, ...
Nucleic acids research 40 (11), 4904-4913, 2012
Computational chemistry and molecular modelling basics
S Genheden, A Reymer, P Saenz-Méndez, LA Eriksson
A stretched conformation of DNA with a biological role?
N Bosaeus, A Reymer, T Beke-Somfai, T Brown, M Takahashi, ...
Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics 50, e11, 2017
Enantiospecific kinking of DNA by a partially intercalating metal complex
A Reymer, B Nordén
Chemical Communications 48 (41), 4941-4943, 2012
Specifically bound BZIP transcription factors modulate DNA supercoiling transitions
J Hörberg, A Reymer
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 18795, 2020
Sequence-specific dynamics of DNA response elements and their flanking sites regulate the recognition by AP-1 transcription factors
J Hörberg, K Moreau, MJ Tamás, A Reymer
Nucleic Acids Research 49 (16), 9280-9293, 2021
Orientation of aromatic residues in amyloid cores: Structural insights into prion fiber diversity
A Reymer, KK Frederick, S Rocha, T Beke-Somfai, CC Kitts, S Lindquist, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (48), 17158-17163, 2014
A sequence environment modulates the impact of methylation on torsional rigidity of DNA
J Hörberg, A Reymer
Chemical Communications 54, 11885-11888, 2018
Initial DNA Interactions of the Binuclear Threading Intercalator Λ,Λ‐[μ‐bidppz(bipy)4Ru2]4+: An NMR Study with [d(CGCGAATTCGCG)]2
L Wu, A Reymer, C Persson, K Kazimierczuk, T Brown, P Lincoln, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 19 (17), 5401-5410, 2013
ATP Hydrolysis in the RecA–DNA Filament Promotes Structural Changes at the Protein–DNA Interface
A Reymer, S Babik, M Takahashi, B Nordén, T Beke-Somfai
Biochemistry 54 (30), 4579-4582, 2015
Enhanced cellular uptake of antisecretory peptide AF-16 through proteoglycan binding
M Matson Dzebo, A Reymer, K Fant, P Lincoln, B Nordén, S Rocha
Biochemistry 53 (41), 6566-6573, 2014
Rational antibody design for undruggable targets using kinetically controlled biomolecular probes
CL Trkulja, O Jungholm, M Davidson, K Jardemark, MM Marcus, ...
Science Advances 7 (16), eabe6397, 2021
The ancillary N-terminal region of the yeast AP-1 transcription factor Yap8 contributes to its DNA binding specificity
E Maciaszczyk-Dziubinska, A Reymer, NV Kumar, W Białek, K Mizio, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 48 (10), 5426–5441, 2020
Michler’s hydrol blue elucidates structural differences in prion strains
BN Yiling Xiao, Sandra Rocha, Catherine C. Kitts, Anna Reymer, Tamás Beke ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2020
New insights on human IRE1 tetramer structures based on molecular modeling
A Carlesso, J Hörberg, A Reymer, LA Eriksson
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 17490, 2020
Finding at-DNA–Kinetic Recognition of Long Adenine-Thymine Stretches by Metal-Ligand Complexes
P Nordell, F Westerlund, A Reymer, B Nordén, P Lincoln
Nucleic Acids Symposium Series 52 (1), 131-132, 2008
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