Joel Cherry
Joel Cherry
Amyris, Inc.
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Directed evolution of industrial enzymes: an update
JR Cherry, AL Fidantsef
Current opinion in biotechnology 14 (4), 438-443, 2003
Stimulation of lignocellulosic biomass hydrolysis by proteins of glycoside hydrolase family 61: structure and function of a large, enigmatic family
PV Harris, D Welner, KC McFarland, E Re, JC Navarro Poulsen, K Brown, ...
Biochemistry 49 (15), 3305-3316, 2010
Progress and challenges in enzyme development for biomass utilization
ST Merino, J Cherry
Biofuels, 95-120, 2007
Directed evolution of a fungal peroxidase
JR Cherry, MH Lamsa, P Schneider, J Vind, A Svendsen, A Jones, ...
Nature biotechnology 17 (4), 379-384, 1999
DNA shuffling of subgenomic sequences of subtilisin
JE Ness, M Welch, L Giver, M Bueno, JR Cherry, TV Borchert, ...
Nature biotechnology 17 (9), 893-896, 1999
Cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase phosphorylates and inactivates the yeast transcriptional activator ADR1
JR Cherry, TR Johnson, C Dollard, JR Shuster, CL Denis
Cell 56 (3), 409-419, 1989
Evaluation of Minimal Trichoderma reesei Cellulase Mixtures on Differently Pretreated Barley Straw Substrates
L Rosgaard, S Pedersen, J Langston, D Akerhielm, JR Cherry, AS Meyer
Biotechnology progress 23 (6), 1270-1276, 2007
Substrate specificity of family 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, and 45 endoglucanases
E Vlasenko, M Schülein, J Cherry, F Xu
Bioresource technology 101 (7), 2405-2411, 2010
Recent advances in synthetic biology for engineering isoprenoid production in yeast
CE Vickers, TC Williams, B Peng, J Cherry
Current opinion in chemical biology 40, 47-56, 2017
Efficiency of new fungal cellulase systems in boosting enzymatic degradation of barley straw lignocellulose
L Rosgaard, S Pedersen, JR Cherry, P Harris, AS Meyer
Biotechnology progress 22 (2), 493-498, 2006
Phytochrome requires the 6-kDa N-terminal domain for full biological activity.
JR Cherry, D Hondred, JM Walker, RD Vierstra
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (11), 5039-5043, 1992
Carboxy-terminal deletion analysis of oat phytochrome A reveals the presence of separate domains required for structure and biological activity.
JR Cherry, D Hondred, JM Walker, JM Keller, HP Hershey, RD Vierstra
The Plant Cell 5 (5), 565-575, 1993
Methods for degrading lignocellulosic materials
E Vlasenko, J Cherry, F Xu
US Patent 7,354,743, 2008
Characterization of tobacco expressing functional oat phytochrome: domains responsible for the rapid degradation of Pfr are conserved between monocots and dicots
JR Cherry, HP Hershey, RD Vierstra
Plant physiology 96 (3), 775-785, 1991
Photoresponses of transgenic tobacco plants expressing an oat phytochrome gene
AC McCormac, JR Cherry, HP Hershey, RD Vierstra, H Smith
Planta 185, 162-170, 1991
Methods for degrading or converting plant cell wall polysaccharides
R Berka, J Cherry
US Patent 7,413,882, 2008
Directed evolution of a maltogenic α-amylase from Bacillus sp. TS-25
A Jones, M Lamsa, TP Frandsen, T Spendler, P Harris, A Sloma, F Xu, ...
Journal of biotechnology 134 (3-4), 325-333, 2008
Conversion of the maltogenic α-amylase Novamyl into a CGTase
L Beier, A Svendsen, C Andersen, TP Frandsen, TV Borchert, JR Cherry
Protein Engineering 13 (7), 509-513, 2000
A Proteomics Strategy To Discover β-Glucosidases from Aspergillus fumigatus with Two-Dimensional Page In-Gel Activity Assay and Tandem Mass Spectrometry
KH Kim, KM Brown, PV Harris, JA Langston, JR Cherry
Journal of proteome research 6 (12), 4749-4757, 2007
The amino‐terminus of phytochrome A contains two distinct functional domains
ET Jordan, JR Cherry, JM Walker, RD Vierstra
The Plant Journal 9 (2), 243-257, 1996
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20