12W W de Jong
Summary for 2001 [at-glance overview of W W de Jong work for the selected year as suggested by data mining algorithms]
This is an Authoratory overview of author W W de Jong. According to available data, in 2001 W W de Jong published at least 12 articles. This work was completed in collaboration with several authors including Springer, M S and Stanhope, M J. Many other authors have collaborated with W W de Jong as well. There is at least one grant awarded to support this work.
W W de Jong is a key opinion leader on Crystallins, Mammals. This author's highest rank is 1 when compared to all other authors using the keyword Mammals. Analysis of the article abstracts and the titles suggests that W W de Jong professional interests are focused around "small heat shock", "heat shock proteins" and "alphaa ins crystallin". These might also be referred to as "molecular data", "heat shock" or "small heat". Statistical analysis shows that W W de Jong's writing is likely to contains terms "alphab-crystallin", "data", "protein", "molecular", "proteins" and "nuclear".
The affiliations of W W de Jong vary, with Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands being the most prominent. Luckily, several email addresses are on file.
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W W de Jong Coauthors (17) [all coauthors with the number of joint publications]
Affiliations (6) [condensed summary of the W W de Jong affiliations, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 3Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
3Department of Biology, University of California at Riverside, CA 92521, USA.
3161 Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, PO P.O. Box 9101, 6500 HB, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
1Laboratory of Genomic Diversity, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, MD 21702, USA.
1161 Department of Biochemistry, Univeristy of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
1Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, Walton Street, University of Oxford, UK.
Key Opinion Leader In [W W de Jong is considered a key opinion leader in any keyword where the rank of 5 is achieved, the leading number before the keyword shows the author's rank as compared to all other authors]
- 1Mammals | 2Crystallins | 10Likelihood Functions | 23Sequence Alignment | 24Phylogeny | 28Evolution, Molecular | 35Biological Evolution | 713Amino Acid Sequence | 847Molecular Sequence Data
Keywords (32) [keywords assigned to W W de Jong articles by PubMed, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 12Animals | 9Humans | 8Phylogeny | 7Molecular Sequence Data | 6Amino Acid Sequence | 6Crystallins | 5Sequence Alignment | 5Evolution, Molecular | 5Mammals | 3Likelihood Functions | 3Biological Evolution | 2Base Sequence | 2RNA, Messenger | 2Africa | 2Fossils | 2Heat-Shock Proteins | 2Bayes Theorem | 2DNA, Complementary | 2Cell Nucleus | 2Ecosystem | 2Hot Temperature | 2Rats | 2Sequence Homology, Nucleic Acid | 2DNA, Mitochondrial | 2Cattle | 2Molecular Chaperones | 2Mutation | 2Sequence Analysis, DNA | 1Mutagenesis, Site-Directed | 1Lens, Crystalline | 1Aquaporin 6 | 1Caenorhabditis elegans
W W de Jong Unique Vocabulary (96) [single words, word pairs and phrases obtained by analysis of abstracts and titles, the leading number and the color conveys importance; W W de Jong might be a good expert witness on these terms]
- 16alphab-crystallin | 16data | 13protein | 12molecular | 11proteins | 10nuclear | 10sequence | 9exon | 9hsp12 | 9human | 9mitochondrial | 9gene | 8activity | 8may | 7sequences | 7clades | 7chaperone | 6afrotheria | 6taxa | 6small | 6chaperonelike | 6alphaa-crystallin | 6including | 5shock | 5heat | 5echolocation | 5relationships | 5domain | 5signatures | 5morphological | 5phylogenetic | 5support
- 6molecular data | 5heat shock | 5small heat | 5chaperonelike activity | 5placental mammals | 5c8 alpha7 | 4alternatively spliced | 4shock proteins | 4ins crystallin | 4alphaa ins | 4interaction alphab-crystallin | 4sequence signatures | 3common ancestor | 3benchmark clades | 3hsp12 alphab-crystallin | 3data set | 3parallel adaptive | 3deep-level mammalian | 3eye lens | 3alpha-crystallin domain | 3lens protein | 3adaptive radiations | 3nuclear genes | 3spliced exon | 3using bayesian | 3conserved alpha-crystallin | 3evolutionary history | 3n-c-t n-c-t | 3nuclear gene | 3gene sequences | 2subunit c8 | 2caenorhabditis elegans
