26. Carbonic anhydrase II microcrystals suitable for XFEL studies

Carrie L. Lomelino, Jin Kyun Kim, Cheol Lee, Seon Woo Lim, Jacob T. Andring, Brian P. Mahon, Moses Chung, Chae Un Kim and Robert McKenna
Acta Cryst. (2018) F74, 327-330

25. Active site solvent replenishment observed during human carbonic anhydrase II catalysis

Jin Kyun Kim, Carrie L. Lomelino, Balendu Sankara Avvaru, Brian P. Mahon, Robert McKenna, SangYoun Park and Chae Un Kim
IUCrJ (2018) 5, 93-102

24. Tracking solvent and protein movement during CO2 release in carbonic anhydrase II crystals

Chae Un Kim, HyoJin Song , Balendu Sankara Avvaru, Sol M. Gruner, SangYoun Park, and Robert McKenna
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2016) 113, 5257–5262

23. Reduction of Lattice Disorder in Protein Crystals by High Pressure Cryocooling

Qingqiu Huang, Sol M. Gruner, Chae Un Kim, Yuxin Mao, Xiaochun Wu, and Doletha M. E. Szebenyi
J. Appl. Cryst. (2016) 49, 149-157

22. Glass-to-cryogenic-liquid transitions in aqueous solutions suggested by crack healing

Chae Un Kim*, Mark W. Tate, and Sol M. Gruner [* corresponding author]
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2015) 112, 11765–11770

21. Cryogenic X-ray diffraction microscopy utilizing high-pressure cryopreservation

Enju Lima, Yuriy Chushkin, Peter van der Linden, Chae Un Kim, Federico Zontone, Philippe Carpentier, Sol M. Gruner, and Petra Pernot
Physical Review E (2014) 90, 042713

20. Slow-forming isopeptide bond in the structure of the major pilin SpaD from Corynebacterium diphtheriae has implications for pilus assembly

Hae Joo Kang, Neil G. Paterson, Chae Un Kim, Martin Middleditch, Chungyu Chang, Hung Ton-That and Edward N. Baker
Acta Cryst. (2014) D70, 1190-1201

19. Structure of a pseudokinase-domain switch that controls oncogenic activation of Jak kinases

Angela V. Toms, Anagha Deshpande, Randall McNally, Youngjee Jeong, Julia M. Rogers, Sol M. Gruner, Chae Un Kim, Scott B. Ficarro, Jarrod A. Marto, Martin Sattler, James D. Griffin, Michael J. Eck
Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol. (2013) 20, 1221-1223.

18. Graphene as a protein crystal mounting material to reduce background scatter

Jennifer L. Wierman, Jonathan S. Alden, Chae Un Kim, Paul L. McEuen and Sol M. Gruner
J. Appl. Cryst. (2013) 46, 1501-1506

17. A high pressure cryocooling method for protein crystals and biological samples with reduced background X-ray scatter

Chae Un Kim*, Jennifer L. Wierman, Richard Gillilan, Enju Lima, Sol M. Gruner [* Corresponding author]
J. Appl. Cryst. (2013) 46, 234-241

16. Structural and kinetic effects on changes in the CO2 binding pocket of human carbonic anhydrase II

Dayne West, Chae Un Kim, Chingkuang Tu, Jim Gordon, Arthur H. Robbins, Sol M. Gruner, David N. Silverman, and Robert McKenna
Biochemistry (2012) 51, 9156–9163

15. Complex structure of engineered modular domains defining molecular interaction between ICAM-1 and integrin LFA- 1

Sungkwon Kang, Chae Un Kim, Xiaoling Gu, Roisin M. Owens, Sarah van Rijn, Vanissra Boonyaleepun, Yuxin Mao, Timothy A. Springer and Moonsoo M. Jin
PLoS ONE (2012) 7(8), e44124

14. Permit allocation in emissions trading using the Boltzmann distribution

Ji-Won Park, Chae Un Kim and Walter Isard
Physica A (2012) 391, 4883-4890

13. Protein dynamical transition at 110 K

Chae Un Kim*, Mark W. Tate and Sol M. Gruner [* Corresponding author]
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2011) 108, 20897-20901

12. High-pressure protein crystallography and NMR to explore protein conformations

Marcus D. Collins, Chae Un Kim, and Sol M. Gruner
Annu. Rev. Biophys. (2011) 40, 81-98

11. Microcrystallography, high pressure cryocooling and BioSAXS at MacCHESS

Ulrich Englich, Irina A. Kriksunov, Richard A. Cerione, Michael J. Cook, Richard Gillilan, Sol M. Gruner, Qingqui Huang, Chae Un Kim, William Miller, Søren Nielsen, David Schuller, Scott Smitha and Doletha M. E. Szebenyi
J. Synchrotron Radiat. (2011) 18, 70-73

10. A short, strong hydrogen bond in the active site of human carbonic anhydrase II

Balendu S. Avvaru, Chae Un Kim, Katherine H. Sippel, Sol M. Gruner, Mavis Agbandje- McKenna, David N. Silverman and Robert McKenna
Biochemistry (2010) 49, 249-251

9. Coupling of pressure-induced structural shifts to spectral changes in a yellow fluorescent protein

Buz Barstow, Nozomi Ando, Chae Un Kim and Sol M. Gruner
Biophys. J. (2009) 97, 1719- 1727

8. Evidence for liquid water during the high-density to low-density amorphous ice transition

Chae Un Kim, Buz Barstow, Mark W. Tate and Sol M. Gruner
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2009) 106, 4596-4600

7. Entrapment of carbon dioxide in the active site of carbonic anhydrase II

John F. Domsic, Balendu Sankara Avvaru, Chae Un Kim, Sol M. Gruner, Mavis Agbandje- McKenna, David N. Silverman and Robert McKenna
J. Biol. Chem. (2008) 283, 30766-30771

6. Alteration of citrine structure by hydrostatic pressure explains the accompanying spectral shift

Buz Barstow, Nozomi Ando, Chae Un Kim and Sol M. Gruner
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2008) 105, 13362-13366

5. Pressure induced high-density amorphous ice in protein crystals

Chae Un Kim, Yi-Fan Chen, Mark W. Tate and Sol M. Gruner
J. Appl. Cryst. (2008) 41, 1-7

4. High pressure cryocooling for capillary sample cryoprotection and diffraction phasing at long wavelengths

Chae Un Kim, Quan Hao and Sol M. Gruner
Acta Cryst. (2007) D63, 653-659

3. The RCK domain of the KtrAB K+ transporter: multiple conformations of an octameric ring

Ronald A. Albright, Jose-Luis Vazquez Ibar, Chae Un Kim, Sol M. Gruner and Joao Henrique Morais-Cabral
Cell (2006) 126, 1147-1159

2. Solution of protein crystallographic structures by high pressure cryocooling and noble gas phasing

Chae Un Kim, Quan Hao and Sol M. Gruner
Acta Cryst. (2006) D62, 687-694

1. High pressure cooling of protein crystals without cryoprotectants

Chae Un Kim, Raphael Kapfer and Sol M. Gruner
Acta Cryst. (2005) D61, 881-890