65. “α-Crystallins in the vertebrate eye lens: Complex oligomers and molecular chaperones” Marc A. Sprague-Piercy, Megan A. Rocha, Ashley O. Kwok, and R.W. Martin* Annual Review of Physical Chemistry in press (2020).

64. “Sequence characterization and molecular modeling of clinically relevant variants of the SARS-CoV-2 main protease,” Thomas J. Cross, Gemma R. Takahashi, Elizabeth Diessner, Marquise G. Crosby, Vesta Farahmand, Shannon Zhuang, Carter T. Butts,* and R.W. Mar- tin* Biochemistry in press (2020). Available Online. 

63. “Network Hamiltonian models reveal pathways to amyloid fibril formation,” Yue Yu, Gianmarc Grazioli, Megha H. Unhelkar, Rachel W. Martin, and Carter T. Butts* Scientific Reports, 10, 15668 (2020). Available Online. 

62. “The Droserasin 1 PSI: A Membrane-Interacting Antimicrobial Peptide from the Carnivorous Plant Drosera capensis,” Marc A. Sprague-Piercy, Jan C. Bierma, Marquise G. Crosby, Brooke P. Carpenter, Gemma R. Takahashi, Joana Paulino, Ivan Hung, Rongfu Zhang, John E. Kelly, Natalia Kozlyuk, Xi Chen, Carter T. Butts, and Rachel W. Martin* Biomolecules 10, 1069 (2020). Available Online.

61. “Human gamma S-crystallin copper binding helps buffer against aggregation caused by oxidative damage,” Kyle W. Roskamp, Sana Azim, Guther Kassier, Brenna Norton-Baker, Marc A. Sprague-Piercy, R.J. Dwayne Miller,  and R.W. Martin* Biochemistry 59, 25, 2371–2385 (2020). Available Online.

60.  “Function and aggregation in structural eye lens crystallins”,  Kyle W. Roskamp, Carolyn N. Paulson, William D. Brubaker, and R.W. Martin*   Accounts of Chemical Research 53, 4, 863–874 (2020). Available Online. 

59. “An in silico approach to protease discovery,” P. Kadandale , M. Sprague-Piercy, and R. W. Martin* Article 10 In: McMahon K, editor. Advances in Biology Laboratory Education. Volume 41. Publication of the 41st Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE). Available Online. 

58. “Human αB-crystallin discriminates between aggregation-prone and function-preserving variants of a client protein,” Marc A Sprague-Piercy, Eric Wong, Kyle W Roskamp, Joseph N Fakhoury, J Alfredo Freites, Douglas J Tobias, Rachel W Martin* Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects 1864 129502 (2020). Available Online.

57. “Divalent cations and the divergence of βγ-crystallin function,” Kyle W. Roskamp, Natalia Kozlyuk, Suvrajit Sengupta, and R.W. Martin* Biochemistry 58 4505-4518 (2019). Available Online.

56. “3D printed dissolvable inserts for efficient and customizable fabrication of NMR transceiver coils,” Jessica I. Kelz, John E. Kelly, and R.W. Martin* Journal of Magnetic Resonance 305 89-92 (2019). Available Online.

55. “Comparative exploratory analysis of intrinsically disordered protein dynamics using machine learning and network analytic methods,” Gianmarc Grazioli, R.W. Martin, and Carter T. Butts* Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences 6 42 (2019). Available Online.

54. “Network-based classification and modeling of amyloid fibrils,” Gianmarc Grazioli, Yue Yu, Megha H. Unhelkar, R.W. Martin, and Carter T. Butts* The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 123 (26) 5452-5462 (2019). Available Online.

53. “Advances in instrumentation and methodology for solid-state NMR of biological assemblies,” R.W. Martin*, John E. Kelly, and Jessica I. Kelz Journal of Structural Biology 206 73-89 (2019). This article is part of the Special Issue on Solid-State NMR of Biomolecular Assemblies. Available Online.

52. “Protein structure networks provide insight into active site flexibility in esterase/lipases from the carnivorous plant Drosera capensis,” Vy T. Duong, Megha H. Unhelkar, John E. Kelly, Suhn H. Kim, Carter T. Butts*, and R.W. Martin* Integrative Biology 10 768-779 (2018). Available Online.

51. “Controlling liquid-liquid phase separation in cold-adapted crystallin proteins from the Antarctic toothfish,” Jan C. Bierma, Kyle W. Roskamp, Aaron P. Ledray, Andor J. Kiss*, C.-H. Christina Cheng, and R.W. Martin* Journal of Molecular Biology 430 (24); 5151-5168 (2018). Available Online.

