Edyta Dyguda

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The covalent nature of interactions within various hydrogen bonded molecular aggregates has been characterized by the two entirely different computational methods: Bader analysis of the electron density and variation-perturbation partitioning of the intermolecular interaction energy. Analysis of 34 complexes representing different types of hydrogen bonds(More)
Interaction energies of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) active site residues with a series of PAL inhibitors have been partitioned into electrostatic, exchange, delocalization, and correlation components and compared with analogous results obtained previously for leucine aminopeptidase (LAP). In the latter metalloenzyme, either of the two charged residues(More)
The role of ribokinase-like carbohydrate kinases consists in ATP dependent phosphorylation of small molecules containing hydroxymethyl group. Although they differ substantially in structural terms and exhibit a broad substrate specificity, some family-wide conserved features can be distinguished suggesting the common mode of action.(More)
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