Brian E. Weiner, Ph.D.

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2008 Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Area:
Biochemistry
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Walter J. Chazin grad student 2008 Vanderbilt
 (Biochemical and structural analysis of the p58C and p68N domains of DNA polymerase alpha/primase.)
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Li B, Mendenhall J, Nguyen DE, et al. (2016) Accurate Prediction of Contact Numbers for Multi-Spanning Helical Membrane Proteins. Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling
Putnam DK, Weiner BE, Woetzel N, et al. (2015) BCL::SAXS: GPU accelerated debye method for computation of small angle X Ray scattering profiles. Proteins
Fischer AW, Alexander NS, Woetzel N, et al. (2015) BCL::MP-Fold: Membrane protein structure prediction guided by EPR restraints. Proteins
Heinze S, Putnam DK, Fischer AW, et al. (2015) CASP10-BCL::Fold efficiently samples topologies of large proteins. Proteins. 83: 547-63
Weiner BE, Alexander N, Akin LR, et al. (2014) BCL::Fold--protein topology determination from limited NMR restraints. Proteins. 82: 587-95
Weiner BE, Woetzel N, Karaka? M, et al. (2013) BCL::MP-fold: folding membrane proteins through assembly of transmembrane helices. Structure (London, England : 1993). 21: 1107-17
Woetzel N, Karaka? M, Staritzbichler R, et al. (2012) BCL::Score--knowledge based energy potentials for ranking protein models represented by idealized secondary structure elements. Plos One. 7: e49242
Karaka? M, Woetzel N, Staritzbichler R, et al. (2012) BCL::Fold--de novo prediction of complex and large protein topologies by assembly of secondary structure elements. Plos One. 7: e49240
Ganguly S, Weiner BE, Meiler J. (2011) Membrane protein structure determination using paramagnetic tags. Structure (London, England : 1993). 19: 441-3
Huang H, Weiner BE, Zhang H, et al. (2010) Structure of a DNA polymerase alpha-primase domain that docks on the SV40 helicase and activates the viral primosome. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 17112-22
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