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A simple shape characteristic of protein–protein recognition

A simple shape characteristic of protein–protein recognition

Higher-order assemblies of BAR domain proteins for shaping membranes

Moment invariants as shape recognition technique for comparing protein binding sites

DSP: a protein shape string and its profile prediction server

Effect of local shape modifications of molecular surfaces on rigid-body protein–protein docking

Shape complementarity and hydrogen bond preferences in protein–protein interfaces: implications for antibody modeling and protein–protein docking

Dissecting the protein–RNA interface: the role of protein surface shapes and RNA secondary structures in protein–RNA recognition

Glucan-binding proteins are essential for shaping Streptococcus mutans biofilm architecture

Alpha shape and Delaunay triangulation in studies of protein-related interactions

A discriminatory function for prediction of protein–DNA interactions based on alpha shape modeling

Fourier-filtered van der Waals contact surfaces: accurate ligand shapes from protein structures.

Contribution of Selection for Protein Folding Stability in Shaping the Patterns of Polymorphisms in Coding Regions

Podoplanin, a novel 43-kDa membrane protein, controls the shape of podocytes.

Function of nuclear membrane proteins in shaping the nuclear envelope integrity during closed mitosis

Loss of O-antigen increases cell shape abnormalities in penicillin-binding protein mutants of Escherichia coli

Real spherical harmonic expansion coefficients as 3D shape descriptors for protein binding pocket and ligand comparisons

eF-seek: prediction of the functional sites of proteins by searching for similar electrostatic potential and molecular surface shape

 

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