50. “Protein refractive index increment is determined by conformation as well as composition,” Domarin Khago, Jan C. Bierma, Kyle W. Roskamp, Natalia Kozlyuk, and R.W. Martin* Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 30 (43); 435101 (2018). Available Online.

49. “Evolutionary and structural analyses uncover a role for solvent interactions in the diversification of cocoonases in butterflies,'” Gilbert Smith, John E. Kelly, Aide Macias-Muñoz, Carter T. Butts, R. W. Martin, and A. D. Briscoe* Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285; (1870); (2018). Available Online.

48. “Design and construction of a quadruple-resonance MAS NMR probe for investigation of extensively deuterated biomolecules,”  Kelsey A. Collier, Suvrajit Sengupta, Catalina A. Espinosa, John E. Kelly,  Jessica I. Kelz, and R.W. Martin* Journal of Magnetic Resonance 285; 8-17 (2017). Available Online.

47. “Kinetics of Trifluoromethane Clathrate Hydrate Formation from CHF3 Gas and Ice Particles,” Jaruwan Amtawong, Michael T. Nguyen, Nicole C. Carrejo, Jin Guo, Suvrajit Sengupta, Everly B. Fleischer, R.W. Martin, and Kenneth C. Janda* The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 121 (38); 7089-7098 (2017) Available Online

46. “Multiple aggregation pathways in human yS-crystallin and its aggregation prone G18V-variant,”  Kyle W. Roskamp, David M. Montelongo, Chelsea D. Anorma, Diana N. Bandak, Janine A. Chua, Kurtis T. Malechaand R.W. Martin Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 58; 2397-2405 (2017). Available Online

45. “Structure prediction and network analysis of chitinases from the Cape sundew, Drosera capensis,” Megha H. Unhelkar, Vy T. Duong, Kaosoluchi N. Enendu, John E. Kelly, Seemal Tahir, Carter T. Butts*. and R.W. Martin* Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – General Subjects 1861 (3); 636-643 (2017). Available Online

44. “Cyclizing Pentapeptides: Mechanism and Application of Dehydrophenylanine as a Traceless Turn-Inducer,” Diane N. Le, Jan Riedel, Natalia Kozlyuk, Rachel W. Martin, and Vy M. Dong* Organic Letters 19 (1); 114-117  (2017). Available Online

(43) “Calcium binding dramatically stabilizes an ancestral crystallin fold in tunicate βγ-crystallin,” Natalia Kozlyuk, Suvrajit Sengupta, Jan C. Bierma, and R.W. Martin* Biochemistry (2016). Available online

(42) “Sequence comparison, molecular modeling, and network analysis predict structural diversity in cysteine proteases from the Cape sundew, Drosera capensis,”  Carter T. Butts*, Xuhong Zhang, John E. Kelly, Kyle W. Roskamp, Megha H. Unhelkar, J. Alfredo Freites, Seemal Tahir and R.W. Martin* Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal (2016). Available online

(41) “Novel proteases from the genome of the carnivorous plant Drosera capensis: structural prediction and comparative analysis,” Carter T. Butts*, Jan C. Bierma, and Rachel W. Martin*.  Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics (2016). (Featured on the coverAvailable online

(40) “Propane clathrate hydrate formation accelerated by methanol,” Jaruwan Amtawong, Jin Guo, Jared S. Hale, Suvrajit Sengupta, Everly B. Fleischer, Rachel W. Martin, and Kenneth C. Janda* The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 7; 2346-2349 (2016). Available online

(39) “In situ NMR measurement of free divalent ion concentrations for molecular and structural studies,” Natalia Kozlyuk, Suvrajit Sengupta, Andrej Luptak*, and Rachel W. Martin* Journal of Biomolecular NMR (2016). Available online

(38) “Multi-conformation Monte Carlo: A method for introducing flexibility in efficient simulations of many-protein systems,” Vera Prytkova, Matthias Heyden, Domarin Khago, J. Alfredo Freites, Carter T. Butts, Rachel W. Martin, and Douglas J. Tobias* The Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2016). Available online

(37) “Stability of protein-specific hydration shell on crowding,” Kuo-Ying Huang, Carolyn N. Kingsley, Ryan Sheil, Chi- Yuan Cheng, Jan C. Bierma, Kyle W. Roskamp, Domarin Khago, Rachel W. Martin*, and Songi Han* Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016). Available online

(36) “Gas flow rate and temperature dependence of the kinetics of difluoromethane clathrate formation from CF2H2 gas and ice particles,” Michael T. Nguyen, Jaruwan Amtawong, Karena Smoll, Andrew Chanez, Michael Yamano, Gia-Bao Hoang Dinh, Suvrajit Sengupta, Rachel W. Martin and Kenneth C. Janda*  The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2016). Available online

