List of Publications - Katherine Ann Kantardjieff

Journal Articles

2005 - present

  1. Neeman, H., Severini, H., Wu, D., and Kantardjieff, K. Teaching high performance computing via synchronous web conferencing. Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education. December, 2009, in press.

  2. Gray, L.W., Kidane, T.Z., Nguyen, A., Akagi, S., Petrasek, K., Chu, L., Cabrera, A., Kantardjieff, K., Mason, A.Z., and Linder, M. Copper proteins and ferroxidases in human plasma and that of wild-type and ceruloplasmin knockout mice. Biochem J, 2009, 419: 237-245. (This paper should also acknowledge the W.M. Keck Foundation Center for Molecular Structure, which was omitted from the byline.)

  3. Neeman, H., Severini, H., Wu, D., and Kantardjieff, K. Teaching supercomputing via videoconferencing. Proceedings of TeraGrid. Winner of "Best Paper" at the 2008 TeraGrid Conference.

  4. Zhu, D., Yang, Y., Majkowicz, S., Pan, H-Y. T., Kantardjieff, K.A. and Hua, L. Inverting the enantioselectivity of a carbonyl reductase by substrate-enzyme docking-guided point mutation. Org Lett, 2008, 10: 525-528.

  5. Courellis, S., Kantardjieff, K.A., Chun, R., Cousins, K., Fleming, P., Kioussis, N., Lustig, B., Petkovich, D., Sharma, S. (2008) The G2 Project: Establishing a Grid for Scientific Computing in Research and Education. Proceedings of the International Joint Conferences on Computer, Information, and Systems Sciences, and Engineering, University of Bridgeport. Springer, 2008.

  6. Smith, C.A., Caccamo, M., Kantardjieff, K.A. and Vakulenko, S. Structure of GES-1 at atomic resolution: insights into the evolution of carbapenamase activity in the class A extended spectrum b-lactamases. Acta Cryst, 2007, D, 63: 982-992.

  7. Law, K-S, Acey, R.A., Eckenrod, B., Stedman, R., Kantardjieff, K.A., Smith, C.R. Benton, D.A. and Nakayama, K. Dialkyl phenyl phosphates as novel and selective inhibitors of butyrylcholinesterase. Biochem Biophys Res Comm, 2007, 355: 371-378.

  8. Kiang, D., Louie, J.K., Yagi, S., Nelson, F.A., Glaser, C.A., Rosenberg, J., Cahill, C.K., Kim, E.J. and Kantardjieff, K.A. Molecular characterization of a variant rhinovirus from an outbreak associated with uncommonly high mortality. J Clin Virol, 2007, 38: p. 227-237.

  9. Reinheimer, R.W., Kantardjieff, K.A., Ouyang, X., Herron, S.R., Lu, T. and Casalnuovo, J.A. Crystal structures of diphosphinated chromium Fisher amino carbenes. J Chem Cryst, 2007, 37: p. 507-515.

  10. Fields, J., Ouyang, X., Herron, S.R., Kantardjieff, K.A., Jabalameli, A., and Gomez, F.A. 1-[Ferrocenyl(hydroxy)methyl]-1,7-dicarba-closo-dodecaborane: Synthesis and X-ray crystal structure. J Chem Cryst, 2007. 37(1): 55-62.

  11. Kantardjieff, K.A., Vasquez, C., Castro, P, Warfel, N.M., Rho, B-S., Lekin, T., Kim, C-Y., Segelke,B.W., Terwilliger, T.C. and Rupp, B. Structure of pyrR (Rv1379) from Mycobacterium tuberculosis: A persistence gene and protein drug target. Acta Cryst, 2005. D(61): p. 355-364.

2000 - 2004

  1. Wang, X., Sunderberg, E.B., Li, L., Kantardjieff, K.A., Herron, S.R., Lim, M. and Ford, P.C. A cyclic tetra-nuclear dinitrosyl iron complex [Fe(NO)2(imidazolate)]4: Synthesis, structure and NO release. Chem Commun, 2004, 4: 477-479.

  2. Kantardjieff, K.A., Jamshidian, M. and B. Rupp, Distributions of pI vs pH provide prior information for the design of crystallization screening experiments. Bioinformatics, 2004. 20(14): p. 2171-2174.

