Mikael Trellet

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Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Area:
molecular modeling, protein-peptide, docking
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Abraham MJ, Apostolov RP, Barnoud J, et al. (2019) Sharing Data from Molecular Simulations. Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling
Goldbach L, Vermeulen BJA, Caner S, et al. (2019) Folding Then Binding vs. Folding Through Binding in Macrocyclic Peptide Inhibitors of Human Pancreatic α-Amylase. Acs Chemical Biology
Rodrigues JPGLM, Teixeira JMC, Trellet M, et al. (2018) pdb-tools: a swiss army knife for molecular structures. F1000research. 7: 1961
Trellet M, Férey N, Flotyński J, et al. (2018) Semantics for an Integrative and Immersive Pipeline Combining Visualization and Analysis of Molecular Data. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics. 15
Kurkcuoglu Z, Koukos PI, Citro N, et al. (2017) Performance of HADDOCK and a simple contact-based protein-ligand binding affinity predictor in the D3R Grand Challenge 2. Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design
Moreira IS, Koukos PI, Melo R, et al. (2017) SpotOn: High Accuracy Identification of Protein-Protein Interface Hot-Spots. Scientific Reports. 7: 8007
van Zundert GC, Rodrigues JP, Trellet M, et al. (2015) The HADDOCK2.2 web server: User-friendly integrative modeling of biomolecular complexes. Journal of Molecular Biology
Trellet M, Melquiond AS, Bonvin AM. (2015) Information-driven modeling of protein-peptide complexes. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1268: 221-39
Trellet M, Ferey N, Baaden M, et al. (2015) Content and task based navigation for structural biology in 3D environments 2015 Ieee 1st International Workshop On Virtual and Augmented Reality For Molecular Science, Varms@Ieeevr 2015. 31-36
Dreher M, Prevoteau-Jonquet J, Trellet M, et al. (2014) ExaViz: a flexible framework to analyse, steer and interact with molecular dynamics simulations. Faraday Discussions. 169: 119-42
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