Matan Drory Retwitzer
Matan Drory Retwitzer
PhD of Computer Science, Ben Gurion University
Verified email at post.bgu.ac.il
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Design of RNAs: comparing programs for inverse RNA folding
A Churkin, MD Retwitzer, V Reinharz, Y Ponty, J Waldispühl, D Barash
Briefings in bioinformatics 19 (2), 350-358, 2018
262018
An efficient minimum free energy structure-based search method for riboswitch identification based on inverse RNA folding
MD Retwitzer, I Kifer, S Sengupta, Z Yakhini, D Barash
PloS one 10 (7), e0134262, 2015
122015
RNAPattMatch: a web server for RNA sequence/structure motif detection based on pattern matching with flexible gaps
M Drory Retwitzer, M Polishchuk, E Churkin, I Kifer, Z Yakhini, D Barash
Nucleic acids research 43 (W1), W507-W512, 2015
122015
RiboD: a comprehensive database for prokaryotic riboswitches
S Mukherjee, S Das Mandal, N Gupta, M Drory-Retwitzer, D Barash, ...
Bioinformatics 35 (18), 3541-3543, 2019
92019
Phylogenomic and comparative analysis of the distribution and regulatory patterns of TPP riboswitches in fungi
S Mukherjee, MD Retwitzer, D Barash, S Sengupta
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-13, 2018
92018
Deletion of a single LeishIF4E-3 allele by the CRISPR-Cas9 system alters cell morphology and infectivity of leishmania
R Shrivastava, N Tupperwar, M Drory-Retwitzer, M Shapira
mSphere 4 (5), e00450-19, 2019
82019
Nutritional stress targets LeishIF4E-3 to storage granules that contain RNA and ribosome components in Leishmania
R Shrivastava, M Drory-Retwitzer, M Shapira
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 13 (3), e0007237, 2019
72019
incaRNAfbinv: a web server for the fragment-based design of RNA sequences
M Drory Retwitzer, V Reinharz, Y Ponty, J Waldispühl, D Barash
Nucleic acids research 44 (W1), W308-W314, 2016
72016
incaRNAfbinv 2.0: a webserver and software with motif control for fragment-based design of RNAs
MD Retwitzer, V Reinharz, A Churkin, Y Ponty, J Waldispühl, D Barash
Bioinformatics 36 (9), 2920-2922, 2020
2020
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