German Cavelier, Ph.D.

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2002 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
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General Biophysics
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L Mario Amzel grad student 2002 Johns Hopkins
 (Mechanism of NAD(P)H:quinone reductase: Ab initio studies of reduced flavin and combine ab initio and molecular mechanics analysis of the hydride transfer.)
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Cavelier G, Amzel LM. (2006) Role of fluctuations in quinone reductase hydride transfer: A combined quantum mechanics and molecular dynamics study Aip Conference Proceedings. 851: 1-15
Cavelier G, Anastassiou D. (2005) Phenotype analysis using network motifs derived from changes in regulatory network dynamics. Proteins. 60: 525-46
Cavelier G, Anastassiou D. (2004) Data-based model and parameter evaluation in dynamic transcriptional regulatory networks. Proteins. 55: 339-50
Tagkopoulos I, Zukowski C, Cavelier G, et al. (2003) A custom FPGA for the simulation of gene regulatory networks Proceedings of the Ieee Great Lakes Symposium On Vlsi. 132-135
Cavelier G, Amzel LM. (2001) Mechanism of NAD(P)H:quinone reductase: Ab initio studies of reduced flavin. Proteins. 43: 420-32
Cavelier G. (2000) Theory of malignant cell transformation by superoxide fate coupled with cytoskeletal electron-transport and electron-transfer Medical Hypotheses. 54: 95-98
Cavelier G. (1996) Is electron-transfer from glutamate receptors or other plasma membrane ionic channels involved in oxidative stress and neurodegenerative diseases? Medical Hypotheses. 46: 303-304
Cavelier G. (1996) Possible role of surface electrochemical electron-transfer and semiconductor charge transport processes in ion channel function Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics. 40: 197-213
Cavelier G. (1995) Short note: Are electron-transport and electron-transfer involved in intracellular signaling? Medical Hypotheses. 44: 261-262
Cavelier G, Gauthier A, Meier K, et al. (1988) Automatic controller of arterial pressure Ieee/Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Annual Conference. 10: 509-510
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