John L Spouge
John L Spouge
Senior Investigator, National Institutes of Health
Verified email at nih.gov
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Nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region as a universal DNA barcode marker for Fungi
CL Schoch, KA Seifert, S Huhndorf, V Robert, JL Spouge, CA Levesque, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (16), 6241-6246, 2012
40232012
A DNA barcode for land plants
CBOL Plant Working Group
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2009
2436*2009
AAA+: A class of chaperone-like ATPases associated with the assembly, operation, and disassembly of protein complexes
AF Neuwald, L Aravind, JL Spouge, EV Koonin
Genome research 9 (1), 27-43, 1999
21181999
Improving the accuracy of PSI-BLAST protein database searches with composition-based statistics and other refinements
AA Schäffer, L Aravind, TL Madden, S Shavirin, JL Spouge, YI Wolf, ...
Nucleic acids research 29 (14), 2994-3005, 2001
15042001
Hydrophobicity scales and computational techniques for detecting amphipathic structures in proteins
JL Cornette, KB Cease, H Margalit, JL Spouge, JA Berzofsky, C DeLisi
Journal of molecular biology 195 (3), 659-685, 1987
7501987
Prediction of immunodominant helper T cell antigenic sites from the primary sequence.
H Margalit, JL Spouge, JL Cornette, KB Cease, C Delisi, JA Berzofsky
The Journal of Immunology 138 (7), 2213-2229, 1987
5801987
CBOL protist working group: barcoding eukaryotic richness beyond the animal, plant, and fungal kingdoms
J Pawlowski, S Audic, S Adl, D Bass, L Belbahri, C Berney, SS Bowser, ...
PLoS biology 10 (11), e1001419, 2012
4362012
Factors underlying spontaneous inactivation and susceptibility to neutralization of human immunodeficiency virus
SP Layne, MJ Merges, M Dembo, JL Spouge, SR Conley, JP Moore, ...
Virology 189 (2), 695-714, 1992
4271992
Fungal Barcoding Consortium Nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region as a universal DNA barcode marker for Fungi
CL Schoch, KA Seifert, S Huhndorf, V Robert, JL Spouge, CA Levesque, ...
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 109 (16), 6241-6246, 2012
4202012
Information content of individual genetic sequences
TD Schneider
Journal of theoretical biology 189 (4), 427-441, 1997
3611997
Exact solutions for a diffusion-reaction process in one dimension
JL Spouge
Physical review letters 60 (10), 871, 1988
2611988
Finding functional sequence elements by multiple local alignment
MC Frith, U Hansen, JL Spouge, Z Weng
Nucleic acids research 32 (1), 189-200, 2004
2462004
HIV requires multiple gp120 molecules for CD4-mediated infection
SP Layne, MJ Merges, M Dembo, JL Spouge, PL Nara
Nature 346 (6281), 277-279, 1990
2371990
Protein interactions and disease: computational approaches to uncover the etiology of diseases
MG Kann
Briefings in bioinformatics 8 (5), 333-346, 2007
2332007
Lineage-specific gene expansions in bacterial and archaeal genomes
IK Jordan, KS Makarova, JL Spouge, YI Wolf, EV Koonin
Genome Research 11 (4), 555-565, 2001
2172001
Protein antigenic structures recognized by T cells: potential applications to vaccine design.
JA Berzofsky, KB Cease, JL Cornette, JL Spouge, H Margalit, IJ Berkower, ...
Immunological reviews 98, 9-52, 1987
1721987
Strong conformational propensities enhance T cell antigenicity.
JL Spouge, HR Guy, JL Cornette, H Margalit, K Cease, JA Berzofsky, ...
The Journal of Immunology 138 (1), 204-212, 1987
1641987
Statistical significance of clusters of motifs represented by position specific scoring matrices in nucleotide sequences
MC Frith, JL Spouge, U Hansen, Z Weng
Nucleic Acids Research 30 (14), 3214-3224, 2002
1572002
Statistical analysis of over‐represented words in human promoter sequences
L Mariño‐Ramírez, JL Spouge, GC Kanga, D Landsman
Nucleic acids research 32 (3), 949-958, 2004
1472004
Candidate regulatory sequence elements for cell cycle-dependent transcription in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
TG Wolfsberg, AE Gabrielian, MJ Campbell, RJ Cho, JL Spouge, ...
Genome research 9 (8), 775-792, 1999
1121999
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