Simple rules for passive diffusion through the nuclear pore complex
Timney BL*, Raveh B*, Mironska R, Trivedi JM, Kim SJ, Russel D, Wente SR, Sali A, Rout MP (2016) Journal of Cell Biology
Slide-and-exchange mechanism for rapid and selective transport through the nuclear pore complex
Raveh B*, Karp JM*, Sparks S*, Dutta K, Rout MP, Sali A, Cowburn D (2016) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Rosetta FlexPepDock ab-initio: simultaneous folding, docking and refinement of peptides onto their receptors
Raveh B, London N, Zimmerman L and Furman-Schueler O (2011) PLoS ONE (special Rosetta collection issue)
Sub-angstrom modeling of complexes between flexible peptides and globular proteins.
Raveh B*, London N*, and Furman-Schueler O (2010) Proteins 78(9):2029-2040. Featured in the journal Science
Can self-inhibitory peptides be derived from the interfaces of globular protein-protein interactions?
London N*,Raveh B*, Movshovitz-Attias D, and Furman-Schueler O (2010) Proteins 78(15):3140-3149.
A little more, a lot better: Improving path quality by a simple path merging algorithm.
Raveh B, Enosh A, and Halperin D (2010) IEEE Trans on Robotics 27(2):365-371.
Sampling-Diagrams Automata: a Tool for Analyzing Path Quality in Tree Planners.
Nechustan O*, Raveh B*, Halperin D (2010) Proceedings of the Ninth International Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics.
Rapid sampling of molecular motions with partial information constraints.
Raveh B*, Enosh A*, Furman-Schueler O, and Halperin D (2009) PLOS Comp Biol 5(2): e1000295.
Rediscovering secondary structures as network motifs – an unsupervised learning approach.
Raveh B*, Rahat O*, Basri R Schreiber G (2007) Bioinformatics 23: e163-e169.