Prof. Norman Metanis
Prof. Norman Metanis
The Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Verified email at mail.huji.ac.il
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Traceless ligation of cysteine peptides using selective deselenization
N Metanis, E Keinan, PE Dawson
Angewandte Chemie 122 (39), 7203-7207, 2010
1672010
Vinyl Selenides in Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groups
PH Menezes, G Zeni
John Wiley & Sons: Oxford, DOI 10, 9780470682531, 2011
1502011
Synthetic seleno-glutaredoxin 3 analogues are highly reducing oxidoreductases with enhanced catalytic efficiency
N Metanis, E Keinan, PE Dawson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (51), 16684-16691, 2006
1392006
Selenium and selenocysteine in protein chemistry
R Mousa, R Notis Dardashti, N Metanis
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56 (50), 15818-15827, 2017
832017
Natural and synthetic selenoproteins
N Metanis, D Hilvert
Current opinion in chemical biology 22, 27-34, 2014
702014
Insights into the deselenization of selenocysteine into alanine and serine
S Dery, PS Reddy, L Dery, R Mousa, RN Dardashti, N Metanis
Chemical science 6 (11), 6207-6212, 2015
682015
Strategic use of non‐native diselenide bridges to steer oxidative protein folding
N Metanis, D Hilvert
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (23), 5585-5588, 2012
642012
Missing amide I mode in gap-mode tip-enhanced Raman spectra of proteins
C Blum, T Schmid, L Opilik, N Metanis, S Weidmann, R Zenobi
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (43), 23061-23066, 2012
592012
Chemical Synthesis of Proteins with Non‐Strategically Placed Cysteines Using Selenazolidine and Selective Deselenization
PS Reddy, S Dery, N Metanis
Angewandte Chemie 128 (3), 1004-1007, 2016
492016
Electrostatic interactions dominate the catalytic contribution of Arg39 in 4-oxalocrotonate tautomerase
N Metanis, A Brik, PE Dawson, E Keinan
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (40), 12726-12727, 2004
422004
Harnessing selenocysteine reactivity for oxidative protein folding
N Metanis, D Hilvert
Chemical science 6 (1), 322-325, 2015
372015
Accessing human selenoproteins through chemical protein synthesis
L Dery, PS Reddy, S Dery, R Mousa, O Ktorza, A Talhami, N Metanis
Chemical science 8 (3), 1922-1926, 2017
362017
Selenoglutathione‐mediated rescue of kinetically trapped intermediates in oxidative protein folding
N Metanis, C Foletti, J Beld, D Hilvert
Israel Journal of Chemistry 51 (8‐9), 953-959, 2011
242011
Primordial emergence of a nucleic acid-binding protein via phase separation and statistical ornithine-to-arginine conversion
LM Longo, D Despotović, O Weil-Ktorza, MJ Walker, J Jabłońska, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 15731-15739, 2020
232020
A designed synthetic analogue of 4-OT is specific for a non-natural substrate
N Metanis, E Keinan, PE Dawson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (16), 5862-5868, 2005
212005
Substitution of an internal disulfide bridge with a diselenide enhances both foldability and stability of human insulin
O Weil-Ktorza, N Rege, S Lansky, DE Shalev, G Shoham, MA Weiss, ...
Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany) 25 (36), 8513, 2019
202019
Small molecule diselenide additives for in vitro oxidative protein folding
PS Reddy, N Metanis
Chemical Communications 52 (16), 3336-3339, 2016
202016
Copper‐Mediated Selenazolidine Deprotection Enables One‐Pot Chemical Synthesis of Challenging Proteins
Z Zhao, N Metanis
Angewandte Chemie 131 (41), 14752-14756, 2019
152019
The chemistry of selenocysteine
N Metanis, J Beld, D Hilvert
PATAI'S Chemistry of Functional Groups, 2009
152009
BPTI folding revisited: switching a disulfide into methylene thioacetal reveals a previously hidden path
R Mousa, S Lansky, G Shoham, N Metanis
Chemical science 9 (21), 4814-4820, 2018
142018
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