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Generalized protein structure prediction based on combination of fold-recognition with de novo folding and evaluation of modelsProteins 61 Suppl. 7, 84–90, 2005.
Unfolding of globular proteins: monte carlo dynamics of a realistic reduced modelBiophysical Journal 85, 3271–3278, 2003.
Comparative modeling without implicit sequence alignmentsBioinformatics (Oxford, England) 23, 2522–7, 2007.
Dynamics and thermodynamics of beta-hairpin assembly: insights from various simulation techniquesBiophysical Journal 77, 2942–52, 1999.
Protein modeling and structure prediction with a reduced representationActa Biochimica Polonica 51, 349–71, 2004.
Assembly of protein structure from sparse experimental data: an efficient Monte Carlo modelProteins 32, 475–494, 1998.
A simple lattice model that exhibits a protein-like cooperative all-or-none folding transitionBiopolymers 69, 399–405, 2003.
On the origin of the cooperativity of protein folding: implications from model simulationsProteins 26, 271–287, 1996.
Steps towards flexible docking: modeling of three-dimensional structures of the nuclear receptors bound with peptide ligands mimicking co-activators' sequencesThe Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 103, 357–60, 2007.
Theoretical study of molecular mechanism of binding TRAP220 coactivator to Retinoid X Receptor alpha, activated by 9-cis retinoic acidThe Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 121, 124–9, 2010.
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.
Protein structure prediction: combining de novo modeling with sparse experimental dataJournal of Computational Chemistry 28, 1668–76, 2007.
Does a backwardly read protein sequence have a unique native state?Protein Engineering 9, 5–14, 1996.
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.
Ab initio folding of proteins using restraints derived from evolutionary informationProteins Suppl. 3, 177–185, 1999.
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.