1. T.J.Taylor, I.I.Vaisman 
    Graph theoretic properties of networks formed by the Delaunay tessellation of protein structures.  
    Phys. Rev. E, 2006. 73, 4, p. xxxx.
  2. M.Masso, Z.Lu, I.I.Vaisman 
    Computational mutagenesis studies of protein structure-function correlations
    Proteins, 2006 (in press)
  3. [Medline]

  4. E.Mathe, M.Olivier, S.Kato, C.Ishioka, I.I.Vaisman, P.Hainaut 
    Predicting the transactivation activity of p53 Missense Mutants Using a Four-Body Potential Score Derived from Delaunay Tessellations
    Human Mutation, 2006, 27, 2, 163-172.
  5. [Medline]

  6. M.Barenboim, D.C.Jamison, I.I.Vaisman 
    A Statistical Geometry Approach to the Study of Functional Effects of Human Non-synonymous SNPs. 
    Human Mutation, 2005, 26, 5, 471-476.
  7. [Medline]

  8. T.Taylor, M.Rivera, G.Wilson, I.I.Vaisman 
    New method for protein secondary structure assignment based on a simple topological descriptor. 
    Proteins, 2005, 60, 3, 513-524.  [Medline]
  9. T.Pushkarsky, V.Yurchenko, C.Vanpouille, B.Brichacek, I.I.Vaisman, S.Hatakeyama, K.I.Nakayama, B.Sherry, M.I.Bukrinsky. 
    Cell surface expression of CD147/EMMPRIN is regulated by cyclophilin 60. 
    J Biol Chem., 2005, 280, 30, 27866-27871. [Medline]
  10. D.L.Bostick, M.Shen, I.I.Vaisman  
    A simple topological representation of protein structure: implications for new, fast, and robust structural classification.  
    Proteins, 2004, 56, 3, 487-501. [Medline]
  11. I.I.Vaisman 
    Statistical and computational geometry of biomolecular structure
    In: Handbook of Computational Statistics, Springer, 2004, 981-1000 (Book chapter).
  12. A.Tropsha, C.W.Carter, S.Cammer, I.I.Vaisman. 
    Simplicial neighborhood analysis of protein packing (SNAPP): a computational geometry approach to studying proteins
    Methods Enzymol., 2003, 374, 509-544. [Medline]
  13. M.Masso, I.I.Vaisman. 
    Comprehensive mutagenesis of HIV-1 protease: a computational geometry approach
    Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 2003, 305, 2, 322-326 [Medline]
  14. D.Bostick, I.I.Vaisman.  
    A new topological method to measure protein structure similarity
    Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 2003, 304, 2, 320-325 [Medline]
  15. O.Shats, I.I.Vaisman, A.Shats, S.Sherman

  16. Sequence-conformation-structure database for amino acid residues in protein structures.
    Bioinformatics,  1999, 15, 6, 525-526. [Medline]

  17. I.I.Vaisman, A.Tropsha, W.Zheng

  18. Compositional Preferences in Quadruplets of Nearest Neighbor Residues in Protein Structures: Statistical Geometry Analysis.
    In: Proceedings of the IEEE Symposia on Intelligence and Systems, 1998, p.163-168.
    [Computer Society Digital Library PDF - subscription required]  [Preprint - PDF]

  19. W.Zheng, S.J.Cho, I.I.Vaisman, A.Tropsha

  20. A New Approach to Protein Fold Recognition Based on Delaunay Tessellation of Protein Structure.
    In: Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing'97, Altman R.B. et al., Eds,
    World Scientific, Singapore, 1997, p.487-496  [Medline]

  21. R.K.Singh, A.Tropsha, I.I.Vaisman

  22. Delaunay Tessellation of Proteins: Four Body Nearest Neighbor Propensities of Amino Acid Residues.
    J. Comput. Biol. 1996, 3, 2, 213-221.  [Medline] [Preprint - PDF]

  23. Vaisman I.I.

  24. Virtual communities at interdisciplinary boundaries
    In: Biocomputing, Hunter L. and Klein T.E., Eds,
    World Scientific, Singapore, 1995, p.756-757.