(35) “Increased exposure of hydrophobic surfaces in the cataract-related G18V variant of human γS-crystallin,” Domarin Khago, Eric Wong, Carolyn N. Kingsley, J. Alfredo Freites, Douglas J. Tobias*, and Rachel W. Martin*  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1860 (1), 325-332  (2016). Special issue entitled “Crystallin Biochemistry in Health and Disease.” Available online

(34) “Exploring dynamics and cage-guest interactions in clathrate hydrates using solid-state NMR,” Suvrajit Sengupta, Jin Guo, Kenneth C. Janda, and Rachel W. Martin*. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B  119 (50), 15485-15492  (2015). Available online

(33) “Spatial reorientation experiments for NMR of solids and partially oriented liquids,”  Rachel W. Martin,* John E. Kelly, and Kelsey A. Collier.  Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 90-91 92-122 (2015). Available online

(32) “The γS-crystallin Proteins From the Antarctic Nototheniid Toothfish: a Model System for Investigating Differential Resistance to Chemical and Thermal Denaturation.” Kingsley, C. N., Bierma, J. C., Pham, V., Martin, R. W. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 118; (47), 13544-53 (2014). Available online

(31) “NMR studies of eye lens crystallins.” Martin, R. W. (2014). In R. K. Harris, R. Wasylishen (Eds.), eMagRes (Encyclopedia of NMR). Southern Gate, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 8SQ, United Kingdom. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Available online

(30) “Preferential and specific binding of human αB-crystallin to a cataract-related variant of γS-crystallin” Kingsley, C. N., Brubaker, W. D., Markovic, S., Diehl, A., Brindley, A. J., Oschkinat, H., Martin, R. W. (2013). Structure, 12(12), 2221-2227. (Featured on the coverAvailable online

(29) “Exploring the aggregation propensity of γS-crystallin variants using two-dimensional spectroscopic tools,” Jun Jiang, Kory J. Golchert, Carolyn N. Kingsley, William D. Brubaker, R.W. Martin*, and Shaul Mukamel* Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 117; (46), 14294-14301 (2013). Available online

(28) “Improving the double quantum filtered COSY experiment by ”Moving Tube NMR,” Kevin J Donovan, Mary A. Allen, R.W. Martin and A.J. Shaka* Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 219; 41-45 (2012).(Featured on the cover). Available online

(27) “Effect of divalent cations on DMPC/DHPC bicelle formation and alignment,” Amanda J. Brindley and R.W. Martin* Langmuir, 28; 7788–7796 (2012). Available online

(26) “Probing motional behavior of eumelanin and pheomelanin by solid-state NMR: new insights into the pigment properties,” Pierre Thureau, Fabio Ziarelli, Andre Thevand, R.W. Martin, Patrick J. Farmer, Stephane Viel and Giulia Mollica* Chemistry – A European Journal, 18; 10689-10700 (2012). Available online

(25) “1H, 13C, and 15N assignments of wild-type human γS-crystallin and its cataract-related variant γS-G18V,” William D. Brubaker and R.W. Martin* Biomolecular NMR Assignments, 6; 63-67 (2011). Available online

(24) “Modulation of cross polarization in motionally averaged solids by Variable Angle Spin- ning NMR,” Catalina A. Espinosa, Pierre Thureau, Rebecca A. Shapiro, Ilya M. Litvak, and R.W. Martin* Chemical Physics Letters, 508; 314-319 (2011). Available online

(23) “Separating instability from aggregation propensity in γS-crystallin variants,” William D. Brubaker, J. Alfredo Freites, Kory J. Golchert, Rebecca A. Shapiro, Vasilios Morikis, Douglas J. Tobias, and R.W. Martin* Biophysical Journal, 100; 498-506 (2011). Available online

(22) “Polarization transfer solid-state NMR for studying amphiphiles in coexisting solid and liquid crystalline phases,” Agnieszka Nowacka, Parveen Mohr, Jens Norrman, R.W. Martin and Daniel Topgaard* Langmuir, 26; 16848–16856 (2010). Available online

(21) “Pneumatic switched angle spinning NMR probe with capacitively coupled double saddle coil, I.M. Litvak, C.A. Espinosa, R.A. Shapiro, A.N. Oldham, V.V. Duong, and R.W. Martin* Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 206; 183-189 (2010). (Featured on the cover) Available online

(20) “Thermal stabilization of DMPC/DHPC bicelles by addition of cholesterol sulfate, R.A. Shapiro, A.J. Brindley, and R.W. Martin* Journal of the American Chemical Society, 132; 11406-11407 (2010). Available online