  3. K.A. Kantardjieff, C-Y Kim, C. Naranjo, G.S. Waldo, T. Lekin, B.W. Segelke, A. Zemla, M.S. Park, T.C. Terwilliger and B. Rupp. Mycobacterium tuberculosis RmlC epimerase (Rv3465): a promising drug-target structure in the rhamnose pathway. Acta Cryst, 2004. D(60): p. 985-902.

  4. K.A. Kantardjieff and B. Rupp, Structural bioinformatic approaches to the discovery of new antimycobacterial drugs. Curr Pharm Des, 2004. (10): 3195-3211. Invited review.

  5. Cohen, A., Barnes, D., Bruick, R.K., Kantardjieff, K.A., Fowler, S., Efuet, E. and Mayfield, S.P. Identification and characterization of a model RNA binding protein that associates with the 5'-untranslated region of the chloroplast psbA mRNA. Biochemistry, 2004. 43(26): p. 8541-8550.

  6. de Lijser, H.J.P., Dedeian, C.E., Sawyer, J.R., Herron, S.R. and Kantardjieff, K.A. Preparation and structure of an unexpected dehydrogenation product from 2,6-diphenylcyclohexanone oxime. J Chem Cryst, 2004. 34(2): p. 103-110.

  7. Segelke, B.W., J. Schafer, M.A. Coleman, T.P. Lekin, D. Toppani, K.J. Skowronek, K.A. Kantardjieff, and B. Rupp, Laboratory scale structural genomics. J Struct Funct Genomics, 2004. 5: p. 147-157.

  8. Greene DL, Chau A, Monreal M, Mendez C, Cruz I, Wenj T, Tikkanen W, Schick B, Kantardjieff K Synthesis, characterization and structures of zirconocene complexes of sterically demanding pentaphenylcyclopentadienyl and tetraphenyl-m-tolyl cyclopentadienyl ligands. J Organomet Chem, 2003. 682(1-2): p. 8-13.

  9. Reddy, V., S. Swanson, J.C. Sacchettini, K.A. Kantardjieff, B.W. Segelke, and B. Rupp. Effective electron density improvement and structure validation on a Linux multi-CPU web cluster: The TB Structural Genomics Consortium Bias Removal Web Service.  Acta Cryst, 2003. D(59): p. 2200-2210.

  10. Reinheimer, E.W., K.A. Kantardjieff, S.R. Herron, C.G. Tisserat, and J.A. Casalnuovo, Crystal structures of diphosphinated group 6 Fischer alkoxy carbenes. J Chem Cryst, 2003. 33(5,6): p. 503-514. Special volume showcases outstanding crystallographic research at predominantly undergraduate institutions.

  11. Ramirez, L., H. Axelrod, S.R. Herron, B. Rupp, J. Allen, and K.A. Kantardjieff, High resolution crystal structure of ferricytochrome c' from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. J Chem Cryst, 2003. 33(5,6): p. 413-424. Special volume showcases outstanding crystallographic research at predominantly undergraduate institutions.

  12. Linehan, J., G. Crundwell, S.R. Herron, and K.A. Kantardjieff, 1,4-Diphenyl-2,3-dithien-3-ylcyclopentadien-1-one. Acta Cryst, 2003. E(59): p. o466-o468.

  13. Kantardjieff, K.A. and B. Rupp, Matthews coefficient probabilities: Improved estimates for unit cell contents of proteins, DNA, and protein-nucleic acid complexes. Prot Sci, 2003. 12(9): p. 1865-1871.

  14. Kantardjieff, K.A. and B. Rupp, Protein isoelectric point as a predictor for increased crystallization screening efficiency. Bioinformatics, 2003. 20(o2004): p. 1-7.

  15. Crundwell, G., D. Sayers, S.R. Herron, and K.A. Kantardjieff, 2,3-Dithein-2-ylquinoxaline. Acta Cryst, 2003. E(59): p. o314-o315.

  16. Crundwell, G., J. Sullivan, R. Pelto, and K.A. Kantardjieff, Crystal structures of two thienyl analogs of benzil - 1,2-dithien-2-ylethanedione (2,2'-thenil) and 1,2-dithien-3-ylethanedione (3,3'-thenil). J Chem Cryst, 2003. 33(4): p. 239-244.

  17. Tate, J.R., K.A. Kantardjieff, G. Crundwell, and L.M. Mink, Dibromo[5,10,15,20-tetrakis(4-methoxyphenyl)porphyrinato-k4N)platinum(IV)chloroform acetonitrile solvate. Acta Cryst, 2002. C(58): p. m485-m486.

