Gwendolyn Moise

TitleTeaching Assistant Professor
InstitutionPhiladelphia University
DepartmentUndergraduate Programs
Address3243 School House Lane
Philadelphia PA 19144
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    1. Moise G, Morales Y, Beaumont V, Caradonna T, Loria JP, Johnson SJ, Hengge AC. A YopH PTP1B Chimera Shows the Importance of the WPD-Loop Sequence to the Activity, Structure, and Dynamics of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases. Biochemistry. 2018 09 11; 57(36):5315-5326. PMID: 30110154.
    2. Moise G, Gallup NM, Alexandrova AN, Hengge AC, Johnson SJ. Conservative tryptophan mutants of the protein tyrosine phosphatase YopH exhibit impaired WPD-loop function and crystallize with divanadate esters in their active sites. Biochemistry. 2015 Oct 27; 54(42):6490-500. PMID: 26445170.
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