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Biochemistry journal sent out a list of the "Most-Accessed Rapid Reports" in 2009.
On the list was a paper from Britz-McKibbin and Melacini groups.

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Most-Accessed Rapid Reports in 2009

Biochemistry Rapid Reports are brief, expedited manuscripts reserved for timely topics of unusual interest. Biochemistry makes every effort to come to an editorial decision on Rapid Reports within three weeks of receipt and with “Just Accepted” Manuscripts your research can be accessible to the international scientific community within three days of acceptance. Rapid Reports are limited to three printed journal pages and authors are asked to adhere to specific guidelines when submitting their work.

Replacement of an Electron Transfer Pathway in Cytochrome c Peroxidase with a Surrogate Peptide
Anna-Maria A. Hays Putnam, Young-Tae Lee and David B. Goodin
DOI: 10.1021/bi8020263

Label-Free Assay for Thermodynamic Analysis of Protein-Ligand Interactions: A Multivariate Strategy for Allosteric Ligand Screening
Jennilee M. A. Gavina, Mohammad T. Mazhab-Jafari, Giuseppe Melacini and Philip Britz-McKibbin
DOI: 10.1021/bi802121g

Morphology and Secondary Structure of Stable ?-Oligomers Formed by Amyloid Peptide PrP(106-126)
Patrick Walsh, Jason Yau, Karen Simonetti and Simon Sharpe
DOI: 10.1021/bi9007319

A Rapidly Maturing Far-Red Derivative of DsRed-Express2 for Whole-Cell Labeling
Rita L. Strack, Birka Hein, Dibyendu Bhattacharyya, Stefan W. Hell, Robert J. Keenan and Benjamin S. Glick
DOI: 10.1021/bi900870u

?-Synuclein Binds Large Unilamellar Vesicles as an Extended Helix
Adam J. Trexler and Elizabeth Rhoades
DOI: 10.1021/bi900114z

Biochemical Characterization of the HpxO Enzyme from Klebsiella pneumoniae, a Novel FAD-Dependent Urate Oxidase
Seán E. O’Leary, Katherine A. Hicks, Steven E. Ealick and Tadhg P. Begley
DOI: 10.1021/bi900160b

Implications of HIV-1 M Group Polymorphisms on Integrase Inhibitor Efficacy and Resistance: Genetic and Structural in Silico Analyses
Eriketi Z. Loizidou, Ioanna Kousiappa, Constantinos D. Zeinalipour-Yazdi, David A. M. C. Van de Vijver and Leondios G. Kostrikis
DOI: 10.1021/bi8019349

Concurrent Binding of Complexin and Synaptotagmin to Liposome-Embedded SNARE Complexes
Michael C. Chicka and Edwin R. Chapman
DOI: 10.1021/bi801962d

Evaluation of Copper2+ Affinities for the Prion Protein
Rebecca C. Nadal, Paul Davies, David R. Brown and John H. Viles
DOI: 10.1021/bi9011397

LNA-Modified Primers Drastically Improve Hybridization to Target RNA and Reverse Transcription
Agata Fratczak, Ryszard Kierzek and Elzbieta Kierzek
DOI: 10.1021/bi8021069

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