  18. Kantardjieff, K.A., P. Hoechtl, F.-M. Tao, B.W. Segelke, and B. Rupp, Concanavalin A in a dimeric crystal form: revisiting structural accuracy and molecular flexibility. Acta Cryst, 2002. D(58): p. 735-743.

  19. Kantardjieff, K.A. and B. Rupp, Crystallography Quo Vadis. Zeit Kristall, 2002. 7: p. 328-329. Invited review.

  20. Ho, C.K., A.D. Schuler, C.B. Yoo, S.R. Herron, K.A. Kantardjieff, and A.R. Johnson, Synthesis, reactivity and structural study of diasteriomeric titanium complexes with amino acid derived N- and O-pi donor ligands. Inorg Chim Acta, 2002. 341: p. 71-76. Invited article in special volume honoring Kenneth Raymond.

  21. Crundwell, G., T. Meskill, D. Sayers, and K.A. Kantardjieff, 1,2-Di-2-thienyl-2-hydroxyethanone (2,2'-thenoin). Acta Cryst, 2002. E(58): p. o666-o667.

  22. Crundwell, G., T. Meskill, D. Sayers, and K.A. Kantardjieff, 1,2-Di-3-thienyl-2-hydroxyethanone (3,3'-thenoin). Acta Cryst, 2002. E(58): p. o668-o670.

1995 - 1999

  1. Klumpp, D.A., S. Lau, M. Garza, B. Schick, and K.A. Kantardjieff, The electrophilic chemistry of biologically important a-ketoacids. J Org Chem, 1999. 64(20): p. 7635-7637.

  2. Kantardjieff, K.A., S.A. Hardinger, and W.V. Willis, Introducing chemical computation early in the undergraduate chemistry curriculum. J Chem Educ, 1999. 76(5): p. 694-697.

  3. Green, D.L., O.A. Villalta, D.M. Macias, A. Gonzalez, W. Tikkanen, B. Schick, and K.A. Kantardjieff, Synthesis and characterization of some cationic zirconocene complexes. Inorg Chem Comm, 1999. 2: p. 311-314.

  4. Crundwell, G., J. Kessler, M. Kaller, M. McCoy, C. Baine, S.A. Hardinger, and K.A. Kantardjieff, d,1-2-4-Bis(phenylthio)-3-pentanone and d,1-2-4-Bis(2',6'-dimethyl-phenylthio)-3-pentanone at 173K. Acta Cryst, 1999. C(55): p. IUC9900088.

  5. Crundwell, G., J. Phan, and K.A. Kantardjieff, The incorporation of a single-crystal x-ray diffraction experiment into the undergraduate physical chemistry laboratory. J Chem Educ, 1999. 76(5): p. 1242-1245.

  6. Arellanes, C., F. Gomez, G. Crundwell, and K.A. Kantardjieff, The crystal structure of 1-methylhydroxy-(cyclopentadienyl(cyclopentadienyl)iron)-1,2-dicarba-closo-dodecacarborane at 213K. Acta Cryst, 1999. C(55): p. IUC9900088.

  7. Lambert, C.C., G. Lambert, G. Crundwell, and K.A. Kantardjieff, Uric acid accumulation in the solitary ascidian Corella inflata. J Exper Zool, 1998. 282(3): p. 323-331.

  8. Kantardjieff, K.A., Computational laboratory enhances instruction in upper division chemistry at CSU Fullerton. Chem Educ, 1997. 2(2): p. 1-11. Invited article.

  9. Kantardjieff, K.A., Book review: Structural Electron Crystallography. By Douglas Dorset. Plenum: New York, 1995. J Amer Chem Soc, 1997. 119(20): p. 4795.

  10. Kantardjieff, K.A. and L.A. Potillo, An interactive tutorial on the concepts of symmetry. J Chem Educ, 1995. 72(5): p. 399-400.

1990-1994

  1. Kantardjieff, K.A. and C.R. Skenes, Purification of diphtheria toxin fragments A and B by preparative LDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Biorad Res Bull, 1994.

  2. Kantardjieff, K.A. and C.R. Skenes, Purification of diphtheria toxin by preparative non-denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Biorad Res Bull, 1994.

