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Kathryn Muratore
Kathryn Muratore
  • Kathryn Muratore
    • Assistant Professor
  • American University
  • Department of Chemistry
  • 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
  • 310 Beeghly
  • Washington, DC 20016
  • Phone
    1. 202-885-1722
    2. 202-8851787
  • Email me through OpenWetWare

I am an Assistant Professor at American University. I learned about OpenWetWare from web search, and I've joined because we want to establish collaborative notebooks for an undergraduate lab course.

Education

  • 2008, Postdoctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins, Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences (Dr. Phil Cole)
  • 2006, PhD, UC Berkeley, Molecular and Cell Biology (Dr. Jack Kirsch)
  • 2000, BS, Carnegie Mellon University, Chemistry

Research interests

  1. Enzyme redesign
    • Aspartate Aminotransferase
    • Malate Dehydrogenase
  2. Computational biochemistry

Publications

  1. Muratore KE, Seeliger MA, Wang Z, Fomina D, Neiswinger J, Havranek JJ, et al. Comparative Analysis of Mutant Tyrosine Kinase Chemical Rescue. Biochemistry. 2009;48(15):3378-86. PMC2714740
  2. Muratore KE, Srouji JR, Chow MA, Kirsch JF. Recombinant expression of twelve evolutionarily diverse subfamily I[alpha] aminotransferases. Protein Expression and Purification. 2008;57(1):34-44. PMC2713771
  3. Muratore KE, Cole PA. A Lock on Phosphotyrosine Signaling. ACS Chemical Biology. 2007;2(7):454-6. PMID 17649969
  4. Engelhardt BE, Jordan MI, Muratore KE, Brenner SE. Protein Molecular Function Prediction by Bayesian Phylogenomics. PLoS Comput Biol. 2005;1(5):e45. PMC1246806
  5. Chow MA, McElroy KE, Corbett KD, Berger JM, Kirsch JF. Narrowing substrate specificity in a directly evolved enzyme: the A293D mutant of aspartate aminotransferase. Biochemistry. 2004;43(40):12780-7. PMID 15461450
  6. McElroy KE, Bouchard PJ, Harpel MR, Horiuchi KY, Rogers KC, Murphy DJ, et al. Implementation of a Continuous, Enzyme-Coupled Fluorescence Assay for High-Throughput Analysis of Glutamate-Producing Enzymes. Analytical Biochemistry. 2000;284(2):382-7. PMID 10964423

Notebooks

AU CHEM-570 lab prep

Materials

Protocols

Colleagues' Pages

Matt Hartings

Daniel Catt

Useful links

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