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PUBLICATIONS

41. David J. Vinyard, Syed Lal Badshah, M. Rita Riggio, Divya Kaur, Annaliesa R. Fanguy, and M. R. Gunner, “Photosystem II oxygen-evolving complex photo-assembly displays an inverse H/D solvent isotope effect under chloride-limiting conditions.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2019, 116, 18917-18922.

40. Ananya Mukherjee, Chun Sing Lau, Charlotte E. Walker, Ashwani K. Rai, Camille I. Prejean, Gary Yates, Thomas Emrich-Mills, Spencer G. Lemoine, David J. Vinyard, Luke C. M. Mackinder, and James V. Moroney. “Thylakoid localized bestrophin-like proteins are essential for the CO2 concentrating mechanism of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2019, 116, 16915-16920.

39. David J. Vinyard and Gary W. Brudvig. “Progress towards a molecular mechanism of water oxidation in Photosystem II.” Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 2017, 68, 101-116.

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38. Ipsita Ghosh, Sahr Khan, Gourab Banerjee, Alisha Dziarski, David J. Vinyard, Richard J. Debus, and Gary W. Brudvig, "Insights on proton-transfer pathways during water oxidation in Photosystem II." Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2019, 123, 8195-8202.

37. David J. Vinyard, Gennady M. Ananyev, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Desiccation tolerant lichens facilitate in vivo H/D isotope effect measurements in oxygenic photosynthesis.” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Bioenergetics, 2018, 1859, 1039-1044.

36. Simon J. Bonyhady, Daniel E. DeRosha, Javier Vela, David J. Vinyard, Ryan E. Cowley, Brandon Q. Mercado, William W. Brennessel, and Patrick L. Holland. “Iron and cobalt diazoalkane complexes supported by b-diketiminate ligands: A synthetic, spectroscopic, and computational investigation.” Inorganic Chemistry, 2018, 57, 5959-5972.

35. Monica Y. Lee, Ana Gamez-Mendez, Jiasheng Zhang, Zhenwu Zhuang, David J. Vinyard, Jan R. Kraehling, Heino Velazquez, Gary W. Brudvig, Them. R. Kyriakides, Michael Simons, and William C. Sessa. “Endothelial cell autonomous role of Akt1: Regulation of vascular tone and ischemia-induced arteriogenesis.” Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 2018, 38, 870-879.

34. David J. Vinyard, Sahr Khan, Mikhail Askerka, Victor S. Batista, and Gary W. Brudvig. “Energetics of the S2 state spin isomers of the oxygen-evolving complex of Photosystem II.” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2017, 121, 1020-1025.


33. Jennifer L. Peper, David J. Vinyard, Gary W. Brudvig, and James M. Mayer. “Slow equilibrium between spectroscopically distinct trap states in reduced TiO2 nanoparticles.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2017, 139, 2868-2871.


32. Megan Mohadjer Beromi, Ainara Nova, David Balcells, Ann M. Brasacchio, Gary W. Brudvig, Louise M. Guard, Nilay Hazari*, and David J. Vinyard. “Mechanistic study of an improved Ni precatalyst for Suzuki-Miyaura reactions of aryl sulfamates: Understanding the role of Ni(I) species. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2017, 139, 922-936. *corresponding author


31. Dimitar Y. Shopov, Benjamin Rudshteyn, Jesus Campos, David J. Vinyard, Victor S. Batista, Gary W. Brudvig, and Robert H. Crabtree. “A full set of iridium(IV) pyridine-alkoxide stereoisomers: Highly geometry-dependent redox properties.” Chemical Science, 2017, 8, 1642-1652.


30. Daria L. Huang, David J. Vinyard, James D. Blakemore, Sara M. Hashmi, and Robert H. Crabtree. “Cp* versus bis-carbonyl iridium precursors as CH oxidation precatalysts.” Organometallics, 2017, 36, 199-206.


