Ricardo L. Mancera
Ricardo L. Mancera
Professor of Biophysical Chemistry and Computational Biophysics, Curtin University
Verified email at curtin.edu.au
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The structure of glycosaminoglycans and their interactions with proteins
NS Gandhi, RL Mancera
Chemical biology & drug design 72 (6), 455-482, 2008
8452008
New anti-tuberculosis drugs in clinical trials with novel mechanisms of action
EC Rivers, RL Mancera
Drug discovery today 13 (23-24), 1090-1098, 2008
1732008
Ligand− protein docking with water molecules
BC Roberts, RL Mancera
Journal of chemical information and modeling 48 (2), 397-408, 2008
1362008
WaterScore: a novel method for distinguishing between bound and displaceable water molecules in the crystal structure of the binding site of protein-ligand complexes
AT García-Sosa, RL Mancera, PM Dean
Journal of molecular modeling 9 (3), 172-182, 2003
1342003
Heparin/heparan sulphate-based drugs
NS Gandhi, RL Mancera
Drug Discovery Today 15 (23-24), 1058-1069, 2010
952010
Ligand− protein cross-docking with water molecules
R Thilagavathi, RL Mancera
Journal of chemical information and modeling 50 (3), 415-421, 2010
872010
Molecular modeling of hydration in drug design.
RL Mancera
Current opinion in drug discovery & development 10 (3), 275, 2007
772007
Current issues in plant cryopreservation
A Kaczmarczyk, B Funnekotter, A Menon, PY Phang, A Al-Hanbali, ...
Current frontiers in cryobiology, 417-438, 2012
762012
Molecular dynamics simulation of dilute aqueous DMSO solutions. A temperature-dependence study of the hydrophobic and hydrophilic behaviour around DMSO
RL Mancera, M Chalaris, K Refson, J Samios
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 6 (1), 94-102, 2004
732004
Prediction of heparin binding sites in bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs)
NS Gandhi, RL Mancera
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Proteins and Proteomics 1824 (12), 1374-1381, 2012
712012
Expanded interaction fingerprint method for analyzing ligand binding modes in docking and structure-based drug design
MD Kelly, RL Mancera
Journal of chemical information and computer sciences 44 (6), 1942-1951, 2004
682004
Molecular properties of and temperature effects on the hydrophobic hydration of ethane
RL Mancera, AD Buckingham
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 (40), 14632-14640, 1995
661995
Computer simulation of the structural effect of pressure on the hydrophobic hydration of methane
PL Chau, RL Mancera
Molecular Physics 96 (1), 109-122, 1999
641999
New anti-tuberculosis drugs with novel mechanisms of action
EC Rivers, RL Mancera
Current medicinal chemistry 15 (19), 1956-1967, 2008
632008
A molecular mechanism of solvent cryoprotection in aqueous DMSO solutions
JB Mandumpal, CA Kreck, RL Mancera
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (9), 3839-3842, 2011
602011
Computational analyses of the catalytic and heparin-binding sites and their interactions with glycosaminoglycans in glycoside hydrolase family 79 endo-β-D-glucuronidase …
NS Gandhi, C Freeman, CR Parish, RL Mancera
Glycobiology 22 (1), 35-55, 2012
572012
Including tightly-bound water molecules in de novo drug design. Exemplification through the in silico generation of poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase ligands
AT García-Sosa, S Firth-Clark, RL Mancera
Journal of chemical information and modeling 45 (3), 624-633, 2005
562005
Including tightly-bound water molecules in de novo drug design. Exemplification through the in silico generation of poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase ligands
AT García-Sosa, S Firth-Clark, RL Mancera
Journal of chemical information and modeling 45 (3), 624-633, 2005
562005
Novel structural features of CDK inhibition revealed by an ab initio computational method combined with dynamic simulations
L Heady, M Fernandez-Serra, RL Mancera, S Joyce, AR Venkitaraman, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 49 (17), 5141-5153, 2006
542006
Cryopreservation of threatened native Australian species—what have we learned and where to from here?
A Kaczmarczyk, SR Turner, E Bunn, RL Mancera, KW Dixon
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant 47 (1), 17-25, 2011
532011
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