  3. Choe, S., M. Bennett, G. Fujii, P.A.M. Curmi, K.A. Kantardjieff, R.J. Collier, and D. Eisenberg, The crystal structure of diphtheria toxin. Nature, 1992. 357: p. 216-223.

1985 - 1989

  1. Kantardjieff, K.A., R.J. Collier, and D. Eisenberg, X-ray grade crystals of the enzymatic fragment of diphtheria toxin. J Biol Chem, 1989. 264: p. 10402-1040.

Patents

  1. Acey, R.A,. Nakayama, K. and Kantardjieff, K.A. (2007) Buturylcholinesterase Inhibitors. PCT Patent Application Docket 1951302-00006.

Other Scholarly Articles

  1. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Faculty Productivity in the Electronic Age: The impact of productivity tools on scholarship. In Senate Forum Newsletter, Spring 2009, California State University Fullerton.

  2. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2007) The NSF Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery. In The Academic Senator Newsletter, October 2007, The California State University.

  3. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2008) Cyberinfrastructure and the Brave New World of Higher Education. In Senate Forum Newsletter, Spring 2008, California State University Fullerton.

Blogs, Wikis and Social Networks

  1. http://ilincusers.blogspot.com

  2. http://lsampaustria.blogspot.com  

Books, Book Chapters, Thesis Work

  1. K.A. Kantardjieff, Ed. Exploiting Crystal Structures for Modeling and Simulation in Drug Discovery. Monograph on computational methods in drug discovery and biochemistry, expected 2010, Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing.

  2. B. Rupp and K.A. Kantardjieff. Modern Biomolecular Crystallography. A web-supported graduate textbook, expected 2009, Garland Science, NY.

  3. K.A. Kantardjieff and B. Rupp. (2008) Protein Crystallography. In Methods in Molecular Biology Series,  Humana Press.

  4. K.A. Kantardjieff and D. Eisenberg, Structural studies on diphtheria toxin, in Protein Folding, Structure and Design 2, D.L. Oxender, Editor. 1987, Alan R Liss Inc: New York. p. 187-200. Invited chapter.

  5. K.A. Kantardjieff. The partial structure of diphtheria toxin at 3.0Å. Dissertation completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1988.

Crystallographic Data Base Structure Entries (PDB only); See Structure Library

  1. Mycobacterium tuberculosis pyrR as a potential drug target structure. C. Vasquez, P. Castro, K.A. Kantardjieff, B.-S. Rho, T. Lekin, C.-Y. Kim, B. W. Segelke, T. Terwilliger and B.Rupp. Protein Data Bank Entry 1W30 (2004)

  2. RmlC epimerase: a novel drug target in the rhamnose pathway. C.-Y. Kim, C. Naranjo, G. S. Waldo, T. Lekin, B. W. Segelke, K.A. Kantardjieff, A. Zemla, T.Terwilliger and B.Rupp. Protein Data Bank Entry 1UPI (2003)

  3. A new crystal form of Apoliporotein E4. J.Verderame, K.Kantardjieff, B.Segelke, K.Weisgraber and B.Rupp. Protein Data Bank Entry 1GS9 (2001)

  4. Cytochrome c’ from Rhodobacter spheroides. K.Kantardjieff, H. Axelrod, J.Allen and B.Rupp. Protein Data Bank Entry 1GQA (2001)

  5. Concanavalin in a dimeric crystal form : revisiting structural accuracy and molecular flexibility. K. Kantardjieff,  P. Höchtl, B. Segelke, F.-M. Tao and B. Rupp. Protein Data Bank Entry 1GKB (2001), novel refinement, supercedes 1E0I

  6. Apolipoprotein E3 22Kd fragment Lys146Gln mutant. J. Verderame, C. Peters-Libeu, K. Kantardjieff, K. Weisgraber and B. Rupp. Protein Data Bank Entry 1H7I (2001)

  7. Apolipoprotein E3 22Kd fragment, Lys146Glu mutant. J. Verderame, C. Peters-Libeu, K. Kantardjieff, K. Weisgraber and B. Rupp. Protein Data Bank Entry 1EA8 (2001)

  8. The crystal structure of diphtheria toxin. S. Choe, M. Bennett, G. Fujii, P.A.M. Curmi, K.A. Kantardjieff, R.J. Collier, and D. Eisenberg. Protein Data Bank Entry 1DDT (1992)

Abstracts and Presentations (some recent hyperlinks active)

2005-present (Students made 40 separate presentations)

  1. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Modeling and simulation in biochemistry: A guide to users and consumers of crystallographic information. Invited speaker. American Chemical Society National Meeting, Washington, D.C.

