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Abhinav Verma
Abhinav Verma
Research Associate, KIT, Karlsruhe
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uw.edu
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The Problem in Power Grids: New Models, Formulations, and Numerical Experiments
D Bienstock, A Verma
SIAM Journal on Optimization 20 (5), 2352-2380, 2010
2072010
Basin hopping simulations for all-atom protein folding
A Verma, A Schug, KH Lee, W Wenzel
The Journal of chemical physics 124 (4), 044515, 2006
962006
Interaction networks in protein folding via atomic-resolution experiments and long-time-scale molecular dynamics simulations
L Sborgi, A Verma, S Piana, K Lindorff-Larsen, M Cerminara, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (20), 6506-6516, 2015
812015
Modulation of a pre-existing conformational equilibrium tunes adenylate kinase activity
J Ådén, A Verma, A Schug, M Wolf-Watz
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (40), 16562-16570, 2012
532012
Comparison of Stochastic Optimization Methods for All‐Atom Folding of the Trp‐Cage Protein
A Schug, T Herges, A Verma, KH Lee, W Wenzel
ChemPhysChem 6 (12), 2640-2646, 2005
492005
Differences between cotranscriptional and free riboswitch folding
B Lutz, M Faber, A Verma, S Klumpp, A Schug
Nucleic Acids Research 42 (4), 2687-2696, 2014
452014
Mirror images as naturally competing conformations in protein folding
JK Noel, A Schug, A Verma, W Wenzel, AE Garcia, JN Onuchic
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116 (23), 6880-6888, 2012
422012
eSBMTools 1.0: enhanced native structure-based modeling tools
B Lutz, C Sinner, G Heuermann, A Verma, A Schug
Bioinformatics 29 (21), 2795-2796, 2013
362013
A free-energy approach for all-atom protein simulation
A Verma, W Wenzel
Biophysical journal 96 (9), 3483-3494, 2009
332009
Protein structure prediction by all-atom free-energy refinement
A Verma, W Wenzel
BMC structural biology 7 (1), 1-15, 2007
292007
Investigation of the parallel tempering method for protein folding
A Schug, T Herges, A Verma, W Wenzel
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 17 (18), S1641, 2005
282005
Revisiting the NMR structure of the ultrafast downhill folding protein gpW from bacteriophage λ
L Sborgi, A Verma, V Muñoz, E de Alba
PLoS One 6 (11), e26409, 2011
232011
All‐atom de novo protein folding with a scalable evolutionary algorithm
A Verma, SM Gopal, JS Oh, KH Lee, W Wenzel
Journal of computational chemistry 28 (16), 2552-2558, 2007
152007
Predictive and reproducible de novo all-atom folding of a β-hairpin loop in an improved free-energy forcefield
A Verma, W Wenzel
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 19 (28), 285213, 2007
132007
Biomolecular structure prediction stochastic optimization methods
A Schug, B Fischer, A Verma, H Merlitz, W Wenzel, G Schoen
Advanced Engineering Materials 7 (11), 1005-1009, 2005
132005
Revealing the global map of protein folding space by large-scale simulations
C Sinner, B Lutz, A Verma, A Schug
The Journal of Chemical Physics 143 (24), 243154, 2015
102015
Simulating Biomolecular Folding and Function by Native‐Structure‐Based/Go‐Type Models
C Sinner, B Lutz, S John, I Reinartz, A Verma, A Schug
Israel Journal of Chemistry 54 (8‐9), 1165-1175, 2014
102014
Protein folding at atomic resolution: analysis of autonomously folding supersecondary structure motifs by nuclear magnetic resonance
L Sborgi, A Verma, M Sadqi, E Alba, V Muñoz
Protein Supersecondary Structures, 205-218, 2012
92012
SAR polarimetric analysis for major land covers including pre-monsoon crops
A Verma, D Haldar
Geocarto International 36 (19), 2224-2240, 2021
62021
Folding path and funnel scenarios for two small disulfide-bridged proteins
I Kondov, A Verma, W Wenzel
Biochemistry 48 (34), 8195-8205, 2009
62009
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