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Smart OS, Horský V, Gore S, Svobodová Vařeková R, Bendová V, Kleywegt GJ, Velankar S.
Acta crystallographica. Section D, Structural biology Volume 74 (2018) p.228-236

Mir S, Alhroub Y, Anyango S, Armstrong DR, Berrisford JM, Clark AR, Conroy MJ, Dana JM, Deshpande M, Gupta D, Gutmanas A, Haslam P, Mak L, Mukhopadhyay A, Nadzirin N, Paysan-Lafosse T, Sehnal D, Sen S, Smart OS, Varadi M, Kleywegt GJ, Velankar S.
Nucleic acids research Volume 46 (2018) p.D486-D492

Lensink MF, Velankar S, Baek M, Heo L, Seok C, Wodak SJ.
Proteins Volume 86 Suppl 1 (2018) p.257-273

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