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Conservation of complex knotting and slipknotting patterns in proteins.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109, E1715-23, 2012.
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.
Slipknotting upon native-like loop formation in a trefoil knot protein.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107, 15403-8, 2010.
Dodging the crisis of folding proteins with knots.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106, 3119-24, 2009.
Mechanical strength of 17,134 model proteins and cysteine slipknots.PLoS Comput Biol 5, e1000547, 2009.
Contact prediction in protein modeling: scoring, folding and refinement of coarse-grained modelsBMC Structural Biology 8, 36, 2008.
Folding pathway of the b1 domain of protein G explored by multiscale modelingBiophysical Journal 94, 726–36, 2008.
Selection of optimal variants of Gō-like models of proteins through studies of stretching.Biophys J 95, 3174-91, 2008.
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.
Exploring protein energy landscapes with hierarchical clusteringInternational Journal of Quantum Chemistry 105, 826–830, 2005.
Generalized protein structure prediction based on combination of fold-recognition with de novo folding and evaluation of modelsProteins 61 Suppl. 7, 84–90, 2005.
A minimal proteinlike lattice model: an alpha-helix motifThe Journal of Chemical Physics 122, 214915, 2005.
Protein modeling with reduced representation: statistical potentials and protein folding mechanismActa Biochimica Polonica 52, 741–8, 2005.
Theoretical model of prion propagation: a misfolded protein induces misfoldingProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102, 7835–40, 2005.