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Fu B., Sahakyan A.B, Camilloni C., Tartaglia G.G, Paci E., Caflisch A., Vendruscolo M., Cavalli A..  2014.  ALMOST: An all atom molecular simulation toolkit for protein structure determination. Journal of Computational Chemistry. 35(14):1101-1105.
Zhao H., Gartenmann L., Dong J., Spiliotopoulos D., Caflisch A..  2014.  Discovery of BRD4 bromodomain inhibitors by fragment-based high-throughput docking. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 24(11):2493-2496.
Zhao H., Caflisch A..  2014.  Discovery of dual ZAP70 and Syk kinases inhibitors by docking into a rare C-helix-out conformation of Syk. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 24(6):1523-1527.
Vitalis A., Caflisch A..  2014.  Equilibrium sampling approach to the interpretation of electron density maps. Structure. 22(1):156-167.
Pochorovski I., Knehans T., Nettels D., Müller A.M, Schweizer W.B, Caflisch A., Schuler B., Diederich F..  2014.  Experimental and computational study of BODIPY dye-labeled cavitand dynamics. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 136(6):2441-2449.
Pevzner Y., Frugier E., Schalk V., Caflisch A., Woodcock H.L.  2014.  Fragment-based docking: Development of the CHARMMing Web user interface as a platform for computer-aided drug design. Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling. 54(9):2612-2620.
Blöchliger N., Vitalis A., Caflisch A..  2014.  High-resolution visualisation of the states and pathways sampled in molecular dynamics simulations. Scientific Reports. 4:6264.
Spiliotopoulos D., Caflisch A..  2014.  Molecular dynamics simulations of bromodomains reveal binding-site flexibility and multiple binding modes of the natural ligand acetyl-lysine. Israel Journal of Chemistry. 54(8-9):1084–1092.
Novinec M., Korenč M., Caflisch A., Ranganathan R., Lenarčič B., Baici A..  2014.  A novel allosteric mechanism in the cysteine peptidase cathepsin K discovered by computational methods. Nature Communications. 5:3287.
Unzue A., Dong J., Lafleur K., Zhao H., Frugier E., Caflisch A., Nevado C..  2014.  Pyrrolo[3,2-b]quinoxaline derivatives as types I1/2 and II Eph tyrosine kinase inhibitors: Structure-based design, synthesis, and in vivo validation. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 57(15):6834-6844.
Zhou T., Georgeon S., Moser R., Moore D.J, Caflisch A., Hantschel O..  2014.  Specificity and mechanism-of-action of the JAK2 tyrosine kinase inhibitors ruxolitinib and SAR302503 (TG101348). Leukemia. 28(2):404-407.
Watson R.P, Christen M.T, Ewald C., Bumbak F., Reichen C., Mihajlovic M., Schmidt E., Güntert P., Caflisch A., Plückthun A. et al..  2014.  Spontaneous self-assembly of engineered armadillo repeat protein fragments into a folded structure. Structure. 22(7):985-995.
Huang D., Rossini E., Steiner S., Caflisch A..  2014.  Structured water molecules in the binding site of bromodomains can be displaced by cosolvent. ChemMedChem. 9(3):573-579.
Friedman R., Caflisch A..  2014.  Wild type and mutants of the HET-s(218-289) prion show different flexibility at fibrillar ends: A simulation study. Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics. 82(3):399-404.
Attanasio F., Convertino M., Magno A., Caflisch A., Corazza A., Haridas H., Esposito G., Cataldo S., Pignataro B., Milardi D. et al..  2013.  Carnosine inhibits Aβ42 aggregation by perturbing the H-bond network in and around the central hydrophobic cluster. ChemBioChem. 14(5):583-592.
Zhao H., Caflisch A..  2013.  Discovery of ZAP70 inhibitors by high-throughput docking into a conformation of its kinase domain generated by molecular dynamics. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 23(20):5721-5726.
Steiner S., Magno A., Huang D., Caflisch A..  2013.  Does bromodomain flexibility influence histone recognition? FEBS Letters. 587(14):2158-2163.
Buchli B., Waldauer S.A, Walser R., Donten M.L, Pfister R., Blöchliger N., Steiner S., Caflisch A., Zerbe O., Hamm P..  2013.  Kinetic response of a photoperturbed allosteric protein. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110(29):11725-11730.
Rosenthal F., Feijs K.LH, Frugier E., Bonalli M., Forst A.H, Imhof R., Winkler H.C, Fischer D., Caflisch A., Hassa P.O et al..  2013.  Macrodomain-containing proteins are new mono-ADP-ribosylhydrolases. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 20(4):502-507.
Magno A., Steiner S., Caflisch A..  2013.  Mechanism and kinetics of acetyl-lysine binding to bromodomains. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. 9(9):4225-4232.
Scherzer-Attali R., Convertino M., Pellarin R., Gazit E., Segal D., Caflisch A..  2013.  Methylations of tryptophan-modified naphthoquinone affect its inhibitory potential toward Aβ aggregation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 117(6):1780-1789.
Kalgin I.V, Caflisch A., Chekmarev S.F, Karplus M..  2013.  New insights into the folding of a β-sheet miniprotein in a reduced space of collective hydrogen bond variables: Application to a hydrodynamic analysis of the folding flow. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 117(20):6092-6105.
Lafleur K., Dong J., Huang D., Caflisch A., Nevado C..  2013.  Optimization of inhibitors of the tyrosine kinase EphB4. 2. Cellular potency improvement and binding mode validation by X-ray crystallography. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 56(1):84-96.
Blöchliger N., Vitalis A., Caflisch A..  2013.  A scalable algorithm to order and annotate continuous observations reveals the metastable states visited by dynamical systems. Computer Physics Communications. 184(11):2446-2453.