Publications for Integrated Center for Structure and Function Innovation

Total Publications 19
Publications with ≥5 Citations 16
Structural Publications 3
Methodological and Other Publications 16
Total Citations 2356
Avg. Citations (Structural) 35.0
Avg. Citations (Methodological and Other) 140.0
Total Impact Factor 163.0
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Structural Publications

    Fold 2009 (click to unfold)

  1. Structure and Proposed Activity of a Member of the VapBC Family of Toxin-Antitoxin Systems: VapBC-5 FROM MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS.
    Miallau L, Faller M, Chiang J, Arbing M, Guo F, Cascio D, Eisenberg D 
    Journal of Biological Chemistry (2009) 284:276-83
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 18952600)(DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M805061200)
    PDB ID(s): 3DBO
    Times cited: 82

  2. Fold 2007 (click to unfold)

  3. Structure of the Bacillus subtilis OhrB hydroperoxide-resistance protein in a fully oxidized state.
    Cooper DR, Surendranath Y, Devedjiev Y, Bielnicki J, Derewenda ZS 
    Acta Crystallographica Section D: Biological Crystallography (2007) 63:1269-73
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 18084074)(DOI: 10.1107/S0907444907050226)
    PDB ID(s): 2BJO
    Times cited: 3

  4. The structure and computational analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis protein CitE suggest a novel enzymatic function.
    Goulding CW, Bowers PM, Segelke B, Lekin T, Kim CY, Terwilliger TC, Eisenberg D 
    Journal of Molecular Biology (2007) 365(2):275-83
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 17064730)(DOI: 10.1016/j.jmb.2006.09.086)
    PDB ID(s): 1Z6K
    Times cited: 22

Total number of citations for structural publications: 107
Average number of citations per publication (structural): 35.7

 

Methodological and Other Publications

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  1. Annotating proteins with generalized functional linkages.
    Llewellyn R, Eisenberg DS 
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008) 105:17700-5
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 19004787)(DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0809583105)
    Times cited: 10

  2. Inferring molecular function: contributions from functional linkages.
    Medrano-Soto A, Pal D, Eisenberg D 
    Trends in Genetics (2008) 24:587-90
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 18951645)(DOI: 10.1016/j.tig.2008.10.001)
    Times cited: 2

  3. New molecular reporters for rapid protein folding assays.
    Cabantous S, Rogers Y, Terwilliger TC, Waldo GS 
    PLoS ONE (2008) 3:e2387
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 18545698)(DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0002387)
    Times cited: 30

  4. Protein production and purification.
    Structural Genomics Consortium; Architecture et Fonction des Macromolécules Biologiques; Berkeley Structural Genomics Center; China Structural Genomics Consortium; Integrated Center for Structure and Function Innovation; Israel Structural Proteomics Center; Joint Center for Structural Genomics; Midwest Center for Structural Genomics; New York Structural GenomiX Research Center for Structural Genomics; Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium; Oxford Protein Production Facility; Protein Sample Production Facility, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine; RIKEN Structural Genomics/Proteomics Initiative; SPINE2-Complexes 
    Nature Methods (2008) 5:135-46
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 18235434)(DOI: 10.1038/nmeth.f.202)
    Times cited: 346

  5. Structural genomics: from genes to structures with valuable materials and many questions in between.
    Fox BG, Goulding C, Malkowski MG, Stewart L, Deacon A 
    Nature Methods (2008) 5:129-32
     PSI:Phase 2(Details)(Pubmed ID: 18235432)(DOI: 10.1038/nmeth0208-129)
    PDB ID(s):
    Times cited: 27

  6. Unfold 2007 (click to unfold)

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Total number of citations for methodological publications: 2249
Average number of citations per publication (methodological): 140.6