Jessica Siltberg-Liberles
Jessica Siltberg-Liberles
Assistant professor of Biology, Florida International University
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Formyl peptide receptors are candidate chemosensory receptors in the vomeronasal organ
SD Liberles, LF Horowitz, D Kuang, JJ Contos, KL Wilson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (24), 9842-9847, 2009
Natural and engineered photoactivated nucleotidyl cyclases for optogenetic applications
MH Ryu, OV Moskvin, J Siltberg-Liberles, M Gomelsky
Journal of Biological Chemistry 285 (53), 41501-41508, 2010
Engineering adenylate cyclases regulated by near-infrared window light
MH Ryu, IH Kang, MD Nelson, TM Jensen, AI Lyuksyutova, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (28), 10167-10172, 2014
Allosteric mechanisms in ACT domain containing enzymes involved in amino acid metabolism
JS Liberles, M Thórólfsson, A Martinez
Amino acids 28 (1), 1-12, 2005
A simple covarion‐based approach to analyse nucleotide substitution rates
J Siltberg, DA Liberles
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15 (4), 588-594, 2002
Piriform spider silk sequences reveal unique repetitive elements
DJ Perry, D Bittencourt, J Siltberg-Liberles, EL Rech, RV Lewis
Biomacromolecules 11 (11), 3000-3006, 2010
The evolution of protein structures and structural ensembles under functional constraint
J Siltberg-Liberles, JA Grahnen, DA Liberles
Genes 2 (4), 748-762, 2011
The phylogeny of the aromatic amino acid hydroxylases revisited by characterizing phenylalanine hydroxylase from Dictyostelium discoideum
J Siltberg-Liberles, IH Steen, RM Svebak, A Martinez
Gene 427 (1-2), 86-92, 2008
Evolution of intrinsic disorder in eukaryotic proteins
JB Ahrens, J Nunez-Castilla, J Siltberg-Liberles
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 74 (17), 3163-3174, 2017
Evolution of structurally disordered proteins promotes neostructuralization
J Siltberg-Liberles
Molecular biology and evolution 28 (1), 59-62, 2011
Superstoichiometric binding of L-Phe to phenylalanine hydroxylase from Caenorhabditis elegans: evolutionary implications
MI Flydal, TC Mohn, AL Pey, J Siltberg-Liberles, K Teigen, A Martinez
Amino Acids 39 (5), 1463-1475, 2010
Searching distant homologs of the regulatory ACT domain in phenylalanine hydroxylase
J Siltberg-Liberles, A Martinez
Amino acids 36 (2), 235-249, 2009
The nuanced interplay of intrinsic disorder and other structural properties driving protein evolution
J Ahrens, HG Dos Santos, J Siltberg-Liberles
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (9), 2248-2256, 2016
Rapid evolutionary dynamics of structural disorder as a potential driving force for biological divergence in flaviviruses
JF Ortiz, ML MacDonald, P Masterson, VN Uversky, J Siltberg-Liberles
Genome biology and evolution 5 (3), 504-513, 2013
Functional diversification after gene duplication: paralog specific regions of structural disorder and phosphorylation in p53, p63, and p73
HG Dos Santos, J Nunez-Castilla, J Siltberg-Liberles
PloS one 11 (3), 2016
Metazoan innovation: from aromatic amino acids to extracellular signaling
KM Kutchko, J Siltberg-Liberles
Amino acids 45 (2), 359-367, 2013
Interaction of Peptide Aptamers with Prion Protein Central Domain Promotes α-Cleavage of PrPC
E Corda, X Du, SY Shim, AN Klein, J Siltberg-Liberles, S Gilch
Molecular neurobiology 55 (10), 7758-7774, 2018
Did the prion protein become vulnerable to misfolding after an evolutionary divide and conquer event?
K Richmond, P Masterson, JF Ortiz, J Siltberg-Liberles
Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics 32 (7), 1074-1084, 2014
Large-Scale analyses of Site-Specific evolutionary rates across eukaryote proteomes reveal confounding interactions between intrinsic disorder, secondary structure, and …
JB Ahrens, J Rahaman, J Siltberg-Liberles
Genes 9 (11), 553, 2018
Paralog-specific patterns of structural disorder and phosphorylation in the vertebrate SH3–SH2–tyrosine kinase protein family
HG Dos Santos, J Siltberg-Liberles
Genome biology and evolution 8 (9), 2806-2825, 2016
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