Assistant Director, Graduate Education & Outreach
Computer & Information Sciences Department
Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Delaware Biotechnology Institute
15 Innovation Way, Suite 205G
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19711
Phone: (302) 831-6173
FAX: (302) 831-4841
PhD, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Delaware, 1999
BS, Premedicine, Pennsylvania State University, 1992
Awards and Acknowledgments:
Joel L. Silver Symposium Award for most outstanding original research, 1999
International Symposium on Flavins and Flavoprotein speaker in Konstanz, Germany, 1999
Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry CHEM 106
Elementary Biochemistry CHEM 214
Elementary Biochemistry Laboratory CHEM 216
Hoober, C. Thorpe, “Flavin-Dependent Sulfhydryl Oxidase in Protein Disulfide Bond Formation,” Methods in Enzymology, 2002, 348, 30-34.
L. Hoober, N. M. Glynn, J. Burnside, D. L. Coppock, C. Thorpe, “Homology between Egg White Sulfhydryl Oxidase and Quiescin of Q6 Defines and New Class of Flavin-linked Sulfhydryl Oxidase,”, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1999, 274, 31759-31762.
L. Hoober, S. S Sheasley, H. F Gilbert, C. Thorpe, “Sulfhydryl Oxidase from Egg White: A Facile Catalyst for Disulfide Bond Formation in Proteins and Peptides,” The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1999, 274, 22147-22150.
L. Hoober, C. Thorpe, “Egg White Sulfhydryl Oxidase: Kinetic Mechanism of the Catalysis of the Disulfide Bond Formation,” Biochemistry, 1999, 38, 3211-3217.
L. Hoober, B. Joneja, H. B. White, III, C. Thorpe, “Sulfhydryl Oxidase from Chicken Egg White,”
Flavins and Flavoproteins, 1996, University of Calgary Press, 807-809.
L. Hoober, B. Joneja, H. B. White, III, and C. Thorpe, “A Sulfhydryl Oxidase from Chicken Egg White,” The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1996, 271, 30510-30516.