The Rowland Institute at Harvard

Biophysical Chem Lab

Members

Jeff Hoch
Alan Stern

Research

LSIII
Human Prolactin

NMR Data Processing

Macromolecular
  Structure Calculations

Group Alumni

Peter Connolly
Claudio Chuaqui
Eric LaRosa
Kuo-Bin Li
George Maalouf
John Osterhout

Rowland Home

Alan S. Stern

Rowland Institute at Harvard
100 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
Cambridge, MA 02142
USA

office: (617) 497-4684
fax: (617) 497-4627
e-mail:
stern@rowland.org

Education

University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. (Mathematics), 1984

Harvard University, A.B. (Mathematics, summa cum laude), 1979

Publications

"Multiple-quantum magic-angle spinning spectroscopy using nonlinear sampling." Rovnyak D, Filip C, Itin B, Stern AS, Wagner G, Griffin RG, Hoch JC. J Magn Reson 161, 43-55 (2003)

"De novo Backbone and Sequence Design of an Idealized alpha/beta-barrel Protein: Evidence of Stable Tertiary Structure" F. Offredi, F. Dubali, P. Kischel. K. Sarinski, Alan S. Stern, C. Van de Weerdt, Jeffrey C. Hoch, C. Prosperi, J.M. François, S.L. Mayo, and J.A. Martial, J Mol Biol 325, 163-174 (2003)

"Modern spectrum analysis in multidimensional NMR spectroscopy. Comparison of linear-prediction extrapolation and maximum-entropy reconstruction" Alan S. Stern, Kuo-Bin Li, and Jeffrey C. Hoch, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 124, 1982-1993 (2002)

"Maximum Entropy Reconstruction, Spectrum Analysis and Deconvolution in Multidimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance" Jeffrey C. Hoch and Alan S. Stern, Meth. Enzym., 338, 159-178 (2001)

"Signatures and Consequences of Hydrophobic Strain in Globular Proteins" Jeffrey C. Hoch and Alan S. Stern, in "Dynamics, Structure, and Function of Biological Macromolecules", O. Jardetzky and M.D. Finucane, eds., IOS Press, Amsterdam, (2001)

New Carbon-Detected Protein NMR Experiments Using CryoProbes, Zach Serber, Christian Richter, Detlef Moskau, Jean-Marc Böhlen, Tobias Gerfin, Daniel Marek, Markus Häberli, Ludivica Baselgia, Frank Laukien, Alan S. Stern, Jeffrey C. Hoch, and Volker Dötsch, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 122, 3554-3555 (2000)

"Temperature dependence of switching of the bacterial flagellar motor by the protein CheY(13DK106YW)", Linda Turner, Arivinathan D.T. Samuel, Alan S. Stern and Howard C. Berg, Biophys J. 77:597-603 (1999).

"Artifacts in sensitivity-enhanced HSQC.", C.J. Turner, Peter J. Connolly and Alan S. Stern,
J Magn Reson. 137:281-284 (1999).

"Fitting Protein Structures to Experimental Data: Lessons from Before Your Mother Was Born" Jeffrey C. Hoch and Alan S. Stern, in "Protein Dynamics, Function, and Design", O. Jardetzky and J.-F. Lefevre, eds.,

Plenum Press, New York (1998)"Distributed parallel processing for multidimensional maximum entropy
reconstruction," Kuo-Bin Li, Alan S. Stern, Jeffrey C. Hoch,
J Magn Reson. 134:161-163 (1998).

"Quantification of Maxium-Entropy Spectrum Reconstructions", Peter Schmieder, Alan S. Stern, Gerhard Wagner, and Jeffrey C. Hoch, J. Magn. Reson. 125, 332-339 (1997).

"Structure and Dynamics of a Protein Assembly. 1H-NMR Studies of the 36 kDa R6 Insulin Hexamer", Edgar Jacoby, Qing Xin Hua, Alan S. Stern, Bruce H. Frank, and Michael A. Weiss, J. Mol. Biol. 258, 136-157 (1996).

"Maximum Entropy Reconstruction in NMR", Alan S. Stern and Jeffrey C. Hoch, in Encyclopedia of NMR, D. M. Grant and R. K. Harris, eds., John Wiley & Sons, Chichester (1996).

"Solution Structure of LSIII, a Long Neurotoxin from the Venom of Laticauda semifasciata", Peter J. Connolly, Alan S. Stern and Jeffrey C. Hoch, Biochemistry 35, 418-426 (1996).

"Solution Structure of the Long Neurotoxin LSIII, With Possible Implications for Binding to the Acetylcholine Receptor", Peter J. Connolly, Alan S. Stern, and Jeffrey C. Hoch, in Dynamics and the Problem of Recognition in Biological Macromolecules, O. Jardetzky and F.-F. Lefevre, eds., Plenum Press, New York (1996).

"Improved Resolution in Triple-Resonance Spectra by Nonlinear Sampling in the Contant-Time Domain", Peter Schmieder, Alan S. Stern, Gerhard Wagner, and Jeffrey C. Hoch, J. Biomol. NMR 4, 483-490 (1994).

"A Class of Connected Theories of Order", Alan S. Stern and Stanislaw S. `Swierczkowski, J. Symb. Logic 59, 534-542 (1994).

"Estimating Protein Fold from Incomplete and Approximate NMR Data", Peter J. Connolly, Alan S. Stern and Jeffrey C. Hoch, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 116, 2675-2676 (1994).

"Holographic Methods in X-ray Crystallography. III. First Numerical Results", George J. Maalouf, Jeffrey C. Hoch, Alan S. Stern, Hanna Szöke, and Abraham Szöke, Acta Cryst. A49, 866-871 (1993).

"Application of Nonlinear Sampling Schemes to COSY-type Spectra", Peter Schmieder, Alan S. Stern, Gerhard Wagner, and Jeffrey C. Hoch, J. Biomol. NMR 3, 569-576 (1993).

"Construction of Sentences with Specific Interpretability Properties", Alan S. Stern, Fund. Math. 142, 189-200 (1993).

"A Method for Determining Overall Protein Fold from NMR Distance Restraints", Jeffrey C. Hoch and Alan S. Stern, J. Biomol. NMR 2, 535-543 (1992).

"A New, Storage-Efficient Algorithm for Maxium Entropy Spectrum Reconstruction", Alan S. Stern and Jeffrey C. Hoch, J. Magn. Reson. 97, 97-250 (1992).

"Maxium Entropy and the Nearly Black Object", David L. Donoho, Iain M. Johnstone, Jeffrey C. Hoch, and Alan S. Stern, J. R. Statist. Soc. B 54, 41-81 (1992).

"Computer-Aided Analysis of Protein NMR Spectra", Jeffrey C. Hoch, Alan S. Stern, and Christina Redfield, Current Opinion in Structural Biology 1, 1036-1041 (1992).

"Does the Maxium Entropy Method Improve Sensitivity?", David L. Donoho, Iain M. Johnstone, Alan S. Stern, and Jeffrey C. Hoch, Pro. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 87, 5066-5068 (1990).

"Maxium Entropy Reconstruction of Complex (Phase-Sensitive) Spectra", Jan Mycielski, Pavel Pudlák, and Alan S. Stern, Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society, 426, American Mathematical Society, Providence (1990).

"Sequential Theories and Infinite Distributivity in the Lattice of Chapters", Alan S. Stern, J. Symb. Logic 54, 190-206 (1989).

"The Lattice of Local Interpretability of Theories", Alan S. Stern, Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley (1984).

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