Seyit Kale, Ph.D.

2012 Biophysics and Structural Biology Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
statistical thermodynamics and solid state NMR
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Judith Herzfeld grad student 2012 Brandeis
 (Reactive Force Fields via Explicit Valency.)
Anna Panchenko post-doc 2018-2019 (Computational Biology Tree)
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Zhou BR, Feng H, Kale S, et al. (2020) Distinct Structures and Dynamics of Chromatosomes with Different Human Linker Histone Isoforms. Molecular Cell
Boopathi R, Danev R, Khoshouei M, et al. (2020) Phase-plate cryo-EM structure of the Widom 601 CENP-A nucleosome core particle reveals differential flexibility of the DNA ends. Nucleic Acids Research
Hada A, Hota SK, Luo J, et al. (2019) Histone Octamer Structure Is Altered Early in ISW2 ATP-Dependent Nucleosome Remodeling. Cell Reports. 28: 282-294.e6
Kale S, Goncearenco A, Markov Y, et al. (2019) Molecular recognition of nucleosomes by binding partners. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 56: 164-170
Bai C, Kale S, Herzfeld J. (2017) Chemistry with semi-classical electrons: reaction trajectories auto-generated by sub-atomistic force fields. Chemical Science. 8: 4203-4210
Ekesan S, Kale S, Herzfeld J. (2014) Transferable pseudoclassical electrons for aufbau of atomic ions. Journal of Computational Chemistry. 35: 1159-64
Kale S, Herzfeld J, Dai S, et al. (2012) Lewis-inspired representation of dissociable water in clusters and Grotthuss chains. Journal of Biological Physics. 38: 49-59
Kale S, Herzfeld J. (2012) Proton defect solvation and dynamics in aqueous acid and base. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 51: 11029-32
Kale S, Herzfeld J. (2012) Natural polarizability and flexibility via explicit valency: the case of water. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 136: 084109
Kale S, Herzfeld J. (2011) Pairwise long-range compensation for strongly ionic systems. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. 7: 3620-3624
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