Keyao Pan, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2011 Rice University, Houston, TX 
Area:
General Biophysics, Bioinformatics Biology, Biomedical Engineering
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Michael W. Deem grad student 2011 Rice University
 (Computational and Theoretical Analysis of Influenza Virus Evolution and Immune System Dynamics.)
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Pan K. (2011) Understanding original antigenic sin in influenza with a dynamical system. Plos One. 6: e23910
Pan K, Deem MW. (2011) A multi-scale model for correlation in B cell VDJ usage of zebrafish. Physical Biology. 8: 055006
Long J, Bushnell RV, Tobin JK, et al. (2011) Evolution of H3N2 influenza virus in a guinea pig model. Plos One. 6: e20130
Pan K, Deem MW. (2011) Predicting Fixation Tendencies of the H3N2 Influenza Virus by Free Energy Calculation. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. 7: 1259-1272
Pan K, Deem MW. (2011) Quantifying selection and diversity in viruses by entropy methods, with application to the haemagglutinin of H3N2 influenza. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 8: 1644-53
Pan K, Subieta KC, Deem MW. (2011) A novel sequence-based antigenic distance measure for H1N1, with application to vaccine effectiveness and the selection of vaccine strains. Protein Engineering, Design & Selection : Peds. 24: 291-9
Pan K, Long J, Sun H, et al. (2011) Selective pressure to increase charge in immunodominant epitopes of the H3 hemagglutinin influenza protein. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 72: 90-103
Deem MW, Pan K. (2009) The epitope regions of H1-subtype influenza A, with application to vaccine efficacy. Protein Engineering, Design & Selection : Peds. 22: 543-6
Pan K, Deem MW. (2009) Comment on Ndifon et al., "On the use of hemagglutination-inhibition for influenza surveillance: Surveillance data are predictive of influenza vaccine effectiveness". Vaccine. 27: 5033-4
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