Qingzhen Hou
Qingzhen Hou
3BIO-BioInfo - BioModeling, BioInformatics & BioProcesses, Université Libre de Bruxelles
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Computational analysis of the amino acid interactions that promote or decrease protein solubility
Q Hou, R Bourgeas, F Pucci, M Rooman
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-13, 2018
222018
Seeing the trees through the forest: sequence-based homo-and heteromeric protein-protein interaction sites prediction using random forest
Q Hou, PFG De Geest, WF Vranken, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
Bioinformatics 33 (10), 1479-1487, 2017
162017
SOLart: a structure-based method to predict protein solubility and aggregation
Q Hou, JM Kwasigroch, M Rooman, F Pucci
Bioinformatics 36 (5), 1445-1452, 2020
92020
Sequence specificity between interacting and non-interacting homologs identifies interface residues–a homodimer and monomer use case
Q Hou, BE Dutilh, MA Huynen, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
BMC bioinformatics 16 (1), 1-12, 2015
92015
Club-martini: selecting favourable interactions amongst available candidates, a coarse-grained simulation approach to scoring docking decoys
Q Hou, MF Lensink, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
PloS one 11 (5), e0155251, 2016
72016
SeRenDIP: SEquential REmasteriNg to DerIve profiles for fast and accurate predictions of PPI interface positions
Q Hou, PFG De Geest, CJ Griffioen, S Abeln, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
Bioinformatics 35 (22), 4794-4796, 2019
52019
A comprehensive computational study of amino acid interactions in membrane proteins
MN Mbaye, Q Hou, S Basu, F Teheux, F Pucci, M Rooman
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-14, 2019
52019
SeRenDIP-CE: Sequence-based Interface Prediction for Conformational Epitopes
Q Hou, B Stringer, K Waury, H Capel, R Haydarlou, S Abeln, J Heringa, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
SWOTein: A structure-based approach to predict stability Strengths and Weaknesses of prOTEINs
Q Hou, F Pucci, F Ancien, JM Kwasigroch, R Bourgeas, M Rooman
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Amino acid pair interactions in membrane proteins investigated with the statistical potential formalism
MN Mbaye, Q Hou, F Pucci, M Rooman
2018
New statistical potentials for probing protein binding affinity at the interactome scale
F Pucci, Q Hou, JM Kwasigroch, M Rooman
FEBS JOURNAL 284, 43-44, 2017
2017
Multi-Scale Investigation of Protein-Protein Interactions
Q Hou
Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit, 2017
2017
WHAT MAKES PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERFACES INTERACT? DIFFERENCES IN CONSERVATION BETWEEN INTERACTING AND NON-INTERACTING HOMOLOGS HELP IDENTIFY INTERFACE RESIDUES
Q Hou, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
Bioinformatics: Integrating data, teams and disciplines, 9, 2014
2014
Differential conservation between interacting and non-interacting homologs identifies interface residues
Q Hou, BE Dutilh, MA Huijnen, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
F1000Research 5, 2014
2014
Supporting Information to “Seeing the Trees through the Forest: Sequence-based Homo-and Heteromeric Protein-protein Interaction sites prediction using Random Forest
Q Hou, P De Geest, WF Vranken, J Heringa, K Anton
CLUB-MARTINI: Selecting Favourable Interactions amongst Available Candidates
Q Hou, KK Belau, MFLKA Feenstra
Supporting Information to “Sequence Specificity Between Interacting and Non-interacting Homologs Identifies Interface Residues–a homodimer and monomer use case”
Q Hou, BE Dutilh, MA Huynen, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
Specificity in Protein Interactions: sequence analysis of homodimers
Q Hou, J Heringa, KA Feenstra
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