Andrzej Kolinski
Andrzej Kolinski
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AAindex: amino acid index database, progress report 2008
S Kawashima, P Pokarowski, M Pokarowska, A Kolinski, T Katayama, ...
Nucleic acids research 36 (suppl_1), D202-D205, 2007
Coarse-grained protein models and their applications
S Kmiecik, D Gront, M Kolinski, L Wieteska, AE Dawid, A Kolinski
Chemical reviews 116 (14), 7898-7936, 2016
Topology fingerprint approach to the inverse protein folding problem
A Godzik, A Kolinski, J Skolnick
Journal of molecular biology 227 (1), 227-238, 1992
Monte Carlo simulations of protein folding. I. Lattice model and interaction scheme
A Kolinski, J Skolnick
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 18 (4), 338-352, 1994
Simulations of the folding of a globular protein
J Skolnick, A Kolinski
Science 250 (4984), 1121-1125, 1990
Protein modeling and structure prediction with a reduced representation
A Koliński
Acta Biochimica Polonica 51, 2004
TOUCHSTONE II: a new approach to ab initio protein structure prediction
Y Zhang, A Kolinski, J Skolnick
Biophysical journal 85 (2), 1145-1164, 2003
MONSSTER: a method for folding globular proteins with a small number of distance restraints
J Skolnick, A Kolinski, AR Ortiz
Journal of molecular biology 265 (2), 217-241, 1997
Structural genomics and its importance for gene function analysis
J Skolnick, JS Fetrow, A Kolinski
Nature biotechnology 18 (3), 283-287, 2000
CABS-dock web server for the flexible docking of peptides to proteins without prior knowledge of the binding site
M Kurcinski, M Jamroz, M Blaszczyk, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Nucleic acids research 43 (W1), W419-W424, 2015
Derivation and testing of pair potentials for protein folding. When is the quasichemical approximation correct?
J Skolnick, A Godzik, L Jaroszewski, A Kolinski
Protein science 6 (3), 676-688, 1997
Dynamic Monte Carlo simulations of a new lattice model of globular protein folding, structure and dynamics
J Skolnick, A Kolinski
Journal of molecular biology 221 (2), 499-531, 1991
Reduced models of proteins and their applications
A Kolinski, J Skolnick
Polymer 45 (2), 511-524, 2004
A general method for the prediction of the three dimensional structure and folding pathway of globular proteins: application to designed helical proteins
A Kolinski, A Godzik, J Skolnick
The Journal of chemical physics 98 (9), 7420-7433, 1993
Assessing energy functions for flexible docking
M Vieth, JD Hirst, A Kolinski, CL Brooks III
Journal of Computational Chemistry 19 (14), 1612-1622, 1998
Ab initio folding of proteins using restraints derived from evolutionary information
AR Ortiz, A Kolinski, P Rotkiewicz, B Ilkowski, J Skolnick
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 37 (S3), 177-185, 1999
TOUCHSTONE: an ab initio protein structure prediction method that uses threading-based tertiary restraints
D Kihara, H Lu, A Kolinski, J Skolnick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (18), 10125-10130, 2001
Monte Carlo simulations of protein folding. II. Application to protein A, ROP, and crambin
A Kolinski, J Skolnick
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 18 (4), 353-366, 1994
Are proteins ideal mixtures of amino acids? Analysis of energy parameter sets
A Godzik, J Skolnick, A Koliński
Protein Science 4 (10), 2107-2117, 1995
Does reptation describe the dynamics of entangled, finite length polymer systems? A model simulation
A Kolinski, J Skolnick, R Yaris
The Journal of chemical physics 86 (3), 1567-1585, 1987
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