Kenneth A. Rubinson, PhD

Adjunct Associate Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology


Professor Rubinson is currently on the editorial boards of The Protein Journal and Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics


"The Relative Diffusive Transport Rate of SrI2 in Water Changes over the Nanometer Length Scale as Measured by Coherent Quasielastic Neutron Scattering"
Kenneth A. Rubinson and Antonio Faraone
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016, 18, 12707-12715.

"Heparin's Solution Structure Determined by Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS)"
Kenneth A. Rubinson, Yin Chen, Brady F. Cress, Fuming Zhang, and Robert J. Linhardt
Biopolymers, 2016, 105, 905-913.

"Practical Corrections for p(H,D) Measurements in Mixed H2O/D2O Biological Buffers"
Kenneth A. Rubinson
Analytical Methods, 2017, 9, 2744-2750.

"Submultiple Data Collection to Explore Spectroscopic Instrument Instabilities Shows that Much of the "Noise" is not Stochastic"
Curtis W. Meuse, James J. Filliben, and Kenneth A. Rubinson
Analytical Chemistry, 2018, 90, 5066-5074.

"Why Proteins Are Big:  Length Scale Effects on Equilibria and Kinetics"
Kenneth A. Rubinson
Protein Journal, 2019, 38, 95-119.

"Ion and Water Transport Reasonably Involves Rotation and Pseudorotation: Measurement and Modeling the Temperature Dependence of Small-Angle Neutron Scattering from Aqueous SrI2"
Kenneth A. Rubinson and Raymond D. Mountain
PCCP, 2020, 22 (24), 13479-13488.


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