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Derivation of protein-specific pair potentials based on weak sequence fragment similarityProteins: Structure, Function, Bioinformatics 38, 3–16, 2000.
Helix-coil and beta sheet-coil transitions in a simplified, yet realistic protein modelMacromolecular Theory and Simulations 9, 523–533, 2000.
Monte Carlo simulation of designed helical proteinsActa Poloniae Pharmaceutica – Drug Research 57 Suppl, 119-21, 2000.
Protein Folding: Flexible Lattice ModelsProgress of Theoretical Physics Supplement 138, 292–300, 2000.
Ab initio folding of proteins using restraints derived from evolutionary informationProteins Suppl. 3, 177–185, 1999.
Application of reduced models to protein structure predictionTheoretical and Computational Chemistry: Computational Molecular Biology 8, 397–440, 1999.
De novo predictions of the quaternary structure of leucine zippers and other coiled coilsInternational Journal of Quantum Chemistry 75, 165–176, 1999.
De novo simulations of the folding thermodynamics of the GCN4 leucine zipperBiophysical Journal 77, 54–69, 1999.
Dynamics and thermodynamics of beta-hairpin assembly: insights from various simulation techniquesBiophysical Journal 77, 2942–52, 1999.
Monte Carlo approaches to the protein folding problemAdvances in Chemical Physics: Monte Carlo Methods in Chemical Physics 105, 203–242, 1999.
The role of computational biology in the genomics revolutionImpact of Advances in Computing and Communications Technologies on Chemical Sciences and Technology, Proceedings of the National Research Council pp, 44–61, 1999.
Application of a high coordination lattice model in protein structure predictionProceedings of HRLC Workshop pp, 100–130, 1998.
Assembly of protein structure from sparse experimental data: an efficient Monte Carlo modelProteins 32, 475–494, 1998.
Combined multiple sequence reduced protein model approach to predict the tertiary structure of small proteinsProceedings of the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing ’98 pp, 377–388, 1998.
An efficient Monte Carlo model of protein chains. Modeling the short-range correlations between side group centers of massThe Journal of Physycal Chemistry B 102, 4628–4637, 1998.
Fold assembly of small proteins using monte carlo simulations driven by restraints derived from multiple sequence alignmentsJournal of Molecular Biology 277, 419–448, 1998.
Monte Carlo studies of the thermodynamics and kinetics of reduced protein models: Application to small helical, β, and α / β proteinsJournal of Chemical Physics 108, 2608–2617, 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.