Stephen J Hagen

Professor

UF, Physics Affiliated Faculty & Staff

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Contact Information

Email hagen@phys.ufl.edu
Phone (352) 392-4716
Fax (352) 392-3591
Address P.O. Box 118440
Gainesville , FL 32611-8440
Building New Physics Building, UF, 2001 Museum Rd.

Publications and Scientific Activities

    2008

    1. Kinetics of folding and binding of an intrinsically disordered protein: the inhibitor of yeast aspartic proteinase YPrA Narayanan, R.; Genesh, O.K.; Edison, A.S. and Hagen, S.J. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 130, 34, 11477-85 (2008)

    2007

    1. PROTEIN FOLDING AT THE RESIDUE LEVEL: Probing NMR data with Singular Value Decomposition Ganesh, O.J.; Green, T.B.; Edison, A.S. and Hagen, S.J 48th Experimental NMR Conf. Daytona, FL April 22-28 (2007)

    2006

    1. Characterizing the Residue Level Folding of the Intrinsically Unstructured IA3 Ganesh, O.K.; Green, T.B.; Edison, A.S. and Hagen, S.J. Biochemistry, 45, 45, 13585-13596 (2006)

    2004

    1. IA3, an Aspartic Proteinase Inhibitor from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Is Intrinsically Unstructured in Solution Green, T.B.; Ganesh, O.; Perry, K.; Smith, L.; Phylip, L.H.; Logan, T.M.; Hagen, S.J.; Dunn, B.M. and Edison, A.S. Biochemistry, 43, 4071-4081 (2004)

    2002

    1. IA3, A Yeast Proteinase A Inhibitor, is Intrinsically Unstructured in Solution Green, T.; Perry, K.; Smith, L.; Phylip, L.H.; Logan, T.M.; Hagen, S.J.; Dunn, B.M. and Edison, A.S. Miami Nature Biotechnology Symposia: The Genome and Beyond--Structural Biology for Medicine Miami, FL February 2-6 (2002)

    2001

    1. Novel Inhibitors of Fungal Aspartic Proteinases Dunn, B.; Edison, A.S. and Hagen, S. Agency: NIH From: 1/1/2001 To: 1/1/2004 Amount: 150,000/yr (2001)