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Hollenstein, M. ; Hipolito, C. J. ; Lam, C. H. ; Perrin, D. M. A Dnazyme With Three Protein-Like Functional Groups: Enhancing Catalytic Efficiency Of M2+-Independent Rna Cleavage. Chembiochem 2009, 10, 1988-1992.
Thomas, J. M. ; Yoon, J. K. ; Perrin, D. M. Investigation Of The Catalytic Mechanism Of A Synthetic Dnazyme With Protein-Like Functionality: An Rnasea Mimic?. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2009, 131, 5648-5658.
Hollenstein, M. ; Hipolito, C. ; Lam, C. ; Dietrich, D. ; Perrin, D. M. A Highly Selective Dnazyme Sensor For Mercuric Ions. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 2008, 47, 4346-4350.
Lam, C. ; Hipolito, C. ; Perrin, D. M. Synthesis And Enzymatic Incorporation Of Modified Deoxyadenosine Triphosphates. European Journal of Organic Chemistry 2008, 4915-4923.
May, J. P. ; Ting, R. ; Lermer, L. ; Thomas, J. M. ; Roupioz, Y. ; Perrin, D. M. Covalent Schiff Base Catalysis And Turnover By A Dnazyme: A M2+ Independent Ap-Endonuclease Mimic. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2004, 126, 4145-4156.
Ting, R. ; Lermer, L. ; Thomas, J. ; Roupioz, Y. ; Perrin, D. M. Selection And Characterization Of Dnazymes With Synthetically Appended Functionalities: A Case Of A Synthetic Rnasea Mimic. Pure and Applied Chemistry 2004, 76, 1571-1577.
Ting, R. ; Thomas, J. M. ; Lermer, L. ; Perrin, D. M. Substrate Specificity And Kinetic Framework Of A Dnazyme With An Expanded Chemical Repertoire: A Putative Rnasea Mimic That Catalyzes Rna Hydrolysis Independent Of A Divalent Metal Cation. Nucleic Acids Research 2004, 32, 6660-6672.
Lermer, L. ; Roupioz, Y. ; Ting, R. ; Perrin, D. M. Toward An Rnasea Mimic: A Dnazyme With Imidazoles And Cationic Amines. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2002, 124, 9960-9961.
Perrin, D. M. ; Garestier, T. ; Helene, C. Bridging The Gap Between Proteins And Nucleic Acids: A Metal-Independent Rnasea Mimic With Two Protein-Like Functionalities. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2001, 123, 1556-1563.