John Wheeler

Title(s)Emeritus Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
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    1. Kehoe JW, Whitaker B, Bethea D, Lacy ER, Boakye K, Santulli-Marotto S, Ryan MH, Feng Y, Wheeler JC. Isolation and optimization for affinity and biophysical characteristics of anti-CCL17 antibodies from the VH1-69 germline gene. Protein Eng Des Sel. 2014 Jun; 27(6):199-206. PMID: 24742503.
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    2. Tornetta M, Reddy R, Wheeler JC. Selection and maturation of antibodies by phage display through fusion to pIX. Methods. 2012 Sep; 58(1):34-9. PMID: 22841960.
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    3. Nair B, Wheeler JC, Sykes DE, Brown P, Reynolds JL, Aalinkeel R, Mahajan SD, Schwartz SA. Proteomic Approach to Evaluate Mechanisms That Contribute to Food Allergenicity: Comparative 2D-DIGE Analysis of Radioallergosorbent Test Positive and Negative Patients. Int J Proteomics. 2011; 2011:673618. PMID: 22091390; PMCID: PMC3195815.
    4. Shi L, Wheeler JC, Sweet RW, Lu J, Luo J, Tornetta M, Whitaker B, Reddy R, Brittingham R, Borozdina L, Chen Q, Amegadzie B, Knight DM, Almagro JC, Tsui P. De novo selection of high-affinity antibodies from synthetic fab libraries displayed on phage as pIX fusion proteins. J Mol Biol. 2010 Mar 26; 397(2):385-96. PMID: 20114051.
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    5. Vander Zwan CJ, Wheeler JC, Li LH, Tracey WD, Gergen JP. A DNA-binding-independent pathway of repression by the Drosophila Runt protein. Blood Cells Mol Dis. 2003 Mar-Apr; 30(2):207-22. PMID: 12732185.
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    6. Wheeler JC, VanderZwan C, Xu X, Swantek D, Tracey WD, Gergen JP. Distinct in vivo requirements for establishment versus maintenance of transcriptional repression. Nat Genet. 2002 Sep; 32(1):206-10. PMID: 12145660.
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