Scientific Highlights and Citations
Selected Scientific Highlights
Simulating the Energetics and Dynamics of Enzymatic Reactions
"Instructive Critique" (Faculty of 1000)
Why does the Ras switch break by oncogenic mutations?
What are the dielectric "constants" of proteins?
Ion Current in Realistic Models of Ion Channels
Energetics and Dynamics of Enzymatic Reactions
Transport of Protons Through Nanotube Membranes
Can you protect the name of a method?
Selected Comments and Reports in the Media
Why Can't Protons Move through Water Channel? Bob Eisenberg (Biophysical Journal, 85, 2003)
Blockage in the Cell's Water Way (Chemical and Engineering News, January 26, 2004)
Much Ado about Enzyme Mechanisms (Chemical and Engineering News, Febrary 24, 2004)
Most Proficient Enzyme Works Traditionaly (Chemical and Engineering News, December 11, 2000)
The Buzz About a Remarkable Enzyme (Chemical and Engineering News, March 13, 2000)
Most Cited publication
Arieh Warshel has a total of 404 published research papers and other scientific contributions.
According to the ISI Web of Science, his current Hirsch index (H index) is 104.
His most cited paper [A. Warshel and M. Levitt, J. Mol. Biol. 103, 227 (1976)] has been cited more than 2250 times.
A Graph Showing Warshel Group Citations
most Recent Update: November 12, 2014