Peter Csermely
Peter Csermely
professor of biochemistry and network science
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Science education now: A renewed pedagogy for the future of Europe
Union européenne. Commission européenne, ...
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2007
The 90-kDa molecular chaperone family: structure, function, and clinical applications. A comprehensive review
P Csermely, T Schnaider, C So, Z Prohászka, G Nardai
Pharmacology & therapeutics 79 (2), 129-168, 1998
The efficiency of multi-target drugs: the network approach might help drug design
P Csermely, V Agoston, S Pongor
Trends in pharmacological sciences 26 (4), 178-182, 2005
Structure and dynamics of molecular networks: a novel paradigm of drug discovery: a comprehensive review
P Csermely, T Korcsmáros, HJM Kiss, G London, R Nussinov
Pharmacology & therapeutics 138 (3), 333-408, 2013
Induced fit, conformational selection and independent dynamic segments: an extended view of binding events
P Csermely, R Palotai, R Nussinov
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 35 (10), 539-546, 2010
Hsp90 isoforms: functions, expression and clinical importance
AS Sreedhar, É Kalmár, P Csermely, YF Shen
FEBS letters 562 (1-3), 11-15, 2004
The role of structural disorder in the function of RNA and protein chaperones
P Tompa, P Csermely
The FASEB journal 18 (11), 1169-1175, 2004
Heat shock proteins in the regulation of apoptosis: new strategies in tumor therapy: a comprehensive review
AS Sreedhar, P Csermely
Pharmacology & therapeutics 101 (3), 227-257, 2004
Heat shock proteins as emerging therapeutic targets
C Sőti, E Nagy, Z Giricz, L Vígh, P Csermely, P Ferdinandy
British journal of pharmacology 146 (6), 769-780, 2005
Structure and dynamics of core/periphery networks
P Csermely, A London, LY Wu, B Uzzi
Journal of Complex Networks 1 (2), 93-123, 2013
Weak links: Stabilizers of complex systems from proteins to social networks
P Csermely
Weak Links: Stabilizers of Complex Systems from Proteins to Social Networks, 37, 2006
A nucleotide-dependent molecular switch controls ATP binding at the C-terminal domain of Hsp90: N-terminal nucleotide binding unmasks a C-terminal binding pocket
C Söti, A Rácz, P Csermely
Journal of biological chemistry 277 (9), 7066-7075, 2002
Chance and necessity in the evolution of minimal metabolic networks
C Pál, B Papp, MJ Lercher, P Csermely, SG Oliver, LD Hurst
Nature 440 (7084), 667-670, 2006
Community landscapes: an integrative approach to determine overlapping network module hierarchy, identify key nodes and predict network dynamics
IA Kovács, R Palotai, MS Szalay, P Csermely
PloS one 5 (9), e12528, 2010
Network analysis of protein dynamics
C Böde, IA Kovács, MS Szalay, R Palotai, T Korcsmáros, P Csermely
FEBS letters 581 (15), 2776-2782, 2007
Nuclear translocation of the tumor marker pyruvate kinase M2 induces programmed cell death
A Steták, R Veress, J Ovádi, P Csermely, G Keri, A Ullrich
Cancer research 67 (4), 1602-1608, 2007
SignaLink 2–a signaling pathway resource with multi-layered regulatory networks
D Fazekas, M Koltai, D Türei, D Módos, M Pálfy, Z Dúl, L Zsákai, ...
BMC systems biology 7, 1-15, 2013
The 90-kDa heat shock protein (hsp-90) possesses an ATP binding site and autophosphorylating activity.
P Csermely, CR Kahn
Journal of Biological Chemistry 266 (8), 4943-4950, 1991
How to design multi-target drugs: target search options in cellular networks
T Korcsmáros, MS Szalay, C Böde, IA Kovács, P Csermely
Expert opinion on drug discovery 2 (6), 799-808, 2007
Zinc can increase the activity of protein kinase C and contributes to its binding to plasma membranes in T lymphocytes.
P Csermely, M Szamel, K Resch, J Somogyi
Journal of Biological Chemistry 263 (14), 6487-6490, 1988
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