Edward Eckels

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2013- Department of Biological Sc Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Eckels EC, Haldar S, Tapia-Rojo R, et al. (2019) The Mechanical Power of Titin Folding. Cell Reports. 27: 1836-1847.e4
Tapia-Rojo R, Eckels EC, Fernández JM. (2019) Ephemeral states in protein folding under force captured with a magnetic tweezers design. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Eckels EC, Tapia-Rojo R, Rivas-Pardo JA, et al. (2018) The Work of Titin Protein Folding as a Major Driver in Muscle Contraction. Annual Review of Physiology. 80: 327-351
Haldar S, Tapia-Rojo R, Eckels EC, et al. (2017) Trigger factor chaperone acts as a mechanical foldase. Nature Communications. 8: 668
Valle-Orero J, Tapia-Rojo R, Eckels EC, et al. (2017) Proteins Breaking Bad: A Free Energy Perspective. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Popa I, Rivas-Pardo JA, Eckels EC, et al. (2016) A HaloTag Anchored Ruler for Week-Long Studies of Protein Dynamics. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Rivas-Pardo JA, Eckels EC, Popa I, et al. (2016) Work Done by Titin Protein Folding Assists Muscle Contraction. Cell Reports
Valle-Orero J, Eckels EC, Stirnemann G, et al. (2015) The elastic free energy of a tandem modular protein under force. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 460: 434-8
Alegre-Cebollada J, Kosuri P, Giganti D, et al. (2014) S-glutathionylation of cryptic cysteines enhances titin elasticity by blocking protein folding. Cell. 156: 1235-46
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