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Brian Weiner

Former Research Faculty

Ph.D. Biochemistry, Vanderbilt University
brian.weiner [ at ] vanderbilt.edu

Research Interests:

  • Research Projects
  • Publications
Soumya Ganguly;Brian E. Weiner, Jens Meiler
Membrane Protein Structure Determination using Paramagnetic Tags (2011) Structure

Nils Woetzel;Mert KarakaS, Rene Staritzbichler, Ralf Mueller, Brian E. Weiner, Jens Meiler
BCL::Score-Knowledge Based Energy Potentials for Ranking Protein Models Represented by Idealized Secondary Structure Elements (2012) PLOS One

Mert Karakas;Nils Woetzel, Rene Staritzbichler, Nathan Alexander, Brian E. Weiner, Jens Meiler
BCL::Fold - De Novo Prediction of Complex and Large Protein Topologies by Assembly of Secondary Structure Elements (2012) PLOS One

Brian E. Weiner;Nils Woetzel, Mert Karakas, Nathan Alexander, Jens Meiler
BCL::MP-Fold: Folding Membrane Proteins through Assembly of Transmembrane Helices (2013) Structure

Brian E. Weiner;Nathan Alexander, Louesa R. Akin, Nils Woetzel, Mert Karakas, and Jens Meiler
BCL::Fold protein topology determination from limited NMR restraints (2013) Proteins

Daniel Putnam;Brian E. Weiner, Nils Woetzel, Edward W. Lowe Jr., Jens Meiler
BCL::SAXS: GPU accelerated Debye method for computation of small angle X-ray scattering profiles (2015) Proteins

Bian Li;Jeffrey Mendenhall, Elizabeth Dong Nguyen, Brian E. Weiner, Axel Fischer and Jens Meiler
Accurate Prediction of Contact Numbers for Multi-Spanning Helical Membrane Proteins (2016) Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling

Sten Heinze;Daniel K. Putnam, Axel W. Fischer, Tim Kohlmann, Brian E. Weiner, and Jens Meiler
CASP10-BCL::Fold efficiently samples topologies of large proteins (2015) Proteins