Fang X. Zhou, Ph.D.

2000 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Structural biology
"Fang Zhou"
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Donald M. Engelman grad student 2000 Yale
 (Polar residues mediate interhelical interactions in membrane proteins.)
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Wei YH, Zhou FX, Li Y, et al. (2015) Extrapleural locating method in computed tomography-guided needle biopsies of 1,106 lung lesions. Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine. 10: 1707-1719
Zhou FX, Merianos HJ, Brunger AT, et al. (2001) Polar residues drive association of polyleucine transmembrane helices. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98: 2250-5
Zhou FX, Cocco MJ, Russ WP, et al. (2000) Interhelical hydrogen bonding drives strong interactions in membrane proteins. Nature Structural Biology. 7: 154-60
Fu B, Beigel R, Zhou FX. (1999) An O(2n) volume molecular algorithm for Hamiltonian path. Bio Systems. 52: 217-26
Lipscomb LA, Zhou FX, Presnell SR, et al. (1996) Structure of DNA-porphyrin complex. Biochemistry. 35: 2818-23
Lipscomb LA, Zhou FX, Williams LD. (1996) Clathrate hydrates are poor models of biomolecule hydration. Biopolymers. 38: 177-81
Zhou FX. (1984) [Plain film and tomographic study of the sella turcica in 100 cases of gigantism and acromegaly]. Zhonghua Fang She Xue Za Zhi Chinese Journal of Radiology. 18: 266-70
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