Kai J Kohlhoff

Affiliations: 
Google, Inc., Mountain View, CA, United States 
Area:
Structural biology
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Michele Vendruscolo grad student 2005-2008 Cambridge
Russ Altman post-doc 2009-2010 Stanford Medical School (GenetiTree)
Vijay S. Pande post-doc 2009-2010 Stanford Medical School (Chemistry Tree)
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Kohlhoff KJ, Shukla D, Lawrenz M, et al. (2015) Corrigendum: Cloud-based simulations on Google Exacycle reveal ligand modulation of GPCR activation pathways. Nature Chemistry. 7: 759
Kohlhoff KJ, Shukla D, Lawrenz M, et al. (2014) Cloud-based simulations on Google Exacycle reveal ligand modulation of GPCR activation pathways Nature Chemistry. 6: 15-21
Kohlhoff KJ, Pande VS, Altman RB. (2013) K-means for parallel architectures using all-prefix-sum sorting and updating steps Ieee Transactions On Parallel and Distributed Systems. 24: 1602-1612
Hellerstein JL, Kohlhoff KJ, Konerding DE. (2012) Science in the cloud: Accelerating discovery in the 21st century Ieee Internet Computing. 16: 64-68
Kohlhoff KJ, Sosnick MH, Hsu WT, et al. (2011) CAMPAIGN: an open-source library of GPU-accelerated data clustering algorithms. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England). 27: 2322-3
Kohlhoff KJ, Jahn TR, Lomas DA, et al. (2011) The iFly tracking system for an automated locomotor and behavioural analysis of Drosophila melanogaster. Integrative Biology : Quantitative Biosciences From Nano to Macro. 3: 755-60
Jahn TR, Kohlhoff KJ, Scott M, et al. (2011) Detection of early locomotor abnormalities in a Drosophila model of Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 197: 186-9
Kohlhoff KJ, Sosnick MH, Hsu WT, et al. (2011) CAMPAIGN: An open-source library of GPU-accelerated data clustering algorithms Bioinformatics. 27: 2322-2323
Kohlhoff KJ, Robustelli P, Cavalli A, et al. (2009) Fast and accurate predictions of protein NMR chemical shifts from interatomic distances. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 131: 13894-5
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