Keren Raz
Keren Raz
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Benchmarking the ability of common docking programs to correctly reproduce and score binding modes in SARS-CoV-2 protease Mpro
S Zev, K Raz, R Schwartz, R Tarabeh, PK Gupta, DT Major
Journal of chemical information and modeling 61 (6), 2957-2966, 2021
Enzymatic control of product distribution in terpene synthases: insights from multiscale simulations
K Raz, S Levi, PK Gupta, DT Major
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 65, 248-258, 2020
Enzydock: Protein–ligand docking of multiple reactive states along a reaction coordinate in enzymes
S Das, M Shimshi, K Raz, N Nitoker Eliaz, AR Mhashal, T Ansbacher, ...
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 15 (9), 5116-5134, 2019
Current understanding and biotechnological application of the bacterial diterpene synthase CotB2
R Driller, D Garbe, N Mehlmer, M Fuchs, K Raz, DT Major, T Brück, B Loll
Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 15 (1), 2355-2368, 2019
Adsorption of Li2O2, Na2O2, and NaO2 on TiC(111) Surface for Metal–Air Rechargeable Batteries: A Theoretical Study
K Raz, P Tereshchuk, D Golodnitsky, A Natan
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (29), 16473-16480, 2018
The impression of a nonexisting catalytic effect: the role of CotB2 in guiding the complex biosynthesis of cyclooctat-9-en-7-ol
K Raz, R Driller, N Dimos, M Ringel, T Brück, B Loll, DT Major
Journal of the American Chemical Society 142 (51), 21562-21574, 2020
Understanding the role of active site residues in CotB2 catalysis using a cluster model
K Raz, R Driller, T Brück, B Loll, DT Major
Beilstein journal of organic chemistry 16 (1), 50-59, 2020
Theoretical Investigation of Li and Na Oxides Adsorption on TiC (111) Surface for Metal-Air Rechargeable Batteries
K Raz, P Tereshchuk, D Golodnitsky, A Natan
arXiv preprint arXiv:1710.09463, 2017
Understanding the Role of Active Site Residues in CotB2 Catalysis Using a Cluster Model
K Raz, R Driller, T Brück, B Loll, DT Major
Beilstein Archives 2019 (1), 108, 2019
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