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Welcome to the website of the DSIMB bioinformatic group. We are part of the “red blood cell integrated biology” (Inserm UMR-S 1134 and Universit√© Paris Diderot – Paris 7) lab, located at the French national institute of blood transfusion (INTS).



Latest publications from DSIMB


2022

Articles

  • 1 – 2022 ; Rebehmed, J. ; de Brevern, A. G. ; Sowdhamini, R. ; Joseph, A. P.
    Editorial: Advances in Molecular Docking and Structure-Based Modelling
    FRONT MOL BIOSCI ; 9 ; 839826 ; [google scholar] 
  • 2 – 2022 ; Maljković, M. M. ; Mitić, N. S. ; de Brevern, A. G.
    Prediction of structural alphabet protein blocks using data mining
    BIOCHIMIE ; 197 ; 74–85 ; [google scholar] 
  • 3 – 2022 ; Anies, S. ; Jallu, V. ; Diharce, J. ; Narwani, T. J. ; de Brevern, A. G.
    Subunit Dynamics Reveals Long-Range Effects of Missense Mutations on Calf Domains
    INT J MOL SCI ; 23 ; (2) [google scholar] 
  • 4 – 2022 ; de Brevern, A. G. ; Rebehmed, J.
    Current status of PTMs structural databases: applications, limitations and prospects
    AMINO ACIDS ; [google scholar] 
  • 5 – 2022 ; Craveur, P. ; Narwani, T. J. ; Srinivasan, N. ; Gelly, J. C. ; Rebehmed, J. ; de Brevern, A. G.
    Shaking the β-Bulges
    IEEE/ACM TRANS COMPUT BIOL BIOINFORM ; 19 ; (1) 14–18 ; [google scholar] 
  • 6 – 2022 ; El Jahrani, N. ; Cretin, G. ; de Brevern, A. G.
    CALR-ETdb, the database of calreticulin variants diversity in essential thrombocythemia
    PLATELETS ; 33 ; (1) 157–167 ; [google scholar] 




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