Ozlem Keskin
Ozlem Keskin
Prof of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Koc University, Istanbul Turkey
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Anisotropy of fluctuation dynamics of proteins with an elastic network model
AR Atilgan, SR Durell, RL Jernigan, MC Demirel, O Keskin, I Bahar
Biophysical journal 80 (1), 505-515, 2001
Principles of protein− protein interactions: what are the preferred ways for proteins to interact?
O Keskin, A Gursoy, B Ma, R Nussinov
Chemical reviews 108 (4), 1225-1244, 2008
Hot regions in protein–protein interactions: the organization and contribution of structurally conserved hot spot residues
O Keskin, B Ma, R Nussinov
Journal of molecular biology 345 (5), 1281-1294, 2005
Predicting protein–protein interactions from the molecular to the proteome level
O Keskin, N Tuncbag, A Gursoy
Chemical reviews 116 (8), 4884-4909, 2016
Transient protein–protein interactions
SE Acuner Ozbabacan, HB Engin, A Gursoy, O Keskin
Protein engineering, design and selection 24 (9), 635-648, 2011
Predicting protein-protein interactions on a proteome scale by matching evolutionary and structural similarities at interfaces using PRISM
N Tuncbag, A Gursoy, R Nussinov, O Keskin
Nature protocols 6 (9), 1341-1354, 2011
Identification of computational hot spots in protein interfaces: combining solvent accessibility and inter-residue potentials improves the accuracy
N Tuncbag, A Gursoy, O Keskin
Bioinformatics 25 (12), 1513-1520, 2009
Ras conformational ensembles, allostery, and signaling
S Lu, H Jang, S Muratcioglu, A Gursoy, O Keskin, R Nussinov, J Zhang
Chemical reviews 116 (11), 6607-6665, 2016
Human cancer protein-protein interaction network: a structural perspective
G Kar, A Gursoy, O Keskin
PLoS computational biology 5 (12), e1000601, 2009
A new, structurally nonredundant, diverse data set of protein–protein interfaces and its implications
O Keskin, CJ Tsai, H Wolfson, R Nussinov
Protein Science 13 (4), 1043-1055, 2004
Prediction of protein–protein interactions by combining structure and sequence conservation in protein interfaces
AS Aytuna, A Gursoy, O Keskin
Bioinformatics 21 (12), 2850-2855, 2005
PRISM: protein interactions by structural matching
U Ogmen, O Keskin, AS Aytuna, R Nussinov, A Gursoy
Nucleic acids research 33 (suppl_2), W331-W336, 2005
Protein–protein interactions: hot spots and structurally conserved residues often locate in complemented pockets that pre-organized in the unbound states: implications for docking
X Li, O Keskin, B Ma, R Nussinov, J Liang
Journal of molecular biology 344 (3), 781-795, 2004
HotPoint: hot spot prediction server for protein interfaces
N Tuncbag, O Keskin, A Gursoy
Nucleic acids research 38 (suppl_2), W402-W406, 2010
Allostery and population shift in drug discovery
G Kar, O Keskin, A Gursoy, R Nussinov
Current opinion in pharmacology 10 (6), 715-722, 2010
GTP-dependent K-Ras dimerization
S Muratcioglu, TS Chavan, BC Freed, H Jang, L Khavrutskii, RN Freed, ...
Structure 23 (7), 1325-1335, 2015
Proteins with similar architecture exhibit similar large-scale dynamic behavior
O Keskin, RL Jernigan, I Bahar
Biophysical Journal 78 (4), 2093-2106, 2000
A survey of available tools and web servers for analysis of protein–protein interactions and interfaces
N Tuncbag, G Kar, O Keskin, A Gursoy, R Nussinov
Briefings in bioinformatics 10 (3), 217-232, 2009
PRISM: a web server and repository for prediction of protein–protein interactions and modeling their 3D complexes
A Baspinar, E Cukuroglu, R Nussinov, O Keskin, A Gursoy
Nucleic acids research 42 (W1), W285-W289, 2014
Molecular mechanisms of chaperonin GroEL− GroES function
O Keskin, I Bahar, D Flatow, DG Covell, RL Jernigan
Biochemistry 41 (2), 491-501, 2002
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