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Mika Ito
Mika Ito
Postdoc, Applied Physical Chemistry, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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Ab initio fragment molecular orbital study of molecular interactions in liganded retinoid X receptor: specification of residues associated with ligand inducible information …
M Ito, K Fukuzawa, T Ishikawa, Y Mochizuki, T Nakano, S Tanaka
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (38), 12081-12094, 2008
482008
Ab initio quantum-chemical study on emission spectra of bioluminescent luciferases by fragment molecular orbital method
A Tagami, N Ishibashi, D Kato, N Taguchi, Y Mochizuki, H Watanabe, ...
Chemical Physics Letters 472 (1), 118-123, 2009
402009
Ab initio fragment molecular orbital study of molecular interactions between liganded retinoid X receptor and its coactivator; part II: influence of mutations in …
M Ito, K Fukuzawa, Y Mochizuki, T Nakano, S Tanaka
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 112 (10), 1986-1998, 2008
402008
Ab initio fragment molecular orbital study of molecular interactions between liganded retinoid X receptor and its coactivator: roles of helix 12 in the coactivator binding …
M Ito, K Fukuzawa, Y Mochizuki, T Nakano, S Tanaka
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (13), 3525-3533, 2007
342007
Unfolding of the amyloid β-peptide central helix: mechanistic insights from molecular dynamics simulations
M Ito, J Johansson, R Strömberg, L Nilsson
PloS one 6 (3), e17587, 2011
302011
Effects of ligands on unfolding of the amyloid β-peptide central helix: mechanistic insights from molecular dynamics simulations
M Ito, J Johansson, R Strömberg, L Nilsson
PloS one 7 (1), e30510, 2012
242012
Implicit solvent models and stabilizing effects of mutations and ligands on the unfolding of the amyloid β-peptide central helix
A Juneja, M Ito, L Nilsson
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 9 (1), 834-846, 2012
192012
Novel approach for identifying key residues in enzymatic reactions: proton abstraction in ketosteroid isomerase
M Ito, T Brinck
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (46), 13050-13058, 2014
132014
Ab initio molecular orbital investigation of a precursor in ethylene biosynthesis: proton transfer in a cluster of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid and water
M Ito, S Re, H Tokiwa
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 108 (25), 5417-5423, 2004
22004
Theoretical study on emission spectra of bioluminescent luciferases by fragment molecular orbital method
A Tagami, N Ishibashi, D Kato, N Taguchi, Y Mochizuki, H Watanabe, ...
Journal of Computer Aided Chemistry 9, 47-54, 2008
2008
Quantum chemical study on stability and reactivity of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid amine radical cation
M Ito, H Tokiwa
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan 80 (9), 1731-1739, 2007
2007
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