10. Diegelman-Parente, Amy.  “The Use of Mastery Learning with Competency-Based Grading In a Sophomore-Level Organic Chemistry Course.”  The Journal of College Science Teaching 40(5): 50-58 (2011). PDF


9. Parente, A.D. (2010). The scholarship of Peer-Led Team Learning: My progression from student leader to faculty. Progressions: The Peer-Led Team Learning Project Newsletter, Volume 12, Number 1, Fall. PDF
8. Heinicke, L., Wong, C.J., Lary, J., Nallagatla, S.R., Diegelman-Parente, A.,  Zheng, X., Cole, J. Bevilacqua, P.C.. (2009) “RNA Dimerization Promotes PKR Dimerization and Activation.” J.Mol. Biol, 390(2): 319-338. PDF


7. Tian, B., Bevilacqua, P.C., Diegelman-Parente, A., Mathews, M.B. (2004) “The double-stranded-RNA-binding motif: Interference and much more.”  Nat. Rev. Mol. Cell. Biol., Dec 5 (12):1013-23. PDF
6. Bevilacqua, P.C., Brown, T.S., Chadalavada, D.M., Parente, A.D., Yajima, R. (2003) “Kinetic Analysis of Ribozyme Cleavage.”  In Johnson, K.A. (ed.), Kinetic Analysis of Macromolecules:  A Practical Approach.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, Chapter 3, pp. 49-74. PDF
5. Diegelman-Parente, A., Bevilacqua, P.C. (2002)  “A Mechanistic Framework for  Co-transcriptional Folding of the HDV Genomic Ribozyme in the Presence of Downstream Sequence.” J. Mol. Biol., 324:1-16. PDF


4. Diegelman, A.M., Kool, E.T.  (2001)  “Chemical and Enzymatic Methods For Preparing Circular Single-stranded DNAs.”  In Glick, G.D. (ed.), Current Protocols in Nucleic Acid Chemistry. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, Chapter 5.2. PDF

3. Diegelman, A.M., Kool, E.T.  (1999)  “Mimicry of the Hepatitis Delta Virus Replication Cycle Mediated by Synthetic Circular Oligonucleotides.”  Chem. Biol., 6:569-76. PDF


2. Diegelman, A.M., Kool, E. T.  (1998)  “Generation of Circular RNAs and Trans-cleaving Catalytic RNAs by Rolling Transcription of Circular DNA Oligonucleotides Encoding Hairpin Ribozymes.”  Nucleic Acids Res. 26: 3235-3241. PDF


1. Diegelman, A.M., Daubendiek, S.L., Kool, E.T.  (1998)  “Generation of RNA Ladders by   Rolling Circle Transcription of Small Circular Oligodeoxyribonucleotides.” BioTechniques  25:754-758.  PDF