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This page provides data on how frequently MolMovDB-related work by the Gerstein lab has been cited in the literature. Note that it was last updated in Jan 2012.

Paper Title & LinkYear PublishedNo. Times Cited (as of 6/2011)
Integration of protein motions with molecular networks reveals different mechanisms for permanent and transient interactions20111
3V: cavity, channel and cleft volume calculator and extractor20109
RigidFinder: a fast and sensitive method to detect rigid blocks in large macromolecular complexes20102
Relating protein conformational changes to packing efficiency and disorder20092
StoneHinge: hinge prediction by network analysis of individual protein structures200911
HingeMaster: normal mode hinge prediction approach and integration of complementary predictors200818
FlexOracle: predicting flexible hinges by identification of stable domains200721
Hinge Atlas: relating protein sequence to sites of structural flexibility200716
The Database of Macromolecular Motions: new features added at the decade mark200693
Helix Interaction Tool (HIT): a web-based tool for analysis of helix-helix interactions in proteins20069
The geometry of the ribosomal polypeptide exit tunnel2006113
Normal modes for predicting protein motions: a comprehensive database assessment and associated Web tool200581
Calculation of standard atomic volumes for RNA and comparison with proteins: RNA is packed more tightly200553
Conformational changes associated with protein-protein interactions2004138
Exploring the range of protein flexibility, from a structural proteomics perspective200457
Using 3D Hidden Markov Models that explicitly represent spatial coordinates to model and compare protein structures200431
Tools and databases to analyze protein flexibility; approaches to mapping implied features onto sequences200311
MolMovDB: analysis and visualization of conformational change and structural flexibility2003131
Normal mode analysis of macromolecular motions in a database framework: developing mode concentration as a useful classifying statistic2002158
Calculations of protein volumes: sensitivity analysis and parameter database200242
Determining the minimum number of types necessary to represent the sizes of protein atoms200118
Protein Geometry: Distances, Areas, and Volumes200110
The morph server: a standardized system for analyzing and visualizing macromolecular motions in a database framework2000131
The packing density in proteins: standard radii and volumes1999313
Perspectives: signal transduction. Proteins in motion199916
A database of macromolecular motions1998246
Packing at the protein-water interface1996159
Structural mechanisms for domain movements in proteins1994578
Volume changes on protein folding1994346
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