Publications

  1. Miao Z*, Cao Y (2016) Quantifying side-chain conformational variations in protein structure. Scientific Reports, 6, 37024; doi: 10.1038/srep37024. (corresponding author paper) link
  2. Liu J^, Miao Z^, Li L, Xiao Z, Cao Y (2016) DRSP: a structural database for single residue substitutions in PDB. Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics, 43(8): 810-816. link
  3. Miao Z*, Westhof E (2016) RBscore&NBench: a high-level web server for nucleic acid binding residues prediction with a large-scale benchmarking database. Nucleic Acids Res, 44(W1):W562-7. (corresponding author paper) link
  4. Miao Z, Westhof E (2015) A large-scale assessment of nucleic acids binding site prediction programs. Plos Comp Biol, 11(12): e1004639. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004639. link
  5. Miao Z, Westhof E (2015) Prediction of nucleic acid binding probability in proteins: a neighboring residue network based score. Nucleic Acids Res, 43(11):5340-51. link
  6. Miao Z, Adamiak RW, Blanchet MF …, Westhof E (2015) RNA-Puzzles Round II: assessment of RNA structure prediction programs applied to three large RNA structures. RNA, 21(6):1066-84. link
  7. Miao Z, Cao Y, Jiang T (2014) Modeling of protein side-chain conformations with RASP. Methods Mol Biol, 1137:43-53. link
  8. Anokhina M, Bessonov S, Miao Z, Westhof E, Hartmuth K, Lührmann R.(2013) RNA structure analysis of human spliceosomes reveals a compact 3D arrangement of snRNAs at the catalytic core. EMBO J, 32(21):2804-18. link
  9. Miao Z, Cao Y and Jiang T (2011) RASP: Rapid modeling of protein side-chain conformations Bioinformatics, 27 (22):3117-3122. link
  10. Cao Y, Song L, Miao Z, Hu Y, Tian L, Jiang T (2011) Improved side-chain modeling by coupling clash-detection guided iterative search with rotamer relaxation Bioinformatics, 27, 785-790. link
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