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    The why and how of DNA unlinking

    Vol. 37, pp. 661-671 (2009), by
    Z. Liu, R.W. Deibler, H.S. Chan & L. Zechiedrich







    Protein evolution during an apparently
    neutral drift can be quickened by the selection
    of nondominant, "promiscuous" functions
    performed by excited-state conformations

    Vol. 1, pp. 79-87 (2007), by
    R. Wroe, H.S. Chan & E. Bornberg-Bauer







    Type-2 Topoisomerases may unknot by
    inferring global DNA topology from
    local juxtaposition geometry

    Vol. 361, pp. 268-285 (2006), by
    Z. Liu, J.K. Mann, E.L. Zechiedrich & H.S. Chan







    Kinetic interpretation of thermodynamic
    native-state hydrogen exchange data:
    Validity and limitation

    Vol. 58, pp. 31-44 (2005), by H. Kaya & H.S. Chan







    Local-nonlocal coupling:
    A physical rationalization of
    topology-dependent folding rates

    Vol. 52, pp. 524-533 (2003), by H. Kaya & H.S. Chan







    Anti-cooperativity and cooperativity in
    elementary hydrophobic interactions

    Vol. 48, pp. 15-30 (2002), by S. Shimizu & H.S. Chan







    A simple polymer model of
    prion folding, misfolding, and aggregation

    Vol. 286, pp. 593-606 (1999), by
    P.M. Harrison, H.S. Chan, S.B. Prusiner & F.E. Cohen







    Hills on the energy landscape
    can slow folding

    Vol. 30, pp. 2-33 (1998), by H.S. Chan & K.A. Dill







    Views of protein folding:
    From Levinthal to pathways to funnels

    Vol. 4, pp. 10-19 (1997), by K.A. Dill & H.S. Chan




     

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