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CABS-NMR–De novo tool for rapid global fold determination from chemical shifts, residual dipolar couplings and sparse methyl-methyl NOEsJournal of c\Computational Chemistry 32, 536–44, 2011.
Contact prediction in protein modeling: scoring, folding and refinement of coarse-grained modelsBMC Structural Biology 8, 36, 2008.
Backbone building from quadrilaterals: a fast and accurate algorithm for protein backbone reconstruction from alpha carbon coordinatesJournal of Computational Chemistry 28, 1593–7, 2007.
Characterization of protein-folding pathways by reduced-space modelingProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104, 12330–5, 2007.
Comparative modeling without implicit sequence alignmentsBioinformatics (Oxford, England) 23, 2522–7, 2007.
Protein structure prediction: combining de novo modeling with sparse experimental dataJournal of Computational Chemistry 28, 1668–76, 2007.
Towards the high-resolution protein structure prediction. Fast refinement of reduced models with all-atom force fieldBMC Structural Biology 7, 43, 2007.
T-Pile–a package for thermodynamic calculations for biomoleculesBioinformatics (Oxford, England) 23, 1840–1842, 2007.
Inferring ideal amino acid interaction forms from statistical protein contact potentialsProteins 59, 49–57, 2005.
A minimal proteinlike lattice model: an alpha-helix motifThe Journal of Chemical Physics 122, 214915, 2005.
A new approach to prediction of short-range conformational propensities in proteinsBioinformatics (Oxford, England) 21, 981–987, 2005.
A minimal physically realistic protein-like lattice model: designing an energy landscape that ensures all-or-none folding to a unique native stateBiophysical Journal 84, 1518–26, 2003.