Department of Biochemistry
United States of America
Michael Brenowitz is a Professor in Yeshiva University in the Department of Biochemistry. Michael Brenowitz research interests are in Exploring how protein, DNA, and RNA structure, folding, and assembly determines the biological function of these macromolecules.
Exploring how protein, DNA, and RNA structure, folding, and assembly determines the biological function of these macromolecules.
Leser, M., Pegan, J., El Makkaoui, M., Schlatterer, J.C., Khine, M., Law, M.& Brenowitz, M. (2015) Protein Footprinting by Pyrite Shrink-Wrap Laminate, Lab on a Chip 15(7), 1646 – 50
Dai, Z., Tao, Y., Liu, N., Brenowitz, M.D., Girvin, M.E. & Lai, J.R. (2015) Conditional Trimerization and Lytic Activity of HIV-1 gp41 Variants containing the Membrane-Associated Segments, Biochemistry 54(8), 1589 – 99
Shymanets, A., Prajwal, Vadas, O., Czupalla, C., LoPiccolo, J., Brenowitz, M., Ghigo, A., Hirsch, E., Krause, E., Wetzker, R., Williams, R.L., Harteneck, C., Nürnberg B. (2015) Different inhibition of Gβγ-stimulated class IB phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K) variants by a monoclonal antibody. Specific function of p101 as a Gβγ-dependent regulator of PI3Kγ enzymatic activity,Biochemical J 469(1), 59 – 69