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Chemistry-driven methods development in deconstructing redox-dependent signal transduction; Molecular regulation of redox-responsive therapeutic targets; please visit our lab website for more information.
- Chemistry and Chemical Biology
- Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology
- Chemistry and Chemical Biology
- Weill Cornell Medicine, Department of Biochemistry
The Aye Lab exploits a unique blend of synthetic methodology, mechanistic biochemistry, mammalian cell biology as in vitro research toolkit and worm and fish as in vivo models.
Aye Lab (est. July 2012) (*correspondence author)
13) Original Research
Marcus J. C. Long, Saba Parvez, Yi Zhao, Yiran Wang, Sanjna L. Surya, and Yimon Aye* "Akt3 is a Privileged First Responder in Isozyme-Specific Electrophile Response"
Nature Chemical Biology 2017 13, 333–338
*Highlighted for “News & Views”: Nature Chemical Biology 2017 13, 244–245
12) Review Article
Marcus J. C. Long, Souradyuti Ghosh, Jesse R. Poganik, and Yimon Aye* “Subcellular Redox Targeting: Bridging in Vitro and in Vivo Chemical Biology.”
ACS Chemical Biology 2017 ASAP doi: 10.1021/acschembio.6b01148.
11) Original Research
Saba Parvez, Marcus J. C. Long, Hong-Yu Lin, Yi Zhao, Joseph A. Haegele, Vanha N. Pham, Dustin K. Lee, and Yimon Aye* “T-REX™On-Demand Redox Targeting: A Toolset for Functional Discoveries and Validations”
Nature Protocols 2016 11, 2328–2356
Marcus J. C. Long, and Yimon Aye* “The Die is Cast: Precision Electrophilic Modifications Contribute to Cellular Decision Making” ACS Chem Res Toxicol (Perspective) 2016, ASAP.
* Contributed as part of 2016 ACS CRT Young Investigator Award to Y.A.
* Selected as an ACS Editors' Choice article.
* Selected for Journal Cover Art.
9) Original Research
Somsinee Wisitpatthaya, Yi Zhao, Marcus J. C. Long, Minxing Li, William A. Blessing, Elaine A. Fletcher, Robert S. Weiss, and Yimon Aye* “Antileukemic Nucleotides Induce Conformationally Distinct Hexamers Defining a Common Mode of Reversible RNR Inhibition” ACS Chemical Biology 2016 11, 2021–2032
8) Original Research
Yuan Fu, Marcus J. C. Long, Somsinee Wisitpatthaya, Huma Inayat, Timothy M. Pierpont, Jordana C. Bloom, Joaquin Ortega, Robert S. Weiss, and Yimon Aye*
2016 Under Peer-Review.
Marcus J. C. Long, Jesse R. Poganik, and Yimon Aye* “On-Demand Targeting: Investigating Biology with Proximity-Directed Chemistry” J Am Chem Soc (Perspective) 2016, 138, 3610.
*JACS Spotlights Article – 2016, 138, 4269
* The ACS LiveSlides Open Access Article
6) Original Research
Hong-Yu Lin, Joseph A. Haegele, Michael T. Disare, and Yimon Aye* “A Generalizable Platform for Interrogating Target- and Signal-Specific Consequences of Electrophilic Modifications in Redox-Dependent Cell Signaling” J Am Chem Soc (Full Article) 2015, 137, 6232.
5) Original Research
Saba Parvez, Yuan Fu, Jiayang Li, Marcus J. C. Long, Hong-Yu Lin, Dustin K. Lee, Gene S. Hu and Yimon Aye* “Substoichiometric Hydroxynonenylation of a Single Protein Recapitulates Whole-Cell-Stimulated Antioxidant Response” J Am Chem Soc (Communication) 2015, 137, 10.
4) Mini Review
Yimon Aye*, Minxing Li, Marcus J. C. Long and Robert Weiss* (*, co-corresponding authors) “Ribonucleotide Reductase & Cancer: Biological Mechanisms & Targeted Therapies” Oncogene (Mini Review) 2015, 34, 2011.