29. Yuchen Liu, David J. Vinyard, Megan E. Reesbeck, Tateki Suzuki, Kasidet Manakongtreecheep, Patrick L. Holland, Gary W. Brudvig, and Dieter Soll. “A [3Fe-4S] cluster is required for tRNA thiolation in archaea and eukaryotes.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2016, 113, 12703-12708.


28. David J. Vinyard, Mikhail Askerka, Richard J. Debus, Victor S. Batista, and Gary W. Brudvig. “Ammonia binding in the second coordination sphere of the oxygen-evolving complex of Photosystem II.” Biochemistry, 2016, 55, 4432-4436.


27. David J. Vinyard, Jennifer S. Sun, Javier Gimpel, Gennady M. Ananyev, Stephen P. Mayfield, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Natural isoforms of the Photosystem II D1 subunit differ in photoassembly efficiency of the water-oxidizing complex.” Photosynthesis Research, 2016, 128, 141-150.


26. Mikhail Askerka, Jimin Wang, David J. Vinyard, Gary W. Brudvig, and Victor S. Batista. “The S3 state of the O2-evolving complex of Photosystem II: Insights from QM/MM, EXAFS, and femtosecond X-ray diffraction.” Biochemistry, 2016, 55, 981-984.


25. Jan R. Kraehling, Zhengrong Hao, Monica Y. Lee, David J. Vinyard, Heino Velasquez, Xinran Liu, Radu V. Stan, Gary W. Brudvig, and William C. Sessa. “Uncoupling caveolae from intracellular NO signaling in vivo.” Circulation Research, 2016, 118, 48-55.


24. Shashi B. Sinha, Dimitar Y. Shopov, Liam S. Sharninghausen, David J. Vinyard, Brandon Q. Mercado, Gary W. Brudvig, and Robert H. Crabtree. “A stable coordination complex of Rh(IV) in an N,O-donor environment.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015, 137, 15692-15695.


23. David J. Vinyard, Sahr Khan, and Gary W. Brudvig. “Photosynthetic water oxidation: Binding and activation of substrate waters for O-O bond formation.” Faraday Discussions, 2015, 185, 37-50.


22. Louise M. Guard, Megan Mohadjer Beromi, Gary W. Brudvig, Nilay Hazari*, and David J. Vinyard. “Comparison of dppf-supported Ni precatalysts for the Suzuki-Miyaura reaction: The observation and activity of Ni(I).” Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2015, 54, 13352-13356. *corresponding author


21. Mikhail Askerka, David J. Vinyard, Gary W. Brudvig, and Victor S. Batista. “Ammonia binding to the S2 state of the oxygen-evolving complex of Photosystem II: Analog to water binding during the S2 ® S3 transition.” Biochemistry, 2015, 54, 5783-5786.


20. Ilija Coric, Brandon Q. Mercado, Eckhard Bill, David J. Vinyard, and Patrick L. Holland. “N2 binding to an iron-sulfur-carbon site.” Nature, 2015, 526, 96-99.


19. Bruce R. Branchini, Curran E. Behney, Tara L. Southworth, Danielle M. Fontaine, Andrew M. Gulick, David J. Vinyard, and Gary W. Brudvig. “Experimental support for a single electron transfer oxidation mechanism in firefly bioluminescence.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015, 137, 7592-7595. (Featured in National Geographic (online), The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, and NPR’s Science Friday.)


18. Megan E. Reesbeck, Meghan M. Rodriguez, William W. Brennessel, Brandon Q. Mercado, David J. Vinyard, and Patrick L. Holland. “Oxidized and reduced [2Fe-2S] clusters from an iron(I) synthon.” Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 2015, 20, 875-883.


17. Mikhail Askerka, David J. Vinyard, Jimin Wang, Gary W. Brudvig, and Victor S. Batista. “Analysis of the radiation-damage-free X-ray structure of Photosystem II in light of EXAFS and QM/MM data.” Biochemistry, 2015, 54, 1713-1716.


16. Anagha Krishnan, G. Kenchappa Kumaraswamy, David J. Vinyard, Huiya Gu, Gennady Ananyev, Matthew C. Posewitz, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Metabolic and photosynthetic consequences of blocking starch biosynthesis in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii sta6 mutant.” The Plant Journal, 2015, 81, 947-960.


