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Brooks B.R, Brooks III C.L, Mackerell A.D, Nilsson L., Petrella R.J, Roux B., Won Y., Archontis G., Bartels C., Boresch S. et al..  2009.  CHARMM: The biomolecular simulation program. Journal of Computational Chemistry. 30(10):1545-1614.
Exner V., Aichinger E., Shu H., Wildhaber T., Alfarano P., Caflisch A., Gruissem W., Köhler C., Hennig L..  2009.  The chromodomain of LIKE HETEROCHROMATIN PROTEIN 1 is essential for H3K27me3 binding and function during Arabidopsis development. PLoS One. 4(4):e5335.
Ekonomiuk D., Su X.-C., Ozawa K., Bodenreider C., Lim S.P, Yin Z., Keller T.H, Beer D., Patel V., Otting G. et al..  2009.  Discovery of a non-peptidic inhibitor of west nile virus NS3 protease by high-throughput docking. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 3(1):e356.
Muff S., Caflisch A..  2009.  ETNA: Equilibrium transitions network and Arrhenius equation for extracting folding kinetics from REMD simulations. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 113(10):3218-3226.
Guarnera E., Pellarin R., Caflisch A..  2009.  How does a simplified-sequence protein fold? Biophys J. 97(6):1737-1746.
Muff S., Caflisch A..  2009.  Identification of the protein folding transition state from molecular dynamics trajectories. Journal of Chemical Physics. 130(12):125104.
Lafleur K., Huang D., Zhou T., Caflisch A., Nevado C..  2009.  Structure-based optimization of potent and selective inhibitors of the tyrosine kinase erythropoietin producing human hepatocellular carcinoma receptor B4 (EphB4). Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 52(20):6433-6446.