Zoltán Gáspári
Zoltán Gáspári
Associate professor of Bioinformatics, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
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Microsatellites in different eukaryotic genomes: survey and analysis
G Tóth, Z Gáspári, J Jurka
Genome research 10 (7), 967-981, 2000
Vicinal disulfide turns
O Carugo, M Čemažar, S Zahariev, I Hudáky, Z Gáspári, A Perczel, ...
Protein engineering 16 (9), 637-639, 2003
Functional aspects of the solution structure and dynamics of PAF – a highly‐stable antifungal protein from Penicillium chrysogenum
G Batta, T Barna, Z Gaspari, S Sandor, KE Kövér, U Binder, B Sarg, ...
The FEBS journal 276 (10), 2875-2890, 2009
Structure and stability of β‐pleated sheets
A Perczel, Z Gáspári, IG Csizmadia
Journal of computational chemistry 26 (11), 1155-1168, 2005
Charged single α‐helix: A versatile protein structural motif
D Süveges, Z Gáspári, G Tóth, L Nyitray
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 74 (4), 905-916, 2009
Disentangling the complexity of low complexity proteins
P Mier, L Paladin, S Tamana, S Petrosian, B Hajdu-Soltész, A Urbanek, ...
Briefings in Bioinformatics 21 (2), 458-472, 2020
New Antimicrobial Potential and Structural Properties of PAFB: A Cationic, Cysteine-Rich Protein from Penicillium chrysogenum Q176
A Huber, D Hajdu, D Bratschun-Khan, Z Gáspári, M Varbanov, S Philippot, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1751, 2018
A protein classification benchmark collection for machine learning
P Sonego, M Pacurar, S Dhir, A Kertesz-Farkas, A Kocsor, Z Gáspári, ...
Nucleic acids research 35 (suppl_1), D232-D236, 2007
“Invisible” conformers of an antifungal disulfide protein revealed by constrained cold and heat unfolding, CEST‐NMR experiments, and molecular dynamics calculations
Á Fizil, Z Gáspári, T Barna, F Marx, G Batta
Chemistry–A European Journal 21 (13), 5136-5144, 2015
The putative HORMA domain protein Atg101 dimerizes and is required for starvation-induced and selective autophagy in Drosophila
K Hegedűs, P Nagy, Z Gáspári, G Juhász
BioMed research international 2014, 2014
Comparative structure analysis of proteinase inhibitors from the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria
Z Gáspári, A Patthy, L Gráf, A Perczel
European Journal of Biochemistry 269 (2), 527-537, 2002
Ensemble-based interpretations of NMR structural data to describe protein internal dynamics
AF Ángyán, Z Gáspári
Molecules 18 (9), 10548-10567, 2013
When the surface tells what lies beneath: combinatorial phage-display mutagenesis reveals complex networks of surface–core interactions in the pacifastin protease inhibitor family
B Szenthe, A Patthy, Z Gáspári, AK Kékesi, L Gráf, G Pál
Journal of molecular biology 370 (1), 63-79, 2007
Efficient recognition of folds in protein 3D structures by the improved PRIDE algorithm
Z Gáspári, K Vlahovicek, S Pongor
Bioinformatics 21 (15), 3322-3323, 2005
Estimating intrinsic structural preferences of de novo emerging random-sequence proteins: is aggregation the main bottleneck?
AF Ángyán, A Perczel, Z Gáspári
FEBS letters 586 (16), 2468-2472, 2012
Vicinal disulfide bridge conformers by experimental methods and by ab initio and DFT molecular computations
I Hudáky, Z Gáspári, O Carugo, M Čemažar, S Pongor, A Perczel
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 55 (1), 152-168, 2004
Folded-unfolded cross-predictions and protein evolution: the case study of coiled-coils
B Szappanos, D Süveges, L Nyitray, A Perczel, Z Gáspári
FEBS letters 584 (8), 1623-1627, 2010
Protein dynamics as reported by NMR
Z Gáspári, A Perczel
Annual reports on NMR spectroscopy 71, 35-75, 2010
Charged single alpha-helices in proteomes revealed by a consensus prediction approach
Z Gáspári, D Süveges, A Perczel, L Nyitray, G Tóth
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Proteins and Proteomics 1824 (4), 637-646, 2012
D19S mutation of the cationic, cysteine-rich protein PAF: novel insights into its structural dynamics, thermal unfolding and antifungal function
C Sonderegger, A Fizil, L Burtscher, D Hajdu, A Munoz, Z Gaspari, ...
PLoS One 12 (1), e0169920, 2017
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