Publications

Previous publications

  • Miller, S. M.*, Wang, T.*, and Liu, D. R. Phage-assisted continuous and non-continuous evolution. Nature Protocols2020, 15, 4101. (*co-first authors)
  • Miller, S. M.*, Wang, T.*, Randolph, P. B., Arbab, M., Shen, M. W., Huang, T. P., Matuszek, Z., Newby, G. A., Rees, H. A., and Liu, D. R. Continuous evolution of SpCas9 variants compatible with non-G PAMs. Nature Biotechnology2020, 38, 471. (*co-first authors)
  • Wang, T., Badran, A. H., Huang, T. P., and Liu, D. R. Continuous Directed Evolution of Proteins with Improved Soluble Expression. Nature Chemical Biology, 2018, 14, 972.
  • Galligan, J. J., Wepy, J. A., Streeter, M. D., Kingsley, P. J., Mitchener, M. M., Wauchope, O. R., Rose, K. L., Wang, T., Spiegel, D. A., and Marnett, L. J. Methylglyoxal-Derived Posttranslational Arginine Modifications are Abundant Histone Marks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018, 115, 9228.
  • Vastl, J. J.*, Wang, T.*, Trinh, T. B., and Spiegel, D. A. Encoded Silicon-Chip-Based Platform for Combinatorial Synthesis and Screening. ACS Combinatorial Science, 2017, 19, 255. (*co-first authors)
  • Draghici, C., Wang, T., and Spiegel, D. A. Concise Total Synthesis of Glucosepane. Science, 2015, 350, 294.
  • Dafre, A. L., Goldberg, J., Wang, T., Spiegel, D. A., and Maher, P. Methylglyoxal, the Foe and Friend of Glyoxalase and Trx/TrxR Systems in HT22 Nerve Cells. Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 2015, 89, 8.
  • Wang, T., Streeter, M. D., and Spiegel, D. A. Generation and Characterization of Antibodies Against Arginine-Derived Advanced Glycation Endproducts. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 2015, 25, 4881.
  • Wang, T., Douglass, E. F., Fitzgerald, K. J., and Spiegel, D. A. A “Turn-On” Fluorescent Sensor for Methylglyoxal. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2013, 135, 12429.
  • Wang, T., Kartika R., and Spiegel, D. A. Exploring Post-translational Arginine Modification Using Chemically Synthesized Methylglyoxal Hydroimidazolones. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2012, 134, 8958.