Scott Showalter

Professor of Chemistry; Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Scott Showalter

Research Summary

Biophysical Chemistry applied to solution NMR spectroscopy of partially disordered proteins. NMR studies of protein dynamics coupled with computational and theoretical studies of the coupling between nuclear spin relaxation and molecular motion.

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Proteins Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Protein Intrinsically Disordered Proteins Rna Phosphorylation Carbon Micrornas Experiments Rna Polymerase Ii Lanthanoid Series Elements Nmr Spectroscopy Proline Masks Double Stranded Rna Polymers Application Statistical Ensemble Processing Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Transcription Factors Metals Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Small Interfering Rna Lanthanoid Atom

Most Recent Papers

Probing multiple enzymatic methylation events in real time with NMR spectroscopy

Emery T. Usher, Kevin E.W. Namitz, Michael S. Cosgrove, Scott A. Showalter, 2021, Biophysical Journal on p. 4710-4721

Transient Electrostatic Interactions between Fcp1 and Rap74 Bias the Conformational Ensemble of the Complex with Minimal Impact on Binding Affinity

Victor A. Prieto, Kevin E.W. Namitz, Scott A. Showalter, 2021, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 10917-10927

Intrinsically disordered substrates dictate SPOP subnuclear localization and ubiquitination activity

Emery T. Usher, Nafiseh Sabri, Roman Rohac, Amie K. Boal, Tanja Mittag, Scott A. Showalter, 2021, Journal of Biological Chemistry

Mapping invisible epitopes by NMR spectroscopy

Emery T. Usher, Scott A. Showalter, 2020, Journal of Biological Chemistry on p. 17411-17412

Elucidating the Role of Microprocessor Protein DGCR8 in Bending RNA Structures

Suzette A. Pabit, Yen Lin Chen, Emery T. Usher, Erik C. Cook, Lois Pollack, Scott A. Showalter, 2020, Biophysical Journal on p. 2524-2536

An adjunctive therapy administered with an antibiotic prevents enrichment of antibiotic-resistant clones of a colonizing opportunistic pathogen

Valerie J. Morley, Clare L. Kinnear, Derek G. Sim, Samantha N. Olson, Lindsey M. Jackson, Elsa Hansen, Grace A. Usher, Scott A. Showalter, Manjunath P. Pai, Robert J. Woods, Andrew F. Read, 2020, eLife on p. 1-17

Reviving Protein-Observed <sup>19</sup>F Lineshape Analysis for Deep Insight into Protein-Ligand Binding Events

Scott A. Showalter, 2020, Biophysical Journal on p. 2333-2335

Ultrasound-guided cytosolic protein delivery via transient fluorous masks

Janna N. Sloand, Theodore T. Nguyen, Scott A. Zinck, Erik C. Cook, Tawanda J. Zimudzi, Scott A. Showalter, Adam B. Glick, Julianna C. Simon, Scott H. Medina, 2020, ACS Nano on p. 4061-4073

Solution Ensemble of the C-Terminal Domain from the Transcription Factor Pdx1 Resembles an Excluded Volume Polymer

Erik C. Cook, Debashish Sahu, Monique Bastidas, Scott A. Showalter, 2019, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 106-116

Structural basis for rare earth element recognition by methylobacterium extorquens lanmodulin

Erik C. Cook, Emily R. Featherston, Scott A. Showalter, Joseph A. Cotruvo, 2019, Biochemistry on p. 120-125

Most-Cited Papers

Application of NMR to studies of intrinsically disordered proteins

Eric B. Gibbs, Erik C. Cook, Scott A. Showalter, 2017, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics on p. 57-70

Phosphorylation induces sequence-specific conformational switches in the RNA polymerase II C-terminal domain

Eric B. Gibbs, Feiyue Lu, Bede Portz, Michael J. Fisher, Brenda P. Medellin, Tatiana N. Laremore, Yan Jessie Zhang, David S. Gilmour, Scott A. Showalter, 2017, Nature Communications

Structural basis for rare earth element recognition by methylobacterium extorquens lanmodulin

Erik C. Cook, Emily R. Featherston, Scott A. Showalter, Joseph A. Cotruvo, 2019, Biochemistry on p. 120-125

Quantitative biophysical characterization of intrinsically disordered proteins

Eric B. Gibbs, Scott A. Showalter, 2015, Biochemistry on p. 1314-1326

The Role of Human Dicer-dsRBD in Processing Small Regulatory RNAs

Christopher Wostenberg, Jeffrey W. Lary, Debashish Sahu, Roderico Acevedo, Kaycee A. Quarles, James L. Cole, Scott A. Showalter, 2012, PLoS One

Structural heterogeneity in the intrinsically disordered RNA polymerase II C-terminal domain

Bede Portz, Feiyue Lu, Eric B. Gibbs, Joshua E. Mayfield, M. Rachel Mehaffey, Yan Jessie Zhang, Jennifer S. Brodbelt, Scott A. Showalter, David S. Gilmour, 2017, Nature Communications

Generating NMR chemical shift assignments of intrinsically disordered proteins using carbon-detected NMR methods

Debashish Sahu, Monique Bastidas, Scott A. Showalter, 2014, Analytical Biochemistry on p. 17-25

A primer for carbon-detected NMR applications to intrinsically disordered proteins in solution

Monique Bastidas, Eric B. Gibbs, Debashish Sahu, Scott A. Showalter, 2015, Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part A: Bridging Education and Research on p. 54-66

Carbon-detected <sup>15</sup>N NMR spin relaxation of an intrinsically disordered protein

Chad W. Lawrence, Scott A. Showalter, 2012, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters on p. 1409-1413

Ensemble analysis of primary microRNA structure reveals an extensive capacity to deform near the drosha cleavage site

Kaycee A. Quarles, Debashish Sahu, Mallory A. Havens, Ellen R. Forsyth, Christopher Wostenberg, Michelle L. Hastings, Scott A. Showalter, 2013, Biochemistry on p. 795-807