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Timothy Dallman (Selection)

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4Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLOliver Redfern, Benoit H. Dessailly, Timothy Dallman, Ian Sillitoe, Christine A. Orengo: FLORA: A Novel Method to Predict Protein Function from Structure in Diverse Superfamilies. PLoS Computational Biology 5(8): (2009)
3Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLLesley H. Greene, Tony E. Lewis, Sarah Addou, Alison L. Cuff, Timothy Dallman, Mark Dibley, Oliver Redfern, Frances M. G. Pearl, Rekha Nambudiry, Adam James Reid, Ian Sillitoe, Corin Yeats, Janet M. Thornton, Christine A. Orengo: The CATH domain structure database: new protocols and classification levels give a more comprehensive resource for exploring evolution. Nucleic Acids Research 35(Database-Issue): 291-297 (2007)
2Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLOliver Redfern, Andrew P. Harrison, Timothy Dallman, Frances M. G. Pearl, Christine A. Orengo: CATHEDRAL: A Fast and Effective Algorithm to Predict Folds and Domain Boundaries from Multidomain Protein Structures. PLoS Computational Biology 3(11): (2007)
1Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLFrances M. G. Pearl, Annabel E. Todd, Ian Sillitoe, Mark Dibley, Oliver Redfern, Tony E. Lewis, Christopher Bennett, Russell L. Marsden, Alastair Grant, David Lee, Adrian Akpor, Michael Maibaum, Andrew P. Harrison, Timothy Dallman, Gabrielle A. Reeves, Ilhem Diboun, Sarah Addou, Stefano Lise, Caroline E. Johnston, Antonio Sillero, Janet M. Thornton, Christine A. Orengo: The CATH Domain Structure Database and related resources Gene3D and DHS provide comprehensive domain family information for genome analysis. Nucleic Acids Research 33(Database-Issue): 247-251 (2005)

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