  25. A.Tropsha, R.K.Singh, I.I.Vaisman and W.Zheng

  26. Statistical geometry analysis of proteins: Implications for inverted structure prediction
    In: Biocomputing, Hunter L. and Klein T.E., Eds,
    World Scientific, Singapore, 1995, p.614-623.  [Medline]

  27. D.Hoffman, S.Laiter, R.K.Singh, I.I.Vaisman, A.Tropsha

  28. Rapid protein structure classification using one-dimensional structure profiles on the BioSCAN parallel computer.
    Comput. Applic. Biosci. 1995, 11, 6, 675-680. [Medline]

  29. S.Laiter, D.Hoffman, R.K.Singh, I.I.Vaisman, A.Tropsha

  30. Pseudotorsional OCCO bacbone angle as a single descriptor of protein secondary structure.
    Protein Science, 1995, 4, 8, 1633-1643. [Medline]

  31. I.I.Vaisman, F.K.Brown, A.Tropsha

  32. Distance Dependence of Water Structure Around Model Solutes.
    J. Phys. Chem., 1994, 98, 21, 5559-5564.

  33. Y.M.Kessler, Y.P.Puhovski, M.G.Kiselev, I.I.Vaisman

  34. Computer simulations of liquid systems: possibilities and principal results.
    In: Chemistry of Non-Aqueous Solutions. Recent Advances, eds. A.I.Popov, G.Mamantov.
    VCH Publishers, New York, 1994, pp.307-373. (Book chapter)

  35. I.I.Vaisman, L.Perera, M.L.Berkowitz

  36. Mobility of stretched water.
    J.Chem.Phys., 1993, 98, 12, 9859-9862

  37. Y.M.Kessler, I.I.Vaisman, M.G.Kiselev, Y.P.Puhovski

  38. Preferential solvation of ions in binary mixed solvents: NMR and simulation data.
    Acta Chim. Hung., 1992, 129, 6, 787-824 (Feature article).

  39. I.I.Vaisman, M.L.Berkowitz

  40. Local structural order and molecular associations in water-DMSO mixtures. Molecular dynamics study.
    J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1992, 114, 20, 7889-7896

  41. Y.P.Puhovski, M.G.Kiselev, I.I.Vaisman, Y.M.Kessler

  42. Structural and dynamic peculiarities of Na+ and Cl- hydration from results of MD experiment.
    In: Thermodynamics of Electrolyte Solutions, ed. G.A.Krestov. Ivanovo, 1992, pp.62-68.

  43. I.I.Vaisman, M.G.Kiselev, Y.P.Puhovski, Y.M.Kessler

  44. The Na+ ion solvation in water- hexamethylphosphorictriamide mixture: Molecular dynamics simulation.
    In: Modelling of Molecular Structures and Properties, ed. J.-L. Rivail ,
    Stud. Phys. Theor. Chem. v.71, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990, pp.187-194.

  45. Y.M.Kessler, A.N.Petrov, I.I.Vaisman, V.V.Goncharov, G.A.Alper

  46. The influence of cations on the hydration shell of hexamethylphosphoramide.
    Russ. J. Phys. Chem., 1990, 64, 2, 247-252.

  47. Y.M.Kessler, R.S.Kumeev, I.I.Vaisman, R.B.Lyalina, R.H.Bratishko

  48. Ionic mobilities at infinite dilution: Structural aspects.
    Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem., 1989, 93, 7, 770-782.

  49. M.G.Kiselev, I.I.Vaisman, Y.P.Puhovski, Y.M.Kessler

  50. Thermodynamic properties of the water-HMPT system from molecular dynamics data.
    In: Thermodynamics of Nonelectrolyte Solutions, ed. G.A.Krestov. Ivanovo, 1989, pp.79-84.
    (Chem. Abstr. 112:126600v).

  51. I.I.Vaisman, R.B.Lyalina, Y.M.Kessler, R.S.Kumeev, V.V.Goncharov

  52. Effect of solvent structure on the mobility of ions at infinite dilution.
    Russ. J. Phys. Chem., 1988, 62, 3, 838-840.

  53. M.G.Kiselev, B.G.Abrosimov, I.I.Vaisman, Y.M.Kessler

  54. Error estimation in molecular dynamics experiments with a tabulated intermolecular interaction potential.
    Mol. Simulation, 1988, 1, 5, 321-326.

  55. N.A.Abakumova, I.I.Shamonov, Y.M.Kessler, I.I.Vaisman

  56. Fusibility diagrams of binary systems of water with HMPT, DMF, DEP, DMA, acetone, and THF.
    In: Modern Problems in Physical Chemistry of Solutions. Leningrad, 1981, v.2, pp.47-54.
    (Chem. Abstr. 98:78941a).

  57. 14. Y.M.Kessler, N.A.Abakumova, I.I.Vaisman

  58. The fusion diagrams for the water-dimethylform-amide and water-diethylformamide systems.
    Russ. J. Phys. Chem., 1981, 55, 10, 2682-2684.

Created in July, 1994.  Last update: April, 2006.