Peter Csermely - Publications#


List of publications(info)

Number of scientific publications: 207
Number of scientific books: 11
Number of independent citations: 6243
Cumulative impact factor: 615
h-index: 41 (number of papers with at least 41 citations),
w-index: 11 (number of papers with at least 110 citations)

Selected publications
  1. Csermely, P., Schnaider, T., Sőti, Cs., Prohászka, Z. and Nardai, G. (1998) The 90 kDa molecular chaperone family: structure, function and clinical applications. Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 79, 129-168, >600 citations
  2. Sőti, Cs., Rácz, A. and Csermely, P. (2002) 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. J. Biol. Chem. 277, 7066-7075, a concluding paper of 5 JBC papers on the subject, having >500 citations total
  3. Tompa P. and Csermely P. (2004) The role of structural disorder in RNA- and protein chaperone function. FASEB J. 18, 1169-1175, >200 citations
  4. Csermely, P., Ágoston, V. and Pongor, S. (2005) The efficiency of multi-target drugs: the network approach might help drug design. Trends Pharmacol. Sci. 26, 178-182, >200 citations
  5. Csermely, P. (Hungarian version: 2005, English version: 2006, re-print: 2007, paperback: 2009) Weak links: Stabilizers of Complex Systems from Proteins to Social Networks, Springer Verlag, selected as one of the best 500 Hungarian books published ever, >100 citations
  6. Pál, C., Papp, B., Lercher, M.J., Csermely, P., Oliver, S.G. and Hurst, L.D. (2006) Chance and necessity in the evolution of minimal metabolic networks. Nature 440, 667-670, >100 citations
  7. Kovács, I.A., Palotai, R., Szalay, M.S. and Csermely, P. (2010) Community landscapes: a novel, integrative approach for the determination of overlapping network modules. PLoS ONE 7, e12528, recommended in 2011 February issue of Science Signaling
  8. Csermely, P., Palotai, R. and Nussinov, R. (2010) Induced fit, conformational selection and independent dynamic segments: an extended view of binding events. Trends Biochem. Sci. 35, 539-546, a cover story, >100 citations
  9. Mihalik, Á. and Csermely, P. (2011) Heat shock partially dissociates the overlapping modules of the yeast protein-protein interaction network: a systems level model of adaptation. PLoS Comput. Biol. 7, e1002187
  10. Farkas, I.J., Korcsmáros, T., Kovács, I.A., Mihalik, Á., Palotai, R., Simkó, G.I., Szalay, K.Z., Szalay-Bekő, M., Vellai, T., Wang, S. and Csermely, P. (2011) Network-based tools in the identification of novel drug-targets. Science Signaling 4, pt3
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