(19) “Shimmed matching pulses: Simultaneous control of rf and static gradients for inhomogeneity correction, J.M. Franck, V.Demas, R.W. Martin, L.S. Bouchard, and A. Pines* Journal of Chemical Physics, 131; Article number 234506 (2009). Available online

(18) “Sensitive, quantitative carbon-13 NMR spectra by mechanical sample translation, K.J. Donovan, M.A. Allen, R.W. Martin, and AJ Shaka* Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 197; 237-241 (2009). Available online

(17) “Segmental order parameters in a nonionic surfactant lamellar phase studied with 1H −13 C solid-state NMR, T. M. Ferreira, B. Medronho, R.W. Martin, and D. Topgaard* Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics, 10; 6033-6038 (2008). Available online

(16) “Variable Angle Spinning (VAS) experiments for strongly oriented systems: methods development and preliminary results.” C. Qian, P. Thureau, and R.W. Martin* Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 46; 351-355 (2008). Available online

(15) “Design and construction of a contactless mobile RF coil for double resonance Variable Angle Spinning NMR.” C. Qian, A. Pines, and R.W. Martin* Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 188; 183-189. (2007). Featured on the cover. Available online

(14) “Multipole shimming of permanent magnets using harmonic corrector rings.” R. C. Jachmann, D. R. Trease, L.-S. Bouchard, D. Sakellariou, R. W. Martin, R.D. Schlueter, T. F. Budinger, and A. Pines* Review of Scientific Instruments, 78; 035115 (2007). Available online

(13) “High-resolution NMR spectroscopy of biological tissues using projected magic angle spinning.” R. W. Martin, R. C. Jachmann, D. Sakellariou, U. G. Nielsen, and A. Pines* Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 54; 253-257 (2005). Available online

(12) “NMR in rotating magnetic fields: Magic angle field spinning.” D. Sakellariou, C. A. Meriles, R. W. Martin, and A. Pines* Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 23 (2); 295-299 (2005). Available online

(11) “’Shim pulses’ for NMR spectroscopy and imaging”’. D. Topgaard, R. W. Martin, D. Sakellariou, C. A. Meriles, and A. Pines* Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101; (51); 17576-17581 (2004). Available online

(10) “Cross-polarization, radio-frequency field homogeneity, and circuit balancing in high- field solid-state NMR probes.” E. K. Paulson, R. W. Martin, and K. W. Zilm* Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 171; 314-323 (2004). Available online

(9) “Variable angle spinning (VAS) NMR study of solvent effects in liquid crystalline solutions of 13C-iodomethane. ” G. H. J. Park, R. W. Martin, D. Sakellariou, A. Pines, A. G. Shahkhatuni, A. A. Shakhatuni, and H. A. Panosyan* Chemical Physics Letters, 399; 196-199 (2004). Available online

(8) “NMR studies of molecular mobility in a DNA-amphiphile complex”. C. Leal, D. Topgaard, R. W. Martin, and H. Wennerstrom* Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 108; 15392-15397 (2004). Available online

(7) “NMR studies of 13C-iodomethane: Different behavior in thermotropic and lyotropic liquid crystals.” A. G. Shahkhatuni, A. A. Shakhatuni, H. A. Panosyan, G. H. J. Park, R. W. Martin, and A. Pines* Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 108 (33); 6809-6813 (2004). Available online

(6) “Assignments of carbon NMR resonances for microcrystalline ubiquitin.” T. I. Igumenova, A. E. McDermott, K. W. Zilm, R. W. Martin, E. K. Paulson, and A. J. Wand* Journal of the American Chemical Society, 126 (21); 6720-6727 (2004). Available online

(5) “Variable temperature system using vortex tube cooling and fiber optic temperature sensor for low temperature magic angle spinning NMR.” R. W. Martin and K. W. Zilm* Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 168; 202-209 (2004). Available online

(4) “High-resolution NMR of anisotropic samples with spinning away from the magic angle.” D. Sakellariou., C. A. Meriles, R. W. Martin, and A. Pines* Chemical Physics Letters, 377; 333-339 (2003). Available online

(3) “Preparation of protein nanocrystals and their characterization by solid-state NMR.” R. W. Martin and K. W. Zilm* Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 165; 162-174 (2003). Available online

(2) “Design of a triple resonance magic angle sample spinning probe for high field solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance.” R. W. Martin, E. K. Paulson, and K. W. Zilm* Review of Scientific Instruments, 74 (6); 3045-3061 (2003). Available online

(1) “Partial NMR assignments for uniformly (13C-15N)-enriched BPTI in the solid state.” A. McDermott, T. Polenova, A. Bockmann, K. W. Zilm, E. K. Paulson, R. W. Martin, and G. T. Montelione* Journal of Biomolecular NMR, 16; 209-219 (2000). Available online