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Gellman SH, Dado GP. On the use of molecular mechanics calculations for the study of intramolecular hydrogen bonding phenomena. Tetrahedron Letters. 1991 ;32:7377-80.
Gellman SH. Biologically active nylon-3 copolymers. Polymer Preprints. 2012 ;53:366-367.
Gellman SH, Cowburn D, McDonnell JM. Hairpin turns. Chemical & Engineering News. 1997 ;75:6-6.
Gellman SH, Petter R, Breslow R. Catalytic hydrolysis of a phosphate triester by tetracoordinated zinc complexes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 1986 ;108:2388-94.
Gellman SH, Woolfson DN. Mini-proteins Trp the light fantastic. Nature Structural Biology. 2002 ;9:408-410.
Gellman SH, Dado GP, Liang GBai, Adams BR. Conformation-directing effects of a single intramolecular amide-amide hydrogen bond: variable-temperature NMR and IR studies on a homologous diamide series. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 1991 ;113:1164-73.
Gellman SH. Foldamers: A manifesto. Accounts of Chemical Research. 1998 ;31:173-180.
Gellman SH, Adams BR. Intramolecular hydrogen bonding in simple diamides. Tetrahedron Letters. 1989 ;30:3381-4.
Gellman SH. Structure and function in b-peptide foldamers. Polymer Preprints. 2003 ;44:461.
Gellman SH, Powell DR, Desper JM. An unusual hydrogen bonding pattern in a crystallographically observed β-turn. Tetrahedron LettersTetrahedron Letters. 1992 ;33:1963-4.
Gellman SH. Minimal model systems for beta sheet secondary structure in proteins. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology. 1998 ;2:717-725.
Gellman SH, Adams BR, Dado GP. Temperature-dependent changes in the folding pattern of a simple triamide. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 1990 ;112:460-1.
Gellman SH. Structure and function in foldamers. Polymer Preprints. 2005 ;46:169.
Gellman SH, Haque TS, Newcomb LF. New evidence that the hydrophobic effect and dispersion are not major driving forces for nucleotide base stacking. Biophysical Journal. 1996 ;71:3523-3525.
Gellman SH. Beta-peptide foldamers show biomedical potential. sp2. 2002 ;1:30-31.
Gellman SH. On the role of methionine residues in the sequence-independent recognition of nonpolar protein surfaces. Biochemistry. 1991 ;30:6633-6.
Gellman SH. Structure and function in foldamers. Pept. Sci. 2006 ;43rd:72.
Gellman SH. Introduction: Molecular Recognition. Chemical Reviews (Washington, D. C.). 1997 ;97:1231-1232.
Gellman SH, Raines RT. Model systems - This year's model - Editorial overview. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology. 2002 ;6:727-728.