Dennis Livesay
Dennis Livesay
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Probalign: multiple sequence alignment using partition function posterior probabilities
U Roshan, DR Livesay
Bioinformatics 22 (22), 2715-2721, 2006
Conservation of electrostatic properties within enzyme families and superfamilies
DR Livesay, P Jambeck, A Rojnuckarin, S Subramaniam
Biochemistry 42 (12), 3464-3473, 2003
A flexible approach for understanding protein stability
DR Livesay, S Dallakyan, GG Wood, DJ Jacobs
FEBS letters 576 (3), 468-476, 2004
How accurate and statistically robust are catalytic site predictions based on closeness centrality?
E Chea, DR Livesay
Bmc Bioinformatics 8, 1-14, 2007
Predicting protein functional sites with phylogenetic motifs
D La, B Sutch, DR Livesay
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 58 (2), 309-320, 2005
Conserved quantitative stability/flexibility relationships (QSFR) in an orthologous RNase H pair
DR Livesay, DJ Jacobs
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 62 (1), 130-143, 2006
Protein dynamics
CC David, DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay
Springer, 2014
Optimized electrostatic surfaces parallel increased thermostability: a structural bioinformatic analysis
E Alsop, M Silver, DR Livesay
Protein Engineering 16 (12), 871-874, 2003
Hydrogen bond networks determine emergent mechanical and thermodynamic properties across a protein family
DR Livesay, DH Huynh, S Dallakyan, DJ Jacobs
Chemistry Central Journal 2, 1-20, 2008
New insight into long‐range nonadditivity within protein double‐mutant cycles
AY Istomin, MM Gromiha, OK Vorov, DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 70 (3), 915-924, 2008
Conferring thermostability to mesophilic proteins through optimized electrostatic surfaces
M Torrez, M Schultehenrich, DR Livesay
Biophysical journal 85 (5), 2845-2853, 2003
Bimolecular reaction simulation using Weighted Ensemble Brownian dynamics and the University of Houston Brownian Dynamics program
A Rojnuckarin, DR Livesay, S Subramaniam
Biophysical journal 79 (2), 686-693, 2000
Changes in lysozyme flexibility upon mutation are frequent, large and long-ranged
D Verma, DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay
PLoS computational biology 8 (3), e1002409, 2012
Elucidating quantitative stability/flexibility relationships within thioredoxin and its fragments using a distance constraint model
DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay, J Hules, ML Tasayco
Journal of molecular biology 358 (3), 882-904, 2006
On the role of structural class of a protein with two‐state folding kinetics in determining correlations between its size, topology, and folding rate
AY Istomin, DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay
Protein Science 16 (11), 2564-2569, 2007
Redistribution of flexibility in stabilizing antibody fragment mutants follows Le Chatelier's principle
T Li, MB Tracka, S Uddin, J Casas-Finet, DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay
Biophysical Journal 106 (2), 651a, 2014
The evolutionary origins and catalytic importance of conserved electrostatic networks within TIM‐barrel proteins
DR Livesay, D La
Protein science 14 (5), 1158-1170, 2005
Allosteric response is both conserved and variable across three CheY orthologs
JM Mottonen, DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay
Biophysical journal 99 (7), 2245-2254, 2010
A critical evaluation of correlated mutation algorithms and coevolution within allosteric mechanisms
DR Livesay, KE Kreth, AA Fodor
Allostery: Methods and Protocols, 385-398, 2012
Unifying mechanical and thermodynamic descriptions across the thioredoxin protein family
JM Mottonen, M Xu, DJ Jacobs, DR Livesay
PROTEINS: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 75 (3), 610-627, 2009
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20