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Ziding Zhang's Information

Email:zidingzhang@cau.edu.cn
Position:Professor of Bioinformatics
Group leader
Tel.:+86-(0)10-62734412
Addr.:College of Biological Sciences, China Agricultural University, No.2, Yuanmingyuan West Rd.,Haidian district, 100193, Beijing, China
Degree:P.H.D.
Country:China

Research Interests:

Computational Study on Proteins: Sequence, Structure,Interaction & Function

Educations:

2000 Tianjin University, China; PhD in Biochemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering

1997 Tianjin University, China; MSc in Biochemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering

1994 Tianjin University, China; BSc in Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering

Experiences:

11/2005 to PresentCollege of Biological Sciences, China Agricultural University Professor of Bioinformatics
05/2002 to10/2005Nestle Research Center, Switzerland Research Scientist in Bioinformatics & Molecular modeling
07/2000 to 04/2002Dept. of Molecular Biophysics, Lund University, Sweden Post-Doctoral Fellow in Structural Bioinformatics

Selective Publicaions

  1. Zhang Z & Grigorov M (2006) Similarity networks of protein binding sites. Proteins, 62: 470-478.
  2. Zhang Z, Kochhar S & Grigorov M (2005) Sequence descriptors based protein remote homology identification. Protein Sci. 14: 431-444.
  3. Zhang Z, Kochhar S & Grigorov M (2003) Exploring the sequence-structure landscape in glycosyltransferase protein family. Protein Sci. 12: 2291-2302.
  4. Zhang Z, Lindstam M, Unge J, Peterson C, Lu G. (2003) Potential for dramatic improvement in sequence alignment against structures of remote homologous proteins by extracting structural information from multiple structure alignment. J. Mol. Biol. 332: 127-142.
  5. Zhang Z, He M & He Z (2001) Thermal stabilization mechanism of MPEG modified trypsin based on thermal inactivation analysis and molecular modeling calculation. J. Mol. Catalysis B: Enzymatics, 14: 89-98.
  6. Zhang Z, Sun Z-R & Zhang C-T (2001) A new approach to predict the helix/strand content of globular protein. J. Theor. Biol. 208: 65-78.