  2. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Cyberinfrastructure in scientific research and education: Are you behind the power curve? Invited speaker, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, CSU Fullerton, Fullerton, CA.

  3. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) The role of national user facilities in supporting academic research and future workforce development. Invited speaker, National User Facility Organization Annual Meeting, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne, IL.

  4. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Cyberinfrastructure in scientific research and education: Are you behind the power curve? Invited seminar, Department of Chemistry, California Polytechnic and State University Pomona, Pomona, CA.

  5. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Invited commencement speaker, Immaculate Heart High School, Los Angeles, CA.

  6. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Exploiting structural information for modeling and simulation: Guiding principles from chemistry. Invited speaker, Molsoft Users’ Meeting, La Jolla, CA.

  7. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Cyberinfrastructure in scientific research and education: Are you behind the power curve? Department seminar, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, CSU Fullerton, Fullerton, CA.

  8. K.A. (2009) Green IT for Higher Education. National Teach-In on Sustainability, CSU Fullerton, Fullerton, CA.

  9. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2009) Cyberinfrastructure in research and education: Are you behind the power curve? Orange County Section, American Chemical Society, Monthly Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

  10. Kantardjieff, K.A. and Zhao, Q. (2009) The W.M. Keck Foundation Center for Molecular Structure: A core facility of CSUPERB and core node of the STaRBURSTT-CyberDiffraction Consortium. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Annual Symposium, Los Angeles, CA.

  11. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2008) Sustaining crystallography in the 21st century: Education policies and the effective use of cyber infrastructure. Invited speaker, International Union of Crystallography Congress and General Assembly, Osaka, Japan.

  12. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2008) Exploiting Advances in Cyberinfrastructure to Provide Practical Experience in Crystallography. Invited speaker, American Crystallographic Association National Meeting, Knoxville, TN. Recorded here.

  13. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2008) Structure/Function Studies on Proteins of Biomedical and Industrial Relevance. In Program Abstracts, "In Celebration of Research", California State University, Fullerton, CA.

  14. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2008) Light Is a Messenger: Seeing Atoms with X-ray Crystallography. Colleagues Colloquium, Dean's Breakfast Meeting, Fullerton, CA.

  15. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2008) Blended Learning Environments - Enhancing Technology-Based Learning. In Program Abstracts, CATS Conference, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA. Rerecorded here.

  16. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2008) The Many Roles of Cyberinfrastructure in Drug Discovery. In Program Abstracts, Select Biosciences Virtual Discovery Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

  17. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2007) Modeling and Simulation in Biology and Drug Discovery: A Guide for Users and Consumers of Crystallographic Information. Invited seminar, Department of Chemistry, California State University, Fresno, CA.

  18. Kantardjieff, K.A., Rogers, H., Miller, S.A., Monteyne, K., Nelson, P.R., Corcoran, T.C., Sharma, S., Fultz, M., Mason, A.Z., and Karjala, J. (2007) CAL-PRISSM: Partnership for Remote Instruments to Study the Structure of Matter. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society Western Regional Meeting, San Diego, CA.

  19. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2007) Teaching Crystallography to Undergraduates Using Cyberinfrastructure. In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

  20. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2007) Modeling and Simulation in Biology and Drug Discovery: A Guide for Users and Consumers of Crystallographic Information. Invited seminar, Department of Chemistry, California State University, Northridge, CA.

  21. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2007) Modeling and Simulation in Biochemistry and Drug Discovery: A Guide for Users and Consumers of Crystallographic Information. Invited seminar, Department of Chemistry, California Polytechnic and State University Pomona, Pomona, CA.

  22. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2007) Exploiting Crystal Structures for Modeling and Simulation in Drug Discovery. In Program Abstracts, Select Biosciences Advances in Protein Crystallography Conference, South San Francisco, CA.

  23. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2006) Crystallography Education in the 21st Century. In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association National Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

  24. Kantardjieff, K.A.  (2006) Writing for the Chemical Sciences. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

  25. Kantardjieff, K.A.  and F-M. Tao (2006) Modular Computational Chemistry and Biochemistry Curriculum. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

  26. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2006) Crystallography Education Policies for the Physical and Life Sciences: Sustaining Crystallography in the 21st Century. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, San Jose, CA.

