Avinoam Ben-Shaul

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Chemistry Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
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Theoretical Physical Chemistry
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DOI: 10.1063/1.1680324

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Borodavka A, Singaram SW, Stockley PG, et al. (2016) Sizes of Long RNA Molecules Are Determined by the Branching Patterns of Their Secondary Structures. Biophysical Journal. 111: 2077-2085
Ben-Shaul A, Knobler CM, Liu AJ. (2016) Biography of William M. Gelbart. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 120: 5789-5793
Ben-Shaul A, Knobler CM, Liu AJ. (2016) William M. Gelbart: An Appreciation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 120: 5787-5788
Singaram SW, Gopal A, Ben-Shaul A. (2016) A Prüfer-Sequence Based Algorithm for Calculating the Size of Ideal Randomly Branched Polymers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Singaram SW, Garmann RF, Knobler CM, et al. (2015) Role of RNA Branchedness in the Competition for Viral Capsid Proteins. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 119: 13991-4002
Ben-Shaul A, Gelbart WM. (2015) Viral ssRNAs are indeed compact. Biophysical Journal. 108: 14-6
Gopal A, Egecioglu DE, Yoffe AM, et al. (2014) Viral RNAs are unusually compact. Plos One. 9: e105875
Comas-Garcia M, Garmann RF, Singaram SW, et al. (2014) Characterization of Viral Capsid Protein Self-Assembly around Short Single-Stranded RNA. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Fang LT, Gelbart WM, Ben-Shaul A. (2011) The size of RNA as an ideal branched polymer. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 135: 155105
Fang LT, Yoffe AM, Gelbart WM, et al. (2011) A sequential folding model predicts length-independent secondary structure properties of long ssRNA. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 115: 3193-9
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