Dr. Smith's Group
Publications
Journal of Physical Chemistry Journal of Chemical Physics Journal of Cell Science
2013

15.) Endres, Nicholas F.; Das, Rahul; Smith, Adam W.; Arkhipov, Anton; Kovacs, Erika; Huang, Yongjian; Pelton, Jeffery G.; Shan, Yibing; Shaw, David E.; Wemmer, David E.; Groves, Jay T. (2013).
Conformational Coupling across the Plasma Membrane in Activation of the EGF Receptor
Cell, Volume 152, Issue 3, 543 – 556.

2012

14.) Triffo, S. B., Huang, H. H., Smith, A. W., Chou, E. T., Groves, J. T. (2012).
Monitoring Lipid Anchor Organization in Cell Membranes by PIE-FCCS.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, 10833 – 10842.

13.) Belardi, B., O’Donoghue, G. P., Smith, A. W., Groves, J. T., Bertozzi, C. R. (2012).
Investigating Cell Surface Galectin-Mediated Cross-Linking on Glycoengineered Cells.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, 9549.

12.) Smith, A. W. (2012).
Lipid-protein interactions in biological membranes: a dynamic perspective.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Biomembranes 1818, 172.

11.) Smoligovets, A. A., Smith, A. W., Wu, H. J., and Groves, J. T. (2012).
Characterization of dynamic actin associations with T-cell receptor microclusters in primary T cells.
Journal of Cell Science 125, 725.

2011

10.) Smith, A. W., Smoligovets, A. A., and Groves, J. T. (2011).
Patterned two-photon photoactivation illuminates spatial reorganization in live cells.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115, 3867 – 3875.

2010

9.) Smith, A. W., Lessing, J., Ganim, Z., Peng, C. S., Roy, S., Jansen, T. L. C., Knoester, J., and Tokmakoff, A. (2010).
Feature Article: Melting of a beta-hairpin peptide using isotope – edited 2D IR spectroscopy and simulations.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 114, 10913.

2008

8.) Ganim, Z. Chung. H. S., Smith, A. W., DeFlores, L. P., Jones, K. C. and Tokmakoff, A. (2008).
Amide I two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy of proteins.
Accounts of Chemical Research 41, 432 – 441.

2007

7.) Smith, A. W., and Tokmakoff, A. (2007).
Probing local structural events in beta – hairpin unfolding with transient nonlinear infrared spectroscopy.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 46, 7984 – 7987.

6.) Chung, H. S., Khalil, M., Smith, A. W. and Tokmakoff, A. (2007).
Transient 2D IR spectrometer for probing nanosecond temperature-jump kinetics.
Review of Scientific Instruments 78, 063101.

5.) Smith, A. W., and Tokmakoff, A. (2007).
Amide I two – dimensional infrared spectroscopy of beta-hairpin peptides.
Journal of Chemical Physics 126, 045109.

2006

4.) Smith, A. W., Chung, H. S., Ganim, Z., and Tokmakoff, A. (2006)
Multidimensional IR Spectroscopy of Site – Specific Hairpin Folding.
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, Pacific Grove, CA.

2005

3.) Smith, A. W., Chung, H. S., Ganim, Z., and Tokmakoff, A. (2005)
Residual native structure in a thermally denatured beta – hairpin.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 17025 – 17027.

2.) Chung, H. S., Khalil, M., Smith, A. W., Ganim, Z., and Tokmakoff, A. (2005)
Conformational changes during the nanosecond – to – millisecond unfolding of ubiquitin.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 102, 612 – 617.

2002

1.) Sickafoose, S. M., Smith, A. W., and Morse, M. D. (2002)
Optical spectroscopy of tungsten carbide (WC).
Journal of Chemical Physics 116, 993 – 1002.

Journal of Physical Chemistry Journal of Chemical Physics Cell
Dr. Smith demonstrates the necessity of safety glasses.
S.E.A.R.CH.
S.E.A.R.CH. Lab is a middle school program
meant to enrich the education of young scientists by teaching
principles of chemical, physical and life sciences and
encourage the use of scientific knowledge and inquiry
towards invention and discovery.
Students can explore and discover for themselves.
Students hunched over in scientific excitement.
In SEARCH lab, many different experiments are done like copper oxidation.
SEARCH lab enriches the science curriculum.