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A reduced model of short range interactions in polypeptide chainsJournal of Chemical Physics 103, 4312–4323, 1995.
Reduced protein models and their application to the protein folding problemJournal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics 16, 381–396, 1998.
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.
On the short time dynamics of dense polymeric systems and the origin of the glass transition: A model systemThe Journal of chemical physics 84, 1922–1931, 1986.
A simple lattice model that exhibits a protein-like cooperative all-or-none folding transitionBiopolymers 69, 399–405, 2003.
A simple technique to estimate partition functions and equilibrium constants from Monte Carlo simulationsJournal of Chemical Physics 102, 6189–6193, 1995.
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.
Static and dynamic properties of a new lattice model of polypeptide chainsThe Journal of Chemical Physics 94, 3978, 1991.
Structural genomics and its importance for gene function analysisNature Biotechnology 18, 283–287, 2000.
A Topology Fingerprint Approach to the Inverse Protein Folding ProblemJournal of Molecular Biology 227, 227–238, 1992.
TOUCHSTONE: an ab initio protein structure prediction method that uses threading-based tertiary restraintsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 98, 10125–30, 2001.
TOUCHSTONE II: a new approach to ab initio protein structure predictionBiophysical Journal 85, 1145–64, 2003.
Unfolding of globular proteins: monte carlo dynamics of a realistic reduced modelBiophysical Journal 85, 3271–3278, 2003.
A unified approach to the prediction of protein structure and functionAdvances in Chemical Physics 120, 131–192, 2002.
A unified approach to the prediction of protein structure and functionComputational Methods for Protein Folding 120, , 2002.