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Towards the high-resolution protein structure prediction. Fast refinement of reduced models with all-atom force fieldBMC Structural Biology 7, 43, 2007.
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 method for the prediction of surface "U"-turns and transglobular connections in small proteinsProteins 27, 290–308, 1997.
Dynamics and thermodynamics of beta-hairpin assembly: insights from various simulation techniquesBiophysical Journal 77, 2942–52, 1999.
A simple lattice model that exhibits a protein-like cooperative all-or-none folding transitionBiopolymers 69, 399–405, 2003.
Assembly of protein structure from sparse experimental data: an efficient Monte Carlo modelProteins 32, 475–494, 1998.
Does a backwardly read protein sequence have a unique native state?Protein Engineering 9, 5–14, 1996.
Fold assembly of small proteins using monte carlo simulations driven by restraints derived from multiple sequence alignmentsJournal of Molecular Biology 277, 419–448, 1998.
Nativelike topology assembly of small proteins using predicted restraints in Monte Carlo folding simulationsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 95, 1020–1025, 1998.
From independent modules to molten globules: observations on the nature of protein folding intermediatesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90, 2099–100, 1993.
MONSSTER: a method for folding globular proteins with a small number of distance restraintsJournal of Molecular Biology 265, 217–241, 1997.
Human telomerase model shows the role of the TEN domain in advancing the double helix for the next polymerization stepProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108, 9443–8, 2011.