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Ian William Windsor, Ph.D.

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  1. McMahon CM, Isabella CR, Windsor IW, Kosma P, Raines RT, Kiessling LL. Stereoelectronic Effects Impact Glycan Recognition. J Am Chem Soc. 2020 Feb 05; 142(5):2386-2395. PMID: 31930911.
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  2. Shepard SM, Windsor IW, Raines RT, Cummins CC. Nucleoside Tetra- and Pentaphosphates Prepared Using a Tetraphosphorylation Reagent Are Potent Inhibitors of Ribonuclease A. J Am Chem Soc. 2019 11 20; 141(46):18400-18404. PMID: 31651164.
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  3. Windsor IW, Graff CJ, Raines RT. Circular zymogens of human ribonuclease 1. Protein Sci. 2019 09; 28(9):1713-1719. PMID: 31306518.
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  4. Windsor IW, Gold B, Raines RT. An n?p* Interaction in the Bound Substrate of Aspartic Proteases Replicates the Oxyanion Hole. ACS Catal. 2019 Feb 01; 9(2):1464-1471. PMID: 31093467.
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  5. Windsor IW, Palte MJ, Lukesh JC, Gold B, Forest KT, Raines RT. Sub-picomolar Inhibition of HIV-1 Protease with a Boronic Acid. J Am Chem Soc. 2018 10 31; 140(43):14015-14018. PMID: 30346745.
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  6. Windsor IW, Raines RT. A substrate selected by phage display exhibits enhanced side-chain hydrogen bonding to HIV-1 protease. Acta Crystallogr D Struct Biol. 2018 07 01; 74(Pt 7):690-694. PMID: 29968678.
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  7. Smith TP, Windsor IW, Forest KT, Raines RT. Stilbene Boronic Acids Form a Covalent Bond with Human Transthyretin and Inhibit Its Aggregation. J Med Chem. 2017 09 28; 60(18):7820-7834. PMID: 28920684.
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  8. Windsor IW, Raines RT. Fluorogenic Assay for Inhibitors of HIV-1 Protease with Sub-picomolar Affinity. Sci Rep. 2015 Aug 11; 5:11286. PMID: 26261098.
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