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Theory and simulation - The control and timescale of structure and reactivity in biological systems: from peptide folding to cellular networks
Brooks, C.L.; Case, D.A.
Emerging ideas on the molecular basis of protein and peptide aggregation
Thirumalai, D.; Klimov, D.; Dima, R.
Minimalist models for protein folding and design
Head-Gordon, T.; Brown, S.
Peptide folding simulations
Gnanakaran, S.; Nymeyer, H.; Portman, J.; Sanbonmatsu, K.Y.; Garca, A.E.
New approaches to the dynamic interpretation and prediction of NMR relaxation data from proteins
Catalysis by enzyme conformational change as illustrated by orotidine 5'-monophosphate decarboxylase
Alm, E.; Arkin, A.P.
Macromolecular assemblages - many structures to function
Doudna Cate, J.H.; Erickson, H.P.
Structural insights into BRCA2 function
The chemistry of protein synthesis and voyage through the ribosomal tunnel
Jenni, S.; Ban, N.
Surprising cofactors in metalloenzymes
Drennan, C.L.; Peters, J.W.
Protein-protein unbinding induced by force: single-molecule studies
Weisel, J.W.; Shuman, H.; Litvinov, R.I.
Mapping functional residues onto integrin crystal structures
Humphries, M.J.; Symonds, E.J.; Mould, A.P.
Actin's prokaryotic homologs
Rad50/SMC proteins and ABC transporters: unifying concepts from high-resolution structures
Hopfner, K.; Tainer, J.A.
Tubulin rings: which way do they curve?
Nogales, E.; Wang, H.; Niederstrasser, H.
Eukaryotic transcriptional regulatory complexes: cooperativity from near and afar
Ogata, K.; Sato, K.; Tahirov, T.H.
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