Sebastian Kmiecik
Sebastian Kmiecik
Laboratory of Computational Biology, Biological and Chemical Research Centre, University of Warsaw
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Coarse-Grained Protein Models and Their Applications
S Kmiecik, D Gront, M Kolinski, L Wieteska, AE Dawid, A Kolinski
Chemical Reviews 116 (14), 7898-7936, 2016
CABS-dock web server for the flexible docking of peptides to proteins without prior knowledge of the binding site
M Kurcinski, M Jamroz, M Blaszczyk, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Nucleic acids research 43 (W1), W419-W424, 2015
CABS-flex 2.0: a web server for fast simulations of flexibility of protein structures
A Kuriata, AM Gierut, T Oleniecki, MP Ciemny, A Kolinski, M Kurcinski, ...
Nucleic acids research 46 (W1), W338-W343, 2018
Protein–peptide docking: opportunities and challenges
M Ciemny, M Kurcinski, K Kamel, A Kolinski, N Alam, O Schueler-Furman, ...
Drug discovery today 23 (8), 1530-1537, 2018
AGGRESCAN3D (A3D): server for prediction of aggregation properties of protein structures
R Zambrano, M Jamroz, A Szczasiuk, J Pujols, S Kmiecik, S Ventura
Nucleic acids research 43 (W1), W306-W313, 2015
Modeling of protein–peptide interactions using the CABS-dock web server for binding site search and flexible docking
M Blaszczyk, M Kurcinski, M Kouza, L Wieteska, A Debinski, A Kolinski, ...
Methods 93, 72-83, 2016
CABS-flex: server for fast simulation of protein structure fluctuations
M Jamroz, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Nucleic acids research, W427-W431, 2013
Backbone building from quadrilaterals: a fast and accurate algorithm for protein backbone reconstruction from alpha carbon coordinates
D Gront, S Kmiecik, A Kolinski
Journal of computational chemistry 28 (9), 1593-1597, 2007
Folding pathway of the B1 domain of protein G explored by multiscale modeling
S Kmiecik, A Kolinski
Biophysical journal 94 (3), 726-736, 2008
Characterization of protein-folding pathways by reduced-space modeling
S Kmiecik, A Kolinski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (30), 12330-12335, 2007
Aggrescan3D (A3D) 2.0: prediction and engineering of protein solubility
A Kuriata, V Iglesias, J Pujols, M Kurcinski, S Kmiecik, S Ventura
Nucleic acids research 47 (W1), W300–W307, 2019
CABS-fold: server for the de novo and consensus-based prediction of protein structure
M Blaszczyk, M Jamroz, S Kmiecik, A Kolinski
Nucleic acids research 41 (W1), W406-W411, 2013
Consistent view of protein fluctuations from all-atom molecular dynamics and coarse-grained dynamics with knowledge-based force-field
M Jamroz, M Orozco, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 9 (1), 119-125, 2013
CABS-flex predictions of protein flexibility compared with NMR ensembles
M Jamroz, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Bioinformatics 30 (15), 2150-2154, 2014
CABS-flex standalone: a simulation environment for fast modeling of protein flexibility
M Kurcinski, T Oleniecki, MP Ciemny, A Kuriata, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Bioinformatics 35 (4), 694-695, 2019
Towards the high-resolution protein structure prediction. Fast refinement of reduced models with all-atom force field
S Kmiecik, D Gront, A Kolinski
BMC structural biology 7, 1-11, 2007
Modeling of protein structural flexibility and large-scale dynamics: Coarse-grained simulations and elastic network models
S Kmiecik, M Kouza, AE Badaczewska-Dawid, A Kloczkowski, A Kolinski
International journal of molecular sciences 19 (11), 3496, 2018
Flexible docking of peptides to proteins using CABS‐dock
M Kurcinski, A Badaczewska‐Dawid, M Kolinski, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Protein Science 29 (1), 211-222, 2020
CABS-dock standalone: a toolbox for flexible protein–peptide docking
M Kurcinski, M Pawel Ciemny, T Oleniecki, A Kuriata, ...
Bioinformatics 35 (20), 4170–4172, 2019
Computational reconstruction of atomistic protein structures from coarse-grained models
AE Badaczewska-Dawid, A Kolinski, S Kmiecik
Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal 18, 162-176, 2020
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