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Yuan Chu, Nicholas H. Williams, and Alvan C. Hengge.  “Transition States and Control of Substrate Preference in the Promiscuous Phosphatase PP1.”  Biochemistry2017, 56 (30), 3923-3933.


 You, B.; Liu, X.; Liu, X.; Sun, Y.* "Efficient H2 evolution coupled with oxidative refining of alcohols via a hierarchically porous nickel bifunctional electrocatalyst" ACS Catal., 20177, 4564-4570.


Jiang, N.; Liu, X.; Dong, J.; You, B.; Liu, X.; Sun, Y.* "Electrocatalysis of furfural oxidation coupled with H2 evolution via nickel-based electrocatalysts in water" ChemNanoMat, 20173, 491-495.



You, B.; Liu, X.; Jiang, N.; Sun, Y.* "A general strategy for decoupled hydrogen production from water splitting by integrating oxidative biomass valorizationJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016138, 13639-13646.


You, B.; Jiang, N.; Liu, X.; Sun, Y.* "Simultaneous H2 generation and biomass upgrading in water by an efficient noble-metal-free bifunctional electrocatalyst" Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 201655, 9913-9917.


Jiang, N.; You, B.; Boonstra, R.; Terrero Rodriguez, I. M.; Sun, Y.* "Integrating electrocatalytic 5-hydroxymethylfurfural oxidation and hydrogen production via Co-P-derived electrocatalysts" ACS Energy Lett., 20161, 386-390.



Gwendolyn Moise, Nathan M. Gallup, Anastassia N. Alexandrova, Alvan C. Hengge, and Sean J. Johnson.  “Conservative tryptophan mutants of the protein-tyrosine phosphatase YopH exhibit impaired WPD-loop function and crystallize with divanadate esters in their active sites.”  Biochemistry201554 (42), 6490–6500.


Alvan C. Hengge.  “Kinetic Isotope Effects In The Characterization Of Catalysis by Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases.”  Biochim. Biophys. Acta.-Proteins and Proteomics, 20151854, 1768-1775.  DOI:  10.1016/j.bbapap.2015.03.010. 




Vyacheslav I. Kuznetsov and Alvan C. Hengge.  “New Functional Aspects of the Atypical Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase VHZ.”  Biochemistry201352 (45), 8012–8025.



Vyacheslav I. Kuznetsov, Alvan C. Hengge, and Sean J. Johnson.  “New aspects of the phosphatase VHZ revealed by a high-resolution structure with vanadate and substrate screening.”  Biochemistry201251, 9869-9879.


Tiago A. S. Brandão, Alvan C. Hengge, and Sean J. Johnson.  “The molecular details of WPD-loop movement differ in the protein-tyrosine phosphatases YopH and PTP1B.”  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 2012, 525, 53-59.