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- Allan J. R. Ferrari, Fábio C. Gozzo, Leandro Martínez:
Statistical force-field for structural modeling using chemical cross-linking/mass spectrometry distance constraints. Bioinform. 35(17): 3005-3012 (2019)
- Aljaz Gaber, Gregor Guncar, Miha Pavsic:
Proper evaluation of chemical cross-linking-based spatial restraints improves the precision of modeling homo-oligomeric protein complexes. BMC Bioinform. 20(1): 464:1-464:12 (2019)
- Ricardo N. dos Santos, Allan J. R. Ferrari, Hugo C. R. de Jesus, Fábio C. Gozzo, Faruck Morcos, Leandro Martínez:
Enhancing protein fold determination by exploring the complementary information of chemical cross-linking and coevolutionary signals. Bioinform. 34(13): 2201-2208 (2018)
- Islam Akef Ebeid, Carolina Cruz-Neira, Mihir Jaiswal, Boris Zybaylov:
Protein Chemical Cross-linking/Mass Spectrometry: From raw data to fully immersive visualizations. Computational Imaging 2016: 1-7
- Mihir Jaiswal, Nathaniel Crabtree, Michael A. Bauer, Roger A. Hall, Kevin D. Raney, Boris L. Zybailov:
XLPM: efficient algorithm for the analysis of protein-protein contacts using chemical cross-linking mass spectrometry. BMC Bioinform. 15(S-11): S16 (2014)
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