3) Original Research
Yuan Fu, Hong-Yu Lin, Somsinee Wisitpitthaya, William A. Blessing and Yimon Aye* “A Fluorimetric Readout Reporting the Inhibitor-Induced Human Ribonucleotide Reductase Oligomerization” ChemBioChem (Full Article) 2014, 15, 2598.
2) Original Research
Yuan Fu, Marcus J. C. Long, Mike Rigney, Saba Parvez, William A. Blessing and Yimon Aye* “Uncoupling of Allosteric and Oligomeric Regulation in a Functional Hybrid Enzyme Constructed from Escherichia coli and Human Ribonucleotide Reductase” Biochemistry (Full Article) 2013, 52, 7050.
1) Original Research
Xinqiang Fang, Yuan Fu, Marcus J. C. Long, Joseph A. Haegele, Eva J. Ge, Saba Parvez and Yimon Aye* “Temporally Controlled Targeting of 4-Hydroxynonenal to Specific Proteins in Living Cells” J Am Chem Soc (Communication) 2013, 135, 14496.
Postdoctoral (Aug 2009 - June 2012)
“Mechanistic Studies of Semicarbazone Triapine® Targeting on Ribonucleotide Reductase in Vitro and in Mammalian Cells: Tyrosyl Radical Quenching Not Involving Reactive Oxygen Species” Yimon Aye, Marcus J. C. Long and JoAnne Stubbe* J Biol Chem 2012, 287, 35768.
“Clofarabine Targets the Large Subunit (a) of Human Ribonucleotide Reductase in Live Cells by Assembly into Persistent Hexamers” Yimon Aye, Edward J. Brignole, Marcus J. C. Long, Johnathan Chitturulu, Catherine L. Drennan, Francisco J. Asturias, and JoAnne Stubbe* Chem Biol 2012, 19, 799.
“Clofarabine 5´-Di and –Triphosphates Inhibit Human Ribonucleotide Reductase by Altering the Quaternary Structure of its Large Subunit” Yimon Aye and JoAnne Stubbe* Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2011 direct submission, 108, 9815.
Predoctoral (Jan 2005 - Jun 2009)
Independent review article:
“Vinyl-, Propargyl- and Allenylsilicon Reagents in Asymmetric Synthesis: Relatively Untapped Resource of Environmentally-Benign Reagents” Marcus J. Curtis-¬Long and Yimon Aye*; Chemistry, A European Journal 2009, 15, 5402.
“Structural Report for Sc[(R,R)-norephedrine-pybox](OTf)3 Dimeric Complex” Richard J. Staples* and Yimon Aye; Journal of Chemical Crystallography 2008, 38, 49.
“Aluminum-catalyzed Enantio- and Diastereoselective Carbonyl Addition of Propargylsilanes. A New Approach to Enantioenriched Vinyl Epoxides” David A. Evans* and Yimon Aye; Journal of the American Chemical Society 2007, 129, 9606.
“Enantioselective Scandium-catalyzed Vinylsilane Additions: A New Approach to the Synthesis of β,γ-Unsaturated α-Amino Acid Derivatives” David A. Evans* and Yimon Aye; Journal of the American Chemical Society 2006, 128, 11034.
“Asymmetric, Anti–selective Scandium-catalyzed Sakurai Additions to Glyoxamide. Applications to the Syntheses of N-Boc- D-Alloisoleucine and D-Isoleucine” David A. Evans*, Yimon Aye and Jimmy Wu; Organic Letters 2006, 8, 2071.
“Copper-catalyzed Asymmetric Conjugate Reduction as a Route to Novel β-Azaheterocyclic Acid Derivatives” Matthew P. Rainka, Yimon Aye and Stephen L. Buchwald*; Proceedings to the National Academy of Sciences USA, 2004, 101, 5821.