15. Leslie Vogt, David J. Vinyard, Sahr Khan, and Gary W. Brudvig. “Oxygen-evolving complex of Photosystem II: An analysis of second-shell residues and hydrogen bonding networks.” Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 2015, 25, 152-158.


14. David J. Vinyard and Gary W. Brudvig. “Insights into substrate binding to the oxygen-evolving complex of Photosystem II from ammonia inhibition studies.” Biochemistry, 2015, 54, 622-628.


13. K. Cory MacLeod, David J. Vinyard, and Patrick L. Holland. “A multi-iron system capable of rapid N2 formation and N2 cleavage.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014, 139, 10226-10229.


12. David J. Vinyard*, Javier Gimpel*, Gennady M. Ananyev, Stephen P. Mayfield, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Engineered Photosystem II reaction centers optimize photochemistry versus photoprotection at different solar intensities.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014, 136, 4048-4055. *equal contribution


11. David J. Vinyard, Gennady M. Ananyev, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Photosystem II: The reaction center of oxygenic photosynthesis.” Annual Review of Biochemistry, 2013, 82, 577-606.


10. David J. Vinyard, Chase E. Zachary, Gennady M. Ananyev, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Thermodynamically accurate modeling of the catalytic cycle of photosynthetic oxygen evolution: a mathematical solution to asymmetric Markov chains.” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Bioenergetics, 2013, 1827, 861-868.


9. David J. Vinyard, Javier Gimpel, Gennady M. Ananyev, Mario A. Cornejo, Susan S. Golden, Stephen P. Mayfield, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Natural variants of Photosystem II subunit D1 tune photochemical fitness to solar intensity.” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2013, 288, 5451-5462.


8. Yong-Ick Kim, David J. Vinyard, Gennady M. Ananyev, G. Charles Dismukes, and Susan S. Golden. “Oxidized quinones signal onset of darkness directly to the cyanobacterial circadian oscillator.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2012, 109, 17765-17769.


7. Tuan A. Nguyen, Jasmina Brescic, David J. Vinyard, Thenappan Chandrasekar, and G. Charles Dismukes. “Identification of an oxygenic reaction center psbADC operon in the cyanobacterium Gloeobacter violaceus PCC 7421.” Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2012, 29, 35-38.


6. Victoria H. Work, Randor Radakovits, Robert E. Jinkerson, Jonathan E. Meuser, Lee G. Elliott, David J. Vinyard, Lieve M. L. Laurens, G. Charles Dismukes, and Matthew C. Posewitz. “Increased lipid accumulation in the Chlamydomonas reinhardtii sta7-10 starchless isoamylase mutant and increased carbohydrate synthesis in complemented strains.” Eukaryotic Cell, 2010, 9, 1251-1261.


5. David J. Vinyard, Shujun Su, and Mark M. Richter. “Electrogenerated chemiluminescence of 9,10-diphenylanthracene, rubrene, and anthracene in fluorinated aromatic solvents.” Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2008, 112, 8529-8533.


4. David J. Vinyard and Mark M. Richter. “Enhanced electrogenerated chemilumescence in the presence of fluorinated alcohols.” Analytical Chemistry, 2007, 79, 6404-6409.


3. David J. Vinyard, Shawn Swavey, and Mark M. Richter. “Photoluminescence and electrogenerated chemiluminescence of a bis(bipyridyl)ruthenium (II) – porphyrin complex.” Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2007, 360, 1529-1534.


2. David J. Vinyard and Mark M. Richter. “Electrogenerated chemiluminescence of the lithium salts of 8-hydroxyquinoline and 2-methyl-8-hydroxyquinoline.” Dalton Transactions, 2006, 37, 4461-4464.


1. Sean C. Brooks, David J. Vinyard, and Mark M. Richter. “Electrogenerated chemiluminescence of bis(bipyridyl)ruthenium (II) acetylacetone complexes.” Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2006, 359, 4635-4638.