- Vibrational spectroscopy and computer modeling of proteins +12005 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Stochastic Liouville Equations for 2D Vibrational Spectroscopies2006 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- 2D correlation spectroscopy and its application in vibrational spectroscopy using Matlab2008 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Rat NKRP1 proteins studied by vibrational spectroscopy and molecular modeling2007 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Human protein CD69 studied by combination of vibrational spectroscopy and molecular modeling2006 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Vibrational spectroscopy and computer modeling: solving the structure of rat NKRP1A and NKRP1B proteins2007 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Ligand binding of human CD69 protein studied by vibrational spectroscopy and molecular modeling +12005 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Protein of oxygen evolving complexes of photosystem II studied by means of molecular modeling and vibrational spectroscopy +12005 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Vibrational spectroscopy of biomoleculesPublication without faculty affiliation
- Structural properties of two intracellular loops of MT2 receptor studied by vibrational spectroscopy and molecular modeling2006 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Use of vibrational spectroscopy for study of biomolecules2002 | Publication without faculty affiliation
- Structure and ligand binding of rat NKRP1A and NKRP1B proteins studied by vibrational spectroscopy and molecular modeling2006 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Structure and dynamics of the beta-N-acetylhexosaminidase in native and deglycosyled form revealed by homology modeling and vibrational spectroscopy2005 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- The application of vibrational spectroscopy to study of phase transitions of the salts of inorganic oxyacids with organic nitrogen-containing bases.2004 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, First Faculty of Medicine
- Structure and dynamics of the N-terminal loop region of PsbQ from photosystem II of Spinacia oleracea studied by means of molecular modeling and vibrational spectroscopy2006 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- The binding of selected ligands to human alpha(1)-acid glycoprotein studied by combined approach of molecular modeling and vibrational spectroscopy2005 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Signatures of Chemical Exchange in 2D Vibrational Spectroscopy; Simulation Based on the Stochastic Liouville Equations2007 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Vibrational Spectroscopy Toolbox and Applications: Secondary Structure of Proteins2001 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Central Library of Charles University
- Vibrational spectroscopy and computer modeling of proteins: solving structure of2004 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, First Faculty of Medicine
- Crystal growth, thermal expansion, pyroelectricity and vibrational spectroscopy of barium antimony tartrate, Ba[Sb2((+)C4H2O6)(2)] . 3H2O2019 | Faculty of Science
- Vibrational spectroscopy and computer modeling of proteins - building up interdisciplinary bridges2004 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Central Library of Charles University
- Application of vibrational spectroscopy and homology modeling in protein studies: Determination of secondary and tertiary structure and characterization of ATP-binding site of H4-H5 loop of the alpha-subunit of Na+/K+-ATPase2002 | Publication without faculty affiliation
- Basic principles of vibration spectroscopy upon Famulus system1998 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
- Vibrational spectroscopy and molecular modeling of proteins.2003 | Faculty of Science
- Vibrational spectroscopy and molecular modeling of proteins.2003 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, First Faculty of Medicine
- Vibrational spectroscopy and computer modeling of proteins: solving structure of ?1-acid glycoprotein2004 | Faculty of Science
- Secondary and tertiary structure of human alpha1-acid glycoprotein by homology modeling and vibrational spectroscopy2003 | Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Central Library of Charles University