Matthew A. Kubasik, Aaron R. Van Dyke, Amanda S. Harper-Leatherman, John R. Miecznikowski, L. Kraig Steffen and Jillian Smith-Carpenter, "A Cloud-Based Scavenger Hunt: Orienting Undergraduates to ACS National Meetings" J. Chem. Educ., 93 1957–1960 (2016)

Joseph R. Gord, Daniel M. Hewett, Alicia O. Hernandez-Castillo, Karl N. Blodgett, Matthew C. Rotondaro,*, Adalgisa Varuolo,*, Matthew A. Kubasik and Timothy S. Zwier, "Conformation-specific spectroscopy of capped, gas-phase Aib oligomers: tests of the Aib residue as a 310-helix former" Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 18, 25512-25527 (2016).

T. Zeko*, S.F. Hannigan*, T. Jacisin*, M.J. Guberman-Pfeffer*, E.R. Falcone*, M.J. Guildford*, C.Szabo*, K.E. Cole*, J. Placido*, E. Daly*, and M.A. Kubasik, "FT-IR Spectroscopy and Density Functional Theory Calculations of 13C Isotopologues of the Helical Peptide Z-Aib6-OtBu", J. Phys. Chem. B, 118, 58 (2014).

M.A. Kubasik, E. Daly* and A. Blom*, " 19F NMR Chemical Shifts Induced by a Helical Peptide",  ChemBioChem 7, 1056-1061 (2006). 

M. Kubasik and A. Blom,* "Acceleration of short helical peptide conformational dynamics by trifluoroethanol in an organic solvent", ChemBioChem 6, 1187-1190 (2005).

M. Kubasik, J. Kotz,* C. Szabo,* T. Furlong,* and J. Stace,* "Helix-helix interconversion rates of short 13C-labeled helical peptides as measured by dynamic NMR spectroscopy", Biopolymers 78, 87-95 (2005). 

A. Kuki, D. Anglos, J. D. Augspurger, G. Basu, V.A. Bindra, M. Kubasik, and A. Pettijohn, "Molecular Optical Rails Based on Aib" in Modular Chemistry , J. Michl (ed.). pp 503 - 516 (1997) Kluwer Academic Publishers.

G. Basu, M. Kubasik, D. Anglos and A. Kuki, "Spin-forbidden excitation transfer and heavy-atom induced intersystem crossing in linear and cyclic peptides", Journal of Physical Chemistry, 97, 3956-3967 (1993).

G. Basu, M. Kubasik, D. Anglos B. Secor and A. Kuki, "Long-range electronic interactions in peptides-the remote heavy atom effect", The Journal of the American Chemical Society, 112, 9410-9411 (1990).

* Denotes undergraduate coauthor.

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