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Dynamics of star branched polymers in a matrix of linear chains—a Monte Carlo studyMacromolecular Theory and Simulations 3, 715–729, 1994.
Monte Carlo simulations of protein folding. I. Lattice model and interaction schemeProteins 18, 338-52, 1994.
Monte Carlo Simulations of Protein Folding. I. Lattice Model nad Interaction SchemeProteins 18, 338–352, 1994.
Monte Carlo simulations of protein folding. II. Application to protein A, ROP, and crambinProteins: Structure, Function, Bioinformatics 18, 353–366, 1994.
Comment on "Local knot model of entangled polymer chains"The Journal of Physical Chemistry 97, 3450, 1993.
De novo and inverse folding predictions of protein structure and dynamicsJournal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design 7, 397–438, 1993.
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.
A general method for the prediction of the three dimensional structure and folding pathway of globular proteins: Application to designed helical proteinsThe Journal of Chemical Physics 98, 7420, 1993.
A lattice dynamics study of a Langmuir monolayer fatty acidsJournal of Chemical Physics 98, 7581–7587, 1993.
Lattice representations of globular proteins: How good are they?Journal of Computational Chemistry 14, 1194-1202 , 1993.
Discretized model of proteins. I. Monte Carlo study of cooperativity in homopolypeptidesJournal of Chemical Physics 97, 9412–9426, 1992.
Effect of double bonds on the dynamics of hydrocarbon chainsJournal of Chemical Physics 97, 1240–1249, 1992.
Monte Carlo studies of an idealized model of a lipid-water systemThe Journal of Physical Chemistry 96, 4015–4022, 1992.
Prediction of protein secondary structure by neural networks: encoding short and long range patterns of amino acid packingActa Biochimica Polonica 39, 369–392, 1992.
Simulations of the Folding Pathway of TIM-type a/ß Barrel ProteinsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 89, 2629–2633, 1992.
Dynamic Monte Carlo Simulations of a new lattice model of globular protein folding, structure, and dynamicsJournal of Molecular Biology 221, 499–531, 1991.
Monte Carlo dynamics study of motions in cis-unsaturated hydrocarbon chainsThe Journal of Chemical Physics 95, 3826–3834, 1991.
Dynamic Monte Carlo Globular Protein Folding and StructureChemical Design Automation News 5, 1–20, 1990.