Ira Ropson

Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ira Ropson

Research Summary

Folding, stability and function of proteins.

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Proteins Capsid Bile Acid Binding Proteins Phenylalanine Capsid Proteins Carrier Proteins Peptides Dibenzo(A,L)Pyrene Glucuronosyltransferase Dimerization Human Akr1c2 Protein Glucuronides Protein C Lipids Fatty Acid Binding Proteins Rous Sarcoma Virus Tryptophan Fluorescence Mutation Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Enzymes Mutant Proteins Amino Acids Fluorine Viruses

Most Recent Papers

Potential role for CA-SP in nucleating retroviral capsid maturation

Matthew R. England, John G. Purdy, Ira J. Ropson, Paula M. Dalessio, Rebecca C. Cravena, 2014, Journal of virology on p. 7170-7177

Lethal mutations in the major homology region and their suppressors act by modulating the dimerization of the rous sarcoma virus capsid protein C-terminal domain

Paula Dalessio, Rebecca Craven, Parvez M. Lokhandwala, Ira Ropson, 2013, Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics on p. 316-325

Characterization of dibenzo[ a,l pyrene- trans -11,12-diol (dibenzo[ def,p chrysene) glucuronidation by UDP-glucuronosyltransferases

Kristine C. Olson, Dongxiao Sun, Gang Chen, Arun Sharma, Shantu Amin, Ira Ropson, Thomas Spratt, Philip Lazarus, 2011, Chemical Research in Toxicology on p. 1549-1559

Residual interactions in unfolded bile acid-binding protein by <sup>19</sup>F NMR

H. Kenney Basehore, Ira J. Ropson, 2011, Protein Science on p. 327-335

Retroviral Capsid Assembly

John G. Purdy, John M. Flanagan, Ira J. Ropson, Rebecca C. Craven, 2009, Journal of Molecular Biology on p. 438-451

Comparison of the folding mechanism of highly homologous proteins in the lipid-binding protein family

Ira J. Ropson, Joshua A. Boyer, Blake A. Schaeffer, Paula M. Dalessio, 2009, Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics on p. 799-806

Critical role of conserved hydrophobic residues within the major homology region in mature retroviral capsid assembly

John G. Purdy, John M. Flanagan, Ira J. Ropson, Kristen E. Rennoll-Bankert, Rebecca C. Craven, 2008, Journal of virology on p. 5951-5961

A residual structure in unfolded intestinal fatty acid binding protein consists of amino acids that are neighbors in the native state

Ira J. Ropson, Joshua A. Boyer, Paula M. Dalessio, 2006, Biochemistry on p. 2608-2617

Intragenic suppression of Gal3C interaction with Gal80 in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae GAL gene switch

Cuong Q. Diep, Gang Peng, Maria Bewley, Vepkhia Pilauri, Ira Ropson, James E. Hopper, 2006, Genetics on p. 77-87

The role of Trp-82 in the folding of intestinal fatty acid binding protein

Paula Dalessio, Susan E. Fromholt, Ira Ropson, 2005, Proteins: Structure, Function and Genetics on p. 176-183

Most-Cited Papers

Characterization of dibenzo[ a,l pyrene- trans -11,12-diol (dibenzo[ def,p chrysene) glucuronidation by UDP-glucuronosyltransferases

Kristine C. Olson, Dongxiao Sun, Gang Chen, Arun Sharma, Shantu Amin, Ira Ropson, Thomas Spratt, Philip Lazarus, 2011, Chemical Research in Toxicology on p. 1549-1559

Potential role for CA-SP in nucleating retroviral capsid maturation

Matthew R. England, John G. Purdy, Ira J. Ropson, Paula M. Dalessio, Rebecca C. Cravena, 2014, Journal of virology on p. 7170-7177

Lethal mutations in the major homology region and their suppressors act by modulating the dimerization of the rous sarcoma virus capsid protein C-terminal domain

Paula Dalessio, Rebecca Craven, Parvez M. Lokhandwala, Ira Ropson, 2013, Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics on p. 316-325

Residual interactions in unfolded bile acid-binding protein by <sup>19</sup>F NMR

H. Kenney Basehore, Ira J. Ropson, 2011, Protein Science on p. 327-335