Jeong-Mo Choi
Jeong-Mo Choi
Assistant Professor, Pusan National University
Verified email at pusan.ac.kr - Homepage
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A molecular grammar governing the driving forces for phase separation of prion-like RNA binding proteins
J Wang, JM Choi, AS Holehouse, HO Lee, X Zhang, M Jahnel, ...
Cell 174 (3), 688-699. e16, 2018
4292018
Physical principles underlying the complex biology of intracellular phase transitions
JM Choi, AS Holehouse, RV Pappu
Annual Review of Biophysics 49, 107-133, 2020
702020
LASSI: A lattice model for simulating phase transitions of multivalent proteins
JM Choi, F Dar, RV Pappu
PLOS Computational Biology 15 (10), e1007028, 2019
602019
Universal correction of density functional theory to include London dispersion (up to Lr, element 103)
H Kim, JM Choi, WA Goddard III
The journal of physical chemistry letters 3 (3), 360-363, 2012
552012
Protein homeostasis imposes a barrier on functional integration of horizontally transferred genes in bacteria
S Bershtein, AWR Serohijos, S Bhattacharyya, M Manhart, JM Choi, W Mu, ...
PLoS Genet 11 (10), e1005612, 2015
542015
Influenza A H1N1 pandemic strain evolution–divergence and the potential for antigenic drift variants
EY Klein, AWR Serohijos, JM Choi, EI Shakhnovich, A Pekosz
PloS one 9 (4), e93632, 2014
372014
State-selective predissociation dynamics of methylamines: The vibronic and effects on the conical intersection dynamics
DS Ahn, J Lee, JM Choi, KS Lee, SJ Baek, K Lee, KK Baeck, SK Kim
The Journal of chemical physics 128 (22), 224305, 2008
362008
Measuring NDC80 binding reveals the molecular basis of tension-dependent kinetochore-microtubule attachments
TY Yoo, JM Choi, W Conway, CH Yu, RV Pappu, DJ Needleman
Elife 7, e36392, 2018
332018
Systems-level response to point mutations in a core metabolic enzyme modulates genotype-phenotype relationship
S Bershtein, JM Choi, S Bhattacharyya, B Budnik, E Shakhnovich
Cell reports 11 (4), 645-656, 2015
282015
The role of evolutionary selection in the dynamics of protein structure evolution
AI Gilson, A Marshall-Christensen, JM Choi, EI Shakhnovich
Biophysical journal 112 (7), 1350-1365, 2017
212017
Improvements to the ABSINTH force field for proteins based on experimentally derived amino acid specific backbone conformational statistics
JM Choi, RV Pappu
Journal of chemical theory and computation 15 (2), 1367-1382, 2019
182019
Evolution of specificity in protein-protein interactions
O Peleg, JM Choi, EI Shakhnovich
Biophysical journal 107 (7), 1686-1696, 2014
162014
Evolutionary dynamics of viral escape under antibodies stress: A biophysical model
N Chéron, AWR Serohijos, JM Choi, EI Shakhnovich
Protein Science 25 (7), 1332-1340, 2016
132016
Covalently-assembled single-chain protein nanostructures with ultra-high stability
W Bai, CJ Sargent, JM Choi, RV Pappu, F Zhang
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
102019
Evolution on the biophysical fitness landscape of an RNA virus
A Rotem, AWR Serohijos, CB Chang, JT Wolfe, AE Fischer, TS Mehoke, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 35 (10), 2390-2400, 2018
9*2018
Stability of the influenza virus hemagglutinin protein correlates with evolutionary dynamics
EY Klein, D Blumenkrantz, A Serohijos, E Shakhnovich, JM Choi, ...
Msphere 3 (1), 2018
92018
Minimalistic predictor of protein binding energy: contribution of solvation factor to protein binding
JM Choi, AWR Serohijos, S Murphy, D Lucarelli, LL Lofranco, A Feldman, ...
Biophysical journal 108 (4), 795-798, 2015
92015
Graph’s topology and free energy of a spin model on the graph
JM Choi, AI Gilson, EI Shakhnovich
Physical review letters 118 (8), 088302, 2017
82017
Generalized models for bond percolation transitions of associative polymers
JM Choi, AA Hyman, RV Pappu
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.03278, 2020
52020
Acetylation of surface lysine groups of a protein alters the organization and composition of its crystal contacts
K Kang, JM Choi, JM Fox, PW Snyder, DT Moustakas, GM Whitesides
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (27), 6461-6468, 2016
52016
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