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Book Chapter
Kolinski, A, Godzik A, Skolnick J.  1999.  Contact Maps. Encyclopedia of Molecular Biology. :567-571. PDF
Skolnick, J, Vieth M, Kolinski A, Brooks CL.  1995.  De novo simulations of the folding of GCN4 and its mutants. Modeling of Biomolecular Structures and Mechanisms. 8:95-98. PDF
Kolinski, A, Skolnick J.  1996.  Lattice Models of Protein Folding. Dynamics and Thermodynamics. :202.
Skolnick, J, Milik M.  1997.  Modeling of Membrane Proteins and Peptides. Membrane Proteins Assembly, Part IV. :201-220. PDF
Skolnick, J, Kolinski A.  1998.  Monte Carlo approaches to the protein folding problem. Monte Carlo Methods in Chemical Physics. 105:203-242. PDF
Skolnick, J, Kolinski A.  1997.  Monte Carlo Lattice Dynamics and the Prediction of Protein Folds. Computer Simulations of Biomolecular Systems. 3:395-429. PDF
Skolnick, J.  1982.  An order-disorder theory of stress-strain behavior of glassy polymers. Static and Dynamic Properties of the Polymeric Solid State.
Skolnick, J, Kolinski A.  1998.  Protein Modeling. Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry. :2200-2211.
Pandit, S B, Zhou H, Skolnick J.  2010.  TASSER-based protein structure prediction. Introduction to Protein Structure Prediction: Methods and Algorithms. 14:219-242. PDF
Conference Paper
Conference Proceedings
Kolinski, A, Rotkiewicz P, Skolnick J.  1998.  Application of a high coordination lattice model in protein structure prediction. Workshop on Monte Carlo Approach to Biopolymers and Protein Folding. :377-388. PDF
Kolinski, A, Skolnick J, Yaris R.  1985.  Monte Carlo dynamics of diamond-lattice multichain systems. La Jolla Workshop on Polymer Flow Interaction. 137:241-245. PDF
Skolnick, J, Brylinski M.  2009.  Novel computational approaches to drug discovery. Proceedings of the International Conference of the Quantum Bio-Informatics III. PDF
Skolnick, J, Fetrow JS, Ortiz AR, Kolinski A.  1999.  The role of computational biology in the genomics revolution. National Research Council’s Chemical Sciences Roundtable Workshop on the Impact of Advances in Computing and Communications Technologies on Chemical Sciences and Technology. PDF
Reva, BA, Finkelstein AV, Skolnick J.  1998.  A self-consistent field optimization approach to build energetically and geometrically correct lattice models of proteins. Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB98) . :214-220. PDF
Journal Article