Structure-Based Statistical Mechanical ModelGuarnera, E. & Berezovsky, I. N. Structure-Based Statistical Mechanical Model Accounts for the Causality and Energetics of Allosteric Communication. PLoS Comput Biol 12, e1004678 (2016).
Allosteric mutationKurochkin, I. V., Guarnera, E., Wong, J. H., Eisenhaber, F. & Berezovsky, I. N. Toward Allosterically Increased Catalytic Activity of Insulin-Degrading Enzyme against Amyloid Peptides. Biochemistry 56, 228–239 (2017).
Identifying, inducing and tuning targeted allosteric responseTee, W. V., Guarnera, E. & Berezovsky, I. N. Reversing allosteric communication: from detecting allosteric sites to inducing and tuning targeted allosteric response. PLoS Comput Biol 14, e1006228 (2018).
Web-server for allosteric and mutation analysisGuarnera, E., Tan, Z. W., Zheng, Z. & Berezovsky, I. N. AlloSigMA: allosteric signaling and mutation analysis server. Bioinformatics 33, 3996–3998 (2017).
Allosteric Modulation and Allosteric Signaling MapsGuarnera, E. & Berezovsky, I. N. Towards comprehensive allosteric control over protein activity. Submitted (2018). bioRxiv 384198; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/384198
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