  27. Ouyang, X. and K.A. Kantardjieff (2006) The W.M. Keck Foundation Center for Molecular Structure: A CSUPERB Core Facility and Core Node of the STaRBURSTT Cyberdiffraction Consortium. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, San Jose, CA.

  28. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2005) Bioethics and Nanotechnology. Nanotechnology Seminar Series, Continuing Learning Experience, CSU Fullerton.

  29. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2005) Molecular Nanotechnology. Nanotechnology Seminar Series, Continuing Learning Experience, CSU Fullerton.

  30. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2005) Latin American Initiative in Crystallography. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, CA. Part 1; Part 2

  31. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2005) Structural Biology of LDH. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, CA.

  32. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2005) USNC/Cr Surveys of Crystallography Education and Training. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, CA.

  33. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2005) Computational molecular modeling and docking: In silico experimentation to guide drug discovery and probe fundamental biochemistry. Invited speaker, Brazilian Crystallographic Association National Meeting, Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4

  34. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2005) Structural Biology of Chicken Muscle Lactate Dehydrogenase: A Contemporary Biochemistry Laboratory Curriculum. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, Los Angeles, CA.

  35. Kantardjieff. K.A. (2005) W.M. Keck Foundation Center for Molecular Structure: A Core Facility of CSUPERB. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, Los Angeles, CA.

2000-2004 (Students made 45 separate presentations)

  1. K.A. Kantardjieff and B. Rupp (2004) Designing More Efficient Crystallization Screening Experiments: Consider Protein Isoelectric Point, In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association National Meeting, Chicago, IL.

  2. K.A. Kantardjieff (2004) Crystallography Nuts and Bolts. Keynote speaker for X-ray, Crystals Molecules and You, a workshop for high school teachers and students, American Crystallographic Association National Meeting, Chicago, IL.

  3. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2004) Crystallography and Structure-Guided Design of Antimycobacterial Drugs. Invited seminar, California State University, Stanislaus, CA.

  4. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2004) Introduction to Omics: Challenges and Opportunities in Bio(medical)science. Keynote speaker, Roundtable on Biomedical Engineering Materials and Applications, National Research Council, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Engineering, Washington D.C.

  5. Herron, S.R., Polder, N., Warfel, J.M., Srinivasan, C. and Kantardjieff, K.A. (2004) Structural Biology of Chicken Muscle Lactate Dehydrogase: A Contemporary Biochemistry Laboratory. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, San Jose, CA.

  6. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2004) Structural Bioinformatics of Chicken Muscle Lactate Dehydrogase: Part of a Contemporary Biochemistry Laboratory. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, San Jose, CA.

  7. Herron, S.R. and Kantardjieff, K.A. (2004) The W.M. Keck Foundation Center for Molecular Structure: A CSUPERB Core Facility. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, San Jose, CA.

  8. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2003) The synergy between bioinformatics, structural genomics and drug discovery. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society Western Regional Meeting, Long Beach, CA.

  9. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2003) Crystallography Quo Vadis? Invited seminar, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

  10. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2003) Structural Genomics and Drug Discovery, Exploring the Sciences Seminar Series, Continuing Learning Experience, CSU Fullerton.

  11. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2002) Research and education in x-ray crystallography in the predominantly undergraduate institution. Invited speaker. International Union of Crystallography Congress and General Assembly, Geneva, Switzerland.

  12. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2002) Research and education in x-ray crystallography in the predominantly undergraduate institution. Invited seminar, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA.

  13. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2001) X-ray Crystallography: from Pharmaceuticals, to Informatics, to Biodefense. Conversations with Scholars, CSU Fullerton.

  14. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2001) CMolS: an x-ray collaboratory for research, education and training. In Program Abstracts, Microscopy and Microanalysis Meeting, Long Beach, CA.

  15. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2001) Molecular Modeling: visualizing and understanding structure/function relationships. Invited speaker and workshop facilitator, Orange County Science Educators Association.

  16. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2001) CMolS: an x-ray collaboratory for research, education and training. In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association National Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

  17. Katherine, K.A. (2001) Protein Crystallography and Protein Crystallization in Space. Frontiers of Space Seminar Series, Continuing Learning Experience, CSU Fullerton.

