• Publications
  • Influence
Amino acid size, charge, hydropathy indices and matrices for protein structure analysis
  • J. Biro
  • Biology
    Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling
  • 22 March 2006
TLDR
Indexing of amino acids for major physico-chemical properties is a powerful approach to understanding and assisting protein design, however, it is probably insufficient itself for complete ab initio structure prediction.
The Proteomic Code: a molecular recognition code for proteins
  • J. Biro
  • Biology
    Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling
  • 13 November 2007
TLDR
A novel cloning method for the design and production of specific, high-affinity-reacting proteins (SHARP) is presented, based on the concept of proteomic codes, which is suitable for large-scale, industrial production of specifically interacting peptides.
Estrogen-induced proteins: a new class of regulatory substances.
  • J. Biro
  • Biology, Medicine
    Medical hypotheses
  • 1 March 1986
A common periodic table of codons and amino acids.
Does codon bias have an evolutionary origin?
  • J. Biro
  • Biology
    Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling
  • 30 July 2008
TLDR
The internal connectivity of codons indicates that all synonymous codons might be integrated parts of the Genetic Code with equal importance in maintaining its functional integrity.
SeqX: a tool to detect, analyze and visualize residue co-locations in protein and nucleic acid structures
TLDR
The SeqX tool is simple and easy to use and provides a quick and reliable visualization and analyses of residue co-locations in protein and nucleic acid structures.
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