Arne Elofsson, Ph.D.

Biochemistry and Biophysics Stockholm University, Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden 
Membrane proteins, Bioinformatics, Biochemistry, Protein structure prediction, Protein evolution
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Shenoy A, Kalakoti Y, Sundar D, et al. (2024) M-Ionic: prediction of metal-ion-binding sites from sequence using residue embeddings. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England). 40
Bryant P, Elofsson A. (2023) Peptide binder design with inverse folding and protein structure prediction. Communications Chemistry. 6: 229
Miguel Monzon A, Arrías PN, Elofsson A, et al. (2023) A STRP-ed definition of Structured Tandem Repeats in Proteins. Journal of Structural Biology. 108023
Ernits K, Saha CK, Brodiazhenko T, et al. (2023) The structural basis of hyperpromiscuity in a core combinatorial network of type II toxin-antitoxin and related phage defense systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2305393120
Elofsson A. (2023) Progress at protein structure prediction, as seen in CASP15. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 80: 102594
Burke DF, Bryant P, Barrio-Hernandez I, et al. (2023) Towards a structurally resolved human protein interaction network. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology
Akdel M, Pires DEV, Pardo EP, et al. (2022) A structural biology community assessment of AlphaFold2 applications. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology
Bryant P, Pozzati G, Elofsson A. (2022) Author Correction: Improved prediction of protein-protein interactions using AlphaFold2. Nature Communications. 13: 1694
Bryant P, Pozzati G, Elofsson A. (2022) Improved prediction of protein-protein interactions using AlphaFold2. Nature Communications. 13: 1265
Pozzati G, Kundrotas P, Elofsson A. (2022) Scoring of protein-protein docking models utilizing predicted interface residues. Proteins
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