  18. K.A. Kantardjieff, P.Hoechtl, J. Madrid, F-M. Tao, B. Segelke and B.Rupp. (2001) Concanavilin A in a new dimeric crystal form: revisiting structural accuracy and molecular flexibility. In Program Abstracts, West Coast Protein Crystallography Workshop, Asilomar, CA.

  19. Kantardjieff, K.A. Ramirez, L., Axelrod, H., Schick, B., Rupp, B. and Allen, J. (2001) The crystal structure of the cytochrome c' from the purple bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides. In Program Abstracts, West Coast Protein Crystallography Workshop, Asilomar, CA.

  20. J. Madrid, R. Baumbach, A. Kataoka, D. Keisman, K. Kantardjieff, B. Segelke and B. Rupp (2001) Towards statistical testing of protein crystallization parameters. In Program Abstracts, West Coast Protein Crystallography Workshop, Asilomar, CA.

  21. Kantardjieff, K.A. Ramirez, L., Axelrod, H., Schick, B., Rupp, B. and Allen, J. (2001) The crystal structure of the cytochrome c' from the purple bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, California State University, Pomona, CA

  22. K. Kantardjieff, P.Hoechtl, J. Madrid, F-M. Tao, B. Segelke and B.Rupp. (2001) Concanavilin A in a new dimeric crystal form: revisiting structural accuracy. In Program Abstracts, CSUPERB Symposium, California State University, Pomona, CA

  23. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2001) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. Seminar speaker, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, California State University, Long Beach, CA.

  24. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. Seminar speaker, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of LaVerne, LaVerne, CA.

  25. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. Seminar speaker, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona, CA.

  26. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. Seminar speaker, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA.

  27. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association, Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN.

  28. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. Seminar speaker, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

  29. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. Invited speaker, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.

  30. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) X-ray crystallographic studies at a predominantly undergraduate institution. Invited speaker, Division of Chemistry, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.

  31. Kantardjieff, K.A. (2000) Bacterial pathogens. Invited seminar, Department of Biology, California State University, Hayward, CA.

1995-1999 (Students made 48 separate presentations)

  1. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) Molecular crystallography: then and now. Invited speaker, Western Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society, Ontario, CA.

  2. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) A history of women in science. Invited seminar, Department of Environmental Toxicology, University of California, Riverside, CA.

  3. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) Bacterial pathogens. Seminar speaker, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, CSU Fullerton, Fullerton, CA.

  4. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) Remote access to an undergraduate x-ray diffraction laboratory using modern distributed computing. In Program Abstracts, American Chemical Society, Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

  5. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) Bacterial pathogens. Division Seminar, Biology and Biotechnology Research Program, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.

  6. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) A history of women in science. Invited speaker, San Gorgonio Section, American Chemical Society, Monthly Meeting, Corona, CA.

  7. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) The W.M. Keck Foundation Center for Molecular Structure. Invited speaker, Education Center for Computational Science and Engineering Scientific Workshop, California State University, San Diego, CA.

  8. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) Crystallography for Chemists. Invited lecturer, Institute for Theoretical Chemistry and Molecular Structural Biology, University of Vienna, Austria.

  9. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) Molecular crystallography: then and now. Invited seminar, California State University, Fresno, CA.

  10. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999). The W.M. Keck Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, West Coast Protein Crystallogpraphy Workshop, Pacific Grove, CA.

  11. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999) Molecular crystallography: then and now. Invited seminar speaker, California State University, Chico, CA.

  12. Kantardjieff, K.A. and Campana, C.F. (1999) Crystallography for Chemists – A Two Day Short-Course.  In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association, Annual Meeting, Buffalo, NY.

  13. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1998) Molecular crystallography: then and now. Invited seminar, Biology and Biotechnology Research Program, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.

  14. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1998) Molecular crystallography: then and now. Invited seminar speaker, California State University, Northridge, CA.

  15. Klumpp, D.A., Garza, M., Lau, S., Schick, B. and Kantardjieff, K.A. (1999). Electrophilic chemistry of biologically important -keto acids. In Program Abstracts, ACS National Meetingm Anaheim, CA.

  16. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1998) Featured speaker. SBIR Conference, NAWBO Orange County, UCI Learning Center, Santa Ana, CA.

  17. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1998) Molecular crystallography: then and now. GWIS Ninth Science Conference, Chapman University, Orange, CA.

