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Orengo, Christine A., 1955- National Library of Israel National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

Orengo, Christine. Sudoc [ABES], France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of France BIBSYS

Christine Orengo Wikidata

Christine Orengo Professor of Bioinformatics at University College London (UCL) known for her work on protein structure, particularly the CATH database ISNI

Orengo, Christine A. National Library of the Netherlands

VIAF ID: 61786456 (Personal)

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Assessing strategies for improved superfamily recognition. Wikidata
Bioinformatics genes, proteins, and computers NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of the Netherlands National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France BIBSYS
The CATH Domain Structure Database and related resources Gene3D and DHS provide comprehensive domain family information for genome analysis Wikidata
The CATH hierarchy revisited-structural divergence in domain superfamilies and the continuity of fold space. Wikidata
Co-Expression Network Models Suggest that Stress Increases Tolerance to Mutations. Wikidata
A comparison of RNA-seq and exon arrays for whole genome transcription profiling of the L5 spinal nerve transection model of neuropathic pain in the rat. Wikidata
Consensus clustering and functional interpretation of gene-expression data Wikidata
Crystal structures of the human Dysferlin inner DysF domain Wikidata
CXCL5 mediates UVB irradiation-induced pain Wikidata
Domain assignment for protein structures using a consensus approach: characterization and analysis Wikidata
ENFIN--A European network for integrative systems biology. Wikidata
Evolutionary history of the TBP-domain superfamily Wikidata
A fast and automated solution for accurately resolving protein domain architectures. Wikidata
Finding the "dark matter" in human and yeast protein network prediction and modelling Wikidata
FUN-L: gene prioritization for RNAi screens. Wikidata
Gene Function Prediction from Functional Association Networks Using Kernel Partial Least Squares Regression Wikidata
Gene3D: a domain-based resource for comparative genomics, functional annotation and protein network analysis. Wikidata
The Gene3D Web Services: a platform for identifying, annotating and comparing structural domains in protein sequences. Wikidata
Genome-wide transcriptional profiling of skin and dorsal root ganglia after ultraviolet-B-induced inflammation. Wikidata
Genome3D: a UK collaborative project to annotate genomic sequences with predicted 3D structures based on SCOP and CATH domains Wikidata
Genome3D: exploiting structure to help users understand their sequences Wikidata
The history of the CATH structural classification of protein domains Wikidata
Identification of new herpesvirus gene homologs in the human genome. Wikidata
ISCB's initial reaction to New England Journal of Medicine editorial on data sharing Wikidata
Landscape of activating cancer mutations in FGFR kinases and their differential responses to inhibitors in clinical use. Wikidata
A large-scale evaluation of computational protein function prediction Wikidata
New developments in the InterPro database. Wikidata
Novel Computational Protocols for Functionally Classifying and Characterising Serine Beta-Lactamases. Wikidata
An overview of comparative modelling and resources dedicated to large-scale modelling of genome sequences. Wikidata
The Pain in Neuropathy Study (PiNS): a cross-sectional observational study determining the somatosensory phenotype of painful and painless diabetic neuropathy. Wikidata
PainNetworks: a web-based resource for the visualisation of pain-related genes in the context of their network associations. Wikidata
Progress towards mapping the universe of protein folds Wikidata
The protein chart BIBSYS
Protein families, 2014: National Library of Israel Wikidata National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
Protein function annotation by homology-based inference Wikidata
PSI-2: structural genomics to cover protein domain family space. Wikidata
ReadqPCR and NormqPCR: R packages for the reading, quality checking and normalisation of RT-qPCR quantification cycle (Cq) data. Wikidata
Sensory, psychological, and metabolic dysfunction in HIV-associated peripheral neuropathy: A cross-sectional deep profiling study. Wikidata
Structural and Functional View of Polypharmacology. Wikidata
Structural genomics is the largest contributor of novel structural leverage. Wikidata
A structural perspective on genome evolution. Wikidata
Systems biology approaches to finding novel pain mediators. Wikidata
Towards fully automated structure-based function prediction in structural genomics: a case study Wikidata
Transient protein-protein interactions: structural, functional, and network properties. Wikidata
Trimethylaminuria and a human FMO3 mutation database. Wikidata
Uncovering the molecular machinery of the human spindle--an integration of wet and dry systems biology. Wikidata
Use of structure comparison methods for the refinement of protein structure predictions. I. Identifying the structural family of a protein from low-resolution models. Wikidata
Using CATH-Gene3D to Analyze the Sequence, Structure, and Function of Proteins. Wikidata
Yeast cytochrome c oxidase: a model system to study mitochondrial forms of the haem-copper oxidase superfamily. Wikidata

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