- 5small heat shock | 4heat shock proteins | 4alphaa ins crystallin | 3nuclear gene sequences | 3eye lens protein | 3conserved alpha-crystallin domain | 3alternatively spliced exon | 3parallel adaptive radiations | 2domain swapping human | 2subsequently lost megabats | 2deep-level phylogenetic relationships | 2molecular data alone | 2characterization novel human | 2mammal radiation using | 2amino acid replacements | 2using bayesian phylogenetics | 220s proteasomal subunit | 2sequences deep-level mammalian | 2deep-level mammalian phylogeny | 2adaptive radiations major | 2shock proteins protein | 2caenorhabditis elegans hsp12 | 2human 20s proteasomal | 2novel human small | 2bats subsequently lost | 2alpha-crystallin domain hsp12 | 2evolved common ancestor | 2major clades placental | 2radiations major clades | 2hsp12 restored domain | 2activity caenorhabditis elegans | 2clades placental mammals
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- STABILITY OF ENZYMES AS EYE LENS CRYSTALLINS (DE JONG, WILFRIED - 1989)
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W W de Jong Articles (12) [selected PubMed articles for the year 2001 with the links to a full text at PubMed]
Resolution of the early placental mammal radiation using Bayesian phylogenetics. (2001) >>
Laboratory of Genomic Diversity, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, MD 21702, USA., 6Eizirik, E, 16Springer, M S, 36O'Brien, S J, 12de Jong, W W, , , 10Stanhope, M J, 3Douady, C J, 19Murphy, W J, 5Ryder, O A.
The lack of chaperonelike activity of Caenorhabditis elegans Hsp12.2 cannot be restored by domain swapping with human alphaB-crystallin. (2001) >>
Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.5Boelens, W C, , 12de Jong, W W.
Characterization of two novel human small heat shock proteins: protein kinase-related HspB8 and testis-specific HspB9. (2001) >>
161 Department of Biochemistry, Univeristy of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.5Boelens, W C, , 12de Jong, W W, , , , .
The evolution of an alternatively spliced exon in the alphaA-crystallin gene. (2001) >>
161 Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, P.O. Box 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands.5van Dijk, M A, , 12de Jong, W W.
Integrated fossil and molecular data reconstruct bat echolocation. (2001) >>
Department of Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA., 16Springer, M S, 12de Jong, W W, 10Stanhope, M J, .
Phylogenetics. Which mammalian supertree to bark up? (2001) >>
Department of Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521 USA.16Springer, M S, 12de Jong, W W.
Evolution of the aldose reductase-related gecko eye lens protein rhoB-crystallin: a sheep in wolf's clothing. (2001) >>
Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.12de Jong, W W, , 4Roll, B, 5van Boekel, M A, 7van Aalten, D M.
Parallel adaptive radiations in two major clades of placental mammals. (2001) >>
Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands., , 16Springer, M S, 12de Jong, W W, , , , 10Stanhope, M J, , 3Douady, C J.
Chaperone function of mutant versions of alpha A- and alpha B-crystallin prepared to pinpoint chaperone binding sites. (2001) >>
Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, Walton Street, University of Oxford, UK.7Horwitz, J, 12de Jong, W W, , , , , 2Harding, J J, 13Clark, J I, 5van Boekel, M A.
Mitochondrial versus nuclear gene sequences in deep-level mammalian phylogeny reconstruction. (2001) >>
Department of Biology, University of California at Riverside, CA 92521, USA., , , 16Springer, M S, 12de Jong, W W, , 10Stanhope, M J.
Protein sequence signatures support the African clade of mammals. (2001) >>
Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, P.O. Box 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands., 5van Dijk, M A, 12de Jong, W W, 3Catzeflis, F, 10Stanhope, M J, 5Pagel, M.
Interaction between alphaB-crystallin and the human 20S proteasomal subunit C8/alpha7. (2001) >>
Department of Biochemistry, University of Nijmegen, PO Box 9101, 6500 HB, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.5Boelens, W C, , 12de Jong, W W.