  18. Crundwell, G., Phan, J. and Kantardjieff, K.A. (1997) An experiment in single-crystal x-ray diffraction in the physical chemistry laboratory. In Program Abstracts, ACS National Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.

  19. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1997). Computational laboratory enhances instruction in upper division chemistry at CSU Fullerton. Paper presented at the CSU Computational Chemistry Council, Annual Meeting, Fullerton, CA.

  20. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1997). The W.M. Keck Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

  21. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1997). The W.M. Keck Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, West Coast Protein Crystallogpraphy Workshop, Pacific Grove, CA.

  22. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1996). Computational laboratory enhances instruction in upper division chemistry at CSU Fullerton.  In Program Abstracts, National Meeting, American Chemical Society, Orlando, FL.

  23. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1996). The W.M. Keck Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, International Union of Crystallography XVII Congress and General Assembly, Seattle, WA.

  24. Hardinger, S. and Kantardjieff, K.A. (1995). Computational chemistry laboratory at California State University Fullerton. In Program Abstracts, Southern California Academy of Sciences, Annual Meeting, California State University, Fullerton.

  25. Hardinger, S. and Kantardjieff, K.A. (1995). Computational chemistry laboratory at California State University Fullerton.  In Program Abstracts, Western Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA.

  26. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1995). The California State University Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, Project Kaleidoscope Conference, Claremont, CA.

  27. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1995). The California State University Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, Western Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA.

  28. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1995). The California State University Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association, Annual Meeting, Montreal, CAN.

  29. Kantardjieff, K.A. (1995). The California State University Center for Molecular Structure. In Program Abstracts, West Coast Protein Crystallography Workshop, Asilomar, CA.

1990-1994 (Students made 20 separate presentations)

  1. Kantardjieff, K.A., Nikfarjam, N., Lyerly, D.M. and Wilkins, T.D. (1990). Preliminary crystallographic studies of toxin A from Clostridium difficile. In Program Abstracts, American Crystallographic Association, Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA 18: 71.

Masters Theses Supervised

  1. Larry Grant (in progress) Structure of an SSCR histidine mutant with reversed enantiopreference.

  2. Weir, Jordan (2009) Purification and characterization of cytochrome c' from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Planning for a career in intellectual property law.

  3. Sowjanya Kalakoti (2008) (in collaboration with B. Lustig, San Jose State University) Sequence variability and its application to the characterization of three-dimensional structure.

  4. Lai, Ricky (2008) Distribution of water around amino acid side chains: statistical and computational analysis. Winner Don Eden Award for Outstanding Research, CSUPERB; Quality control inspector at AQMD, Diamond Bar, CA; Working on MBA at Cal State Fullerton.

  5. Nixt, Matthew (in progress) Engineering Protein Properties: Ferricytochrome c'. Working at the Orange County Crime Lab.

  6. Ongaro, James (2006) Structural Studies on the embBAC genes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Working at Allergan in intellectual property.

  7. Shen, Macy (2006) High Resolution Crystal Structures of the C-Fragment of Tetanus Toxin Heavy Chain. Working towards PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

  8. Reinheimer, Eric (2002) (in collaboration with J.A. Casalnuovo, Cal Poly Pomona) Crystallographic and functional analysis of novel Cr(0) and W(0) Fischer carbenes. Received PhD  at TAMU, working in the laboratory of Kim Dunbar; currently post-doctoral fellow at Caltech in the laboratory of Doug Rees.

  9. Ramirez, Laura (2001) The high resolution crystal structure of the cytochrome c' from the purple bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Former Chair of Science and current Dean of Science and Technology, Department at East Los Angeles College.

  10. Wisedchaisri, G. (2000) Protein structure modeling of an aminoglycoside 6'-N-acetyltransferase involved in antibiotic resistance. Received PhD from the University of Washington; currently post-doctoral fellow in laboratory of Wim Hol at UW.

  11. Cramm, Russell (1999) Determination of a low pH  structure of diphtheria toxin fragment from a twinned crystal. Teaches chemistry at Downey High School.

  12. Norman, T., Jr. (1998) (in collaboration with J.V. Acrivos,  San Jose State University). NiS2-xSex structure versus temperature by x-ray absorption spectroscopy. Received PhD from UC Santa Cruz; working in the bay area chemical industry.

  13. Valverde, V. (1998) The Role of Cyclic GMP Signaling Pathway in Long Term Potentiation. Tenure-track faculty at East Los Angeles College; also owns and operates own import business.